Brian Brown is not afraid of Fred Karger, Michele Bachmann happy to be mistaken for Miley Cyrus, nude Brendon Urie likes “Girls/Girls/Boys”
Enver Gjokaj was my favorite part of Dollhouse. The scene where his personality gets flipped for a slutty teenage girl in the nightclub is one of the greatest scenes in television. So I’m thrilled that he’s taken on a recurring role on Witches of East End as a novelist.
This is why you never eat random “food” you find on the floor of a television studio.
Do we have to all be coupled up? Why do people think we need a partner to be complete, because I’m with this guy.
Congratulations to two time gold medalist soccer stars Abby Wambach and Sarah Huffman, who got married this weekend in Hawaii.
Billy Magnussen is coming back to television as the wealthy, driven middle son on HBO’s pilot Money. I’m assuming since this is HBO we’ll be getting some bare butt action here.
If you’re wondering if Rep. Michele Bachmann’s brainpower is representative of her constituents, her comments on the Miley Cyrus parody on Saturday Night Live should clear that up for you. “I have a good sense of humor and I never take that personally. The Monday after Saturday Night Live aired, we had a lot of calls to the office, and we had people think that was me. And let me tell you, as a 57-year-old woman, it’s been a long time since I’ve been confused for a 20 year old.”
Brian Brown is upset that Fred Karger has asked the State Department to review if he broke the law by consulting with the Russians on the gay adoption law. “It is laughable how little he understands that in America we’re free to stand up and speak for things like traditional marriage around the world.” Oddly, this is one instance where there are limits on free speech, like when you’re collaborating with a hostile government on their soil. I don’t expect this to go anywhere legally, but eventually enough stink is going to attach itself to Brown that no one will fund him anymore.
The world is being deprived of Nick Jonas’ arms. And butt. The Jonas Brothers have canceled their tour because they’re fighting like, well, brothers. They can’t agree on whether they’re a pop band or a rock band, and if they can’t hash this out, they’re done.
John Palermo, X-Men producer and former producing partner with Hugh Jackman had quite a Facebook page, with hits like “I’m crazy about Julie Chen!!! Now that her eyes are finally open, she should leave Monster Moonves.” He also commented on Anderson Cooper attending the opening of his boyfriend’s new bar, the Atlas Social Club with “#SmellsLikeLubeAndHIV.” He claims he was trying to provoke some thought, but missed the mark big time.
Here are 11 NSFW ideas for Halloween costumes for your peen.
The Washington Judicial Commission has “admonished” a Superior Court judge who refused to perform ceremonies for same sex couples for religious reasons. The rub seems to be that he kept performing ceremonies for opposite-gender couples, so he ran afoul of discrimination laws. His punishment is the mildest available under the law, and now he won’t perform any ceremonies. Does anyone else think that judges, paid by tax dollars, should have to perform the duties of their office regardless of their personal views? Even taking into account who pays his salary, doesn’t this put a shadow over whether any case involving GLBT folks can be decided impartially?
Stephen Fry, who revealed a suicide attempt due to his bipolar disorder, says he’s doing much better now. “I’m on a course of medication for the first time in my life that really seems to be working.”
Pope Francis has called an “extraordinary synod” to deal with family and marriage. The idea is to unify teachings of the church on family, marriage, divorce and communion. I’m not holding my breath that he’s going to take the bishops to account for their focus on women and homosexuality, but there’s always a chance.
Peter Davison says that Steven Moffat is aware that he’s running up against the 12th and final generation of The Doctor, but is working on a script to get around the issue. “I know people are worried about it, but I think there will be a way around that rule. I know that Steven has put in the groundwork already in an episode so that there can be more.”