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First Look: Real-Life Couple Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet Travel The Red Road

The Red Road

He didn't survive long on Game of Thrones, but Jason Momoa lives on in The Red Road, a new Sundance Channel drama (premiering in early 2014). The former Khal Drogo stars as Native American ex-con Phillip Kopus... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Who's In and Who's Out at the TV Land Awards Reunions

Michael J. Fox, Michael Weithorn and Meredith Baxter

Last year, Kate Jackson refused to join her fellow Charlie's Angels at the TV Land Awards' tribute to Farrah Fawcett. But this year's ceremony — airing April 17 and reuniting the casts of Family Ties, The Facts of Life, The Cosby Show and Welcome Back, Kotter — is shaping up ...
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Californication Taps Zoe Kravitz for Recurring Role

Zoe Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz's daughter, Zoe Kravitz, has been tapped for a recurring role on Californication, Entertainment Weekly reports.

The 21-year-old will play Zoe, a wild musician who recruits... read more

From Cosby to Cop: Lisa Bonet Joins Life on Mars

Lisa Bonet by Mark Sullivan/ WireImage.com

Former Cosby kid Lisa Bonet (aka Lilakoi Moon) not only just had a kid with Stargate Atlantis uberhunk Jason Momoa, she's snared a recurring role on the upcoming ABC cop show-with-a-twist, Life on Mars. Bonet will play Maya Daniels, the girlfriend and fellow police officer of Jason O'Mara's Sam Tyler. Unfortunately for Maya, as Mars goes (as least as based on the hit BBC series), Sam is now stranded in 1973 and, like, that was a real swinging time. So we suspect he won't be getting back to Maya anytime soon.Maya was played in the U.K. version of Mars by Archie Panjabi (A Good Year). — Ileane RudolphRelated:• Exclusive: Gretchen Mol Cops Top Life on Mars Role • Scoop! Keitel Lands on Mars as Homicide Boss read more

Here's an obscure one, but ...

Different strokes: the cast of A Different World

Question: Here's an obscure one, but maybe you know something about it. Didn't Sinbad get in trouble on A Different World? I seem to recall something about him getting kicked off the show, or almost getting kicked off. Am I nuts?


Answer: You may be nuts, but you ain't wrong, Amy. (And what do you mean maybe I know something about it? Ouch, babe.)

The stand-up comic did indeed get in trouble early in the NBC Cosby Show spin-off's 1987-92 run for refusing to stick to the script, ad-libbing to avoid what many agreed were subpar jokes. "I was supposed to play this older graduate student who was crazy and just into all kinds of mischief," he said of his character, Walter Oakes, in 1990. "But it never went that way. I was wearing corduroy suit coats. I was everything I hated...." So he started making up his own gags. "I would change the whole concept to read more

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