We got your attention with the trifecta of “fat guy, mini-horse, and cursing,” didn’t we?
If you think too hard about the layers, you’ll get a nosebleed.
Leaving or kicked off. It’s still not clear.
Finally, LA garners the attention of the entertainment industry!
Margs, Camaros, and Bob Seger.
“Once you have a PhD, every meeting you go to becomes a doctor’s appointment.”
He’s already standing in front of the mirror, repeating the line, “Can you enhance that?”
Basically, by making them partners on their subsequent tours.
How far will they stray from the books?
Also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
I can’t find Chris Brody in this trailer. Has anyone seen Chris Brody? I’m starting to get worried…
Letterman’s still the king of late night television in this regard.
He had been at it since the first season of the show, taking off only season 7, interestingly enough.
Sheriff Kevin Garvey is going full-on Fight Club, or at least that’s what last night’s episode of “The Leftovers” would like you to believe.
In case you didn’t know, her husband’s name is William (goes by “Bill”) and is also in politics.
Coming to HBO September 20th.
Things look largely the same, which should make people happy.
Yeah, we’ll tell you what the new title is.
We get it, already. You’re creepy. Gosh.
We’ll keep watching it, because it’s on HBO on Sundays, and that’s what really matters.
Maybe they should spin off proprietary weeks for things like “vegans” or “candlemaking.” This has legs.
Prophetic hallucinations, a crazy old man on a rampage, and the May 1972 edition of National Geographic were at the center of last night’s The Leftovers. I still have no f*cking idea what this show is about.
You should see what they did on April 20th.
It will also be directed by Jonathan Levine and co-star Anthony Mackie.
Are you sufficiently teased?
This version is far more engaging.
This might actually keep us interested in soccer after the World Cup.
Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively.
It’s not ‘AD’ unless Martin Mull returns as Gene Parmesan.
The only thing better is if he was reprising his role, as a washed-up, gritty Jonathan Moxon, who lives on a house-boat and has a drinking problem.