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Mary Steenburgen Jokes With 'The Talk' Ladies About Ted Danson's In-Bed Interview (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Nov 21st 2011 4:30PM
When Ted Danson was on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) a few weeks ago, he conducted his interview from bed, in pajamas, surrounded by the talkshow's group of female hosts. As it turns out, Danson's wife, actress Mary Steenburgen, wasn't watching the interview live, but she did hear about it ... right before boarding an airplane.

Steenburgen described getting a text from a friend with the message, "Oh my god, I'm laughing so hard at your husband in bed with all those women," right before she had to shut her phone down for a five-hour flight.

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Ted Danson Says He's Not Allowed to Talk About His Penis on 'The Late Late Show' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 3rd 2011 7:00AM
Ted Danson, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'Ted Danson's wife was really cramping Craig Ferguson's style on 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS), and she wasn't even there. When Ferguson asked Danson about his penis size, as he is wont to do, Danson said, "One of the rules when I got married was I don't get to talk about my penis."

Another rule, apparently, was that he wasn't allowed to do any more nude scenes, after the one he did in the 2005 film 'The Amateurs.' And yet, his wife, Mary Steenburgen, has done tons of sex scenes.

"Steve Martin, Johnny Depp, it goes on and on," Danson lamented.

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Ted Danson Gets Into Bed With 'The Talk' Ladies (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Nov 2nd 2011 7:30PM
When Julie Chen announced that 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) was going to "Get in bed with Ted," she meant it literally. Danson rolled out on an oversized bed, surrounded by Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne, Sarah Gilbert and Aisha Tyler. Julie put on the silky robe that was waiting for her and joined the group, which Osbourne joked was "like the UN on here."

Sarah Gilbert asked Danson, who tries to eat a mostly vegan diet, what tempts him more: a beautiful woman or a juicy cheeseburger. He thought it over for a moment and then responded, "You're asking me if I would rather eat a cheeseburger ..." and trailed off as Julie broke in and yelled, "Don't go there, Ted! Don't even!"

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George Eads Is Psyched To Be Working With Ted Danson on 'CSI' (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 18th 2011 7:00PM
'CSI' star George Eads stopped by 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) to discuss the crime procedural's 12th season. Eads, who's been on the show since Season 1, is psyched to be working with the newest addition to the cast, Ted Danson, who he called "a prince of a guy."

Guest-host Susie Essman also had glowing things to say about Danson. "He's my favorite guest star on 'Curb '... He's the most fun guy in the whole world," she said.

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Is George Overly Paranoid About Being Watched on 'Bored to Death'? (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 18th 2011 6:00AM
'Bored to Death' - 'Gumball!'With the police on his trail in relation to the murder last week, Jonathan and Ray were on the run this week on 'Bored to Death' (Mon., 9PM ET on HBO). When the pair of them headed off to try and solve the case before the police found him, George hung back to deal with the cops who showed up at his place.

Afterwards, he headed off to meet up with them, but to calm his nerves he may have smoked a little bit too much weed. He started seeing spies and people watching him everywhere, so much that he stole his daughter's boyfriend's bike and ultimately dumped his phone in a mailbox.

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Jason Schwartzman Previews 'Bored to Death,' Flirts With Hoda & Kourtney Kardashian (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 6th 2011 2:30PM
Jason Schwartzman stopped by 'Today' (9AM ET on NBC) to preview the new season of 'Bored to Death,' which premieres Sunday night on HBO. The interview with Hoda and guest-host Kourtney Kardashian displayed Schwartzman's full range of comic talents and smooth interview flirting skills.

Schwartzman revealed that in the new 'Bored to Death' season, his struggling writer-turned-amateur-private-detective character Jonathan Ames discovers his dad isn't actually his biological father, and goes on a search to find his real birth-father. He also promised the new season would feature "plushy sex, elder love, and Ted Danson as Don Quixote."

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Too Many Confessions Complicate Things for the 'CSI' Team (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 29th 2011 6:00AM
'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'Sometimes those aggressive tactics in the interrogation rooms can lead to false positives. That's what happened when Brass terrified a kid about getting destroyed in prison on 'CSI' (Wed., 10PM ET on CBS). The kid apparently thought they had him over a barrel, even though he didn't do it, so he confessed to the murders to try and get leniency.

Case closed, until a young woman came in saying they had the wrong guy and she was the one who murdered the family. Only later, they find more evidence in another guys' truck and when they bring him in for questioning, his father shows up and says he killed the family.

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Stokes Meets the New Boss, Played by Ted Danson, on 'CSI' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 22nd 2011 6:30AM
Ted Danson, 'CSI' season premiere'Two and a Half Men' isn't the only show getting a new lead actor on television. For the second time in its run, 'CSI' (Wed., 10PM ET on CBS) welcomed a new leading man to the fold. They let the audience meet D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) alongside Stokes, who was coming back to the team after a three-week training session.

So we got to share in his confusion when we walked onto the crime scene and saw Russell lying there next to two dead bodies. "You must be Stokes," he said with a smile.

"Yeah," Stokes replied. "You must be contaminating the crime scene."

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Ted Danson Talks About Pulling Double Duty on 'CSI' and 'Bored to Death' (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 21st 2011 1:00PM
Ted Danson will be pulling double-duty this Fall TV season, reprising his role as the eryudite stoner George Christopher on HBO's 'Bored to Death,' and taking on the new challenge of joining 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.' He stopped by 'Early' (9AM ET on CBS) where he talked to Chris Wragge about the pressure of joining such a long-running, successful show, and emphasized that even with all the work on his plate, he's still having a great time.

"It came out of the blue for me. It's unlike anything I've ever done," he said, "and I'm having a great time learning all this new stuff." Danson's got big shoes to fill, after Laurence Fishburne left the cast this offseason.

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Ted Danson Played With a Human Skull He Found as a Child (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 20th 2011 4:45AM
Ted Danson, 'Late Show with David Letterman'When you were a kid, your imagination could make the most wondrous realities out of the most mundane objects. But Ted Danson's imagination got a huge help from a rather surprising found object, as he detailed it on 'Late Show' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS).

When he and his friend were out playing army they discovered a real human skull, with what sounds like entrance and exit wound holes in it. Even more gruesome, the skull still had a tuft of hair attached to it still.

Nevertheless, the kids weren't daunted by this object at all, instead modifying their game to suit this exiting new find.

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'Damages' - 'All That Crap About Your Family' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Apr 6th 2010 6:42AM
Damages, Lily Tomlin(S03E11) "I'm not your mother, Ellen, if that's what you were thinking." - Ann Connell

Well, my goodness. Louis Tobin's Ponzi scheme seems like small potatoes now, doesn't it? Joe Tobin was worried about having to live out his father's crime-ridden legacy? No worries on that; Joe's creating his own twisted legacy all by himself.

And Marilyn Tobin - gack! She's willing to waste her own granddaughter for the sake of what? A few bucks? 'All That Crap About Your Family' is a great title for this episode.

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'Damages' - 'Drive It Through Hardcore' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 23rd 2010 6:08AM
Damages, Glenn Close(S03E09) "We'll find Patty's humanity and we'll drive it through hardcore." - Gail Sturmer

What is up with that horse? In a previous review, I wondered if maybe Patty Hewes was harking back to an earlier time in her life when she wanted a pony. But it's hard to imagine Patty being so innocent and carefree and, you know, the pony-coveting type.

On the other hand, she doesn't seem like the bad guy when you put her in a room with Arthur Frobisher. Hence her comments when Frobisher, Terry Brooke and Gail Sturmer sat down for a meeting.

"The Arthur Frobisher that I know: foolish, vain, pathetically insecure, a despicable bully," she told the would-be filmmakers. "He stole from his employees and manipulated the system to escape life in prison with a slap on the wrist."

If there's anything Patty loves, it's seeing the bad guys behind bars, even if she herself manages to escape all of that turmoil for her wrongdoings.

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'Damages' - 'I Look Like Frankenstein' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 16th 2010 1:15PM
Damages, Rose Byrne
(S03E08) "What is the point of doing anything unless you're doing good?' - Arthur Frobisher, on his Whirlwind Initiative to spread the word about wind power

So Arthur Frobisher is back, trying to rebuild his image with the wholesome message of wind power. He seems a little out of place to me, though. Like they stuck him in there just to bring him back, but he doesn't really fit into the big picture here. The scenes with him and Terry Brooks almost seemed like they were in the wrong season.

And Matthew McConaughey? That seemed like an odd placement in the show, for some reason. I guess I sort of think of 'Damages' as being in an alternative universe or something.

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'Damages' Season 3 Preview: Ripped From the Madoff Headlines

by Bryan Reesman, posted Jan 25th 2010 11:30AM
If you thought the first two seasons of 'Damages' were intense, things get amped up in the season 3 opener.

We won't spoil the shocking surprises, but there's plenty of new cast firepower as well, including Martin Short playing a tough-as-nails lawyer to a Madoff-like family called the Tobins, who are struggling with the fallout of their patriarch's fraudulent activities. Naturally that means plenty of potential sparring time with Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), especially with billions of dollars at stake in the season-long tale. Things will get ugly, which will be fun for the cast and creators.

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'Damages' Season 3 Preview and Predictions

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jan 24th 2010 4:15PM
Damages Season 3 PremiereSeason three of the hit FX show 'Damages' premieres Monday, Jan. 25, at 10 PM ET. The legal thriller has a history of making us think things are going one way, and then spinning the story in a completely different direction.

The season two finale is a good example of that. All season long, we'd been teased about a showdown between Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) and Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne). But did it turn out the way you thought it would?

If you haven't watched season two yet, read no further. Spoilers after the jump.

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