“Modern Family” star Ed O'Neill is ready to reunite with the Bundys. E! News reports that the actor’s talking about a “Married ... with Children” reunion.
"I was up for it! I said, 'Yeah, I'd do it,'" O'Neill, 65, shares of getting together with his former TV family. "It might be fun, but then everybody would have to be on board."
The Fox sitcom aired for a whopping 11 seasons, and since it ended in 1997, most of the Bundys have moved on to other successful series.
Last night on “Top Chef: Texas” we saw the contestants cook low-end and high-end, and four unlucky souls were tasked with dessert.
But first they packed up and drove to Dallas, where a highway patrolman pulled over their contractually-obligated-to-say-Toyota Sienna caravan. The cop was so clearly a plant that I expected him to ask, “did somebody call...the POLICE?” before ripping off tearaway pants as a groovin’ bass line kicked in.
Alas, it was merely Quickfire time. The chefs had to cook on the side of the road using propane burners and ingredients from a survival kit. And they turned out some impressive stuff, considering they used canned foods you wouldn’t even crack open during a nuclear winter.
“Keep a Child Alive with Alicia Keys” will air on Thursday in honor of World AIDS Day.
The day, dedicated to uniting in the fight against HIV, is a fitting one for the Showtime documentary’s debut.
The documentary follows Alicia Keys and five young adults as they visit the Keep a Child Alive funded sites in South Africa.
Big Bird and Elmo are headed to the Middle East!
An Afghan version of “Sesame Street” will debut on Thursday, according to a press release from the U.S. Government and Sesame Workshop, the organization behind “Sesame Street.”
Non-profit educational organization Sesame Workshop has partnered with Afghan television stations TOLO TV and LEMAR TV to produce new children’s series “Baghch-e-Simsim.”
Is Courtney Love the answer to Lindsay Lohan’s problems?
The Hole frontwoman thinks so.
Love, who says she’s been sober since 2007, has stepped in to mentor Lohan “because nobody else will,” the Daily Mail reports she told Details.
Who says there’s no place for Hanson at the bar?
The '90s pop trio, famous for their long locks and the hit tune MMMBop, is in the process of expanding their brand (yes, they have a brand) with their own beer: MMMHop.
The India Pale Ale - to be made available in 2012 - will join Zac, Taylor and Isaac's other merchandise, which includes a board game and a record player.
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