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"Obviously talent is in her veins," Val told Et's Kevin Frazier, pointing out that Rumer's parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have both had famous dance scenes throughout their careers. Bruce's came on the TV show Moonlighting, while Demi dazzled fans in Striptease.
Aside from taking home a mirrorball trophy, Val's primary focus is pleasing Rumer's parents.
"They're her parents and I want to make them proud because they're her parents," Val said. "Not what their names are or what their personal accomplishments are but more about what parents are to their children."
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Cheers are in order for James L. Burrows and Robert Butler, joint recipients of the inaugural Directors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award in Television. The honor will be presented to both directors at the 67th annual DGA Awards.
For Burrows, whose directing credits in television include landmark series such as “Taxi,” “Cheers,” “Will & Grace,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “The Millers,” the award is a culmination of an illustrious career marked by myriad professional high points, the first of which was his very first created by credit on the 1982 “Cheers” pilot.
“To get a ‘created by’ credit on that show — the Charles brothers were gracious enough to give me that — was so memorable,” says Burrows, eight episodes shy of directing 1,000 over the course of his career. “To see these characters that were thought up by the three of us first appear in front of a live audience and for the audience »
- Malina Saval
A quick review of tonight's "Gotham" — and thoughts on future reviewing plans for the show — coming up just as soon as I believe a giant bullfrog lives in my abdomen, controlling my thoughts... "Rogues' Gallery"(*) was relatively streamlined as "Gotham" episodes go, with a bunch of characters (Bruce, Alfred, Nygma, Falcone) absent, and with the Crime of the Week taking up so much focus that the appearances by everyone save Gordon and Bullock felt like cameos. Too often, the show suffers from trying to do too many things at once, which wasn't really the case here. (*) "Gotham" continues to make weird choices with episode titles, whether naming them after characters who barely appear or, here, naming it after a group that won't exist until long after the show ends. (Technically, Penguin and Catwoman are in this one, but only one of them going by their supervillain alias.) The problem with keeping things simple, »
- Alan Sepinwall
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