Sometimes the perfect thing to wake you up in the morning is a little vulgarity with your coffee. Morning shows usually aren’t rated TV MA L, or even TV 14 L, and waiting around for Tom Hanks to show up and drop an F bomb can get boring, so you have to look elsewhere for your fill of invigorating curse words. Allow Stephen Colbert and Hugh Laurie help you out. More
In high school, I nursed inexplicable crushes on older guys, primarily Hugh Laurie‘s TV character Dr. House. I was a weird kid. But now that The Oranges is out — and actually a good movie — I feel OK about this. More
We’ve always rooted for Leighton Meester to surpass Blake Lively in Hollywood, but it’s tough to compete with superheroes and Mexican drug cartels. Could this indie dramedy The Oranges with its taboo love story be the thing to make Leighton legit? More
With House M.D. going off the air in May, we’ve compiled our favorite clips from the series: Bizarre medical twists, Huddy and Hameron kisses, and the ongoing saga of House’s pain and addiction. More
House creator David Shore and star Hugh Laurie released a statement thanking fans for their dedication: “Over the course of the last eight years, the producers of House have felt immensely honored to be the subject of such close attention by an intelligent, discriminating, humane and thoughtful — not to mention numerous — audience.” More
You may or may not be aware of this, but a movie version of the international musical theatre sensation Les Miserables is currently in the works. This isn’t the first time in recent memory someone has tried to put Victor Hugo’s novel on the screen, but it IS the first time that it’s been done in musical form. And it’s racking up a pretty good cast, too: Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe signed on as escaped con Jean Valjean and Inspector Javert respectively a while ago, and just this week, Anne Hathaway joined the team as Fantine, the ill-fated singer of “I Dreamed a Dream.” So that got us thinking: Who ELSE might shine in this star-studded cast? We have no idea if any of these actors can sing, but hey, that’s never stopped anyone in the past (Sweeney Todd, much?). Here are our picks for the cast of the new Les Mis: More
Dustin Paddock is a network TV veteran with over a decade of prime time production experience under his belt. He is currently the Script Coordinator on FOX’s medical drama House. Dustin met me at Miracle Mile hotspot Sheddy’s in Los Angeles to discuss the highs and lows of the gig, why he refers to himself as “a closer,” and what Hugh Laurie is like in real life. More
GQ honored its Men of the Year last night at an event in London and, unsurprisingly, a ton of handsome men were in attendance — many of whom even have adorable English accents! It’s super rainy here in New York, so I think I’ll spend the rest of my day looking at this gallery and inventing lives with my fantasy boyfriends. Feel free to join me. More
Things I found out recently include the fact that the Kardashian sisters are making their fiction debut in November with a novel entitled Dollhouse. Says Kim, “”The novel is based on our lives but we’ve added a lot of crazy fictional twists and turns. You’ll have to decide for yourself which story lines are true to life, and which ones we dreamed up.” But Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney are far from the only celebs who have tried their hand at novel-writing. I can’t speak as to how much these shining literary achievements owe to a little thing we call ghostwriting, but some of them aren’t so bad. Others… well, take a look for yourselves! More
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For everyone who’s enjoying Glee stars Darren Criss and Kevin McHale alongside Crushable’s spirit animal Rebecca Black in Katy Perry’s new video Last Friday Night (and that should be everyone), but needs something new, we have just the thing: more celebs popping up in music videos. But music video cameos are far from a new invention – these classic videos feature some of our all-time favorite random appearances. More
• Jake Gyllenhaal is shirtless on the cover of Entertaiment Weekly, and here are 49 other pics of him doing similar things. (Buzzfeed)
• A MTF con-woman posed as a doctor and gave fake breast exams to two other women at a bar. Look, if you’re dumb enough to let a tranny give you a breast exam at a bar, having a lesbian massage your boobs is the least of your problems. (MSNBC)
The philosopher Jagger once said “You can’t always get what you want.” If Barbara Barnett, author of Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House M.D. were to finish up that stanza, she might counter with the argument that sometimes some might find that they get what they don’t need. Say for instance, a 429 page Wikipedia entry in book form. Which nobody really needs per say, but as a House fanatic, I am all too happy to display it on my shelf prominently so people can see in book form what TV shows I like to watch. More
What’s the point of having an British accent if you aren’t going to use it? These days, it seems like every-other American TV character is played by a Englishman. From Chuck Bass to Bill Compton, our networks are a testament to the new British Invasion. We don’t begrudge these blokes their roles, but we also wouldn’t mind hearing a little London from time to time. Check out our gallery of the best Brits-as-Americans. More
I have to admit, I’m a little bit wary about the new season of House, which starts up again next month. Like, the dude’s been in rehab already and kicked painkillers, which was always sort of his main character trait (“He’s a genius! But on Vicodin!”)so the show kind of jumped the shark already. But I guess after last season’s non-cliffhanger, the new thing on House will be the diagnostician’s relationship with his boss, Dr. Cuddy. And according to this cover art, we’ll also be finding out that he’s the Grinch. More