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Thoughts on this season? I personally enjoy knowing all the teams before hand but I don't find myself routing for anyone in particular...
During it, Barney says that she and new cast member Peggy Tanous were recently giving Rohypnol. Andy Cohen asked Barney if she was recently at a function with the other Housewives. Barney said yes, and that a fan roofied her.
Barney explained that during the evening a fan walked up to her and Peggy and gave them each drinks, pre-poured and laced with the drug.
ithin moments of drinking the cocktail, Barney knew that she was drugged. Barney said both her and Peggy were intentionally given drinks laced with rohypnol and Peggy’s condition was quite serious after the encounter.
The sometimes inappropriate Andy Cohen responded to the news with the offhand remark “Ooh – do you have any more of that stuff for me … just kidding”.
Earlier on tonight’s episode, Tamra was asked if she should throw her drink at Gretchen Rossi. Barney’s response was “Na that b-tch isn’t worth a good glass of wine.”
"This is very good news. They continue to be in breach, like so many whales. It is a big day of gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of their bazillions, never have to look at whatshiscock again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension."
“I got a text or something. Here’s another thing — these guys are such yellow cockroaches that they didn’t even have the decency to call me. I put 5 bill[ion] in their cheap suit pockets and another half a bil’ in what’s-his-cheese’s pockets and this is the… respect I get?” Sheen told Bush. “It’s just deplorable and they should be ashamed of themselves!”
Television is a constantly evolving medium which generally makes its moves in sync with pop culture. Most often, television series are reflections of the world we live in but, as a contemporary reflection of society, television is sometimes a step behind. However, sometimes television doesn’t wait for the world to change. Television changes the world. Some shows are ahead of their time. These are often the critical darlings, short-lived commercial hits, and Emmy-winners which break new ground in storytelling and inspire change, instead of simply mirroring it. These shows either made an impact themselves or paved the road for other series’ to become part of television history.
10. Life As We Know It (2004)
True Blood babies on the way!
Sam Trammell, 40, and longtime girlfriend Missy Yager are expecting twins, his rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.
“The couple is thrilled and excited,” says a rep for Trammell.
After meeting in New York doing theater, the pair has been together for eight years. Yager has appeared on Mad Men and Boston Public, while Trammell resumes his role as Sam Merlotte in the HBO vampire series upon its return this summer.
So happy for him!
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CHAOS is a comedic drama about a group of rogue CIA spies in the Clandestine Administration and Oversight Services (CHAOS), who combat threats to national security amidst bureaucratic gridlock, rampant incompetence and political infighting. The team tackles high risk foreign intelligence missions using manipulation, deception and wit to succeed.
Starring: Freddy Rodriguez as "Rick Martinez", Eric Close as "Michael Dorset",
James Murray as "Billy Collins", Tim Blake Nelson as "Casey Malick",
Carmen Ejogo as "Fay Carson", Christina Cole as "Adele Ferrer", and Kurtwood Smith as "H.J. Higgins".
In early December, a clip featuring Rick Ross arrived online, in which the Miami rapper chowed down on a piece of bloody meat. That was followed by a trailer a few days later with more gore than the initial tease.
After an ornate moving portrait for "Power" and an elaborate short film for "Runaway," Kanye West commissioned a video for the next single from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, the Jay-Z- and Nicki Minaj-assisted "Monster."
Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons will make his Broadway debut in The Normal Heart.
Parsons, who won a Golden Globe and Emmy for his portrayal of geek physicist Sheldon Cooper on the CBS series, will play Tommy Boatwright, a Southerner in a group of HIV/AIDS activists in the early 1980s.
Lee Pace, who starred on Pushing Daisies, which ABC canceled, will play closeted fellow activist Bruce Niles.
The limited, 12-week engagement begins previews on April 19, and opens April 27.
Ellen Barkin, Joe Mantello, John Benjamin Hickey and Felix Turner are previously announced castmembers.
The Normal Heart will be produced on Broadway by Daryl Roth and Paul Boskind.
On the big screen, Azaria co-starred in Love and Other Drugs and can next be seen playing Gargamel in The Smurfs Movie.
Is this a case of an “evil twin” (viva Grant Putnam!), an unexplained doppelganger (remember Peter Brady and Arthur Owens?), or the increasingly trendy alt-universe counterpart? I’m not at liberty to say, because the reveal is meant to be quite the finale-time showstopper. (And trust me, it will be.)
I can only part with this one hint: The show in question is a drama. Also, I’m personally curious to see the performer in question share his/her take on this “double take.”
The In My Head star recently said he hopes to release the album in summer. He said: "It's exciting man. I've been around the world and back. I've grown as a man, as an artist, as a singer. It's exciting."
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