Conan O’Brien is pretty hard to miss, due to his 6’4 frame and bright orange pompadour. So if you happened to be watching ‘How I Met Your Mother’ last night and thought you spotted the late-night host for a brief moment in the background of the gang’s favorite bar, you certainly weren’t imagining things.
Even if you aren’t a sports fan, you’ve probably been hearing an awful lot about this Jeremy Lin fellow. The New York Knicks point guard’s completely-out-of-nowhere run began on February 3rd when the-then obscure bench warmer came off the pine to spur the Knicks to a victory over the New Jersey Nets. He was inserted in the starting line-up after that, and since then has led the Knicks — who were previously league laughingstocks — to six more wins in a row.
Pat Sajak’s admission that back in the day he and Vanna White used to throw back a few margaritas before taping ‘Wheel of Fortune’ episodes has resulted in a frenzied search for any footage of a drunk Sajak.
So score one for the folks at ‘Conan,’ who have found video proof of Sajak’s on-air inebriation in a clip in which he slurs on and on about the game show’s success in the other countries.
There is no doubt that the word “cougar” has undergone a metamorphosis over the last few decades — no longer just meaning a “a large American wild cat with a plain tawny to grayish coat,” it now also suggests a whole different kind of animal — usually a Chardonnay-drinking woman of a certain age on the prowl for younger man meat.
Then: Tannis Vallely played Janice Lazarotto, a 12-year-old prodigy who was able to outshine her older genius classmates in the sitcom ‘Head of the Class.’ Previous to that, Vallely appeared on the PBS show ’3-2-1 Contact.’
Then: Christopher Castile played the brainy fanny-pack wearing nerd Mark Foster on ‘Step By Step.’ He was also well known during that time period for his role as Newton family son Ted in ‘Beethoven’ and ‘Beethoven’s 2nd,’ as well as providing the voice of Eugene Horowitz on the Nickelodeon series ‘Hey Arnold.’ All of these characters were (shocker!) also huge nerds. So what happened to him?
Then: David Faustino entered annoying TV brother history in 1987, playing hopeless horndog Bud Bundy in the raunchy sitcom ‘Married . . . With Children.’ Faustino — who sported one of the era’s most memorable mullets — had been a working actor since the age of five.
Then: On the sitcom ‘Mr .Belvedere,’ Brice Beckham played youngest son Wesley T. Owens, whose usually adversarial but ultimately loving relationship with the show’s British butler title character was one of the program’s main themes. Before his role on ‘Mr. Belvedere,’ Beckha
According to a Harris Interactive survey of adults planning to buy children’s presents this holiday season, the most popular kid’s gift items — more popular than video games, board games and dolls — are books.
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