Gillian Jacobs waited this long to get her ears pierced — so why not pull that (piercing gun’s) trigger on national TV?
“It’s only fitting that my show should be eaten by one of its children,” says Dan Harmon with a wry smile. As the creator of Community, Harmon cast Ken Jeong and gave him the opportunity to grow as an actor — so much so that Jeong was able to create and star in his own show, Dr. Ken. During shooting, we spoke to them about Community‘s influence on Dr. Ken and whether the fictional Dr. Ken will follow in the real Dr. Ken’s footsteps.
On Monday’s Conan, Joel McHale revealed that he might have started a legal battle with Angela Lansbury and Ken Jeong. McHale explained that in his new book, Thanks for the Money: How to Use My Life to Become the Best Joel McHale You Can Be, he wrote a chapter about gaining fame through starting a celebrity feud. McHale also had to answer for claims he made about his Community co-star, Ken Jeong.
‘Freaks and Geeks’ Bill Haverchuck as Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman His fellow trick-or-treaters may have been unimpressed with Bill's get-up, but this easily hovers near the top of our list of our all-time favorite TV character Halloween costumes. Martin Starr's performance as the comically low-key Bill was always brilliant, but never more so than the scene in which he imagines what Jaime Sommers would wear, carefully applies her makeup (complete with a tissue blotting of the lips after putting on lipstick), carries on a phone conversation, as Jaime, with imaginary Oscar Goldman, and turns down a marriage proposal from Steve "The Six Million Dollar Man" Austin. God, we still miss this show. (Credit: NBC
Community alums Jim Rash and Joel McHale battled it out on Lip Sync Battle, Thursday. The two actors have always claimed to be good friends but judging by the way McHale tormented Rash, one might not quite believe that. Throughout the evening McHale playfully attacked Rash, who repeatedly plead for help from onlookers but to no avail.
If turkey has its own holiday, then pizza definitely deserves one. Round, square, deep-dish, thin crust, plain cheese, the works — however you like it, pizza is a thing of beauty (and deliciousness). Our national obsession with pizza is reflected on television, where characters order in or dine out, flirt with delivery boys (or girls), and even make their own pies (remember Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place?). So, in honor of Pizza Day — which really should be Pizza Decade — here are 10 TV moments when the pie reigned supreme
Because Teachers has been tucked away at 11 p.m. on TV Land on Wednesday night, I wanted to be sure to call your attention to it. A funny sitcom with the good-posture backbone of truth, Teachers is about an over-worked, under-paid, unappreciated group of young, female educators at Fillmore Elementary School. Miss Snap (Katy Colloton) is so vain, she rejects a little child’s crayoned picture of the teacher as too unflattering, sending the kid away with a dismissive, “Let’s consider this a first draft.” Another teacher (Kate Lambert) is asked by a student what a mimosa is.
Listen up, everyone! We’ve got an incoming transmission from the Satellite of Love. The wildly successful Kickstarter campaign to bring Mystery Science Theater 3000 back to the airwaves is entering its final hours, with nearly $4.3 million (and climbing) already in the bank.
"Better Call Saul" and "The Last Man on Earth" star Mel Rodriguez talks about his past roles, including "Enlisted," "Community," and "Gilmore Girls."