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Sinbad on Marrying the Same Woman Twice (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Apr 14th 2011 5:35PM
Sinbad on 'The Wendy Williams Show'Sinbad talked about being married to the same woman twice today on 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, syndicated). It's a topic still fresh for him, and new show, 'Sinbad: It's Just Family,' has him living in the same house with his two kids and wife Meredith for the first time in years. Sinbad talked about how he met Mrs. Sinbad by trying to look smart.

Sinbad was in the Air Force when Meredith was in college, and he said he carried around an empty book bag as a bit of a disguise to blend in. "I saw her go in a bookstore," he said, "and I saw them legs, so I chased her in the bookstore." They were originally married in 1985, divorced in 1992, then remarried in 2002.

Both were wearing wedding rings, though not the originals. The first ring, Sinbad explained, had been borrowed. Which was probably not the best strategy for longevity.

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Sinbad Gives Confusing Dating Advice on 'Sinbad: It's Just Family' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 13th 2011 7:30AM
Sinbad Avises Royce on 'It's Just Family'In the season premiere of 'Sinbad: It's Just Family' (Tue., 10PM ET on WE), the standup comic joins his former ex-wife (they remarried eight years ago) and two adult children to live under the same roof for the first time in years.

His son Royce needs some dating advice. Sinbad launches in: "Sometimes you need some crazy women in your life to know a good woman." He says men have a different perspective on relationships.

Guys think, "She's a serial killer but she didn't try to kill me, so I'm gonna keep dating her ... Say she stab me but I'm still alive -- there's still hope in that relationship, if she's fine," Sinbad advises.

"So you're saying give her a chance?" Royce asks. He replies, "Let one of your boys call her first -- see if he die." Huh? Well, Royce seems to see his point. "This is bonding ... This is why I like being back home."

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TLC Renews 'My Strange Addiction,' Michael Rosenbaum Won't Be Back on 'Smallville' and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Feb 11th 2011 1:35PM
My Strange AddictionIt appears the car-crash fascination of watching people eat couch cushions and lightbulbs has weighed out over the ick factor.

According to Entertainment Weekly, TLC has renewed 'My Strange Addiction' for a second season. The show "tells the compelling stories of people who are battling obsessive behaviors on the verge of taking over their lives," according to TLC. Subjects who have been profiled in the first season range from an obsessive scab-picker to a woman addicted to eating toilet paper.

The season finale of 'My Strange Addiction' airs Wednesday, Feb. 16, at 9PM ET, and will follow a woman addicted to laxatives and another addicted to "eating pottery and cigarette ashes."

In other TV news ...

Sorry, 'Smallville' fans: Michael Rosenbaum has reportedly shot down any chance of returning for the series finale. "He has put the show behind him and moved on," said a source of the actor, who played Lex Luthor for seven seasons. There's still three episodes left to shoot, so he still has a little bit of time to change his mind. [EW]

Syfy is developing a series about Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle solving mysteries together in the 1920s. Wait, what?! The steampunk show is called 'Among the Spirits,' and Syfy President of Original Programming Mark Stern called it "a turn-of-the-century 'Fringe.'" [Deadline]

Nielsen could be close to perfecting a tracking system for commercials. The company could offer "brand-specific TV ratings for commercials" so companies can know how much of an impact their commercials have. [The Hollywood Reporter]

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Donald Trump to Sinbad: 'You're Fired!' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 22nd 2010 6:23AM
Celebrity Apprentice, Sinbad FiredThe firings have been tough so far on 'The Celebrity Apprentice' (Sun., 10PM ET on NBC), because most of the team members have been stepping up to their tasks.

But last night's firing seemed on target. The guys lost the Kodak challenge, and team leader Sinbad seemed a bit scattered when trying to manage the team – especially Bret Michaels, who kept trying to get an assignment, to no avail.

What do you think? Did the right person get fired?

Watch the video after the jump.

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Who Needs Celebs? NBC Bringing Back the Original 'Apprentice'

by Sharon Knolle, posted Mar 17th 2010 6:16PM
Ta ta disgraced governors. See ya, washed-up rock stars.

According to the TheWrap, NBC is bringing back the celeb-free version of 'The Apprentice' for the first time since 2007, with a recession-era twist: "Real people" contestants who've been hit hard by the bad economy will get a chance to reverse their fortunes by wowing boss Donald Trump.

The return of the original premise has been rumored for some time. Trump recently declared himself all for it, telling reporters, "I will be very involved if they bring back regular 'Apprentice,'" he said. "I'd be very involved in the casting again."

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Sinbad Causes Bonnie Hunt's Crew to Stage a Walkout (VIDEO)

by Harley W. Lond, posted Mar 15th 2010 7:42PM
While giving Bonnie Hunt hints on how to be a better boss on 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' (syndicated, weekdays), funnyman Sinbad suggested that she give her crew the option of coming in to work or not. "Tell me if you want to operate the camera today ... if not, I'll put it on a stand and put it on myself," he told Hunt to say to her cameramen. "And they'll go, Bonnie's so cool."

"I couldn't do it without them, there's no way," Hunt said. But Sinbad persisted. "Walk away," he said to one of the cameramen. "Walk away." And he does ... followed by the rest of the crew.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Celebrity Apprentice 2': Who Will Win?

by Chris Jordan, posted Mar 11th 2010 4:00PM
Fired up for a new season of 'The Celebrity Apprentice'? Fourteen celebs -- of varying levels of celebrity-dom -- are working for a bonus of $250,000 to be donated to a charity of their choice. And maybe a chance to spark up a little interest in their careers, too.

Business mogul Donald Trump will do the firing once again, aided by son Donald Trump Jr., daughter Ivanka Trump and long-time adviser George H. Ross on this third season of 'Celebrity Apprentice.' The teams, incidentally, are divided by sex.

The action starts 9 PM ET Sunday on NBC. Before then, we've studied the field and calibrated who the likely winner will be.

See for yourself after the jump.

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Golf Channel Picks Up 'Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf'

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Dec 16th 2009 3:00PM
Reality TV has hired Donald Trump -- again.

Variety reports that The Donald has just inked a deal with the Golf Channel for a new unscripted reality show titled 'Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf' (yep).

Trump, who owns many golf courses in such places as Westchester, New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Puerto Rico, is rounding up a host of celebrities to compete one-on-one for charities. Already on board to play a few holes are NFL legends Jerry Rice and Lawrence Taylor, with more athletes, musicians, actors and business-types reportedly to come.

The series will debut on April 26, 2010, with an initial order of six half-hour episodes.

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Here's the new cast for Celebrity Apprentice

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 19th 2009 1:22PM
The Celebrity ApprenticeDanny told you last week that Rod Blagojevich might be in the cast of the new Celebrity Apprentice season. That's still up in the air because of his legal woes, but The NY Post does have the entire list of the new celebs even if NBC hasn't released it yet.

  • Sharon Osbourne
  • Bret Michaels
  • Cyndi Lauper
  • Carol Leifer
  • Bill Goldberg
  • Daryl Strawberry
  • Curtis Stone
  • Summer Sanders
  • Sinbad
  • Holly Robinson Peete
  • Maria Canellis

Leifer is a stand-up comic and a writer for Seinfeld. I was going to watch this just for her and then decided...no.

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'Celebrity Apprentice 3' Cast Revealed

by Kim Potts, posted Oct 19th 2009 11:13AM
The Donald tried to keep it hush-hush, but The New York Post has revealed the cast of Donald Trump's next edition of the 'Celebrity Apprentice.' 'Rock of Love' star Bret Michaels, 'America's Got Talent' judge and Osbourne mama Sharon Osbourne, pop star Cyndi Lauper, former pro baseball star Darryl Strawberry and scandal-plagued former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich top the list.

Well, not so fast, Mr. Governor ...

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TV Obits: Law, DeRoy, Stone, Hanrahan

by Bob Sassone, posted May 15th 2008 8:06AM

John Phillip LawA roundup of TV people from in front of the camera and behind the scenes who have passed away.

  • John Phillip Law: He was a veteran actor best known for such films as Barbarella, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, The Cassandra Crossing, Tarzan The Ape Man, and Hurry Sundown. He appeared in many TV shows over the years, including The Love Boat, Murder, She Wrote, It's A Living, and The Young and the Restless. He died in Los Angeles at age 70.

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