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  • Which Game Show Staples Are Still Alive?

    Posted Oct 23rd 2009 at 03:50 PM by Scott Harris

    Yesterday, the television world was saddened to learn of the death of comic legend Soupy Sales, who passed away at the age of 83. For many fans, though, the news was especially surprising for one simple reason: they thought he was already dead. As Sales proved, being out of the public eye doesn't always mean you're gone for good. Here is a little something to brighten this otherwise sad...

  • Top SNLers Who Blew Up. Or Blew Out

    Posted Oct 23rd 2009 at 12:40 PM by Dino Sossi

    Fame can be a b---h. One moment, as John Lennon once said, you're "more popular than Jesus." The next, no one is returning your calls. The transition from obscurity to popularity to invisibility can happen faster than a New York minute. And one place where that phenomenon has happened more often than most is at 'Saturday Night Live.' Some people quickly become big stars and then fizzle after they...

  • 'Glee' Wish List: What Music the Club Should Cover Next

    Posted Oct 22nd 2009 at 01:05 PM by Melissa Daniels

    Each week, the 'Glee' club of McKinley High put on amazing productions as they rehearse, perform and prepare for their sectional competitions. With genres ranging from musical theater to country to hip-hop, the group has had as much success with energetic, classic rock songs as they have with sweet and soulful ballads. Here's 10 picks we think make great choices for Will Schuester to assign to...

  • TMI? LeAnn Rimes and Music's Top 10 Oversharers

    Posted Oct 16th 2009 at 04:08 PM by Jo Piazza

    Country crooner LeAnn Rimes has had tongues wagging this year over her steamy affair with her married co-star Eddie Cibrian and subsequent split from hubby Dean Shemeret. Now she is spilling her side of the story on her new album due out in the spring. "Most of the stuff I've written [myself], so it's definitely my life," Rimes, 27, told People magazine. "Part of my therapy is to write," she...

  • Great '30 Rock' Celebrity Cameos

    Posted Oct 15th 2009 at 02:57 PM by Scott Harris

    For decades, 'Saturday Night Live' was the place where stars went to show off their funny sides and allow fans and viewers to see them in a different light. So it should come as no surprise that NBC's flagship comedy 30 Rock' - which was created by 'SNL' alumni and revolves around an 'SNL'-style variety show - has taken over the mantle of the hot place to find your offbeat celebrity cameos. ...

  • Great New York City Movies

    Posted Oct 15th 2009 at 02:00 PM by Scott Harris

    New York City. When you read those words, a dozen images spring instantly to mind, thanks to the movies that for the past century have been singing the praises -- and exploring the dark side -- of the Big Apple in theaters all around the world. And as the new anthology 'New York, I Love You' shows, the city itself is often the most important character in these films....

  • Cliffs, Pretzels and Baked Beans: Our Favorite Celebrity Death Hoaxes

    Posted Oct 13th 2009 at 10:00 PM by Marc Schneider

    If all celebrity death reports over the years turned out true (Zach Braff alive!), we'd have lost three big stars to the cliffs of New Zealand by now. Britney Spears would have met her maker thanks to a pretzel truck. And let's just say that Urkel's wake was closed casket. Hoaxes can be random, fun, disturbing. They also lift from common themes. Some of our favorites, starting with ... Deadly...

  • Casting Ideas for Other Comedian Biopics

    Posted Oct 13th 2009 at 11:40 AM by Tom Ganjamie

    With the news that Marlon Wayons will be playing comic great Richard Pryor in an upcoming biopic, we at PopEater starting thinking about what other actors should be cast as some of America's comic legends. Here are ten funny people and their young Hollywood counterparts. ...

  • More Movies That Should Get 3-D'd

    Posted Oct 5th 2009 at 02:40 PM by PopEater Staff

    If you haven't heard the news, let us help you out: 3-D movies are all the rage. It's not the first time in movie history - since the release of 'Bwana Devil,' the movie widely considered the first American 3-D feature, there have been bouts of 3-D mania. Look at this weekend's box office report and you'll see two of the top three slots claimed by 3-D movies 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs' and...

  • Best 'Sesame Street' TV Spoofs, By Genre

    Posted Oct 1st 2009 at 11:00 AM by PopEater Staff

    'Sesame Street' spoofs (or parodies) of popular TV shows have always been clever and savvy, especially when they emerge at the exact time the inspired program is at its buzziest. This week, the PBS stalwarts brought the awesomeness with their very literal take on AMC's advertising drama, 'Mad Men.' Over the years, 'Sesame Street' has pretty much covered every show style, from game shows to...

  • Top 'Gossip Girl' Episode Moments That Would Never Happen in Real Life

    Posted Sep 30th 2009 at 06:03 PM by Amber James

    Although 'Gossip Girl' continues to enchant us with juicy story lines and fashionable clothing, this season is blatantly fictitious about the freshman college experience. Does anyone remember moving into their college dorm? It was probably a small room in which you had to live, eat and sleep in -- while sharing it with a person you'd never met. Yet, when the Upper East Siders moved into their new...

  • Funniest Andy Samberg 'Digital Shorts'

    Posted Sep 27th 2009 at 09:21 AM by Tom Ganjamie

    If there was one thing that would be certain for the season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live,' it's that resident 'Digital Short' auteur Andy Samberg would have some sort of ridiculously funny video planned. While the Megan Fox-starring 'The Date' and 'Megan's Roommate' were kinda funny (watch 'Date' here and 'Roommate' here), we don't think they lived up to Samberg's past greatness (and really...

  • Super Hot Saturday Night Live Hosts

    Posted Sep 25th 2009 at 07:00 AM by Scott Harris

    Megan Fox appearing as host of Saturday Night Live proves that if there's one person who's an authority on new, hot starlets, it has to be... Lorne Michaels. Even though the legendary 'Saturday Night Live' producer looks like your benevolent uncle, he has quite the eye for the young ladies, as this week's host Fox proves. Here's a look at some of the other hot actresses that Lorne tapped to host...

  • Hot Searches: Mysteries of Carol Brady's First Name, Eggs Florentine Solved

    Posted Sep 24th 2009 at 01:59 PM by Sam Brand

    Wondering why Carol Brady's first name, Eggs Florentine, Witches of Eastwick, Mackenzie Phillips on Oprah, Glenn Beck Frog, Samantha Burke and Cameron Mathison are surging in Google Trends? If you want to keep your finger on the pulse of entertainment, there's no better tool than Google Hot Trends. This bonus feature of the Google search engine provides the 100 most-searched terms of the hour. Of...

  • From Angus to Beef, Great Moments in 'SNL' Hosting

    Posted Sep 23rd 2009 at 03:30 PM by Dino Sossi

    Thirty-five years, and counting. 'Saturday Night Live,' which has been the subject of so many 'Saturday Night Dead' stories that the show should be on permanent life support, will start its 35th season on September 26th with 'Transformers' starlet Megan Fox as host. Women like Megan for her saucy attitude. Men like her for, well, other reasons. But will she make the grade for perhaps her most...


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