In David Letterman’s opening monologue of last night’s edition of The Late Show, a recent threat against his life didn’t seem to faze him. In fact, he says he’s used to it.
Can you say creepy?
And you thought space was the final frontier.
Will Ted Danson’s talent give CSI: Crime Scene Investigation the bump in ratings it so desperately wants? Maybe! (Probably not.)
Just like he steered his career off a cliff, reports indicate his TV character might meet a similar demise. Literally.
Sheen gave his stamp of approval to his successor. But will the show succeed as Charlie changes hands?
You know how it is in showbiz: One day it’s all about Hugh Grant, the next Ashton Kutcher. What must Charlie Sheen be thinking?
The show must go on, with or without Charlie Sheen at the helm.
“I shouldn’t be saying this, but he was kind of a brat.”
— MARG HELGENBERGER, actress on CSI, on pop sensation Justin Bieber, who filmed a guest stint on the show; Helgenberger alleged Bieber put his fist through a cake and …
“I thought not only am I going to die, but it’s going to be just a torturous death that’s going to go on forever…”
— LARA LOGAN, CBS Correspondent, on her attack at the hands of a violent mob in Egypt while covering its …
Former cast members of the popular television show Happy Days claim they’re still owed merchandising revenue for their roles on a show that ended in 1984 after airing successfully for a decade. (via CNNMoney)
“Of course, I want my job back so you guys can keep watching the best f___ing sitcom in the world.”
–CHARLIE SHEEN, discussing how he wants to make amends with Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre. Sheen told a New York …