The No. 1 rule of lying: Don’t get caught.
As we, and the rest of the cast, learned early on in the season finale, Sammi and Arvin have indeed locked lips. (Gasp!)
But according to Sam, the kiss took place long before Ron and Sam’s dysfunctional relationship began ruining our Thursday nights. Interesting that Sam’s white lie is what led to the pair’s long-awaited demise.
When "Community" creator Dan Harmon tweeted earlier this week that the upcoming episode of the show was not going to be a spoof of "Pulp Fiction" (despite it being promoted by NBC as such), we knew we would be in for something different.
What transpired on Thursday night not only referenced "Pulp Fiction," but even more so "My Dinner with Andre" and "Cougar Town."
Abed is obsessed with the Courteney Cox show ("It was as if he didn't want people to like him," Jeff remarked), and confessed to Jeff at their birthday dinner that the chance to be an extra on the set led him to re-evaluate his life, which led Jeff to make a pretty startling confession too, about trick-or-treating as a girl.
That's what Casey Abrams was Thursday night on "American Idol" when the judges used their one and only save to prevent him from leaving the competition.
"Are you really?" the surprised singer asked, while shaking and looking ready to pass out. "Why would you do this? I can't believe it."
"Dancing With the Stars" contestant Kirstie Alley is putting her foot down and blasting comedian George Lopez for comparing her to a pig on his talk show, reports Entertainment Weekly.
On Wednesday, Lopez made rude remarks about Alley's appearance on the ABC dance competition, saying she "did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away." He added that prior to the show, "she went to the market, and then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home!” He then ran GEICO ad footage of a squealing piglet. ("Lopez Tonight" airs on TBS, which is owned by the parent company of CNN.)
Lopez has since tweeted, "I misjudged the joke. No malice was intended and I apologize to Kirstie," but it looks like the former "Fat Actress" star isn’t buying it and is taking her own jabs at the late-night host.
Russell Brand plays an eccentric billionaire coping with love and alcohol in the upcoming comedy "Arthur," and the actor can relate to both themes in real life.
A former alcohol and drug abuser, the Brit comic has been clean and sober for eight years and still attends AA meetings three times a week.
Read the full interview with Russell Brand in Details
"The only way to cope is with a program," he tells Details of handling addiction. "If you stop doing the recovery, even eating too much chocolate, something will flare up, and I know where that leads, because I've been there before. To me, the gravity is heroin, and then death. You know, to sleep."
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