For The Office star Steve Carell, the idea of saying goodbye to Michael Scott after seven years is bittersweet.
"I'm sure I'm going to be very nostalgic," he told TV Guide Magazine at the June 27 premiere of his new animated movie, Despicable Me. "These are some of my best friends in the world. But it will be good for everybody, I think."
Carell announced in May ...
Question I just caught up with Showtimes Dexter and since I know from the podcast that youve been watching it too maybe you can answer my question In the last episode theres some kind of weird-looking Christmas thing on TV all you see is Santa and a couple of stiff white reindeer flying through the air Was that a real movie or TV special or was it made especially for the series PeachyFlickChick Its for real and its a loopy little Mexican number called Santa Claus 1959 in which Santa must battle a second-tier demon named Mr Pitch for the hearts and minds of the worlds children The film first made its way onto the childrens matinee circuit yes there was a time when theaters would book kiddie movies for the weekend and parents would drop off their little darlings to see them courtesy of Florida-based impresario K Gordon Murray I highly recommend the site The Wonder World of K Gordon Murray for in-depth info about his nutty re
Hello, this is Kate Flannery, the boozy redhead from the best show on TV, The Office. OK, maybe not the best show, but the best ensemble of a comedy series, according to the Screen Actors Guild. We won, fans. We won, and itfeels good and crazy, and I'm sore. (That award weighs 35 pounds!)I am here to talk about "Ben Franklin," the episode airing this week. There is a shower for Phyllis, but the big news is... Meredith yells at Angela!!!!! A new moody Meredith moment. Can you say alcoholic? I knew you could. How about that, sports fans? This is a funny episode written by Mindy Kaling aka Kelly Kapoor. It was fun to tell my old pal Angela to shut up. I am contractually obligated to keep my mouth shut, but they are showing this clip in the promos, so I'm cool.The new episodes have been a lot of fun to shoot — especially because we just found out that we are going to be back for a full fourth season. Ahh, job security. It keeps me very grateful.Speaking of grateful... we won a SAG...
Yes, that was my shout of glee that woke up the neighbors Sunday night when Chandra Wilson was named outstanding female actor in a drama series for Greys Anatomy. At long last, Miranda Bailey has been given her due, and the wonderful Ms. Wilson rose to the occasion with a rapturous acceptance speech, acknowledging how unlikely it would be for someone with her skin, her nose, her height, her weight, to be accepted in this industry. (I think I also yelped in delight when the entire Greys cast took the stage for its well-deserved ensemble acting award.)This on the same night that Ugly Bettys America Ferrera also took home an Actor trophy. Another unconventional, but absolutely right, choice.I tend to enjoy the crisp, fast-moving SAG Awards telecastaside from those pretentious opening monologues in which the likes of Marg Helgenberger (revealing an astounding lot of cleavage, right up there with Marcia Gay Harden), Jada Pinkett Smith and Freddie Rodriguez remind ...