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If you're not a fan of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" (Thurs. at 9:00 p.m. Et on TLC) and loathe the Kardashians, tonight's episode of the show might not be right for you. It's Halloween, and the gang is all dressed up as a family you might recognize -- even if none of the neighbors do. But that's not all! To keep it classy, the girls get out the creepy crawlers and exploding fart bags, but in the end, June gets the last laugh. Then, they bring in a medium to find out if the musical snowman is haunted by their dead Nana. On a less ridiculous note, the whole family volunteers at a charity haunted barn. Are you still watching this show? »
- Liane Bonin Starr
June and Sugar Bear need to get busy — at least that’s according to June’s newly-in-love sister Doe-Doe, who has a new squeeze of her own and would like to spread the love, so to speak.
In Thursday’s episode of TLC’s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, June talks longingly (well, as longingly as the Honey Boo Boo’s mom can sound) about how she and Sugar Bear used to “hook, book, get into the bed four or five times a night.” Now they’ve lost that loving feeling.
Maybe some Japanese food with Doe-Doe and her dude will do the trick! »
- Lynette Rice
News that NBC's favourite killer Hannibal is to have his own scent opens up a world of possibilities for branded fragrances. We imagine what else might be in the pipeline
With Mother's Day looming on the horizon, you might already be wondering what gift could best express your love for the woman who brought you into the world. Worry no more. Gaumont International Television, NBC Universal and brand-marketing firm Evolution have announced plans to create a perfume based on the hit NBC show Hannibal. After all, nothing says "thanks for raising me" like a tiny bottle of offal-stinking water with a picture of a serial killer on the front, does it?
Admittedly, if you wanted to overlook the whole murderer thing, this decision does almost make a fraction of sense. After all, Hannibal is an impossibly beautiful show. It's gorgeous to look at. It's an aesthete's programme, and this sensibility »
- Stuart Heritage
“This program will be broadcast in Hds: High Definition Shade.”
So said hostess with the mostess RuPaul, introducing the seven queens competing on Monday’s season 6 premiere, part one. Yep. You heard that right: Seven queens, part one. In an effort to shake it up like a stiff (no longer Absolut) cocktail, Ru changed the game for this edition of Drag Race. For starters, the premiere will take place over two weeks, with one batch of queens arriving the first week and facing elimination. The process will repeat next week because, as Ru put it, “The only thing better than »
- Lanford Beard
RuPaul’s Drag Race kicked off its sixth season with seven contestants battling it out for six available spots in part one of the premiere.
Next week, the premiere will conclude with seven more contestants being put to the test, and finally in week three the surviving 12 will come together for the competition. The two-part premiere is not the only trick RuPaul had up her sleeve. Another big change this season is there will be absolutely no immunity from eliminations.
First things first, RuPaul opened the show with her usual flair and introduced us to the Queens:
Adore Delano, aka Danny Noriega, is perhaps one of the less experienced of the contestants, but she has enough sass to fill any room. Noriega is no stranger to reality tv competition. He was a contestant on Season 7 of American Idol.
Emmys for Honey Boo Boo and "Duck Dynasty"??? during our Emmy video slugfest below. Even though it's still Oscar season, we wanted to take a moment to break down all those rule changes just announcd by the TV academy and make our early predictions. The new changes include the separation of TV Movie and TV Miniseries, the splitting of Best Narrator and Best Character Voice-Over and the creation of Structured Reality Program and Unstructured Reality Program, where it's possible we can see first-time nominations for "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" and "Duck Dynasty" -- oh, the horrors! Some of the other topics discussed during our hour-long gabfest include: Can Harry Shearer finally win a voice-over Emmy for "The Simpsons"? Are the Oscars better than the Emmys because they h »
What's a mother to do with a baby with an extra thumb? That's the question Anna Shannon asks herself in our exclusive clip from TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. Anna's baby, Kaitlyn, was born with two thumbs on her right hand. Now that she's over a year old, it's time to explore her options. Does she have it removed from the baby or keep it around? Mama June is in favor of keeping it. Anna is torn. "It's really frustrating talking to my mom about Kaitlyn's thumb getting removed," Anna says. "I want it removed and Mama don't." Anna's concerned Kaitlyn will be picked on for having an extra thumb. Read: Check Out Honey Boo Boo's Glamorous New »
20) Road Signs
The only thing we know about the future is that it will be different.
Home Box Office has dodged more bullets than Wyatt Earp at the Ok Corral. Going on the satellite in 1975 turned the company from a regional possibility into a national success; then came “hitting the wall” and the challenge of VCRs in the 1980s; and then there was the late 1990s course correction which turned the service into an original series king; and then there was the struggle of the Chris Albrecht years and the WGA strike.
Today, HBO has its big hits – Game of Thrones and True Blood, and its second tier, buzz-making winners like Girls, The Newsroom, Veep and Treme. Medical dramedy Getting On, and Looking – often described as a gay Sex and the City – show the service hasn’t gotten any shyer about trying to tackle provocative subject matter in risky ways. »
- Bill Mesce
The stars of TLC’s “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” are looking to the future. On Thursday’s episode of the hit show, Mama June is encouraging her girls to think about their careers and practice them. That has Anna Aka Chickadee, who wants to go to culinary school, cooking a chicken pot pie for the family. Also read: ‘Little Couple’s’ Jen Arnold’s Cancer in Remission Meanwhile, Lauryn Aka Pumpkin wants to go to cosmetology school. Her theory? “Makeup is like finger painting, no matter what it’s beautiful.” And in an effort to improve her family’s manners, »
- Jethro Nededog
Fa Cup Football: Fulham vs Sheffield United | Inside The Animal Mind | Births, Deaths And Marriages | Rococo: Travel, Pleasure, Madness | Here Comes Honey Boo Boo | Ross Kemp: Extreme World | House Of Fools | The Richard Dimbleby Lecture
Fa Cup Football: Fulham vs Sheffield United
One final chance for an act of giant-killing in a fourth round that has been found wanting on that count. A trip to Craven Cottage should hold no fears for League One outfit Sheffield United: they were the dominant side for much of the first leg, leading 1-0 until the second-half dismissal of their captain Michael Doyle prompted a late Fulham equaliser. Can United finish the job here? The remaining replay, Preston North End v Nottingham Forest, is on BT Sport 1 tomorrow. Gwilym Mumford
Inside The Animal Mind
Chris Packham takes a break from season-watching for this look at nature's brainboxes. Episode two features »
- Gwilym Mumford, Hannah J Davies, Hannah Verdier, Rachel Aroesti, Andrew Mueller, David Stubbs, John Robinson
Boys, for the love of Mama June, please keep your Tic Tac and Skittles away from her girls. In our exclusive preview of the Thursday, Jan. 30 episode of TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Mama June lets Jessica and Anna go on a double date...with the whole family there to chaperone. Ah, young love, monitored by the entire family. The family ventured to an arcade where Alana and Pumpkin (Lauryn) were sent to watch the two couples during a game of laser tag. News: Honey Boo Boo, Mama June and Uncle Poodle Play Drag Queen Bingo at Hamburger Mary's—See the Pics! a "I mean, my biggest concern for the girls, honestly is one of 'em coming up pregnant," Mama June says. "Because Anna already »
Accessibility trumps artistry in “Fed Up,” a formulaic and functional documentary that nevertheless proves effective at getting the message out about America’s addiction to unhealthy food. Focusing specifically on childhood obesity, the insidious practices of big food companies and the lack of political will to address the problems, Stephanie Soechtig’s film is the latest in a long line of call-to-action docs following in the footsteps of “An Inconvenient Truth” (and boasts that film’s executive producer, Laurie David to boot). Slick execution and big-name participants, including narrator Katie Couric and an interview with former President Bill Clinton, puts the pic in prime position to become one of the year’s highest-profile commercial docs.
Couric opens the film with alarmist voiceover — turning her years of reporting stories about the obesity epidemic into a mark of authority on the subject — accompanied by clips from the likes of YouTube and “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo. »
- Geoff Berkshire
They also discover a poop shoot that prompts an, um, colorful discussion about the family bowels. Take it away, Honey Boo Boo… »
- Lynette Rice
Guess what? With age doesn't always come wisdom. In this exclusive clip from the season premiere of "Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor" (airing Thurs. Jan. 16 at 10:00 p.m. on TLC -- right after "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo"), party prep for a 4th of July shindig is temporarily derailed by a neighbor who thinks the gelatin shots taste great -- and, despite warnings to go easy on them, gets hammered. But that's not the extent of the fun in this episode. When Cecil leaves on vacation and puts Becky in charge of Myrtle Manor for the summer, she's immediately »
- Liane Bonin Starr
While we wouldn’t blame you id you didn’t want to actually admit it, there’s probably a very good chance that you’ve seen the wildly-popular TV show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, which basically shows a family’s complete train wreck of a mission in trying to get their daughter various beauty pageant wins. And whether or [&hellip
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Honey Boo Boo »
- Nick Dimengo
Mama June and the "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" family walked away from a head-on collision that resulted in a pretty entertaining holler for 911 -- and some damn yankees learning 'bout Southern home improvement.Smash-ups ain't just for fun, y'all. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Looks like Honey Boo Boo and her family members are on the mend. After the 8-year-old reality star (real name Alana Thompson) and her family were involved in a bad car accident on Monday, Jan. 6, Honey Boo Boo's older sister Jessica "Chubbs" Thompson was spotted heading back to school this morning. The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo stars, including Mama June, Sugar Bear (who was driving the vehicle), Pumpkin, Chubbs and the pint-sized beauty queen were hit by a pickup truck in Milledgeville, Ga. as they were making a left turn at a green light. No one suffered any serious injuries in the wreck, according to the police report, although the family went to the hospital after the crash, complaining »
The cast of TLC's hit series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo was reportedly injured in a serious car accident Monday night, including little Alana Thompson, Aka Honey Boo Boo. Multiple sources report Mama June, Pumpkin, and Jessica, or Chubbs, were all also in the SUV that Sugar Bear was allegedly driving. Reports say the accident occurred after a truck ran a red light and blindsided the family's SUV. TMZ reports Honey Boo Boo's sister Pumpkin has severe chest bruises and is having panic attacks, Mama June has a back and neck sprain, the father Sugar Bear has a back contusion, »
- Newsy, a Newser Video Partner
'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' Stars In Car Crash
Sugar Bear was at the wheel of the family van, driving with Mama June and Honey Boo Boo’s older sisters, Pumpkin and Chubbs. The crash occurred in Milledgeville, Ga., when Sugar Bear attempted to make a left turn on a green light.
A pickup truck coming in the opposite direction struck reality family as Sugar Bear was making the turn, resulting in “dents, scratches, and crush damage to the front grill and driver’s side headlight, as well as a crumpled hood,” for the family SUV, according to the Police report.
The pickup truck reportedly showed “cracks and dents to the front bumper, as »
Lots us of would love to get close to Leonardo DiCaprio, but the actor knows he doesn’t plan to share space with any great white sharks in the immediate future. During an appearance on Ellen, the Wolf Of Wall Street star revealed that he was once almost attacked by a shark while filming Blood Diamond. [People] The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo cast is reportedly recovering from a car accident. Family members, including Honey Boo Boo herself, were injured but are expected to get well soon. [TMZ] It’s been quite a while since Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen as the lead actor on Two And A Half Men, but Charlie apparently hasn’t gotten over it. »
- Rahsheeda Ali
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