Lenny Venito



Exclusive Neighbors Sneak Peek: Debbie Sucks at Bowling

Jami Gertz

How do you kick your wife off your own team?

Spring preview: Hot scoop on returning shows

That's the pickle Marty (Lenny Venito) finds himself in on Friday's The Neighbors (8:30/7:30c, ABC) after he and read more

Exclusive Neighbors Sneak Peek: Dick Is Hot for Babysitter

Rachel Dratch

Don't tell mom the babysitter's hot.

On Friday's episode of The Neighbors (8:30/7:30c, ABC), Dick (Ian Patrick) is insulted when Debbie (Jami Gertz) and Marty (Lenny Venito) hire a babysitter for ...
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Exclusive Sneak Peek: The Neighbors Cooks Up a Classic Sitcom Thanksgiving Surprise

Lenny Venito, Jami Gertz

The Neighbors' Thanksgiving is going to get very meta.

On Friday's episode (8:30/7:30c, ABC), Larry (Simon Templeman) and Jackie (Toks Olagundoye) barge into the Weavers' house — where they're prepping a turducken, natch — to announce that they had just watched a Nick at Nite marathon ...
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Exclusive Neighbors Sneak Peek: Guess Who's Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner

Lenny Venito and Jami Gertz

It's the Weavers' first Thanksgiving in Hidden Hills on The Neighbors, and suffice it to say, it will be very different from their previous ones.

ABC orders full seasons of Scandal and The Neighbors

After promising Debbie (Jami Gertz) to un-invite ...
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Keck's Exclusives: First Look: ABC's The Neighbors Finds Nemo

The Neighbors

Is it just a fishy fluke that the new comedy The Neighbors, which airs on Disney-owned ABC, is putting its characters in Finding Nemo costumes just as the classic cartoon is re-released in theaters in 3D?

"Isn't that a coincidence," says Lenny Venito, who plays Marty Weaver. Marty and son Max (Max Charles) dress up as... read more

VIDEO: Get Your First Look at ABC's New Series Nashville, Last Resort and More


ABC has released trailers for its new fall series, including Nashville, The Neighbors and Last Resort, as well as previews for new midseason shows, such as How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life). Check out the videos below.

Nashville is a family soap set against the backdrop of the Nashville music scene that follows two musicians, one who's already a star (Connie Britton) and the other who's on the rise... read more

February 28, 2007: Hypnotized by Hoochie Magoo

Somewhere in the television universe George Costanza is still yelping about how he always wanted to be an architect. Well, Art Vandelay, meet Oswald Montecristo. For me to equate anything with Seinfeld should be taken as a sign of the highest respect. And no, Mr. Montecristo, I am not just kissing your butt.How amazing was that video? Just the fact that they used “Mr. Roboto” to seem cutting edge was evidence of how far off the mark they were, and the “Directed by Peter Jackson” at the end was the icing on the cake. How much you want to bet Louis added that part in? He strikes me as the only one of that bunch who would have seen Lord of the Rings.Oh, Louis “I am their bitch! They are physically superior to me!” Plunk, what a sad, sad intern you are. If you hate dogs (hi, Dad!) that scene was your worst nightmare. If you love dogs, that scene was possibly the greatest thing since Best in Show. Of course, Louis received two conflicting pieces of advice: ... read more

February 21, 2007: I Can't Do the Perp Walk Dressed Like This

It feels like I got shot in the ass. I spent my whole write-up last week talking about how I wished we could have had more of the ensemble. So what does this show do? They lock the six of them in a room together and give us almost a full 22 minutes of pure madness. I swear I knew nothing of this ahead of time.First of all, I loved that they opened the show with Squatch and Louis singing Whitney Houston’s “Didn’t We Almost Have It All?” As always, the song choice was completely appropriate considering they thought they had lost everything. Some shows go for subtle; this show doesn’t. Of course, then Rockefeller showed up with the news that was “so off the chain that the chain itself was nothing but a distant memory.” Speaking of distant memories, how many of you noticed that everything the Knights did in the apartment prior to locking themselves in the panic room was something Mick himself did in the first episode’s E!-type profile? Well, h... read more

February 14, 2007: She's Just Not That into You

There are not many advantages to being single on Valentine’s Day. This year, however, I got to spend time with the people I love most in this world: the Knights. Bobby Cannavale was outrageous, but I’m thinking that because the episode was pretty much built around him, it didn’t leave as much time for our ensemble. Maybe that was the problem. I love the banter between the six of them, and we didn’t have nearly enough of it.I wish Enrico had taken Eugene’s advice to “have a nice time in the city. Make sure you get one of those Sex in the City tours. Those chicks had crazy sexy bad mouths, huh?” Of course, in true Sex and the City tradition, they did end up in a fabulous club, which allowed us to see the boys pull on even more new personalities. For me, the best was a toss-up between Louis inexplicably trying to sneak in with some Asian girls and Eugene’s bizarre Russian Viktor who must have been channeling Borat with his, “We are collabora... read more

February 7, 2007: This Turned into a Damn Tearjerker

Is this show really about robbing Mick Jagger or is it about spoofing other shows? Last week we had the ubiquitous sappy date, and this week we had the reuniting of a long-lost father and son. And what a moment it was. What a lovely thing it was to finally hear those words every parent wants to hear upon seeing their child for the first time: “I assume you’re my millionaire father, but who are those other people?”The bonding scene was the “They aren’t really doing this. Oh, my god, they’re really doing this” kind of greatness that comes along every so often (more often than not with this show, but rarely outside of it). I don’t know who thought of having Gary sing “Cat’s in the Cradle” in Hindi, but it was a moment of pure nirvana for me. Of course, this was really an episode to showcase Maz Jobrani, what with that and his singing the ringtones that supposedly made his character a millionaire. He, Rockefeller and Squatch always ... read more

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