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Birthday shoutouts go to Aaron Eckhart, who is 45, Al Jarreau is 73, and Barbara Feldon is 80. In ratings news, The Carrie Diaries held steady, and is on the bubble for renewal.. Karl Urban will star in an untitled futuristic pilot for Fox, produced by Jj Abrams. It's "set in the near future when all Lapd officers are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids." Good Times is the latest classic sitcom to get the big screen treatment..Jane Lynch will star in the web series Dropping The Soap, which "goes behind-the-scenes of faux daytime sudser “Colliding Lives” as the program struggles to stay afloat in the new era of TV." Jane is exec. producing as well, along with the Web Therapy team of Dan Bucatinsky, Don Roos, and Lisa Kudrow. Is Zachary Quinto getting ready to propose to Jonathan Groff? Who wouldn't? »
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"Now according to my mugging app, you're supposed to give the coat, your jewelry, and everything in your parse. I think they meant purse, though."
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Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Alan Cumming (above) is 48, Patton Oswalt is 44, Alicia Keys is 32, Paul The Octopus would have been 5, Eddie Van Halen is 55, Anita Baker is 55, and Michael Trevino (below) is 28.
In ratings news, Glee was up over 30%, and has its second best ratings of the season. In other good ratings news, Days Of Our Lives hit a 21 week ratings high for The Wedding Fallout week of January 14th.Speaking of soaps, »
Beloved drag performer Sherry Vine dropped in on "Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell" on Thursday, appearing as "The Spirit Of Stonewall". Addressing the historical importance of the Stonewall riots -- which were name-checked by Obama in his inaugural address -- Vine explained that it was the first time "the entire gay alphabet stood up against the police and reminded them that we are Americans, too."
Vine went on to reveal the philosophy of her particular civil rights movement: a brick. Watch the clip above, and for more from this episode visit the "Totally Biased" YouTube page. »
- Carol Hartsell
3 items from 2013
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