The last person who should ever get into a war of words is Matt Valdez, producer of the Junkies. But that’s exactly what he found himself in after taking a cheap jab at one of his heroes, Ken Pomeroy, and those words found their way to the renowned basketball guru. Read/listen to how this very viscous saga unfolded across multiple platforms.
There’s no question that Seth MacFarlane was successful as this year’s host of The Oscars. The ratings support that claim. However, as the Academy leans towards a younger audience, it has become apparent the awards show’s older viewers may not have the tolerance for an edgy host like Seth.
As I was combing through the fourth segment of Thursday’s show, searching for quotes about how great a person Brooks Laich is – which was easy because it’s true – to piece together a nice post promoting his new Twitter account, I heard something I literally replayed 10 times because I couldn’t believe it.
‘Passing gas’ is disgusting, and to do it while flying is something you reserve strictly for traveling with an enemy. But hold your nose, dropping bombs on the plane may actually save your life.
What happens when the ultimate movie fan boy obsesses his way up the entertainment ladder and into the same room as the very stars that drive his obsession? You get budding star movie reviewer, Kevin McCarthy. Someone who started off as a complete joke, is slowly but surely justifying his presence in front of a nationally televised audience.
The NFL is reportedly putting together a contingency plan, should a snowstorm or any sort of cold weather system move into East Rutherford, New Jersey in time to disrupt the NFL’s biggest game of the year in 2014. This roundtable discussion by the Junks lays out all the possibilities and ponders what would be the preferred day for the game to be moved to.
Students at Duke University came under heavy fire for throwing what is being called by many, a racist themed party. It generated a very interesting introspection by the Junkies into what elements make something racist. Check it out and join in on the conversation.
The stars came out to Arlington Cinema n’ Drafthouse Monday for the red carpet premier of the Junkies new television show, “Table Manners”, which airs Tuesdays at 11 p.m. on CSN Washington. Here’s everything you missed, from smiles to cringes, and beginning to end of the Table Manners premier party.
What do you do when you get in your car after work and discover your brakes aren’t working? Well, if your name is Eric Bickel you drive home anyway. No, seriously.
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