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'Hot in Cleveland': Melanie Paired With Elka on a Gay Cruise (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 8th 2011 6:30AM
'Hot in Cleveland' - 'Beards'It was a guest-star-studded cruise on 'Hot in Cleveland' (Wed., 10PM ET on TV Land) as the girls joined Victoria on a gay cruise. With Joy still playing along as Victoria's spouse, Melanie was left to pair up with Elka when she found herself having to pretend she was gay as well.

It all happened rather suddenly, when Melanie found that her sister Caroline (Laura San Giacomo) was on the cruise with her girlfriend (Sandra Bernhard). When Caroline suddenly felt she had something in common with Melanie, Melanie couldn't bring herself to tell the truth.

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Sandra Bernhard Creates Lesbian Drama On 'Hot In Cleveland'

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 7th 2011 10:00AM
Sandra Bernhard Hot In Cleveland'Hot In Cleveland' is no stranger to over-the-top guest stars.But the Dec. 7 episode takes it to another level when Sandra Bernhard and 'Just Shoot Me' actress Laura San Giacomo make appearances.

When Victoria (Wendie Malick) is invited to speak on an A-list gay cruise, she brings Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy (Jane Leeves) and Elka (Betty White) along for the ride. While aboard the ship, Melanie runs into her estranged sister, played by San Giacomo.

As if that description of the 'Hot In Cleveland' hijinks wasn't enticing enough, AOL TV asked Bernhard why she thinks viewers should check out her episode.

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Sheryl Crow, Sandra Bernhard to Guest on 'GCB,' 'American Pie' Star Heads to 'Good Wife' and More TV News

by Crystal Bell, posted Dec 1st 2011 7:00PM
Sheryl Crow, Sandra Bernhard GCBABC's new one-hour comedy, 'GCB' -- starring Kristin Chenoweth and Annie Potts -- has lined up two superstar guest appearances that will surely get people talking.

Singer-song writer Sheryl Crow will guest star as herself in the series' fifth episode, reports TV Guide. "Sheryl is great," 'GCB' creator, Robert Harling, told TV Guide. "She is the guest star at the church fundraiser. It was fantastic working with her. She's a great actress."

Funny lady Sandra Bernhard will also make a guest appearance in the show, but for now, the details are top secret. "It's a big surprise," Harling reveals.

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Hannibal Lecter TV Series In the Works, TBS Buys Conan O'Brien Comedy Pilot & More

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 12th 2011 7:00PM
Bryan FullerHannibal Lecter: TV star? Maybe, just maybe.

According to Deadline, 'Pushing Daisies' creator Bryan Fuller is at work on a one-hour drama series about the famous cannibal. 'Hannibal' will focus on Lecter's relationship with a young FBI profiler named Will Graham. Lecter's foil Graham is haunted by his knack for empathizing with serial killers. Fuller is executive producing with Martha De Laurentiis, producer of 'Hannibal,' 'Red Dragon' and 'Hannibal Rising.'

The 'Hannibal' project is part of the recently launched Gaumont International Television, run by NBC's former had of drama, Katie O'Connell. In addition to 'Hannibal,' the company is working on 'Madame Tussaud,' a six-hour miniseries from 'The Tudors' creator Michael Hirst.

Over in comedy land, TBS has ordered a pilot from Conan O'Brien. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the multi-camera comedy follows a centers a family man who leaves his day job and returns to his childhood neighborhood. While at home, the character reunites with his old best friend. O'Brien will serve as an executive producer.

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Project Runway: Bright Lights/Big City

by Annie Wu, posted Jul 31st 2008 9:02AM
Project Runway(S05E03) Question: What were the judges smoking in this episode? More specifically, were they smoking one of the hideous creations from this challenge?

This challenge was pretty straightforward, as the designers were dropped off at different locations in a rainy New York City and told to pull inspiration from their surroundings. NYC streets at night are rough and sleek and bright and dark, all at the same time. But looking at this episode's outfits, you'd never know. In fact, you'd probably be too scared to step foot in the Big Apple ever again, for fear of being mauled by psychedelic, leggy, cha-cha-ing monsters.

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Project Runway: Meet the new designers

by Allison Waldman, posted Jul 14th 2008 3:23PM
PR cast season 5So, hot on the heels of Entertainment Weekly suggesting that Bravo wasn't giving Project Runway -- the new, and last before Lifetime takes over -- season its due, Bravo rolled out a press release today with the names of all 16 designer/contestants, as well as the celebrity judges for Project Runway Season Five.

On the celeb front, the show's landed Diane Von Furstenberg, Sandra Bernhard, Apolo Ohno, Brooke Shields, LL Cool J, RuPaul, Rachel Zoe, Cynthia Rowley and Francisco Costa. I can see potential fireworks from Sandra B and RuPaul. The rest -- eh. I mean, really, is Brooke going to be critical? And have you seen how Apolo dresses?

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Fine ladies of comedy in Vanity Fair

by Annie Wu, posted Mar 3rd 2008 8:03PM
Wiig, Rudolph, and FeyJenna Fischer: This is one of those "I've arrived!" moments. Seriously. There's, like, little milestones... Like, being on David Letterman for the first time and then, like, being in Vanity Fair.
Chelsea Handler: ... I knew I arrived when I got my period.
Everyone: [groans and laughter]

Yeah, I know how most of our male readers are. They like their ladies funny, smart, and painfully out of their league. Well, start lurking around the magazine stands, boys, because the upcoming Vanity Fair has a new Annie Leibovitz photo spread featuring some of the funniest ladies on the scene. The impressive list boasts Sandra Bernhard, Susie Essman, Tina Fey, Jenna Fischer, Chelsea Handler, Leslie Mann, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Amy Sedaris, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes, and Kristen Wiig, each of them doing very typical "Hollywood bad girl" things. I especially love Maya Rudolph's hair and how Silverman manages to do Amy Winehouse better than Amy Winehouse.

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The View: Sandra Bernhard sparks catfight

by Annie Wu, posted Jun 18th 2006 12:43PM
Hasselbeck vs. BernhardComedienne Sandra Bernhard recently appeared on The View. She made a few remarks about Mariah Carey's album and an immediate tension grew between her and Star Jones. Then, Bernhard made a some politically-charged comments, calling Laura Bush "heavily medicated", and Elizabeth Hasselbeck jumped to the First Lady's defense. Claws came out, everyone started talking at once, Joy Behar stalked off for a few seconds, and I suddenly remembered why I can never sit through ten consecutive minutes of this damn show. Whenever an argument starts, all the women start talking over each other, louder and louder, until all their shrieks turn into a unified wail, too high for human ears. For a while, I thought I accidentally sat on my remote's "mute" button, but then I saw my neighbor's dog's head explode.

There's video here if you really feel the need to see it.

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