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'Fashion's Night Out' Draws Justin Timberlake, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Halle Berry and Many More Celebs (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Sep 15th 2010 11:00AM
Naomi Campbell Joins Many Stars for 'Fashion's Night Out'Everyone was on the streets for 'Fashion's Night Out 2010' (Tue., 10PM ET on CBS). Well, everyone except viewers at home, Neil Patrick Harris helpfully pointed out. For one evening, "New York City is one big runway," said Harris, and he offered plenty of celeb sitings and fashion footage for us couch potatoes.

The fashion industry's open house took place across the world -- from Milan, Moscow and London to New York City, Seattle and Los Angeles. Halle Berry was one of many attendees. "I care about our economy, and a night like this sort of infuses some energy into our fashion industry," Berry said.

Other A-listers on the scene (and in this clip) included Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Lopez (launching yet another fragrance), Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Gwen Stefani, Justin Timberlake, Naomi Campbell and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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'Full House' House on Sale

by Scott Harris, posted Feb 2nd 2010 12:00PM
It's one of the saddest moments of youth: when the home you grew up in is sold off to strangers. And now it's about to happen to the house that all America grew up with.

Yes, folks, it's true: the house featured on the beloved family sitcom 'Full House' is being offered up for sale to the highest bidder. According to NBC Los Angeles, the stately Victorian home, which was featured in the opening credits for most of the show's eight seasons, is on the block with an asking price of $4.1 million.

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Stamos wants to flush Full House into movie theaters

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Jun 8th 2009 7:27PM
John Stamos wants to bring new twins to the big screen in a Full House movie.John Stamos wants to make a movie out of Full House. Not since the talk of adapting Hello, Larry has a rumor caused such an enthusiastic uproar.

The original show featured a widowed father (Bob Saget) who turns to a wacky friend (Dave Coulier) and his brother-in-law (John Stamos) to help raise his three daughters after his late wife was killed by a drunk driver. Yes, that was the set-up for one of the lightest of lightweight comedies.

According to Moviefone, Stamos says he's putting together a project that would not include the original Full House cast. That would save us all from watching a 90 minute exploration of how two sickly sweet, perky Olson twins became desperately thin, tragic drug addicts. Cue the laugh track.

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'Full House' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jun 2nd 2009 6:00AM
Full HouseRatings for 'Full House,' which began its run in '87, were low at first, with critics panning the cheese factor of the San Francisco-set sitcom. For its second season, ABC moved the Tanners to the family-friendly TGIF lineup, and the show about a widower raising his three daughters with the help of his brother-in-law and best friend found its groove. (Cheese factor? What cheese factor?)

Running eight seasons, 'Full House' became iconic pop candy for Generation X. Just a taste of what it gave us: eye-rolling references for later dorm-room talks, John Stamos' "bad guys just need a hug" lesson -- and the Olsen twins, adorable-little-Michelle-turned-billion-dollar-empire-controlling entertainment tycoons. Name another sitcom with a track record like that ... Exactly.

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The wax figure of Bob Saget looks just like Brad Pitt!

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 21st 2009 5:54PM
Olsens in waxThis is supposed to be a picture of the Olsen Twin wax figures. Looks more like Sandra Lee x 2.

Maybe it's them several years from now.

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Mary-Kate Olsen joins Samantha Who?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Jun 24th 2008 6:02PM
Mary-Kate OlsenFans of Full House mark your calendars! Famous twin Mary-Kate Olsen, who recently appeared in a few episodes of Showtime's Weeds, will guest star on ABC's hit sitcom Samantha Who?

The 22-year-old actress will appear in one episode of the good-versus-evil series starring Christina Applegate this fall. Right now, there are no plans to have the actress return for more episodes.

Slight spoilers about Mary-Kate's role on SW? coming up!

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Weeds: Go (season finale)

by Erin Martell, posted Nov 20th 2007 3:23PM

Mary-Louise Parker and Alexander Gould(S03E15) Surprise, surprise! For once, a season of Weeds ended with Nancy taking control of her life instead of being at the mercy of outside circumstances. The first two season finales provided over-the-top cliffhangers, but Season Three ended with what appeared to be a fresh start for Nancy and the Botwin family.

Doug's songs were the perfect way to frame some of the ridiculous behavior that was on display at the evacuation center. His exchange with the leader of the prayer circle (the one speaking in tongues) was priceless. How about that "Just Like the Superdome" song? I can't believe that the writers went there, but I could not stop laughing after I heard the lyrics.

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Weeds: Roy Till Called

by Erin Martell, posted Oct 16th 2007 9:02AM

Romany Malco(S03E10) I'm starting to feel like Valerie Scottson is the new U-Turn. While I enjoy her character, she's taking a lot of time away from the Agrestic regulars (or is it Majestic now?). With the season more than half over, I can honestly say that I would have liked fewer "U-Turn threatens Nancy" moments and more of the brutal humor that Weeds is known for. Ditto for the "angry Valerie" scenes. Something tells me that she'll be around for the remainder of Season Three, and that spells trouble for my favorite band of drug dealers and suburban malcontents.

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Weeds: The Two Mrs. Scottsons

by Erin Martell, posted Oct 1st 2007 11:32PM

Tonye Patano(S03E08) Only on Weeds will an episode begin with a funeral and end with a mammogram. I love how this show is able to balance tender, emotional elements with humorous and vulgar ones. The show's writers spread the wealth around this week, devoting time to underused characters like Heylia and Shane. Weeds has an incredible ensemble cast, and this episode served as another example of that fact.

At long last, Peter's death was neatly wrapped up. It turned out that Peter's dirty dealings went beyond blackmailing Nancy and Conrad. I really liked that, for once, all signs didn't point to Nancy. The DEA higher-ups knew that Peter was corrupt, and were more than willing to let his murder go unsolved. I liked the use of newspaper headlines as added details in this episode. After the funeral scene, there was a quick cut to Heylia reading the following headline: "So long honey." Later, there was a newspaper article that linked Peter to U-Turn. How convenient! Personally, I'm ready to say goodbye to Peter, and I'm glad the writers didn't keep his corpse hidden until the end of the season. It's time for Nancy to get down to business.

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Weeds: Grasshopper

by Erin Martell, posted Sep 18th 2007 1:12AM
Mary-Louise Parker and Matthew Modine(S03E06) This week's episode truly had something for everyone: a chance to laugh at/with an Olsen twin, another "clothing optional" Botwin scene, and the introduction of the word "heroinilicious." Weeds Season Three has hit its stride in my book.

It was nice to have the old Andy Botwin back, and to have the military subplot safely behind us. After seeing Andy cook breakfast in his tightie whities, it's clear that the Army didn't whip him into peak physical condition, but no matter. There were some classic Andy moments this week. It's cute that Andy's so territorial when it comes to his recipe box. I'm the same way. We also got a brief glimpse of Andy getting turned on by the mating habits of lions. Welcome back, Botwin. You were sorely missed.

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Mary-Kate Olsen: New York Times writer

by Joel Keller, posted Feb 28th 2007 2:42PM
Mary-Kate OlsenIf anyone missed it over the weekend, the more notorious half of the Olsen Twins was given the opportunity to write about her favorite handbag. But this little ditty wasn't for a woman's magazine, or for a gossip rag like InTouch. Nope, Mary-Kate Olsen wrote 185 words on her favorite Chanel bag for T:Style, a quarterly magazine insert in the Sunday New York Times (Bob mentioned this in his "Out of the Blogosphere" report earlier in the week).

Wow. I know the Times has gone after celebrities to provide bylines in the past, but the names you see are along the lines of Steve Martin, Woody Allen, and Larry David. You know, people who know how to write. I don't think any had the rudimentary ninth-grade writing skills that Mary-Kate demonstrated in her little blurb. More after the jump.

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Out of the Blogosphere

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 27th 2007 9:06AM

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The Olsen Twins scare the hell out of me

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 17th 2006 5:00PM

Olsen TwinsSeriously.

Are they...vampires? Mannequins? Otherworldly goddesses/supermodels here to save the Earth?

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Olsen twins in Badgley Mischka ad campaign

by Anna Johns, posted Feb 16th 2006 8:05AM
olsens badgley mischkaAshley and Mary-Kate Olsen, a.k.a. "Michelle" on Full House, have transformed themselves into glamour girls. They're the faces of the Badgley Mischka ad campaign. Photos of the twins in expensive gowns will appear in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, and InStyle magazines this Spring. Mark Badgley and James Mischka, creators of the fashion line, said the Olsen twins represent the edgy look they're going for. "They have an amazing sense of fashion and individuality that intrigued us," said the fashion duo in a statement. The New York Times coined their style as "Bobo", or Bohemian Bourgeois, where they pile on a bunch of clothes that don't match, but cost a bundle.

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TV actors make Blackwell's 'Worst Dressed' list

by Anna Johns, posted Jan 11th 2006 12:37PM
Mr. Blackwell, the be-all and end-all of fashion, has some mean things to say about a lot of ladies who work in television. Topping his Worst Dressed list this year is Britney Spears, and if you see her outfit while shopping in Las Vegas recently, you'll understand why. Blackwell says, in his unusual alliteration-meets-Dr. Seuss speak, "From Princess of Pop to the ultimate Fashion Flop!" I wonder what it would be like to actually talk to this Mr. Blackwell in person?

Here's the entire Worst Dressed list, along with Mr. Blackwell's snarky comments and exclamation marks:

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