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TV's Joel McHale riffing with Rifftrax on Red Dawn

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jun 27th 2009 3:03PM
Joel McHale, star of The Soup and CommunityActor, comedian and classically trained suit wearer Joel McHale has taken his talent for riffing to the next level.

The star of The Soup and the upcoming NBC sitcom Community has joined forces with Michael J. Nelson's Rifftrax.com to provide a running comedy commentary for the perennial craptastic 80s classic Red Dawn. Nelson announced the guest commentary on the Rifftrax site and his Twitter blog earlier this week.

Rifftrax, for those who may not be familiar with the site and are therefore in no way cool, is the comedy website that provides downloadable MP3s of funny movie commentaries featuring the voices and talents of the minds behind Mystery Science Theater 3000 including Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy. It is the only reason I still own all three Matrix films, that and the fact that my desk is missing part of a leg.

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Chelsea Handler apologizes to Costa Rica (for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here)

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 3rd 2009 5:26PM
Chelsea Handler doesn't hold back, eh? In this clip she tackles NBC's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here (which I've been spelling as "outta here" the past several days, but who cares?). I love the new word she unveils to the world: "celebri-dicks."

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I'm starting to think The Soup is one of the most important shows on TV

by Bob Sassone, posted May 28th 2009 6:26PM
The Soup is good food for a TV fan who doesn't want to watch reality shows but does want to see the most horrible moments from them so our decision not to watch them is justified. The clip below is "Condensed Soup," where host Joel McHale gives a quick wrap-up of what's happening on shows like The Bachelorette, Here Come The Newlyweds, and Re-Inventing Bonaduce (a show I didn't even know existed). (Video also here.)

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Alex O'Loughlin talks about Three Rivers (and Moonlight!)

by Bob Sassone, posted May 28th 2009 9:02AM
This E! interview with Alex O'Loughlin was recorded at the recent CBS upfront, so he talks a lot about his new medical drama Three Rivers. But the heck with that; he also talks a lot about Moonlight! He misses the show and is glad that The Sci-Fi Channel (sorry, SyFy) is showing it again.

But seriously, fans, the show is not coming back. Sorry!

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At The Movies host to also host new version of GUTS

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 6th 2008 3:03PM
Ben LyonsI know what you're thinking: Roger Ebert is going to host a kid's game show? That's what he's going to do for his return to weekly television? Nah, it's not Roger. And it's not co-host Richard Roeper either. Both are leaving the syndicated movie review show.

It's actually Ben Lyons, son of movie critic Jeffrey Lyons and one of the replacements for Ebert & Roeper (along with Ben Mankiewicz). Lyons is going to host an updated version of the classic Nickelodeon game show GUTS. It will now be called My Family's Got GUTS. Because just GUTS would have sounded stupid?

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