Andy Richter Invading My Universe

by Angel Cohn October 15, 2008 1:42 pm
Andy Richter Invading My Universe

I kind of adore Andy Richter. I loved him on Conan. Andy Richter Controls the Universe was must-see TV for me, I even watched most of Andy Barker, P.I., and I thought he was sweet as a dopey divorcee on New Adventures of Old Christine ... though my love didn't extend enough to make me watch more than one episode of Quintuplets. Anyway, I'm excited now because he's going to be on an episode of Bones, which I watch weekly and end up blogging about a lot. I look for any excuse, really. EW's Ausiello says the Richter episode in January (or some other far off date) will be circus themed, and I'm still kind of freaked out by the creepy clowns on last week's Pushing Daisies, so I hope that since he's the ringmaster he keeps them under control. Or at least that one of the corpses is a clown. That would ease my irrational fear.

Today's TWoP News: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

by Ethan Alter October 24, 2012 3:30 pm
Today's TWoP News: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The countdown to the Mariah Carey/Nicki Minaj deathmatch begins in January.

Neil Patrick Harris Singing About Prop 8 = Awesome

by Angel Cohn December 3, 2008 2:23 pm
Neil Patrick Harris Singing About Prop 8 = Awesome

Neil Patrick Harris singing about anything is pretty much all it takes to make me happy (see my summer ramblings about Dr. Horrible). We don't lovingly refer to NPH as our patron saint around the office for nothing. He does magic, he can sing, he's Barney, he used to play a doctor on TV. Just all around awesome. So of course I was going to love the latest offering from Funny or Die. They had the amazing Marc Shaiman (he wrote all of those infectiously addictive songs for Hairspray) cook up a special musical number about the Prop 8 controversy. It's a joyful and silly star-studded affair and has succeeded in finally getting me out of my funk.

Better Off Ted: Don’t You Die On Me!

by Zach Oat March 19, 2009 12:01 am
<i>Better Off Ted:</i> Don’t You Die On Me!

Better Off Ted premiered last night, and I'm already getting ready to bid it a fond farewell. Not because I dislike it -- far from it. I'm saying good-bye now because the show, created by Victor Fresco, feels a hell of a lot like his previous office-based, single-camera series, Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Andy was amazing, and this show is almost as amazing, but Andy only lasted 19 episodes -- a decent run, I suppose, but that's less than a season by most counts, and if Ted lasts as long as Andy did, I will consider it a success. Because, like Andy, Ted may be too smart for the room. (Not my room, but other rooms. Not that I think that other people are stupid, but... a lot of them are.)



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