Chevy Chase, Colin Quinn and other memorable
NewsdayChevy Chase, Colin Quinn and other memorable 'Weekend Update' sign-offsNewsday“Weekend Update,” that “Saturday Night Live” mainstay, gets a special summer, prime-time run starting Thursday, Aug. 10, at 9 p.m. on NBC/4. Over the 42-season history of “SNL,” many of the show's “Update” anchors will always be remembered for their ...
Posted on 1 August 2017 | 7:45 am
'Broad City' season 4 premiere date pushed
ChristianToday'Broad City' season 4 premiere date pushed back to SeptemberChristianTodayOn top of that, "Broad City" season 4 will feature guest stars including Fran Drescher, RuPaul, Wanda Skyes, Steve Buscemi, Denis O'Hare, Peri Gilpin and Jane Curtin. Following its premiere, season 4 of "Broad City" will air every Wednesday at 10:30 p ...and more »
Posted on 27 July 2017 | 7:46 pm
Here's why 'Broad City' is banning Trump's
Metro USHere's why 'Broad City' is banning Trump's nameMetro USOn Tuesday, “Broad City” babies Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer talked about the upcoming season of their hilarious series at the summer TCA conference. And one thing is for sure — there will not be even a whiff of Donald Trump's name. No, really. It's ...and more »
Posted on 26 July 2017 | 9:57 am
'Broad City' turns Trump into a curse word
USA TODAY'Broad City' turns Trump into a curse word in Season 4USA TODAYBEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer make their distaste for President Trump crystal clear in Season 4 of Comedy Central's Broad City (Sept. 13). In one episode, the word Trump gets bleeped as if it were a profanity. "In real life ...Broad City season 4 moves to SeptemberEW.com'Broad City' Gets Season 4 Premiere Date On Comedy Central – TCADeadlineComedy Central Pushes the 'Broad City' and 'South Park' Season Premieres to SeptemberSplitsiderMoviefone -Broadway Worldall 27 news articles »
Posted on 25 July 2017 | 12:40 pm
Comedy Central launches 'The Opposition with
TVbytheNumbersComedy Central launches 'The Opposition with Jordan Klepper,' extends 'President Show' and 'Jim Jefferies Show'TVbytheNumbersGuest stars for the new season include RuPaul Charles, Shania Twain, Steve Buscemi, Sandra Bernhard, Mike Birbiglia, Jane Curtin, Lea DeLaria, Cynthia Erivo, Susie Essman, Peri Gilpin, Greta Lee, Damien Lemon, Denis O'Hare, Alysia Reiner, Amy Ryan, ...and more »
Posted on 25 July 2017 | 11:49 am
Jon Cryer New Book Gives Bizarre Recipe for
Jon Cryer has stories to tell that might sound unbelievable. While his tales of Charlie Sheen’s excesses and bizarre behavior might sound outlandish — yet believable — Jon Cryer has had other experiences that rank right up there. His new …
Posted on 11 April 2015 | 8:49 pm
Frequent Clint Eastwood co-star dies
Geoffrey Lewis, a prolific character actor who appeared opposite frequent collaborator Clint Eastwood as his pal Orville Boggs in "Every Which Way But Loose" and its sequel, has died. He was 79.
Posted on 11 April 2015 | 8:42 am
‘Live From New York!’ Trailer: Tribeca
“They said it would be a cross between 60 Minutes and Monty Python.” It turned out to be much more than that, something completely different — at least at the time of its mid-1970s debut — that endures as as a kind of “living time capsule” of U.S. life, politics, and pop culture. A chronicle of the fabled NYC and American institution, Live From New York! opens the Tribeca Film Festival on April ...
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 8:22 pm
'SNL' documentary: Watch new trailer
Perhaps youâve read Tom Shales and James A. Millerâs oral history-of- Saturday Night Live Â 2002 book Live from New York Â and watched SNL âs three-and-a-half hour 40th anniversary specialÂ on NBC in February. Now itâs time for a new peek intoÂ the iconic and always scrutinizedÂ ...
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 7:24 pm
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, on music, television,
The former Theo Huxtable forges ahead with new music, a new TV show, and an old attitude.
Posted on 7 April 2015 | 8:59 am
Initial Interest Confusion in Trademark Case
Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and John Belushi are working in a restaurant. Jane Curtin walks in and orders two cheeseburgers. Belushi yells at the cook, "Cheezborger, cheezborger." Curtin then orders a Coke. Belushi responds, "No Coke. Pepsi." The scene is one ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 6:42 am
Pushing the Envelope on Initial Interest
The dissent quoted the famous Saturday Night Live sketch at the Olympia Diner. In the sketch, Jane Curtin asks for a Coke with her cheeseburger, and John Belushi replies, “No Coke, Pepsi.” In the view of the dissent, this exchange showed no confusion ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 7:06 am
Fight of the Century
The Buckley-Vidal face-offs provided spectacularly compelling television, laying the groundwork for 60 Minutes' "Point/Counterpoint" segment, the Dan Aykroyd/Jane Curtin Saturday Night Live parody, and pretty much every news commentary program televised today.
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 7:49 pm
Pacific University welcomes TNT's 'The
Bob Newhart and Jane Curtin. Filming on campus will take place at the Marsh southwest lawn in front of Carnegie Hall and near Old College Hall, and amongst the trees in the area. Pedestrians may be detained for a several minutes, or asked to go around the ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 11:37 am
TV Confessions: Tom Werner
Going to work with that ensemble cast (which starred John Lithgow, Jane Curtin, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt) was pure joy. Ouch, that’s a touchy subject as I am still in mourning over the end of “The Daily Show.” John Stewart’s lens on current events ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Brace yourself for the summer of 'sluts'
The summer of sluts was kicked off this week when msnbc cable host Ed Schultz, perhaps channeling Dan Aykroyd in his old "Saturday Night Live" debates with Jane Curtin (“Jane, you ignorant slut!”) called conservative radio personality
Posted on 26 May 2011 | 3:27 pm
Open Question: Are CONS super BUTT-HURT
Jane Curtin DEMOLISHES Fox News!
You know CONS are WHINING about it. Such a MASSIVE ROAST on FOX. It was just the perfect way of communicating how much FOX just SUCKS the big donkey anus!
SNL just took FOX to their knees!
Posted on 17 February 2015 | 4:30 pm
Resolved Question: Who do you think is the
My female favorites are Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, and Tina Fey. For the guys I like John Belushi, Dana Carvey, and Chris Farley.
Posted on 9 October 2013 | 12:21 pm
Resolved Question: What was the SNL Weekend
I remember Bill Murray saying "if they loose, that's OK. Ya beat a bunch of girls." Jane Curtin was none too pleased.
Posted on 24 January 2013 | 9:32 pm
Resolved Question: Seniors, what are your
The original Not Ready For Prime Time Players: Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Lorraine Newman, Gilda Radner, and I'll include Bill Murray, as he was a regular for the first few years before becoming an actual member of the cast.
I find it striking that perhaps the most successful television career was that of Jane Curtin, who went on to star in two successful comedy series and was probably the most grounded of them all. She once said that the other cast members slept with each other, did drugs and lived dangerously, while she went home to her husband and her dog each night.
But there's a very special place in my heart for Gilda and Billy. Derail, I was talking about Jane's television career, not her movies. She made a few, but no biggies.
Both Aykroyd and Murray were later nominated for Oscars - Aykroyd for Driving Miss Daisy and Murray for Lost in Translation. http://www.videolog.tv/video.php?id=451266
Gilda and Steve Martin - a memorable moment.
Posted on 7 February 2012 | 8:38 pm
Resolved Question: Carol, a detective with
with the detectives’ bureau. Carol is to learn the latest detection techniques. While in New York, Carol sees a woman who is wanted for murder in California. Carol asks her to lunch. Carol mentions that she is from California, but not that she is a police officer. The suspected murderer says she would like to see her family, but has no way to get to get back to California. Carol tells the woman she is going there and that she will be glad to take her. They leave New York City, and as they cross into California, Carol stops the car, tells the woman that she is under arrest, handcuffs her, and takes her back to the town where she is wanted. The woman’s attorney argues that the court has no jurisdiction. Can this argument validly be raised? Why or why not?
Posted on 10 September 2011 | 11:16 am