Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on
the week at TheWrap. In this episode: Ben Silverman leaves NBC (only in
Hollywood can you fail miserably and get a promotion!), Jack Nicholson gone
boating in France (he's taking up all of France) and Barack Obama,
whose life-size stand-ups at Dulles Airport have dropped in price from $40 to
$9.99 (imagine, the president, a blue-light special!). So sit your tookus down
and watch ... CLICK HERE TO READ THE WRAP STORY
You gotta love Reality TV...Yeap...what barrels they must scrape to get the latest Crap weare offered to watch...
Lorenzo Lamas hadn't spoken to son A.J. since 2003 -- about the
same time published reports say the young soap star was bedding his
dad's fourth ex-wife, stripper Shauna Sands.
Luckily, their touching "reconciliation" is being documented by the cable channel for this season's reality-wreck "The Lamas Life."
THE show which began filming in LA just three weeks ago, also
peeks into the private lives of ex-wife Michelle Smith and daughters
Dakota (an aspiring-but-awful singer) and Shayne (who recently "won"
ABC's "The Bachelor").
B.J. Novak - 30 (Ryan on "The Office" . . . and writer extraordinaire. He went from being Michael's INTERN to being Michael's BOSS . . . then back to being a TEMP.)
Dean Cain - 43 (Dean demolished Brooke Shields' hymen faster than a speeding bullet. He deflowered her when they were both horny students at Yale.) (--True.)
J.K. Rowling - 44 (Brilliant British writer who gave us "Harry Potter" . . . and who is now RICHER THAN THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND. It's probably no coincidence that in the books, Harry's birthday is also July 31st.) Wesley Snipes - 47 (Tax cheat.Actor and did Drag once)
Bill Berry - 51 (Former drummer for R.E.M. He had to quit in 1997 after a brain aneurysm.)
Michael Biehn - 53 (Kyle in "The Terminator", Corporal Hicks in "Aliens", the sheriff in "Planet Terror" AND he is Val Kilmer's "huckleberry", Johnny Ringo, in "Tombstone".)
Alan Autry - 57 (Captain Bubba Skinner on "In The Heat Of The Night" . . . and he was the mayor of beautiful Fresno, California, from 2001 to January of this year.)
Barry Van Dyke - 58 (Dick's son; Detective Steve Sloan on "Diagnosis Murder".)
Gary Lewis - 64 (Son of Jerry Lewis, and leader of Gary Lewis & The Playboys. Biggest hits: 1965's "This Diamond Ring" and 1966's "Everybody Loves A Clown".)
Ted Cassidy - (1932 - 1979) (Lurch on "The Addams Family" TV series.)
1942 - Harry James and his band recorded "I’ve Heard that Song
Before." Helen Forrest sang the song.
1964 - Jim Reeves died when his single-engine Beechcraft crashed
near Nashville, TN.
1969 - A Moscow police chief reported that thousands of Moscow
telephone booths had been made inoperable by thieves who
had stolen phone parts in order to convert their acoustic
guitars to electric.
1971 - A security guard was stabbed to death at New York's Forest
Hills Stadium on the second night of the Who's U.S. tour.
1976 - Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper" was released
1976 - Orleans' "Still The One" was released.
1979 - James Taylor played a free concert in New York's Central
Park to help the city's campaign to restore the park's
1980 - John Phillips (Mamas and Papas) was arrested by the FBI for
possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to five years in
prison. He lectured against drugs for 250 hours as an
1981 - Debra Harry released the solo album "Koo Koo." Harry was
the singer for the group Blondie.
1995 - Selena's "Dreaming of You" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard
chart. It was her first English album. Selena became the
first Latin artist to debut at No. 1.
I get so upset when people attack our President... I ask anyone of the chronic bithers to move in and take over his job..
You would have never ever seen Dumb a a rock bush brains...do what he did today...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is hailing his meeting with professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and policeman James Crowley as a "friendly, thoughtful conversation."
In a statement after the three men and Vice President Joe Biden
chatted over beers, Obama said he learned that Gates and Crowley had
already spent some time talking with each other. He called that "a
testament to them."
Said Obama: "I have always
believed that what brings us together is stronger than what pulls us
apart. I am confident that has happened here tonight, and I am hopeful
that all of us are able to draw this positive lesson from this episode."
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