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When it comes to the "Seinfeld" episode that ranks the lowest on Jerry Seinfeld's list, the actor and "Seinfeld" creator doesn't need to "plead the fifth."
As he said on Andy Cohen's late-night Bravo show, "Watch What Happens Live," on Monday, that would be "The Alternate Side," thanks to a particular scene:
"There was one where a guy had a stroke and we were feeding him on the couch. It was an older guy and ... I felt very uncomfortable with that episode. It was weird. He was in a wheelchair, and it was uncomfortable."
What would you name as your least favorite "Seinfeld" episode?
Bar Refaeli may be numero uno on Maxim's Hot 100 list, but there's someone who may have that spot in their sights.
Stephen Colbert, host of "The Colbert Report," snagged the No. 69 spot on the "Hot" list, not only making him the only male out of the 100, but also placing him ahead of such beauties as Sofía Vergara (No. 71), Christina Hendricks (No. 77) and Pippa Middleton (No. 81).
In selecting Colbert, Maxim noted that "Democracy isn't always pretty: Sometimes it's downright handsome. With a massive write-in vote campaign, the Colbert Nation proved they're not only loyal but also incredibly horny."
With "The Voice," "The X Factor" and the upcoming "Duets," the original "American Idol" is understandably suffering from something of a ratings decline this season.
Executive producer Nigel Lythgoe addressed this concern honestly with reporters on Friday.
"It would be very nice to remain at the top for the next 20 years," he said. "We’ve been at the top for 11 years. We’ve got to go somewhere, and the only place we can go is either stay there or go down. I still can’t believe that we’re still No. 1 after 11 years. The public does get bored with singing shows, and unless you produce the talent, like I believe we’ve done this year, we’ll go down again next year."
We're still waiting to find out who will star in the movie based on the racy "Fifty Shades of Grey" book, but Selena Gomez likely just made herself a strong contender ... especially if anyone wants to do a spoof film.
The teen star has taped a Funny Or Die parody called "Fifty Shades of Blue" - as presented by Benjamin Moore paints (ha!) - proving that she can play the role of the infatuated with serious commitment.
Miley Cyrus wasn't born yet when Salt-N-Pepa blessed the world with their single "Let's Talk About Sex," but the 19-year-old former Disney star did 'em proud during a recent appearance on “The Conversation” with Amanda de Cadenet.
As the show's meant to replicate an open and honest, well, conversation, when the topic turned to sex Cyrus wasn't bashful.
"[It used to be] if you're a woman you do not sing about sex, and now, if that's not what you're singing about, if that's not your entire image, you won't get played," she told de Cadenet, adding that she's seen the industry's judgmental stance on women and sexuality firsthand.
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