It feels like summer. It’s hot, people smell bad, and there’s not a lot on TV tonight. Yep, we’re entering those dog days, folks.
Now if you want to stay inside and enjoy your AC tonight, what’s there to watch? Well, you can’t go wrong with Hell’s Kitchen on Fox, or TNT’s Monday night lineup consisting of Saved and The Closer. ABC Family has a new episode of everybody’s favorite belly-button-less freak Kyle XY, while VH1 updates you on the wherabouts of your favorite Celebrity Fit Clubers with a special Where Are They Now? Me? I’ll be watching the new Real World/ Road Rules Challenge and Fast Inc. on MTV. What are YOU watching during this long, hot summer night? Vote now!
One of the greatest things about the Internet is all the wacky David Hasselhoff miscellany it contains. You’ll just be all clicking around, minding your own business, and suddenly – BAM! – you’re confronted with some random video you never even knew existed that features The Hoff doing something just mind-blowingly insane and Hoff-like. If only the rest of life offered the same sort of unexpected treasures….
If you thought the LA Riots were serious, think again. Or don’t think at all.
Is this movie, The L.A. Riot Spectacular really real? I mean come on; A comedy based on the 1992 LA Riots!?!? And did they really use footage of 9/11 in reverse in the trailer? Is Emilio Estevez really prominently involved? Does Michael Buffer really say “Let’s get ready to riot!!!”? The answer is Yes. Just see for yourself.
Wow. Well, it’s still not offensive as Little Man, I guess.
Despite it’s conservative spin and sensationalistic headlines, chances are you visit The Drudge Report at least semi-regularly. It’s a quick and easy way to see what’s going on in the world at any given moment. But have you ever wished that, instead of breathless headlines reporting the end of days with lots of exclamation points, the site could link to stories about ways in which the world might be changed positively, through peace and love, perhaps using the life and death of John Lennon as an exemplary model from which we might hope to learn and grow? Well thank goodness for gimmicky movie promotions, because this hippie daydream is now a reality – introducing The Grudge Report. Instant Karma’s gonna getcha!
The fine folks over at the AV Club give us a glimpse into the hard knock life of Marcello Mastroianni in their mash-up trailer for 8 1/2 Mile. Frankly, you could put Eminem‘s “Lose Yourself” over live footage of flies banging and we’d still be motivated for an intense Reebok Slide class, but still… this is pretty hilare.
1. At this very moment, Disney bosses are trying to calculate whether or not the Magic Kingdom’s Captain Eo ride could pull in this kind of cash – $62.2 million
2. I can’t decide who’s dumber: the hapless couple who can’t figure out Marlon Wayans isn’t actually an infant, or the people who went to see this who can’t figure out Marlon Wayans is actually an infant – $21.7 million
3. I don’t know about you, but me and Dupree are probably gonna skip this one – $21.3 million
4. Superman Returns, but not with profits – $11.6 million
5. The Devil might wear Prada, but Jesus only wears Land’s End – $10.5 million
Fans of Project Runway and bitchy gay guys, brace yourselves: Season 3 contestant Keith Michael, he of the face like a bird (fine, a cute bird), may have cheated on his Project Runway application. A sharp eye over at Television Without Pity notes the similarities between many of Keith’s portfolio designs compared with those of some major designers, such as Lacoste and Marni. Keith, who fulfills my longtime fantasy of Jude Law and Greg Kinnear making delicious manlove and then producing a skinny, elf-like child, won last week’s challenge with a pretty halter dress stitched out of some blue bedsheets. But according to last week’s previews, we know something major goes down on Wednesday night’s episode, as Tim Gunn‘s brows appear to knit a 13-ply cashmere cardi. (i.e. He looks pissed.) Look at these pics, then decide:
Left: Keith, Right: Giambattista Valli Spring 2006
Left: Keith, Right:Lacoste Spring 2006
Left: Keith, Right: Marni Spring 2006
And you thought Alien Basket Hats would be the highlight of the season! So whaddya think: Will Keith be “Auf’d” from this week’s episode?
It’s Best Night Ever for Sunday, July 16th! Alex is here to walk you through the best of Sunday night TV, including The Chappelle Show, Entourage, and Lucky Louie.
What else happened this week? Well, tune in to Best Week Ever tonight at 11 and all weekend long to find out. Come on, you know you want to.