It’s Best Night Ever for Tuesday, June 27th! Michelle is here to walk you through the best of Tuesday night tv, including Rescue Me, Janice Dickinson’s Modeling Agency, and Last Comic Standing!
In the barren wasteland of daytime television, there is a sparkling oasis of awesomeness known as the “confronting your fears” segments on the Maury Povich Show. In these priceless displays, Maury brings on guests with unusual fears, then forces them to tearfully confront said fear as the audience looks on in sadistic glee. The results are funnier than watching Maury’s wife Connie Chung croon her way through old Sinatra tunes. In this classic example, a young girl is forced to look at and touch pickles, of which she inexplicably has a paralyzing fear:
Didn’t get a chance to catch Click over the weekend? Don’t worry. If it’s anything like the rest of Adam Sandler’s movies, we have a feeling it goes a little something… like this:
Don’t let the title of this game fool you– it has very little to do with dancing and a lot to do with beating the ever-loving s**t out of Kevin Federline in front of his pregnant baby-holding wife and douchey onlookers. Now doesn’t that sound like a whole lot more fun?
As the bouncer of the new and popular night spot Club Douche, your mission is to keep your eyes peeled for Mr. Federline – as he’s guaranteed to stop by and start trouble.
You can play by clicking here. Or you can just hunt down K-Fed and play in person. Whichever you’d prefer.
I have 3 questions about tonight’s Tuesday night lineup: (1) After Fear Factor: Reality Stars finishes up, where does Trishelle go next? She’s officially run out of shows! Is she going to just start showing up in studio audiences to get on camera? I can’t wait to find out. (2) Is Denis Leary forcing himself on his ex-wife in Rescue Me a better or worse career decision than starring in The Ref? And (3) Has everybody given up on The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency? That show has about as much buzz as Pepper Dennis… which is also on tonight! What are the odds?
Well, I know what I’m watching tonight: My Super Sweet 16 on MTV (because it never disappoints) and Last Comic Standing. What about you? What are YOU watching? Vote now!
If you didn’t catch this morning’s two minutes of faux affection and genuine awkwardness as Star Jones formally announced her long forseen departure from The View, here’s the clip so that you can more closely examine the nuances of her co-hosts’ Oscar-worthy portrayals of supportive friendship, and then lament the fact that you’ll never get to see Star and future host Rosie O’Donnell angrily try to eat each other to death.
If you like the Editors and you like free stuff, today’s your lucky day. We here at BWE are going to give away a bunch of Editors merchandise, including a copy of their album The Back Room on CD and vinyl, a rarities CD, and a 7-inch single. You want it? Come and get it.
All you have to do to enter is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you include your name and address so we know where to send your swag. We’ll pick a winner at random by the end of the day. Winner chosen! Thanks for entering.
After you submit your entry, you can watch their video for “Munich” right here. Good luck!
Just because Axl Rose’s abilities as a performer aren’t anywhere near what they were 15 years ago doesn’t mean his childish off-stage hijinx aren’t right back to their prime. First he got into a slap-fight with an aging, effeminate fashion designer during some movie star’s birthday party. Pretty hardcore. Now the cornrowed rocker has gotten himself arrested in Sweden after starting a fight with a woman that resulted in a drunken bar brawl, then biting the leg of the security guard who tried to break the whole thing up. It may not be the 80s, it may not be setting the Sunset Strip on fire, and Axl may no longer be musically or culturally relevant, but you’ve at least got give the guy a B for effort.