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BB6 update: Kaysar's triumphant return with 82% of the vote!

Yes! Good job, TV Squaders! We did it! Kaysar is back in!!!...

Hustle: Episode 15

(S03E03) The episode started quite abruptly with three different people (Stacie and two guys we haven't seen before) giving Danny a whippng and his voice-over saying that he wishes that he never heard the name James Whittaker Wright III. Um. What? Jump back to Danny and Stacie working a short con. Stacie was inside a store, roping in the mark, Danny was sitting outside, watching and waiting for his moment. All of a sudden, some random American guy (played by the legendary Robert Richard Chamberlain -- but he's not quite as legendary as my inability to read my own notes, it seems) sat down in front of him and started talking to Danny about the old ring scam he was presently working on with Stacie. Then, the mysterious man said, "I bet you I can bite my own eye." Of course, Danny jumped at the chance and bet. The man popped out his glass eye, struck his teeth on it a few times, and replaced it. What. In. The. Hell. Before leaving, the man handed Danny his business card. James Whittaker Wright III from Lea Park....

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Arrested Development: Forget Me Now

And so begins the second installment of the Arrested Development chatcast. Once again, our chatters are C.K. Sample, Jen Segrest, and Ryan Budke. So, without further adieu...C.K. Sample, III: It's STARTING Ryan Budke: YAY! C.K. Sample, III: The beginning is back C.K. Sample, III: YAY! Jen  Funk Segrest: they might have run over last week for time The Bluth family are having a meeting with their new lawyer, Bob Loblaw (say it fast), played by Scott "Chachi" Baio. "I can do everything [Berry Zuckercorn] did," he says, "Except I skew younger ... with juries and so forth." Ryan Budke: Chachi is funny C.K. Sample, III: Scott Baio is amazing C.K. Sample, III: Bob Loblaw Jen  Funk Segrest: Chachi!!!!! C.K. Sample, III: oh yeah the ponce british line Jen  Funk Segrest: I had to remember how to spell chachi C.K. Sample, III: forgot about that Ryan Budke: Super DAVE!!!!!!!! Jen  Funk Segrest: omg! C.K. Sample, III: who is...

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Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. Have a Heart to Heart

I've always wondered what it would be like to watch George Bush Sr. and George Bush Jr. have a sit-down. It must the most awkward fly-on-the-wall conversation since King Richard III told Henry Stafford he was going to have to make some "cutbacks." Now thanks to the people at Funny or Die, now I know. And knowing is half the battle. The site released some cutting room floor footage from their recent "Presidential Reunion" PSA directed by Ron Howard featuring some funny, improvised dialogue between Dana Carvey and Will Ferrell as the presidential father and son. Presidential Reunion: Bush Sr. vs. Bush Jr. from Will Ferrell...

Richard Wolffe returns to Countdown

For regular viewers of Keith Olbermann's MSNBC show, the chemistry has been a little off for the past month. The reason was simple. Richard Wolffe was missing from the opening segment. Well, the missing man has been reinstated. Effective last night, Richard Wolffe was back on MSNBC's Countdown. Talk about a mountain being made of a mole hill. Wolffe's exile had been prompted by a presumed conflict of interest. Wolffe's work load includes working with a D.C. public affairs firm called Public Strategies Inc....

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Eminem to star in movie remake of Have Gun, Will Travel

If, in the future, we ever do a 'The Five' post on television shows that should have never been made into theatrical films, I have a feeling that the one I am about to mention will be at the top of that list. Ready? Rapper Eminem has signed on to return to the big screen in a modernized version of the 1960's western Have Gun, Will Travel. See what I mean? Paramount Pictures has agreed to extend the option on this property 18 more months so the Detroit rapper can develop it as a vehicle. Eminem, also known to his mom as Marshall Mathers III, says that he's excited about this opportunity and will most likely be involved with the movie's soundtrack. Have Gun, Will Travel premiered on CBS in 1957 and ran until 1963. It starred Richard Boone as Paladin, a West Point graduate who became a hired gun in the Wild West. The movie will be updated to contemporary times and star Eminem as a bounty hunter. Boone, who died in 1981, was reportedly rolling in his grave and attempting to haunt Eminem to...

Big Brother 6: The Final Four

An eviction occurred. I will save all that nitty gritty for after the jump, and forgive me if I'm a bit off my usual game on this post: I'm trying to type this up as I watch the episode of The O.C. that I recorded....

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Big Brother 6: America to Nerd Herd: We don't like you

Ah, the final four. Notice in the picture to the right who is on the top of the little pyramid formation of the final four: the Sovereign One, Janelle, the only remaining HouseGuest (imho) who deserves to win. Let's look at the evidence......

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Video Interview with Andrea Lake of The Apprentice

So, last week, while I was attending the Milken Conference, I ran into Andrea Lake, the most recently fired candidate from Donald Trump's show, The Apprentice. Andrea was kind enough to not only talk to us about Milken, but she also gave us a five minute interview about what it was like being on The Apprentice for TV Squad. Check it out. Here's a direct link to the video. Duration: 5:30File size: 28.9MBs Video: Alexia Prichard Hosted and edited by: C.K. Sample, III...

Denise Richards Interview for 'It's Complicated'

"I had to have an AIDS test after I left [Charlie Sheen]. Why would I want his sperm?" Too bad 'The Surreal Life' was already taken; it would be an apt title for Denise Richards' E! reality series, 'Denise Richards: It's Complicated' (Sundays, 10PM ET). The starlet's deliciously dishy show chronicles her life with daughters Lola and Sam as her war of words with their dad, Charlie Sheen, continues to play out in the tabloids. Richards talked to AOL TV about why she's doing the series, a potential return to 'Playboy' and -- of course -- her take on her TV-star ex. DENISE RICHARDS Q&A...

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Hey, Fool! Mr. T is in a new comic book!

The following post is for those out there who believe that the United States is home to a wasteful population. This April, Migbiz Entertainment will be releasing a new comic book based on former A-Team and Rocky III star Mr. T. This, ladies and gentlemen, goes to show you that here in the good ol' U.S. of A. we recycle EVERYTHING! This is not the Mr. T you remember from the cartoon series where he trained a group of gymnasts who helped solve crimes (You remember that, don't you?). No, this is the Mr. T who captures the bad guys and beats the snot out of them (can you really beat snot out of people? Gosh, that would sure beat blowing your nose all of the time!). In the first issue of the series we find 'T' chasing an escaped convict who is freed after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina. I am sure that throughout the issue we will here him say 'I pity the fool' or 'Sucka' or any one of his other gramatically incorrect statements. Good luck, Mr. T, and a 'Hey, Fool!' to all of us.  ...

Watch Michael Richards' appearance on Letterman

If you missed Michael Richards' appearance on Letterman's show last night after his racist tirade at a comedy club in West Hollywood, CBS' Late Show Web site has the video, which you can see here. Setting aside Richards' racial slurs aside for a moment, watching the video of his onstage meltdown made me think of the kind of heated exchanges people get into where one becomes so enraged they reach deep into their reserves for the ultimate atomic bomb of an insult, the one word or phrase they can say that will completely flatten the person who is attacking them, and in Richard's case his racist comments . During his appearance on Letterman's show, Richards acknowledged that he lost his temper, and it seems fairly obvious to me that whatever self-censoring mechanism he had was overrode by his need to take down the people who were heckling him. ...

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Hot Video: Denise Richards Interview for 'It's Complicated'

Sure, everyone thinks that their life is complicated, but Denise Richards' really is -- it says so, right there on the title of her reality show. Season 2 of 'Denise Richards: It's Complicated' (premiered Sun., June 7, 10:57PM ET ... yep, even the timeslot is complicated!) promises a new beachy backdrop, more focus on Richards' career, her friends, two daughters -- and maybe even a new love interest. Check out our exclusive video interview with Richards to hear all about it, plus find out why she'll no longer be sharing the spotlight with her pet pigs. -- By Maggie Furlong ...

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Attorney challenges Richards on the Today show

One of my favorite one-off jokes from The Simpsons was when some interview show (conducted by Kent Brockman, of course) had Gloria Allred as a guest. In pure Simpsonian fashion the graphic below her identified her as "Gloria Allred: Shrill Feminist Attorney." That's what I was thinking when I saw her on the Today show this morning. Apparently, she's representing the targets of Michael Richards' racist tirade last Saturday, Kyle Doss and Frank McBride. And, in true grandstanding fashion, she decided to take the opportunity to challenge Richards to meet the two men he yelled at and have a retired judge arbitrate the "compensation" they deserved (Video is here). They deserve compensation? For getting yelled at? Who's kidding who, Gloria?...

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Howard Stern plans Super Bowl halftime show

For those of you who don't want to watch Prince perform during the halftime show at next month's Super Bowl game between the Bears and the Colts, you can always watch a football game played between drag queens and Howard Stern staffers. That's what Stern has planned on the day on the Howard TV On Demand Channel. During halftime, viewers (for $13.99) can watch Stupid Bowl III: The Boys vs. The Girls. People who work on Stern's Sirius show will play a 28 minute flag football game against a bunch of drag queens. And as an added bonus, Penthouse Pets will be the cheerleaders. Not sure what they'll be wearing, if anything. So this is Stupid Bowl III? What were the first two? [via TV Tattle] ...

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