At last, the moment we've been waiting for: the first, fully fledged, forehead vein-popping meltdown of this already tense season of The Celebrity Apprentice. In this sneak peek from Sunday's episode (9/8c, NBC), the usually easy-going Meat Loaf explodes at Gary Busey over... art supplies...
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Country star John Rich, rapper Lil Jon and actor Gary Busey gather outside a Manhattan pizza joint with a giant inflatable guitar and a handful of fliers. Dressed as a cross between a deranged carnival worker and late-night televangelist, Busey — the natural barker of the bunch — assumes the identity of the "Pepperoni Profit" [sic], screaming at unsuspecting tourists to "stop the bus, turn off the key and get your butts in here!" The ones who oblige him score a slice — and a front-row seat to the spectacle of this season's first Celebrity Apprentice challenge, debuting tonight with a two-hour premiere.
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La Toya Jackson, Gary Busey, Lil Jon and Meat Loaf are among the stars on the new season of Celebrity Apprentice.
Donald Trump unveiled the full lineup on Thursday's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as the comedian showed off photos of each cast member.
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Barry Bostwick, Susan Sarandon
Two cast members from The Rocky Horror Picture Show will guest-star in Glee's Halloween homage to the 1975 cult film.
Seen and Heard at the Glee season 2 premiere: A surprise boob job and Finn's Rocky Horror mankini
Barry Bostwick, who played straight-laced hero Brad "Dammit Janet" Majors, and...
Meat Loaf would do anything for SEO, but he won't do that. On a conference call with reporters to promote his upcoming guest appearance on House (Monday, 9 pm/ET, Fox), TVGuide.com listened in as the Loaf schooled one scribe on the value of search-engine optimization. What follows is a verbatim transcript of the exchange between the rocker-actor and Troy Rogers of Thedeadbolt.com, along with our (very loose) translations of Meat Loaf's website wisdom.
Meat Loaf with Hugh Laurie, House
If you come away from this Monday's episode of House without recognizing the actor who played the central patient, Meat Loaf will consider his guest-star turn a job well done.
"I started as an actor," not a musician, he points out. "People don't realize it, but I did the Rocky Horror movie before [the album] Bat Out of Hell." And when he tells people he was in Fight Club, some tend to doubt him. (He played Bob.)
Relishing his ability to vanish into a role, he says, "My ideal situation is for people to watch House ... and not even know it's me."
Meat Loaf checks into the hit Fox drama as a long-ailing man whose ...
My fellow horror fiends, I apologize for the late posting. Between my citys first-ever-in-history blizzard last week and a trip to the ER (Im fine now, no worries), Ive been a bit behind. While recovering over the past weekend and attempting to stay warm, Dario Argentos fur-fringed Masters of Horror episode, Pelts, seemed a fitting theme.I havent held back from admitting that so far, Ive been underwhelmed and disappointed with Masters of Horror this season. Knowing that Italys horror maestro Dario Argento was up next, I still had some hope for the rest of the season, yet I also cringed because I wasnt too fond of his season 1 episode, Jenifer. One of the main reasons I didnt like Jenifer was that Argento departed from his trademark style to try a grittier perspective, and I just didnt feel that it worked. The Showtime website synopsis for Pelts did indicate that Argento would be returning to his legendary vividly colored, o...
Tobey Maguire and Samuel Jackson
The lines were longer than ever at this year's Comic-Con International, the annual celebration of all things geeky. Just ask the thousands of Battlestar Galactica fans who waited en masse outside of Ballroom 20 to see their favorite Cylons and colonials in the flesh. Meanwhile, the queue for New Line's special Snakes on a Plane presentation snaked (ha ha ha) out the door and down the side of the massive convention center. There are only two possible explanations for the sheer number of people who invaded San Diego for that weekend: 1) Nerds have learned how to clone themselves or 2) Geek culture is now mainstream culture. Either way, Comic-Con '06 was one for the ages. Here are some of the highlights and lowlights of the four-day extravaganza.
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Meat Loaf dueting with Idol's Katharine McPhee
Who better than Grammy winner Meat Loaf (aka Marvin Lee Aday) to serve up a dish of career advice to the singing stars of tomorrow, like American Idol winner Taylor Hicks and runner-up Katharine McPhee?
John Larroquette, Harry Anderson and Markie Post, Night Court
Question: My boyfriend and I were watching a Night Court rerun the other night and ended up having an argument about Harry Anderson. I think he was a magician before he had that show, but my boyfriend said that he made a living as a con man. Who's right? And don't make fun of us. We fight about everything.
Answer: Me, make fun of my loyal readers? Perish the thought, dear woman, for it is you whose page hits help generate my paycheck, thus keeping me fat and happy (but mostly fat).
The answer to your question is a little of both, but I must say the magician part is easier to prove due to Anderson's appearances on Saturday Night Live and Cheers, where he played a hustler named, appropriately enough, Harry. He's on record saying he used to run shell games in various cities before going straight, but Anderson was notorious for making up en