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If at first you don’t succeed at Secret Santa-ing, do like Danny: Dust yourself off and try again!*
Warning: May cause heart-melt.
According to Danny, Mindy’s constant replaying of Aaliyah’s “Try Again” was one of the very first things about her that truly annoyed him. He must find himself quite unbearable by now, because the man is a Genius Aalyiah Impersonator.
(The reaction shots of Mindy are romantic and all, but why would you ever cut away from his brilliance?!)
They almost kissed after this, but Adam Pally had to bust in and ruin the moment »
- Annie Barrett
Adam Pally is emerging as one of the most consistently funny people on TV. He was brilliant as the venomously snarky and constantly unemployed Max on Happy Endings (R.I.P.) and is killing it as bro-doc Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project. He’s also a longtime friend, after we met doing improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC back when people had to text on flip phones. That’s why I feel pretty comfortable asking him about his farts.
Pally and I sat down for an interview over a heated game of Operation, which is surprisingly hard and still terrifying to play as an adult (or is that just me?). We talked about everything from the challenges of playing a gynecologist to, yes, farting in front of someone very, very famous. We also removed a pair of headphones out of man’s armpit. Can you guess who won? »
- Kate Spencer
Attention couples currently planning a wedding! There are two things that guests love: Open bars and photo booths. Tonight's episode of The Mindy Project will prove just that when Mindy (Mindy Kaling) attends the wedding of her former boyfriend Josh (Tommy Dewey) and brings along Peter (Adam Pally) to avoid going alone. Yes, that's right: Josh. Is. Back. The sports attorney, who dated Mindy for several episodes before being revealed as a coke-addicted cheater, has found love and is already putting a ring on it. And while the photo booth scene doesn't make it into the episode, titled "Wedding Crushers," we've got the exclusive pics from Kaling and Pally's time in the booth. Plus, special »
A Gladiator teases his backstory, scoop on Arrow’s “Bericity,” and Mindy promises nudity — all that and more in this week’s Spoiler Room.
And if you’re not eating what we’re serving here, drop me a line with scoop requests at email@example.com.
As last week’s episode of Scandal proved, just when you think we’ve learned everything there is to know about the characters on this show, yet another crazy secret about their past comes to light. And soon, teases Columbus Short, it’ll be Harrison’s »
- Sandra Gonzalez
As huge fans of both The Mindy Project and Happy Endings, we’re super excited to be chatting with comedian Adam Pally live on Very VH1. Hilarity is sure to ensue as Adam joins host/comedian/friend, Kate Spencer Friday, 11/15 at 2Pm Est.
Don’t forget that Very VH1 is a live interactive video chat, so make sure to ask Adam questions yourself via text or on camera. RSVP now! »
- Crystal Puccio
TVLine has learned exclusively that the actress will guest-star on the sophomore comedy as the sister of new series regular Adam Pally‘s Dr. Peter Prentice. Sources say the visit could potentially spill over into a second episode.
Related | Mindy Kaling: Danny and Mindy Aren’t ‘Destined to be Together’ – But There Is Mindy Project Romance Ahead
- Matt Webb Mitovich
It was all about mixing work and play for celebs this week, and even while on the job, they still made time to share their fun moments via social media. Jessica Alba and Zach Braff both got visits from little ones on the set, while Jonah Hill got strapped in before doing some stunts for 22 Jump Street. Katie Holmes bundled up from the cold while shooting The Giver in South Africa, and on the set of Modern Family, cast members Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara were joined by special guests Jane Krakowski and . . . baseball player Brian Wilson? Everything was rosy for Gisele Bündchen on a Colcci photo shoot in NYC and Mindy Kaling cozied up to her costar Adam Pally - and whether or not Chord Overstreet was actually peeing, we just hope that's a fake police car that he's standing on. Click through to see the rest of this week's cutest celebrity candids, »
- Brittney Stephens
TVLine has learned exclusively that the actress/Extra host will once more play a fictionalized version of herself in a handful of the Fox rom-com’s upcoming episodes.
Menounos will return during Mindy‘s holiday episode, in which she’ll immediately steal the heart of Adam Pally‘s frat boy man, Peter. “There’s a big party in the office, and Peter’s dream woman (Menounos) shows up as one of the Deslauriers’ dates, »
- Megan Masters
If you enjoyed the return of Damon Wayans Jr. to New Girl Tuesday night, good news: Coach is sticking around. Producers have struck a deal to expand Wayans's planned four-episode arc on the show into a season-long guest-starring gig. In case you're not up on your New Girl mythology, Wayans appeared in the pilot for the show but had to skeedaddle once ABC picked up Happy Endings. With Happy no more, well ... you get the rest. Fox's Tuesday night lineup has now officially become a home for wayward Happy cast members: Adam Pally is a regular on The Mindy Project. »
- Josef Adalian
The majority of the Tuesday comedies are back on top form this week after taking last week off.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 1, Episode 7, “48 Hours”
Directed by Peter Lauer
Written by Luke Del Tredici
Airs Tuesdays at 8:30pm Est on Fox
Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Halloween episode is a tough act to follow and “48 Hours” doesn’t quite deliver in the same way. What is usually enjoyable about the show is its healthy balance of silly comedy and plot progression. This week the show struggles to find that balance as most of the episode is driven by Jake and his absurd nature. “48 Hours” focuses on Jake’s mistakes and how they affect the rest of the workforce and quite frankly, it feels like a huge step back in comparison to the previous episodes. Considering the last two episodes in particular have been strong throughout, “48 Hours” is lacking somewhat. Although the episode is »
Happy Endings alumni keep racking up new projects. Adam Pally—already having a big year in Iron Man 3, A.C.O.D., The To Do List, and other guest appearances on television—was recently upped from a recurring role to series regular on the second season of The Mindy Project, and, like his former co-star Casey Wilson, he’s getting in on the production side of television as well. Pally will co-executive produce a single-camera comedy at NBC from How I Met Your Mother writers Dan Gregor and Doug Mand. The pilot focuses on “two guys who strike it »
NBC has ordered four more scripts of Sean Saves the World. That indicates the network may end up ordering more episodes. I don’t know if I’m cheering for that to happen or not.
Alexis Denisof has joined the MTV drama pilot Finding Carter, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series focuses on a teen girl who learns she was abducted as a child and suddenly finds herself adjusting to live with the family she never knew. Denisof will play her father, a novelist whose only success was a true crime novel based on how he dealt with his daughter being kidnapped. In the meantime, we’re waiting for him to reunite with Angel producer David Greenwalt on Grimm.
Wesley Windham-Prycce, still missed.
- Lyle Masaki
The Mindy Project star Adam Pally may be doing some work for NBC. The Happy Endings alum is developing an untitled comedy for NBC, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Photos: On the Set of 'Happy Endings' The single-camera comedy hails from How I Met Your Mother writers Dan Gregor and Doug Mand and centers on two guys who strike it rich after developing a mobile application. Pally, Gregor and Mand will executive produce the 20th Century Fox Television comedy, which has received a script plus penalty commitment from the network. Pally, who is a series regular on Mindy this season, is not
- Lesley Goldberg
Happy Monday! Oh, sorry—was that too loud and obnoxiously peppy for you on a Monday morning? We apologize. We're just so excited to share with you our huge list of steamy spoilers from all your favorite shows. No really, we've got 'em all! Ready for a relationship status update on Pretty Little Liars? You got it. Want to know more about Harrison's mysterious background on Scandal? Read on. Excited to find out about a new Glee character coming to town? We've got all the dashing new details. Plus, get all the latest scoop on How I Met Your Mother, Once Upon a Time, Nurse Jackie and more! Meghan: Obsessed with The Mindy Project and loving Adam Pally! What's coming up for »
Happy Endings is dead. Long live the cast members of Happy Endings! Adam Pally has started his run as a regular on The Mindy Project. Damon Wayans Jr. returns to New Girl when the show does in November. Casey Wilson and writing partner June Diane Raphael have projects at both ABC and NBC. And now that postmortem cast poach continues, as Eliza Coupe has another gig to go along with her recurring role as Will Arnett’s ex-wife on parental farting multi-cam sitcom The Millers. USA—which came pretty close to picking up Happy Endings itself—has ordered a pilot »
The Tuesday night comedy round-up takes a turn for the better this week as each show delivers in its own way. It’s not perfect as of yet, but every episode does something right this week. Although the newer comedies continue to be the funniest, both New Girl and The Mindy Project step up this week with surprisingly entertaining episodes.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 1, Episode 6, “Halloween”
Directed by Dean Holland
Written by Lesley Arin
Airs Tuesdays at 8:30pm Est on Fox
We’re treated to two more episodes dedicated to Halloween this Tuesday, which are much better than Super Fun Night‘s feeble attempt last week. Brooklyn Nine-Nine takes place in an interesting working environment, adding to the excitement, and with a strongly written and unusual array of characters, the show completely delivers with what can sometimes be a difficult holiday to pull off. If a Halloween episode doesn’t »
Ever wanted to watch a Berenstain Bears book brought to life in prime-time television? Tuesday night's (Oct. 22) episode of "The Mindy Project," "Bro Club for Dudes," does the trick, as the boys club of the Schulman and Associates office essentially staged their own version of the seminal classic Berenstain Bears "No Girls Allowed."
Mindy (Mindy Kaling) is the only female partner in a practice full of dudes, and the fact that her co-workers have been bonding over things that the ultra-girly Mindy just doesn't understand (or care about) -- and that Mindy thinks the restaurant at a faux-American Girl doll store is an appropriate place for a work lunch -- makes her feel like an outsider.
The problem is confounded by the bro-tastic bro-ness of new partner Peter Prentice (Adam Pally), and comes to a head at an amateur ultimate fighting competition featuring guest stars Ufc president Dana White and »
In season two, The Mindy Project has finally stopped playing Russian Roulette with its cast, and with the addition of Adam Pally (not to mention Xosha Roquemore) the Fox comedy has finally landed on the perfect permutation of performers and created TV's most charming ensemble. And while the actors always work best as a group, the cast has proven time and again to be as charismatic in smaller groups, like Jeremy & Danny's Dmv date or Betsy's Bible Study Group.
Related - How Mindy Kaling Protects Her Project
With the show firing on all cylinders in season two, and coming off their best episode to date (Wiener Night!), ETonline hit up The Mindy Project set to see which upcoming episode the cast is most excited for you to see!
We have an episode called You've Got Sext coming up that I'm really excited about. You've Got Mail is one of my favorite movies, and I've been »
There hasn't been a great big screen rom-coms in quite a while, but every single week Fox airs one of the funniest, most winning, endlessly charming and hopeful romantic comedies to come out of Hollywood in ages. Yes, The Mindy Project may seem like a standard workplace sitcom, but under all the professional hijinks lies the beating heart of an epic romantic comedy -- and it's all thanks to Mindy Kaling.
As the creator, star and executive producer, Kaling's DNA is all over this comedic juggernaut and now that the season one kinks have been worked out, the show has nowhere to go but up. ETonline sat down with Kaling on The Mindy Project set to talk about the evolution of her sitcom, the surprising discoveries along the way and what she's excited for audiences to see in the coming weeks.
ETonline: Looking at where you started with Mindy and where she is today, has anything »
The Iron Man 3 Blu-Ray may ultimately not be quite the powerhouse superfans hope for, largely because the film itself has its missteps that caused more than your average controversy, but it’s still a release that delivers the flash and spectacle that have made the franchise what it is.
Tony Stark isn’t in quite the position he thinks he is at this point, despite a certain paranoia and general distaste for everything following his previous encounters with forces of the non-friendly variety. As much as he works, and whatever he believes he can control, some things aren’t quite on his radar the way they perhaps should be, and a new threat is raising its head. »
- Marc Eastman
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