Tom Petty is insisting that Republican Michele Bachmann stop using his song, "American Girl," at campaign rallies, according to Rolling Stone.
Bachmann announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 2012 presidential election on Monday in Waterloo, Iowa where she...
The Bachelor engaged the most viewers during its finale.
Monday night's two-hour culmination of Brad Womack's search for a wife averaged 13.8 million viewers — with 14.9 million watching the end. The show was a steady ratings performer during its 15th season and hit season highs with the finale. However, the season-ender declined 15 percent against last year's conclusion in the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49 demographic, earning a 4.5 rating.
I'm going out on a limb this week, and I'm choosing a DVD set I haven't seen for my "Pick of the Week" (minor mix-up at the PR firm) - Not Just The Best Of The Larry Sanders Show. Though this is a dreaded "best of" release (please, please continue with the series in seasons sets), there are tons of bonus materials on the release. Garry Shandling is joined by Peter Tolan for commentary on two episodes, with Todd Holland and Judd Apatow doing one episode a piece. There's a documentary about making the series, deleted and extended scenes, alternate takes, and interviews with Alec Baldwin, Ellen DeGeneres, David Duchovny, Tom Petty, Jerry Seinfeld, Sharon Stone, Jon Stewart, Carol Burnett, Penny Johnson, Wallace Langham, Scott Thompson, Janeane Garofalo, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Sarah Silverman, Jeremy Piven, Bob Odenkirk and Linda Doucett. Those special features join 23 episodes of the series on 4 discs. The only thing that would make this set better? Well, that would be the rest of the seas...
Rocker Tom Petty is joining the voice cast of Fox's King of the Hill as Lucky, Luanne's new love interest, in this, the animated series' 10th season (premiering Sept. 18). Also slated to be heard this season: Johnny "Jackass" Knoxville as a mentor of Bobby's, OutKast's Big Boi as Peggy's new boss at the church, Smallville's John Schneider as a former softball champion and American Pie's Shannon Elizabeth as a harlot with a
bosom heart of gold.