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It looks like Woody Harrelson has won over a new fan.
According to an onlooker who spilled to the New York Daily News, the actor was approached by a homeless woman as he was leaving a birthday party for fellow thespian Carol Kane at Bar Centrale in Hell’s Kitchen on Sunday.
The trouble started for comedian/radio host/recent "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant Adam Carolla in a recent interview with The New York Post.
In a conversation about his new book, "Not Taco Bell Material," he expounded upon an apparent lesson to "not hire chicks," which the Post says he learned "from a sexual harassment seminar."
Have Linden and Holder solved their first and last case? If the ratings from the two-part season finale are any indication, our detectives might be looking elsewhere to find employment.
Still reeling from their disappointing season 1 finale, the team behind “The Killing” seemed to regain their stride toward the end of season 2, but the numbers tell a different story.
Talk show besties Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford reported for co-hosting duties for the first time in 12 years on "Today" Wednesday.
The pair joked and kidded around like old times while manning much of the last hour of the morning program, which included segments about the new movie “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” and a pre-taped spoof starring Philbin and “Hot in Cleveland” star Betty White.
We can already envision the long lines of kids and kids-at-heart who would queue up to see another “Sesame Street" movie on the big screen.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox has picked up the rights to the famous children’s TV show, and has a writer on board to pen the script.
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