Another day, another cheating scandal, right, PopWatchers? As People first reported, David Boreanaz is the latest celebrity to join the unenviable list of Hollywood’s most unfaithful. And as in the case of so many other famous cheaters (David Letterman, we’re looking at you), we’re wondering how this might affect his small-screen reputation — especially when Bones revolves around Booth’s charm and relationship with Brennan. So we ask, PopWatchers, will this revelation affect the way you view Bones?
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As much as I love fashion (and loved The September Issue!), I don’t think I love it more than eating or having a home. Sure, this would be one hell of a resume plumper, but something tells me does someone with $42,500 to spare isn’t worried about scoring that high-paying dream career. Just a theory. Whatever, it’s for charity, right? But on that note, there are a few seemingly menial jobs I’d pay that kind of money for, including:
+ Jensen Ackles’ wardrobe lackey on Supernatural (only if it means I get to dress him…literally)
+ Rain coordinator on Smallville (spoilers).
+ David Boreanaz’s “Cocky” belt buckle shiner on Bones.
+ Nick Offerman’s mustache comber on Parks and Recreation
+ Jane Lynch’s tracksuit presser on Glee
Your turn, PopWatchers. It’s Friday. Let’s kill some time.
I debated titling this recap “Testicle Festival,” but since we never found out what caused the victim — a rich poser at a rock & roll fantasy camp, murdered by a fellow camper — to have a prosthetic gonad, it didn’t feel right.
For me, the fantasy camp fell a little flat — I didn’t know the guy playing famous guest guitarist Erik Dalton was Josh Todd from Buckcherry. I just sorta thought he looked like Carey Hart. Nor did I understand how cool it was that Michael Des Barres played the camp’s frontman, Simon Graham, until I looked him up online. So basically, I’m about as uncool as Bones here, and I get that. All that was left for me to appreciate was the comedy of Booth wearing the dolphin tie the marine biologist gave him around his head and Brennan strapping on a guitar (it’s not dissimilar to some tribal lute she learned how to play once) to sing “Hot Blooded,” which we all remember as their song from the season 1 episode “Two Bodies in the Lab.” That’s the one in which someone was trying to kill Brennan, so Booth went to her apartment to watch over her and discovered that she has no TV (of course I would remember that), but that she did own a music collection that includes Foreigner. After their air session on “Hot Blooded,” Booth went to the fridge to get a drink and it blew up, putting him in the hospital. After hitching a ride in Hodgins’ tiny car, Booth ended up rescuing Brennan from a dirty FBI agent (Adam Baldwin), and they shared that embrace. Then Brennan went to visit a shirtless Booth (of course I would also remember that) back at the hospital, and instead of going on her date with the guy she’d been chatting with online and on the phone, she stayed with him. READ FULL STORY
After spending weeks speculating over Betty Suarez’s romantic fate (will it be Gio? Henry? Matt? Daniel?), on last night’s Ugly Betty series finale (SPOILER ALERT!), we watched our bespeckled heroine end up with…no one. Kind of. Maybe. I think. Okay, here’s what we know: Daniel and Betty were going to go out for dinner in London. That’s it. No kiss, no lingering stare. (Well, maybe a little one courtesy of the former Mode editor.) If you ask me, the ending was pretty genius: Supporters of the Daniel-Betty union will choose to believe the duo were going on a date, while Daniel-Betty haters will simply believe the pair has an extremely co-dependent friendship.
But there’s another reason I loved the ambiguity: READ FULL STORY
more than 1,000 responses. After the jump, you’ll find a poll representing 45 of the most popular and/or passionately-pitched picks. Declare your favorite. Then visit our gallery of 25 Flashback Episodes You Love for a trip down memory lane. READ FULL STORYWhen we asked readers to name TV’s best flashback episode, we got
Just catching up on clips from last night’s Tonight Show. I highly recommend the Kirstie Alley interview if you want to see her in a bikini on The Love Boat and hear all about how she has two full-time zookeepers who take care of her lemurs (animals she’s kept for 30 years) and the blind date she slept with (he had an extremely tiny member but the cojones to ask her, “What does baby want?”). David Boreanaz was Jay Leno’s second guest, and in addition to going through all the jobs he got fired from pre-stardom (selling gourmet food door-to-door, gym towel boy) and how it took 42 takes to film his father’s cameo in Bones‘ 100th episode Thursday (why doesn’t his dad pick up what he Xeroxed?), he shared the story about the first time he ran into Alley. He used to put on a suit and sneak on to studios when he first got to L.A. in 1991. He breezed by security on the Paramount lot and ended up on the set of Cheers. “They were rehearsing, and I just blended in, in the background,” he says. He thought about approaching her, but then they called lunch and the free meal won out. Leno had another flashback planned — of Boreanaz’s first paying gig, a guest spot on Married… With Children as Kelly’s biker date. Leno showed a clip. We’ve got a different, longer one after the jump. He’s come such a long way… READ FULL STORY
In honor of Bones flashing back to Booth and Brennan’s first case in its 100th episode (Fox, Thursday, 8 p.m. EST), we’re going to do a readers’ gallery — and poll — to name TV’s best flashback episode. Today, we need your nominations. Old show, new show, drama, comedy — as long as the episode was great, it’s eligible. The most persuasive arguments will make it into our gallery, which posts Thursday. Go!
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