12 items from 2015
Performing at the Judd Apatow & Friends event at the New York Comedy Festival at Carnegie Hall earlier this month, Adam Sandler updated the lyrics to "The Hanukkah Song" once again. And now, with the Festival of Lights less than two weeks away, he has released a video of himself performing the fourth rendition of his beloved holiday tune in San Diego! The lyrics are below if you want to sing along. (You do.)Put on your yarmulke, here comes ChanukahSo much fun-ukah to celebrate Chanukah Chanukkah is the Festival of Lights, Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights. When you feel like the only kid in town without a Christmas tree, Here’s the fourth list of people who are Jewish, just like Jesus, Olaf, Punky Brewster, Scott Rudin, and me! Joseph Gordon-Levitt enjoys eating kugel So does Stan Lee, Jake Gylleenhaal, and the two guys »
- Katie Levingston
Hanukkah has come early, friends! Praise be to Adam Sandler, he has gone and done it again with his famous holiday tune. The actor sang an updated version of "The Hanukkah Song" live from Carnegie Hall, and the whole thing was captured on video. Thank the universe for YouTube, because now the moment will live on forever. "The Hanukkah Song Part 4" is a relevant version of the classics, with lyrics like, "When you feel like the only kid in town without a Christmas tree, here's the fourth list of people who are Jewish, just like Jesus, Olaf, Punky Brewster, Judd Apatow, Scott Rudin, and me!" Way to take the best holiday jam and bring it into the now. By the way, does anyone else think »
No hiding this bump now :) #baby2baby we are coming for you. ?? A photo posted by @moonfrye on Nov 14, 2015 at 6:23pm Pst They’re over the moon! Soleil Moon Frye announced her fourth pregnancy via social media on Saturday, Nov. 14, and the Punky Brewster alum could hardly contain her excitement. “No hiding this bump now,” she captioned a sweet snapshot of herself with her husband, film and TV producer Jason Goldberg. “#baby2baby we are coming for you.” In the precious photo, the 39-year-old actress looks stunning in a [...] »
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Molinaro’s son Michael told TMZ that the actor had suffered from bad gall stones.
In addition to his decade-long run on Happy Days and five years as Murray, Molinaro’s TV credits included the Happy Days spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi, Get Smart, the short-lived CBS sitcom The Family Man and episodes of Punky Brewster and Step by Step.
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His son, Michael, confirmed the actor’s death to TMZ and said that Molinaro suffered from bad gall stones.
Younger audiences may recognize Molinaro as Al from Weezer’s “Buddy Holly” music video, which was set in the “Happy Days” drive-in and featured edited footage of Fonzie (Henry Wrinkler) dancing with girls.
He is survived by his wife, Betty and his son Michael.
- Variety Staff
There's a problem afflicting our nation: a lack of "very special episodes" on modern sitcoms. So in this, a very special episode of "Vulture's Secret History of Television," we take a look at the cringe-inducing phenomenon of lighthearted shows making abrupt tonal shifts to focus on problems like addiction, sexual assault, and proper use of CPR (no, really, there was a Punky Brewster episode about that). How did these episodes emerge? Why did they disappear? Tune in and learn some important lessons. Afterward, watch our past episodes, on topics like swearing and lesbian kisses. And tune in on Wednesdays for new episodes of "Vulture's Secret History of Television." »
- Abraham Riesman,Ryan McGee,Margaret Lyons
When Jeb Bush revealed the slogan for his 2016 presidential campaign, most thinking people had pretty much the same reaction: Hey, that looks like the title of a sit-com! Clearly, the use of the exclamation mark was meant to distinguish George W.’s younger brother from the baker’s dozen of Republicans seeking the nomination, perhaps by making him seem a bit more more lively and vibrant. Maybe the former Florida Governor was trying to seem current by utilizing a punctuation that these days litters every one of our texts and emails. (If you say you’re excited to see me, but don't use at least one exclamation, how can I really believe you?) Generally, but not always, television shows that have dared to wield the exclamation point in their titles have done so with a precise purpose in mind, whether to demonstrate urgency, irony, or just plain enthusiasm. Occasionally, the »
- Oliver Jones
Soleil Moon Frye's ready for summer! The "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" star recently dropped 40-pounds with the help of Nutrisystem, and she's showing off her hot new bod in one sexy cut-out swimsuit. The brunette beauty teamed up with the weight loss company after welcoming third child, son Lyric Sonny Roads Goldberg, in February of 2014. "I feel amazing," Soleil gushed about her new fit physique during a photo shoot with Nutrisystem. "There are so many fun suits to choose from this summer," she added. "I’m ringing in Memorial Day with this little black suit!" We can't believe the "Punky Brewster" actress looks like this after four(!) children -- we're definitely looking forward to seeing more swimsuit pics of the 38-year-old this summer! What do you think about Soleil's transformation? Tell toofab in the comment section below and click "Launch Gallery" above to see more celebrity weight loss before and after photos! »
- tooFab Staff
Which way to the beach? Soleil Moon Frye is primed and ready for summer — just in time for Memorial Day weekend! — and to celebrate, she's showing off her svelte bathing suit bod in a sexy cutout one-piece. The Punky Brewster alum, 38, recently dropped an incredible 40 pounds from her 5-foot-1 frame. She did so using Nutrisystem, which she turned to after the February 2014 birth of her third child, son Lyric Sonny Roads Goldberg. "I feel amazing," Frye gushes of her newly slimmed-down bod, which [...] »
If TV Land is experiencing the network version of a midlife crisis, “Younger” marks a promising and more ambitious new direction. Created by Darren Star, the series zeroes in on a generational divide in a broadly comic manner that becomes more interesting and thoughtful as the show progresses, exposing the mistakes people make in their 20s, and the concerns they have about encroaching middle age in their 40s. Not perfect but highly watchable, it’s the kind of signature program that should appeal to its target audience, and perhaps even help chart the Viacom-owned network’s course from “Hot in Cleveland” to whatever comes next.
At the show’s core is a classic romantic comedy setup, which Star (who wrote and directed the back-to-back episodes of the premiere) proceeds to mine and expand upon over the serialized season: Sutton Foster plays Liza, a 40-year-old divorced mom whose 18-year-old daughter is studying abroad. »
- Brian Lowry
On March 15, 1985, ABC debuted Mr. Belvedere at 8:30 p.m. as a midseason replacement airing immediately after that other show about a wise-cracking butler, Benson. The show centered on a proper British butler (Christopher Hewett) adjusting to life working for the Owens family of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. And for six seasons, characters on the show and the people watching them chose not to think too much about how strange it was that a middle-class family would have a live-in butler. The show hit that family-comedy sweet spot right along with Family Ties, Growing Pains, Full House and The Cosby Show, »
- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie
Soleil Moon Frye is one hot mama! The former child star is revealing her stunning 23-pound weight loss thanks to a little help from diet program Nutrisystem. After welcoming her third child, son Lyric, the "Punky Brewster" actress was struggling to get her pre-baby figure back. The 38-year-old is already mom to daughters Poet and Jagger. That's when she turned to the diet program that's helped stars like Soleil's close friend, Melissa Joan Hart, shed the pounds. "For me, I just want to feel great. But carrying an extra 20 plus pounds started to weigh me down – literally,” the actress explained. “I want to encourage moms to feel good about themselves. I think it’s important to empower ourselves. We have kids and we love our kids. But we still have ourselves. And I want to feel like the best version of myself.”Another reason why the star opted for the »
- tooFab Staff
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