Three Wise Guys (2005 TV Movie)
1 | Did Haven‘s black goo balls perchance make anyone else think of the Vermicious Knids from Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator…? No? Just our grade-school selves?
2 | Has everyone recovered yet from the pain that was Saturday Night Live‘s “Three Wise Guys” sketch?
3 | If Revenge’s Daniel managed to overhear Emily incriminating herself before shooting her,
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Mandela Sign Language Interpreter Cold Open
The "SNL" opening sketch is often a snoozer -- something political-themed and not laugh out loud funny -- but Kenan Thompson as a "sign language" interpreter gesturing nonsense behind Jay Pharoah's President Obama was hilarious.
Nailed it -- we assumed Goodman would sing in his monologue, though it wasn't a folky "Inside Llewyn Davis" tie-in, instead a duet with Thompson on the surprisingly catchy "All I Want for Christmas is Booty."
Guy Fieri Christmas Special
This commercial for a completely insane faux
Based on John Goodman‘s hosting gig on this week’s Saturday Night Live — no lie, it was his 13th time on the job — I’m pretty much convinced the answer is “yes.”
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Indeed, Goodman was saddled with such grimly unfunny material, I half wondered if the Grinch had arrived at Studio 8H, loaded all of this week’s punch lines into a sack and took ‘em back up the chimney. Or maybe he just hurled ‘em into a blazing fire.
And while you’d think/hope it
Obama On Mandela Funeral
Jay Pharoah reprised his impersonation of Barack Obama in Saturday Night Live’s cold open, while Kenan Thompson played the now infamous fake sign language interpreter from Nelson Mandela's funeral. Kate McKinnon joined him at the podium as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and asked for a selfie with the president, saying, “I feel like you kind of owe me after that wiretapping mein cell phone thing.”
Dearborn Community Playhouse Holiday Pageant
Donning a Midwestern accent, Goodman played a doctor who moonlights as a snowflake in the Dearborn Community Playhouse Holiday Pageant. As he teetered back in forth, he was joined by Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer and Thompson. All of the snowflake dancers were heard in voiceover cursing themselves for
The NCIS star has signed on for the network’s first original movie since the 2005 flick Three Wise Guys. In Certain Prey, Harmon will play Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief Lucas Davenport, who is on the trail of a hit-woman, all the while being hunted himself by a crazed killer. Certain Prey is the tenth book in a series of Lucas Davenport-led Prey novels by author John Sanford.
The script for Certain Prey was written by Chris Gerolmo (Citizen X, Mississippi Burning), and will be produced by Harmon, Michael Jaffe and Howard Braunstein. Harmon’s role as producer and star is no doubt a suitable perk linked to his recent resigning with his top-rated CBS drama ...
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