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WWE’s Sasha Banks and Naomi improve flexibility at NYC yoga class

WWE’s Sasha Banks and Naomi improve flexibility at NYC yoga class
WWE star Sasha Banks continues to appear at various spots in NYC. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Kazuki Hirata/HollywoodNewsWire.co

Another Sasha Banks and Naomi sighting has arrived from New York City, as the former WWE Women’s Tag Team champions participated in a yoga class.

Sasha, real name Mercedes Varnado, and Naomi, real name, Trinity Fatu, appeared in several Instagram videos as they performed various stretches under the guidance of instructor Wade Bryant.

In one clip below, Sasha wears a light blue sports bra and purple shorts as she stretches into different positions, including an impressive split using yoga blocks.

Naomi wears purple tie-dye yoga pants and a matching sports bra with dark sneakers as she does matching yoga poses in the background.

At one point during the clip, Bryant helps stretch Sasha from behind. In another part of the video, he’s standing or sitting over her to help with her flexibility.
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‘Gutfeld!’ May Be the New ‘King of Late Night’ for Total Viewers – in Other Ways Not So Much

‘Gutfeld!’ May Be the New ‘King of Late Night’ for Total Viewers – in Other Ways Not So Much
Fox News Channel’s “Gutfeld!” has overtaken the mainstays of late-night network television — including “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” — in average total viewers for August, the first time a cable late-night show has sustained a total-viewership win across an entire month.

Gutfeld!” averaged 2.19 million viewers for August, beating CBS’ “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” at 2.16 million, according to Nielsen Media Research. Trailing in total average viewers were NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” at 1.34 million; ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (on hiatus for part of August) at 1.14 million and Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” with 383,000.

Gutfeld!” has topped individual days and weeks before, but August was a first for any cable show.

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Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 8 Review: Point and Shoot

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 8 Review: Point and Shoot
This Better Call Saul review contains spoilers.

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 8

They called it a break, but it felt more akin to torture. Better Call Saul, amid its sixth and final season, took a month-long hiatus after “Plan and Execution,” a barnburner of an episode that ended with perhaps the most excruciating cliffhanger of the series. A break? I spent the month agonizing over the wait and wondering what could come next. While others were enjoying high temperatures, fireworks, and cookouts, I thought about Howard Hamlin lying lifeless on Jimmy’s apartment floor. I’m exaggerating, but only slightly.

The final episodes — this time we mean it — are finally here, and while a Better Call Saul-shaped hole in my life is on the horizon, I’ve got six weeks to bask in all the Albuquerque-based goodness. “Point and Shoot” begins with a glimpse at the cover-up that will
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What You Need to Know Before the End of ‘Better Call Saul’

What You Need to Know Before the End of ‘Better Call Saul’
Saul Goodman’s first TV appearance was in the Breaking Bad second-season episode titled, appropriately, “Better Call Saul,” which debuted on AMC on April 26, 2009. It has, in other words, been a minute since we met the title character of the great prequel series Better Call Saul, and only slightly less since we met Mike Ehrmantraut, Gus Fring, and several other key figures who have appeared on both shows.

So, as the final Saul season resumes on July 11 after a brief hiatus — with events still taking place roughly four years before
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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Ominous ‘Hit and Run’ Shows What It Takes to Have All the Answers

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Ominous ‘Hit and Run’ Shows What It Takes to Have All the Answers
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 6, Episode 4, “Hit and Run.”]

One of the ways that “Better Call Saul” keeps you on your toes is reminding you that there’s always another corner of Albuquerque to discover. It’s not all trips to the courthouse or rendezvouses at roadside diners or meetings in law firm boardrooms. So when “Hit and Run” opens with a glimpse at suburbia, as seen through the eyes of a pair of neighborhood folks seemingly more concerned with homeowner’s association to-dos than regional drug trafficking concerns, it’s a reminder that the net can always be cast wider.

Of course, these aren’t exactly ordinary residents counting down the days to the next cul-de-sac bake sale. They’re employees in the ever-widening Gus Fring empire, part of a house-sized security detail with one key directive: keep the Chicken Man alive. It’s the early-2000s American Southwest equivalent
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‘Better Call Saul’ Recap: Nacho Libre?

‘Better Call Saul’ Recap: Nacho Libre?
A review of this week’s Better Call Saul, “Rock and Hard Place,” coming up just as soon as I take care of you and the Key Master…

“Adios, papa.” —Nacho

The writers of both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are proud to admit how much each show has been made up as it has gone along, and how many aspects of each were happy accidents. Jesse Pinkman was supposed to die within a few episodes of introducing Walter White to the Abq drug scene, for instance; then Vince Gilligan
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Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 3 Review: Rock and Hard Place

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 3 Review: Rock and Hard Place
This Better Call Saul review contains spoilers.

Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 3

The ballad of Nacho Varga ended not with a whimper, but with a defiant, indignant bang. Ever since Michael Mando’s Nacho graced our screens in the second episode of Better Call Saul, the character has always had a doomed quality about him that has felt more and more inevitable as time went on. Part of that feeling was due to the character’s solemnity for such a young guy, the way that he always dressed well, yet had a somewhat ghastly appearance, and how he rarely talked in a voice that registered above a whisper. There’s also Nacho’s dangerous profession and the company he kept. But mostly, it came back to the same question: How could Nacho survive the events of Better Call Saul if he never appeared or got more than a passing mention in Breaking Bad?
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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: In ‘Carrot and Stick,’ Everyone Takes Their Turn as the Bad Guy

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: In ‘Carrot and Stick,’ Everyone Takes Their Turn as the Bad Guy
[Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 6, Episode 2, “Carrot and Stick.”]

One of Jimmy McGill’s (Bob Odenkirk) greatest strengths is pinpointing people’s relationship to money. It’s a psychological pressure point that he’s used to his advantage when dealing with people who have everything to lose. As someone who fashions himself a bit of a legal vigilante, Jimmy gives himself a steady dose of self-righteousness, justifying a little ethical murkiness if it separates someone from what they didn’t rightfully earn.

So how better to illustrate that “angle called justice” than a reunion with Albuquerque’s quaintest, nine-figure fraudsters, Craig and Betsy Kettleman (Jeremy Shamos and Julie Ann Emery)? Hurtling toward an ending that’ll likely have far more of the latter than the former, the second episode of Season 6 finds room for a blend of tragedy and comedy. Most of it is centered in the husband-and-wife embezzlement duo that
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‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Brilliant ‘Wine and Roses’ Sets the Stage for a Whole Lot of Loss

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: Brilliant ‘Wine and Roses’ Sets the Stage for a Whole Lot of Loss
[Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Better Call Saul” Season 6, Episode 1, “Wine and Roses.”]

So this is how Season 6 begins, not with a Gene but a teardown. Rather than start this final chunk of story with a flash-forward to Jimmy under yet another new identity, remembering instances of regret in his life and pain he has caused others, “Wine and Roses” starts with a headfake. A monochrome cascade of ties (set to the instrumental that helps lend its name to the episode) gives way to a lavish, full-color tour of the erstwhile Chez Goodman, as a full crew works to wipe an ostentatious palace of everything but the wallpaper.

Like each of its season-starting cold opens, it’s a sad reminder of the fate that Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is doomed to face. The tragedy of those Cinnabon scenes isn’t in where he is, it’s what he’s left behind. While this opening sequence
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Better Call Saul Premiere Video: Mike and Gus Face Off Over Nacho's Fate

Better Call Saul Premiere Video: Mike and Gus Face Off Over Nacho's Fate
Better Call Saul is finally coming back after a long layoff — but Nacho is still feeling the heat.

TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at Monday’s Season 6 premiere (AMC, 9/8c), with Mike and Tyrus meeting up with Gus Fring for a debrief on the attempt to assassinate Lalo Salamanca. They don’t know that Lalo is still alive, but Gus is a little suspicious that every mercenary they sent in to kill Lalo ended up dead. “It has been known to happen,” Mike observes with his usual deadpan flair.

More from TVLineBetter Call Saul EP, Bob Odenkirk Preview the Final Season,
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Geraldo Rivera Inks New Multiyear Deal With Fox News

Geraldo Rivera Inks New Multiyear Deal With Fox News
Fox News has signed correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera to a new multiyear deal.

In addition, Rivera will host a new show for the Fox Nation streaming service, Cops: All Access, a recap and retrospective program for Cops.

Fox News revived Cops earlier this month after it was canceled by Paramount Network last year. The new season, which will be the show’s 33rd, will debut on Fox Nation Oct. 1. Joining Rivera on the recap show will be Corporal Eli Serrano of the Marion County Florida Sheriff’s Office, who is featured on the new season, as well as Fox Nation hosts Lara Logan and Tyrus.

Rivera, who joined Fox ...
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Better Call Saul: Will Walt and Jesse Appear in Season 6?

Better Call Saul: Will Walt and Jesse Appear in Season 6?
Ever since Better Call Saul premiered on AMC in 2015, fans of the Breaking Bad spinoff have been clamoring for a cameo appearance from the original show’s two main characters, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). The actors themselves have been asked about it seemingly the entire duration of the prequel series’ run. Both Cranston and Paul have been game to join the cast for a short appearance, but the years just keep going by without any tangible proof that anything will come to fruition.

Anticipation for their arrival has continued to boil over as other characters from Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s universe have shown up on screen. DEA agent Hank Schrader had a multi-episode storyline in the fifth season of Better Call Saul and was an integral part to the middle of the season’s plot. Cameos tying the two shows together have been
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Britt McHenry, Fox News Settle Harassment Lawsuit

Britt McHenry, Fox News Settle Harassment Lawsuit
Fox News and Britt McHenry, a former on-air personality who joined the cable-news outlet after a stint at ESPN, have parted ways after reaching a settlement in a long-running harassment lawsuit, according to the network

“While Fox News is confident it would have prevailed in the lawsuit, we are pleased that we have been able to resolve this matter without further litigation,” the network said in a statement.

McHenry filed suit against Fox News in late 2019, alleging she had been denied opportunities at the company after reporting claims she was sexually harassed by her former co-host, George Murdoch, who is also known as Tyrus. He continues to work for Fox News.

McHenry’s suit, filed in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York, had asked for a jury trial as well as more than $75,000 in damages.

At issue were claims by McHenry that Murdoch sent her harassing texts.
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Britt McHenry Departs Fox News As Settlement Reached In Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Britt McHenry Departs Fox News As Settlement Reached In Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
Britt McHenry is departing Fox News after reaching a settlement with the network over her sexual harassment claim against the network and fellow contributor Tyrus.

McHenry filed the lawsuit in December, 2019, claiming that Tyrus, whose real name is George Murdoch, engaged in inappropriate behavior that included sexually charged text messages.

The parties filed a stipulation for voluntary dismissal of the case on Monday in federal court.

McHenry said in a statement, “I am very proud to have to stood up for my rights and hope that I have empowered other women to do the same. Although I fully stand by the truth of my allegations, I am pleased to put this matter behind me and move forward with my career.”

A Fox News spokesperson confirmed McHenry’s departure.

Fox News Media issued a statement, “While Fox News is confident it would have prevailed in the lawsuit, we are pleased that
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‘Nwa: Powerrr – Episode 5×05’ Review

‘Nwa: Powerrr – Episode 5×05’ Review
Welcome to this week’s Nwa: Power review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and I’m back to reviewing the National Wrestling Alliance every week. It is nice to be back at the original wrestling league/body and its World Title, which is the only championship that actually means anything. I’m going to be honest with you here. I don’t give a s—t about the other wrestling leagues. I care about the wrestlers and the matches, but promotions don’t matter to me. The only exception is The Nwa, since it is the original and the source of the vast majority of wrestling history. There isn’t a moment in WWE history that isn’t eclipsed in some manner by the most fleeting instance in the glory years of The Nwa. I wish Billy Corgan would start showing The Nwa the proper respect. He
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‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 27th 2021)

‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 27th 2021)
Welcome to this week’s Nwa: Power review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have Nick Aldis rubbing his crotch on his own forehead in a record-breaking self-tea bag maneuver worthy of completely ignoring. Trevor Murdoch fights for his right to not be suspended for thirty days without pay, like Goofy after he got caught f—king Minnie. Pot Cookie Monster wants to know where that hash is man. Nwa gets goin’ on like a badonkadonk right now!

[Author’s Note: Tyrus and Thom Latimer, respectively accused of sexual harassment and assault, are present on this show and, while not found guilty or innocent of their alleged crimes in a court of law, if their presence alarms or upsets you, then viewer discretion should be advised]. Match #1: Kratos vs. Sal Rinauro (no contest)

The Score: 0 out of 10 Match #2: The Pope def. Tyrus – Nwa World Television Championship Match
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‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 20th 2021)

‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 20th 2021)
Welcome to this week’s Nwa: Powerrr review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Susan Sarandon and her army of Tim Robbins robots are at the door! SS: I’m a great actor! Tim Robbins Robots: …and the Oscar goes to… SS: I have huge tits! Robots: Size Double Z Tittiezzzzzzz!!!!!!! SS: I f–ked a moron for twenty years! Robots: Penis is warrantied! Me: Why are you always farting? SS: My secret! Aaaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (explodes) Robots: Freedom! Stinky, stinky freedom! Me: Powerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…starts after all those damn Rs. Billy Dorgan is a dumbass.

[Author’s Note: Tyrus and Thom Lattimer appear in this show and have been accused of rape and assault respectively. Both men have not been found guilty or innocent of their alleged crimes in a court of law. If you are alarmed or upset by the presence of the accused, then viewer discretion is advised]. Match #1: Sal Rinauro def.
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Anthony Fauci Blasts Tucker Carlson’s Vaccine Comments As “Crazy Conspiracy Theory”; Fox Host Says He’s Not Against Covid-19 Shots But Questions Effectiveness

Anthony Fauci Blasts Tucker Carlson’s Vaccine Comments As “Crazy Conspiracy Theory”; Fox Host Says He’s Not Against Covid-19 Shots But Questions Effectiveness
Anthony Fauci blasted Tucker Carlson after the Fox host, questioning the effectiveness of the Covid-19 vaccine, told viewers that “maybe it doesn’t work, and they’re just not telling you that.”

In an appearance on CNN on Wednesday, Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden, said, “That’s just a typical crazy conspiracy theory. Why would we not tell people if it doesn’t work?” He pointed to the “overwhelming data” that the three vaccines that have been approved for emergency use, with tens of thousands of people in a clinical trial “with an overwhelming signal of efficacy. So I don’t have any idea of what he is talking about.”

Fauci is the longtime director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

On his show on Wednesday, Carlson keyed in on the Fda and CDC recommendation that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine be
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‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 6th 2021)

‘Nwa: Powerrr’ Review (Apr 6th 2021)
Welcome to this week’s Nwa: Powerrr review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and Mark Wahlberg is here. Why? Mark Wahlberg: I’m Mark Wahlberg bitch! Me: Oh God. He’s talking. Mw: I’m an actor. Me: Oh God. He’s talking. Mw: I like rap! Me: Oh God. He’s still talking. Mw: I sleep a lot! Me: Really? Show me. I’ll pay you. Mw: My brother f—ks Jim Carrey’s leftovers! Me: That’s a way of putting that. Mw: My dip-s—t brother runs my family’s burger shop, Wahlburgers! Me: There’s a scary thought. Mw: I didn’t blind that guy! Me: That’s not what…everybody said. Mw: Pocahontas! Me: Oh God. He’s talking. Do you even like wrestling? Mw: John Cena! Me: Do…don’t do that. I said “wrestling”, not bull-s—t. Mw: John Cena is great!
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‘Gutfeld!’ Debuts To 1.69 Million Viewers, Winning Time Slot Over Cable News Rivals

‘Gutfeld!’ Debuts To 1.69 Million Viewers, Winning Time Slot Over Cable News Rivals
Greg Gutfeld’s Gutfeld!, billed as a Fox News Channel alternative to late-night comedy, debuted to 1.69 million viewers and 318,000 in the adults 25-54 demographic.

That was enough to beat its cable news rivals at 11 p.m. Et, according to Nielsen numbers released by Fox News. MSNBC’s The 11th Hour with Brian Williams had 1.21 million viewers and 183,000 in the 25-54 demo, while CNN Tonight with Don Lemon posted 678,000 and 190,000 in the 25-54 demo.

Gutfeld! took the place of a newscast at 11 p.m. Et, Fox News@Night, which moved to midnight, with 879,000 total viewers and 187,000 adults 25-54. MSNBC’s replay of The Rachel Maddow Show posted 880,000 total viewers and 125,000 in the 25-54 demo. CNN, with a replay of Anderson Cooper 360, had 562,000 viewers and 161,000 adults 25-54.

Fox News said that the Gutfeld! debut topped the year-to-date average of other late-night shows except for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but the
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