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"RuPaul's Drag Race" is coming back March 2 with a judging panel consisting of veterans RuPaul and Michelle Visage and newcomers Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews. Exciting! Personally I will miss Santino Rice's snarly angst, but he's had a good run. More exciting: The announced guest judges this season are pretty thrilling. Kathy Griffin is back along with Olivia Newton-John, Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, and John Waters. Pretty damn smashing. But before season seven gets under way, let's make sure to proclaim which celebrities Still need to join RuPaul and criticize the fabulous dames of his runway. 1. Tim Gunn Here's my problem with Tim Gunn on "Project Runway": I truly believe he is holding back. He comes from a distinguished academic background and taught at Parsons for years. He knows biting, incisive criticism. Not that he goes easy on "Project Runway" contestants, but he could certainly be grimmer and more subversive. »
- Louis Virtel
Star Trek: The Next Generation goes way off template with shore leave/parental visit episode, Family...
Warning: this review contains spoilers.
The Enterprise is in drydock (well, space-drydock), getting repairs following the Borg attack, when the crew decides to take some well-earned shore leave.
As Picard prepares to visit home, Troi stands around doing what is basically a parody of Freudian psychoanalysis ("Going home? Interesting choice. How does that make you feel?") to the point where it's almost a miracle he doesn’t fire her there and then. And as if that level of badgering wasn't improper enough, she kisses him on the cheek before wishing him a good trip. Counsellor, your position has been upgraded to inappropriate.
On Earth, Picard has arrived in France, or as it is known in the future, RoboFrance 29. As he walks up to the Picard residence, Picard bumps into his nephew, Rene, and then his sister-in-law Marie. »
Paul Newman’s salad dressing enterprise is common knowledge, but did you know about these 25 businesses run by Hollywood stars?
What do big-time movie stars get up to in their spare time? While their fictional counterparts might enjoy chopping wood or getting hosed down by friendly females (more on that here), actors themselves have a tendency towards wacky entrepreneurial ideas and hefty industrial investments.
Looking at our findings from some rigorous research (read: Googling), it seems that you can divide famous actors into a handful of groups – those who are trying to do something good for the world, those who are trying to break into internet megabucks and those who like opening restaurants.
Without further chit-chat, here’s a breakdown of which stars are behind which brands which you may or may not know and love…
Here’s a brilliant one to start off with »
Before Anna Chlumsky's comic timing returns to television in the fourth season of Veep in April, it is making its debut on the Broadway stage in You Can't Take It with You. Chlumsky stepped into the James Earl Jones-starring production of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's 1936 play Tuesday. She replaces Rose Byrne as Alice, the play's romantic heroine, who is the most down-to-Earth member of the zany Sycamore family. Their wacky proclivities are drawn into even sharper focus when Alice brings home her beau from a tony family. EW spoke to Chlumsky, who had just wrapped the her HBO show, »
- Esther Zuckerman
4 items from 2015
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