According to the New York Post, Caan suffered "what is believed to be a torn ACL" last week. The new CBS series rearranged the shooting schedule so the 33-year-old actor could undergo surgery for his injury.
According to THR, Caan could be back to set as soon as this week, and his torn ACL will be written into the show.
"Yes, his injury will be noted in the story line," said a CBS spokesperson.
Lopez replied, "'True Blood' is skinemax ... There's a lot of nudity." The actress admitted, "We all get naked a lot on the show, so it's sort of ceased to be something that's, you know, shocking."
To that end, she described in helpful detail what actors and actresses wear on their bits during nude scenes. For the guys, "It's a little flesh-colored sack that gets tied around the various bits and pieces and then gets tied with what I have to say usually is a bow on top."
Is there a female equivalent? Ah, yes, the "snatch patch." And it sounds even more uncomfortable.
So it's understandable that, when he leaves the kids with his ex-wife for a week, he goes into a ice-cream-and-pizza-eating downward spiral. That spiral crashed and burned when he confronted an obnoxious neighbor about his wayward pot smoke, and ended up getting high with him on his futon. But Louie didn't realize that what was coming from that bong was a whole lot stronger than the stuff he used to smoke in the olden days. And he paid for it big time.
Keith Olbermann Defends 'Professional Left' from Robert Gibbs, Calls White House 'Amateur Left' (VIDEO)
Keith Olbermann, an implied member of this cabal, responded to Gibbs on Tuesday's 'Countdown With Keith Olbermann' (weeknights, 8PM ET on MSNBC.)
My friends, if you thought the coverage that's been going on since the day after the 2006 Congressional election has been overwhelming, you ain't seen nothing yet. Come sunrise on November 4th the television airwaves will be inundated with election coverage, comment, pontification, and general BS. Red states will become blue, blue states will become red, graphs will be drawn on easel boards with black marker and someone will predict the winner of the entire Presidential election at 7:00:01 p.m.
So, if you are wholly disinterested in the old way that the elections are covered you may want to tune into Current TV, or its website if you don't have the channel on your digital box, for an alternative to get the results you need. In this case, it's you, the couch potato that you are, who will be providing the coverage. It's called "Current Diggs the Election" and the way it works will be unique.
It's a little silly, and some of your guests may look at you a little funny, but for the TV nutter that has everything, a sixer of Dharma barley pops makes a perfect gift. Of course, if that's just a little too far out there for you, they also have what are purported to be insanely great shirts.
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This isn't just any list though. Along with who Jack killed, each entry has a video or picture of the kill as well as the method or weapon. It's well done, and the kind of crazy fanaticism that makes television and the internet a great match. Imagine how hard it was back in the day for Green Hornet fans to track the kills of Britt Reed and Kato.
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To prove his point, he encouraged viewers to edit entries about elephants with the absurd statement that the population of elephants in the world has tripled in the last six months. Indeed, such an edit -- as well as one Stephen said he'd make about him saying Oregon was "Idaho's Portugal" -- were found under an account named "Stephencolbert" around the time the show was taped. As a result, the Wikipedia admins have protected a bunch of elephant-related pages and blocked the "Stephencolbert" account until they can verify that it was actually Stephen (or his producers) making those edits (I guess if it's him, it's funny. If it's not, it's vandalism).
For those who are curious about the segment, the funny video is on YouTube. You can see it after the jump.
The non-profit television library called The Television Archive has amassed Canadian and American media coverage of that morning over a 15-minute time period from when the first plane hit, through the second plane hitting the towers, and to the first reports of a third plane hitting the Pentagon. You can see how the news outlets responded, who got it right, who got it first, and who, initially, got it totally wrong. For example, Charlie Gibson of Good Morning America, remained totally calm as he reported what he was seeing. While Bryant Gumbel, who was at The Early Show on CBS at the time, saw phantom planes after the first two crashed into the towers, and he got all panicky on air. The entire video montage is about 30 minutes, but you may have to wait a few days to watch it, because now the website is timing out, probably from so much traffic.
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