Was it easy to photograph the entire cast of Archer for a feature about the hit FX show in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly? Not really. Were we surprised when they arrived with an ocelot, a literal ton of cocaine, and several boxes of the now-available-to-buy eponymous album from Cherlene? Yes, absolutely. Did a large quantity of the aforementioned cocaine disappear down the gullet of a certain ISIS human resources director in the course of the shoot? We’re going to have to take the Fifth on that.
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In its many years of syndication, Wheel of Fortune has seen its fair share of amazing puzzle solving. But on last night’s broadcast, a contestant named Emil put most other players to shame.
Emil’s bonus round featured a three word phrase, but when none of his proposed letters showed up on the board, he was left with pretty much nothing to go on. “You’re a very good puzzle solver, but this looks tough to me,” noted host Pat Sajak.
And we thought Lego peaked.
Lego enthusiast Adly Syairi Ramly took his passion for the plastic figures and turned Legos into famous musicians for a series of photos he shot and edited on his iPhone 5s.
Ramly, who is an assistant vice president for a TV station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, started collecting Legos in 2011 and that’s when he decided to take it a step beyond. “One day I thought I should try something fun, like Lego-lize the bands I love,” Ramly tells EW. “It helps me relax, wind down.”
Fans of How I Met Your Mother‘s Ted are probably going to want to grab some tissues.
After How I Met Your Mother‘s PaleyFest panel this past week, the cast stopped by to talk to EW — where we proceeded to ask Josh Radnor what he is going to miss most about playing Ted. “Some days he really frustrated me, and other days I thought, ‘This guy is great,’” Radnor explained. “So I had a proper relationship with him….He can be really heroic; he’s such a loyal friend, he’s so passionate, he’s optimistic, he’s persistent to say the least.”
Watch below to find out one of Radnor’s favorite HIMYM scenes to shoot, as well as why he’s currently sporting a beard. READ FULL STORY
The How I Met Your Mother characters love a good game.
So it’s no surprise, then, that the actors who portray them are down to have some fun. After the cast’s PaleyFest panel earlier this week, Alyson Hannigan and Cristin Milioti agreed to play an old party game favorite — with a How I Met Your Mother twist — for EW.
Watch below to see these women ponder which How I Met Your Mother characters they’d Bang, Marry, or….Intervention. Note to the Lesbian Robin Doppelganger: You’ve got some fans! READ FULL STORY
Happy finale day, Liars! We’ve got a little something to help you celebrate.
In honor of the season 4 finale that airs Tuesday night, the Pretty Little Liars cast is gathering in New York City for a live script read-through, followed by a screening of the season’s final episode. However, for those of you who can’t attend the event, we’ve got another way to get you in on the action. Lucy Hale will be using her Hang w/ app to live-stream the table read and give all Liars a glimpse at what the behind-the-scenes process is like for the show.
If you’re interested in watching the live table read, go to www.hangwith.me/lucyhale, download the app, and follow Lucy Hale. The table read is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET, but followers will get a notification sent to their phone when Hale starts streaming live.
The Pretty Little Liars season finale airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.
Is Patton Oswalt throwing his name in the ring for True Detective season 2?
Unlikely — but his spot-on Matthew McConaughey impression will make some fans hope so. To promote his upcoming Comedy Central stand-up special Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time, Oswalt channels McConaughey’s iconic interrogation scene from the HBO show, perfecting his southern drawl and helpfully asking leading questions like, “Is the Yellow King my Xbox nickname?”
Maybe time is a flat circle, man. Watch the promo below:
How many times can you go to Regionals?
The Glee kids hit the big 100th episode milestone this week, which means it’s time for a look back. Remember when Rachel thought she was pregnant? Remember when Brittany had a web series titled Fondue for Two? Remember when there was a shooting at McKinley? NEVER FORGET.
Even a casual viewer of the show knows this musical dramedy goes through plot faster than the Glee kids go through crushes on each other. We don’t know what’s in store for the McKinley kids as they all become Broadway stars in New York (RIP, Smash!), but we do know there’s very little the show hasn’t already explored.
Below, test your memory about all the crazy things that have happened at one point or another — and see if you can spot the few things that never actually took place. Good luck!
Which plot points haven’t happened — yet? READ FULL STORY
'How I Met Your Mother' at PaleyFest: Five things we learned (and the shirtless actor we saw) -- VIDEO
The secrets of How I Met Your Mother‘s impending series finale stayed under wraps as ever during the latest stop on the cast and creative team’s Farewell Tour on Saturday night. But what did we learn at the PaleyFest screening and Q&A at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles? Here are some of the highlights…including a detailed account of Neil Patrick Harris’ shirtless moment via webcam: READ FULL STORY
Depending on your perspective, comedian Doug Benson is either best known as a movie aficionado (he hosts the hit podcast Doug Loves Movies) or as a comedic hero to weed smokers everywhere (he directed the hilarious documentary Super High Me and recently launched a video podcast called Getting Doug With High that features him getting stoned with comic friends).
The former was on display on the last day of the annual South By Southwest festival when Benson hosted Doug Benson’s Movie Interruption at the Alamo Draft House Ritz in Austin. The Movie Interruption is a simple premise: Benson screens a movie, and he and a few cohorts sit with live microphones and riff on the film — not unlike a live, improvised version of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
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