Shelley Long, Ted Danson
What would've happened to the cast of Cheers if nobody ever knew their name?
"I'd be running a sober living environment!" George Wendt, who played the bar's best patron Norm, tells us.
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Wendt, Ted Danson, Kirstie Alley, Shelley Long and Bebe Neuwirth recently got together on set where they looked back at some their fondest memories from the show's 11 seasons. So, what did the group have to say about their first (nearly canceled) season and what they'd be doing today had the show not caught on? Watch:
Paul Scheer is among the many famous faces heading to Modern Family this season.
The League star will guest-star in an upcoming episode as a Costco manager, TVGuide.cmo has confirmed. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, he'll interact with...
Shelley Long and Ed O'Neill
As if Jay Pritchett weren't dealing with enough on the upcoming season of Modern Family, now his ex-wife is coming back to town!
Shelley Long will reprise her role as Dede Pritchett, the mother of Claire (Julie Bowen) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Details on Long's return are being kept under wraps, but...
When Kirstie Alley stepped into the lead female spot on the hit sitcom Cheers, her fearless, bawdy, neurotic energy thwarted all predictions that she'd never fill Shelley Long's shoes. She even earned an Emmy. Since then, Alley has continued to catch the world off guard by segueing into feature films, both arty and mainstream (Deconstructing Harry, the Look Who's Talking movies), headlining popular post-Cheers series Veronica's Closet and making a name for herself as one of the most unapologetic of Scientology's brethren. Then, when her weight ballooned at age 53, she used her indomitable spirit to turn her bathroom-scale struggles into a new branch of her career: She's been a Jenny Craig spokesperson; invented her own weight-loss program, Organic Liaison; starred in a semiautobiographical Showtime sitcom, Fat Actress; and to show what it's like to be an overweight celebrity single mom of two teenagers — William True and Lillie Price — she welcomed a reality-TV crew into her hectic home for A&E's Kirstie Alley's Big Life.
Cheers to Modern Family for inviting Matt Dillon to the party.
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Dillon's big-screen career careened wildly off course after he unwisely chose to follow up his Oscar-nominated turn in 2004's Crash by taking a backseat to Lindsay Lohan and an anthropomorphized VW in the all-too-prophetically ...
Matt Dillon is set to guest-star on Modern Family as Claire's ex-boyfriend, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 46, will appear on an upcoming episode in which Claire (Julie Bowen) learns her ex has become good friends with her...
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Shelley Long
Modern Family will be celebrating baby Lily's birthday in early 2011, and guess who will be crashing the festivities? ...
Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson currently star on one of the fall season's biggest hits, and they've got the celebrity cameos to prove it. The stars, who play...
Chazz Palminteri, Elizabeth Banks
ABC's Modern Family just keeps getting bigger: Elizabeth Banks and Chazz Palminteri will both guest-star on the new comedy later this season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Tina Fey, Katherine Heigl
This week TV made us feel things. Trauma panicked us with a disgruntled employee shooting at his co-workers. Modern Family made us squirm and laugh with an off-color wedding toast. The contestants of The Amazing Race made us feel smart. And the idea of a little boy in a balloon crashing to his death made us all hold our breath and pray for his safety... and then puke. Welcome to this week's Top Moments: Funny Feelings Edition.