This is being passed around as "Man almost saws his own face off on live TV," and at first I thought that was a bit of an exaggeration, but if you look at the slow-motion at the end of this clip, that event did come very close to happening! At the very least, the chainsaw-wielding man should have his chainsaw privileges taken away forever. Also, it's funny that the reporter himself appears to be the person who put this on YouTube. "Someone almost sawed his face off behind me! Totally radical, dudes!"
- linds | The Set – Tue, Nov 8, 2011 6:14 AM PST
- Tara Ariano | The Set – Mon, Nov 7, 2011 3:27 PM PST
No, this isn't a violation at all. (YouTube)As promised, kicky teen Courtney Stodden and her middle-aged husband, Doug Hutchison, appeared today on "Dr. Drew's Lifechangers," a syndicated daytime talk show hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky. And while I thought I was pretty well-versed in all things Stoddison, I learned a lot from the episode.
Stodden first made contact with Hutchison this January, when she expressed an interest in studying acting with him — because who better to teach the craft than the seventh lead from "The Green Mile"? Hutchison says that he and Stodden corresponded for a while before he got in contact with her mother about the possibility of Stodden's coming to Los Angeles, from her home in Washington, to take his course in person. Though he also said he thought at the time that Stodden was in her "late twenties," so why would her mother need to be involved? Fishy. (Dr. Drew did not pursue this incongruity.)Read More »from Courtney Stodden Let Some ‘Doctor’ Examine Her Breasts for ‘Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers’
That thing where afternoon football on CBS keeps running over and causing people to miss half of "The Good Wife" is such an item of national concern at this point that it now has its very own longish article in The New York Times. CBS is doing everything it can to get the word out that people should set their DVRs to tape "The Good Wife" a full hour after its scheduled end time just to be sure, but in the TV times we live in, it's kind of hilarious that a network actually expects their viewers to do an actual extra chore just to watch their show. (And I say this as a fan.) What a predicted-by-everyone predicament!Read More »from As Expected, Football is Ruining ‘The Good Wife’
You need to watch this ad, and then we need to talk about it. Because someone is...Cashin' a Check.Read More »from Mindy Kaling for Healthy Choice: Cashin’ a Check
- linds | The Set – Mon, Nov 7, 2011 12:41 PM PST
Can Bryan Fuller make this guy adorbs? [MGM]We don't tend to write about news that might not end up being real news (like a network buying the rights to look at a script and make a series out of it if they like it, or not if they don't), but this one sounds more interesting than most: NBC has done that with "Hannibal," a potential one-hour drama about Hannibal Lecter, the most famous movie cannibal, to be written and co-produced by Bryan Fuller, producer of such twee shows as "Pushing Daisies" and "Wonderfalls."
If the show makes it onto TV, it will definitely be pushing the envelope of the seemingly neverending anti-hero TV trend. You can say a lot about Tony Soprano, Walter White, and Dexter Morgan, but they never actually ate anyone.
[Deadline]Read More »from NBC Buys Hannibal Lecter Drama From the Creator of ‘Pushing Daisies’
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