Every so often a really great show comes along with a really bad name. Which results in fans of the show having to preface everything with, â€śI know the title is stupid, butâ€¦â€ť More
Topic: Bradley Whitford
Unless you spent the whole week watching the premieres of every single episode of everything on TV this week, you may have missed some stuff. (Hopefully not The Event! How can you miss The Event??!) Between Glee, My Generation, The Office, 30 Rock, Boardwalk Empire, Undercovers, Going Wilde, The Good Guys, and…a bunch of other stuff either making their debut or coming back on air, it was hard to keep track of all our old friends and new characters. Luckily, Crushable is here to help. Here’s what you missed: More
When I was about ten years old, my mother sat me down and gave me two pieces of relationship advice: 1. Always use a condom; 2. Never date an actor. I was brash and failed to take her word on the thespian thing (I donâ€™t think this is the proper forum to comment on that first one), and a lot of drama and heartbreak came my way. What can I say? I like the right-brained types. But not the salad-ordering and mirror-staring and hair-gel time that goes along with so many people who perform for a living.
This is why I have a crush on Bradley Whitford. The Good Guys actor seems like the perfect antidote to pretty boy screen stars â€“ not quite a troublemaker, but yet someone still interesting enough to get through dinner at a (non-salad-exclusive) restaurant. Specifically, I fell in love with Bradley Whitfordâ€™s West Wing character, Josh Lyman. Josh was the cranky Deputy Chief of Staff with a heart of platinum who bustled around the Oval Office with a know-it-all attitude. Plus, he totally on-screen dated Mary-Louise Parker â€“ and MLPâ€™s my #1 weird celebrity girl-crush. More
Colin Hanks is starring in Fox’s newest mismatched buddy-cop dramedy, The Good Guys, which would make you think that he’s at peace with his persona as a wise-cracking “snarky” detective. But in a recent conference about his character Jack Bailey (playing opposite Bradley Whitford), Colin confessed some reservations about being seen just as a funny guy. More
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Oh, what will we ever do without Lost? We’ll all have to figure that out after Sunday, when the epic series officially concludes. But fear not, there is plenty of new pop culture to fill the void — right? How about a premiere episode of the new FOX detective show The Good Guys with Colin Hanks? Or an MTV reality show that highlights the horrors of being a new college grad? Well, we tried. More