It's been far too long since we've had a Robin Sparkles fix on "How I Met Your Mother," and Monday night gave us a look at her '90s Canadian educational kids' show, co-hosted by Jessica Glitter (Pussycat Doll/"Dancing with the Stars" champ Nicole Scherzinger), and of course, Alan Thicke.
It was all very innocent and sweet, except it wasn't. Robin kept insisting that there weren't any extremely obvious double entendres going on.
At the same time, Lily worried if Robin was going to dump her as a friend once she got pregnant, since that's what happened to hockey organist Jessica (it's always good to have a heartfelt discussion in between yelling "Charge!").
How sweet: Former spouses Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson have nothing but hearty congrats to give one another as they both have become engaged once again.
After Lachey, 37, confirmed that he’d popped the question to Vanessa Minnillo last Thursday, Simpson told Ryan Seacrest, “I am extremely, extremely happy for him…I really wish them nothing but the best.”
Lachey has offered similar sentiments when asked about 30-year-old Simpson, who was spotted wearing a ruby and diamond engagement ring over the weekend and confirmed on Sunday that her now-fiancé Eric Johnson had asked for her hand.
If you’re not caught up on the current season of "Chuck," here are a few things you should know: Chuck is working as a spy. Morgan is working as part of the spy team. The Buy More is one big CIA front now. Chuck and Sarah are officially a couple.
Oh, and Chuck has found his long-lost mom, who it turns out was a spy and might be a double or even triple agent. Honestly, that part gets a little confusing. Luckily, last night’s episode took a break from the Mama Bartowski roller coaster and just gave us a straightforward Chuck and the Gang adventure.
There’s something wrong with the Intersect, the giant computer stored in Chuck’s head that gives him every piece of information known by the CIA and awesome fighting abilities when the need arises. Yes, we’ve done the “what’s wrong with Chuck’s head” plot a few times, but there’s a twist here: the Intersect isn’t gone, it’s just being suppressed, and the CIA has to figure out how to get it going again.
Get ready to say "awww."
Tuesday night’s episode of “Glee” will not only feature a guest appearance by Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow, but there will also be an appearance by some mini-stars.
Producers have cast tot versions of the glee club members for a scene in which teacher Will Schuester hallucinates and sees the students as little kids. So cute!
We’re a little afraid of what may potentially come out of the mouth of a baby Puck, or a baby Brittany for that matter, but we still think it’s adorable!
Click here to watch behind the scenes video of the baby gleeks.
The trailer for the much anticipated "Green Lantern" movie is set to debut in theaters with the November 19 premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1," but Entertainment Tonight is giving fans a sneak peek tomorrow night.
In a 30-second snippet of that teaser, which can be seen on MTV Online, Ryan Reynolds is seen wowing a friend – as well as himself - as he transforms from a casual clothes-wearing Hal Jordan into the emerald-appareled Green Lantern. The buff crime fighter is also seen flying, battling bad guys, using his power ring, and interacting with love interest Carol Ferris (Blake Lively).
While getting in shape wasn't a problem for Reynolds – who previously played a superhero in 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" - simulating flight by being hurled on a wire at up to 60 feet per second proved more challenging.
Apparently finding pirate treasure is a lot easier than filming a sequel for "The Goonies." Actor Corey Feldman says the cast and crew of Steven Spielberg's cult 1985 movie are eager to film a follow up but the studio is standing in their way.
"I would do it if [the studio] was serious, but unfortunately they can’t seem to get it together,” Feldman tells the Hollywood Reporter of Warner Bros. "The No. 1 question that’s always been asked of me for the last 20 years is, ‘Will there be a sequel to "Goonies"?’ and unfortunately my answer is always the same: It’s not up to me, you know, it’s the studio.”
While a sequel to the film – which also starred Josh Brolin, Martha Plimpton and Sean Astin – may not be happening any time to soon, "The Goonies" could be back in the form of a stage musical.
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