Oh, Alec Baldwin — and to think you once (still?) have New York City mayoral ambitions! When we heard you threw a hissy fit after that unnamed American Airlines flight attendant tried to come between you and your game of "Words with Friends," we thought, OK, he must've had his reasons.
Sometimes, you just have to go with the flow. That's what NBC anchor Brian Williams must have been thinking Tuesday night as his NBC newscast was interrupted by a fire alarm from a neighboring floor.
Sure, Thanksgiving Day provides us with an excuse to gorge ourselves on turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, but the reason for celebrating — the pilgrims coming over on the Mayflower — hardly measures up to the patriotic achievement of another day: Evacuation Day.
First Rick Perry, now this. Republican presidential hopeful and former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain couldn't seem to gather his thoughts (assuming there were any to gather) when the editorial board of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked him if he liked how Obama handled Libya.
Even if today's date needed some other number besides 1 to be written (although, more precisely, it's 11/11/2011 — not as much fun), it would still be a special day to many people. The Immortals, starring a lot of beautiful men and Mickey Rourke, hits theaters today.
Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain's latest campaign video begins rather normally — Cain's chief of staff, Mark Block, talks to the camera about Cain's virtues. But at about two thirds of the way through the minute-long ad, something weird happens.
In the days leading up to the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards, Glee's Jane Lynch was generally thought of as a solid choice as host. Like previous Emmy host Ellen DeGeneres, to whom she bears obvious comparisons, she is both funny and likable, and just happens to star on one of TV's most popular shows.
With so much fuel to feed their funny flames, comedians participating in the highly anticipated Roast of Charlie Sheen are expected to bring down the house when the special airs on Comedy Central September 19.