5 Loch Ness Monster Movies Believers Wish Were Documentaries
Monday, August 27 by Frost

Some kids thought aliens abducted them, other kids thought Sasquatch lived under their bed, but not you. Your faith was in a dinosaur with a potential Scottish accent. To help…

Over the years, over 712 arrests have been made at the ceremony, and R. Kelly has gone on record calling the Golden Globes "too crazy for his tastes."
A Look Back At The Golden Globes’ Craziest Moments
Thursday, December 15 by

An incomplete retrospective on the fast and loose awards ceremony that is the Golden Globes.

4 Bored To Death Episodes That Every Wannabe Detective Should Watch
Sunday, December 4 by Frost
8 Bored To Death Quotes To Use While Talking About The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker
Friday, December 2 by Joseph Gibson

The HBO sitcom "Bored to Death" is one of the most erudite shows on TV, mixing madcap comedy with highbrow literary dialogue. The show is about a young and struggling…

R.I.P. Sam Malone
5 Atypical Ted Danson Roles
Wednesday, July 13 by

War hero, murder victim, blackfaced minstrel: Ted Danson has played it all.

Ted Danson recounts his visit to Hooters.
Ted Danson To Replace William Petersen’s Replacement On ‘CSI’
Wednesday, July 13 by

Las Vegas-based murderers beware.

HBO’s ‘Bored to Death’ Season 2 Trailer
Monday, June 14 by

In the HBO comedy "Bored to Death," Jason Schwartzman plays a struggling writer who is trying his hand at detective work. As a struggling writer myself, the show inspired me to do a little detective work of my own. And as luck would have it, my keen detective skills helped me find this "Bored to Death" Season 2 trailer featuring Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis. I also found a Helen Keller Simulator and some "Night Court" fanfiction, but I figured you'd be more impressed with the trailer. Watch the "Bored to Death" Season 2 trailer after the jump.

Tom Selleck Confirms ‘Three Men and an Unnecessary Sequel’ Rumors
Thursday, June 3 by

Why are these dudes still living together? Actor Tom Selleck confirmed that Disney is attempting to move forward on a third installment in the Three Men series. For those of you born after 1992, this refers to a popular 80's movie (Three Men and a Baby) and its disappointing, midget-porn sequel (Three Men and a Little Lady) co-starring Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson. Make your own Steve Guttenberg joke, cause I like the guy. "It is true that Disney checked my availability," Selleck told the site. "And I know they checked Ted's and Steve's, and then had a script written, I think tentatively called 'Three Men and a Bride,' which kind of says it all [about the story]." I'm trying really hard not to be negative, but the "baby" from the film is now in her mid twenties, and no one besides my friend Jon wants to see a girl in her 20's "accidentally" pee on Ted Danson. I'm not even sure Netflix can legally send something like that through the mail.  While we're at it, why not just make Adventures in Babysitting: The Next Generation, Good Evening Vietnam, or Mannequin: The Revenge.* (ComingSoon)*These are all real pitches. I demand an executive producer credit and 5% of both the domestic and international box-office.