On 'The Late Late Show' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET), Craig Ferguson cracked some jokes about his newly thin friend. But he also recalled a near-death moment that put Drew in the hospital. Ferguson was joined by actor Diedrich Bader: the two men appeared together on 'The Drew Carey Show.'
Bader reminded Craig of an incident from nine years ago. After rehearsing a dance number for the show, Diedrich went to Carey's dressing room. But when he knocked, he heard a loud noise -- a noise that went like this: "UnnnUNNNHH!" Ferguson recalled this too -- he laughed, remembering how he thought that the sound came from Carey messing around with a female extra.
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Which explains why Todd spends time with his annoying co-worker Charlie (Diedrich Bader). During the latest episode (Wed., 9:30PM ET on NBC), Todd learns that Charlie has a crush on Tonya (Pippa Black) -- yet another expat living in India. It's easy to understand why someone would have the hots for Tonya. She's beautiful and she's Australian, which means that she has one of those cool "Aussie" accents.
We too are glad that Booth is out there to save the day and especially that he is played by cutie David Boreanaz, no? However, I'm not sure 'Bones' fans were as glad to see Catherine Bryan, played by Rena Sofer, out there with Booth as it puts yet another obstacle between Booth and Brennan's potential coupling.
I can't believe this is actually happening. I've told you before how much I hate cross-overs on TV; it's tolerable if it's at least the same genre of show. This is like in-breeding. If CSI and Two And a Half Men were brother and sister, then their deformed, incestual love-child is what's going to air on Monday, May 5th.
We actually reported on this almost a year ago, that the writers of CSI and Two And a Half Men were going to flip-flop and pen an episode of the other show. Well it never happened. Now, according to this press release, it's a go. I would imagine that the Writer's Strike played a role in resuscitating this awkward match-up.
Warner Brothers has announced that the first season of The Drew Carey Show will be released on DVD on April 24.
The first season of the show had 22 episodes, and the four disc set will also have some extras, including a gag reel and a featurette titled "Life Inside A Cubicle."
There was a time when this show was one of the best sitcoms on TV (at that particular time anyway). It was funny and clever and quite enjoyable. Then the show just seemed to...vanish? Really, it never seemed like it was officially canceled by ABC, it just sorta went off the schedule. Then some old episodes that were never show actually aired on ABC a year or two ago I believe. I'm not sure if there are still episodes of the show from the last season that were never shown, but I'm sure they'll show up on DVD in a couple of years (assuming that this first set sells well of course!).
On a side note, VH1's new player doesn't work on Macs.
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