Being Bobby Brown

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Being Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown: I Wasn’t the One Who Turned Whitney Houston Onto Drugs

Bobby Brown is opening up for the first time since the sudden death of his ex-wife Whitney Houston and putting to rest some big rumors about their troubled marriage.

In an interview with Matt Lauer set to air Wednesday and Thursday on Today, Brown says that he was not the person who got Houston addicted to drugs.  "It makes me feel terrible," Brown says of the rumors, which...  Read Full Article

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Bobby Brown: I Wasn’t the One Who Turned Whitney Houston Onto Drugs

Bobby Brown is opening up for the first time since the sudden death of his ex-wife Whitney Houston and putting to rest some big rumors about their troubled marriage.

In an interview with Matt Lauer set to air Wednesday and Thursday on Today, Brown says that he was not the person who got Houston addicted to drugs.  "It makes me feel terrible," Brown says of the rumors, which... read more

9 Failed Reality TV Marriages

Finding romance on television is hard, but holding onto it on television is even more difficult. Look no further than Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies divorcing after 72 days — yes, days — of marriage. Are we shocked? Hardly. After all, he didn't even know she was previously married until, like, five months ago. And they're not the only (soon-to-be) divorced reality-TV couple. Check out our roundup of the small-screen lovebirds who didn't have a happy ending.
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Kathy Griffin Reveals Her Guilty TV Pleasures

Guilty pleasures are those things that make you feel guilt and shame, and yet you can't stop yourself from indulging. But here's my problem: I don't have any pleasures that aren't guilty. I'd like to say I never miss a Frontline, or that I watch NewsHour with Jim Lehrer every single night, but the truth is I never miss Being Bobby Brown. My guiltiest pleasure is probably Oprah, because she's gotten so high and mighty and has lost touch with regular people. You don't have to feel guilty on days when there's some wonderful woman on who's built a clinic in Africa and she's saving lives. But when Oprah's telling read more

A while back, I saw a preview ...

Question: A while back, I saw a preview for a movie with Johnny Knoxville in which he's confessing to a priest and his confessions are so bad the priest kicks him out of the church. I haven't heard about it since, but would love to know the title.


Answer: I haven't seen the trailer to which you're referring, but Johnny Knoxville has two completed movies kicking around, one awaiting a belated release and the other playing theaters on a regional basis. The Ringer, a broad comedy directed by Barry Blaustein and executive produced by Bobby and Peter Farrelly, stars Knoxville as an all-around failure who comes up with read more

I would like first to clarify...

I would like first to clarify something I wrote in my Watercooler recap of the season finale back in May, since I got a few feedback replies about it. When I referred to George telling Olivia he had syphilis and I called her Mayim Bialik, I was kidding. One of my many middle names, which you'll know if you've read my Being Bobby Brown recaps, is "Sarcastic." Olivia was actually played by Sarah Utterback, an utter Mayim clone. OK, got that out of the way. Awesome season premiere. I love that we now know that Addison Shepherd was the actual cheater in the marriage with McDreamy, not the one being cheated on — and she cheated with his best friend! Why do I keep relating to the characters I write about? I had a similar experience once (and it was an extremely hurtful experience), so I know exactly how McDreamy feels. The fact that he's McSeparated and not still McMarried makes him look so much less like a McJerk. Meredith still ain't havin' it, tho read more

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Premiered: June 30, 2005, on Bravo
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: An eight-episode unscripted series delving into the private life of R&B singer Bobby Brown and his relationships with his wife, Whitney Houston, and his three children.

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