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Emily Deschanel, David Hornsby Welcome Baby Boy

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 22nd 2011 11:15AM
Emily Deschanel, David Hornsby'Bones' star Emily Deschanel and 'How to Be a Gentleman' actor David Hornsby have welcomed a baby boy. The married TV stars are now the proud parents of Henry Hornsby, according to People.

"I am super excited to be an aunt!" Zooey Deschanel, star of Fox's ratings hit 'New Girl' and Emily's sister, said on Twitter in April.

To accommodate for Deschanel's pregnancy, 'Bones' will have a 13-episode season. Fox recently ordered four additional scripts that may be used in the summer.

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FX Picks Up Animated Series From 'Sunny' Writers Starring Kristen Bell & Justin Long

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 15th 2011 4:35PM
FX has picked up an animated series from 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' writers and producers Rob Rosell, Scott Marder and David Hornsby.

Justin Long and Kristen Bell will lend their voices to the show currently titled 'Unsupervised,' which focuses on two optimistic teenagers, Gary and Joel, who are "navigating the harsh landscape of teenage life and trying to do what's right without any parental guidance whatsoever."

Fred Armisen, Romany Malco, Alexa Vega and 'Sunny' star Kaitlin Olson will also voice characters in the show, as will Rosell and Hornsby.

The series will premiere in January and run after the FX animated series 'Archer.' It will also be animated by the 'Archer' production team.

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Review: It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia - The Gang Wrestles for the Troops

by Annie Wu, posted Oct 30th 2009 11:59AM
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(S05E07) This episode brought back many things that fans of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia have already come to know and love: nearly aggressive patriotism, needless shirtnessness, songs sung in falsetto and, of course, Rickety Cricket. I would like to also submit that the Birds of War get-up (pictured above) would be perfect for this Halloween, especially if you're desperate for few high-fives or silent nods of approval. It covers a wide range, as it appeals to both Always Sunny fans and people who like America and/or chickens. I mean, eagles.

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