In this week's compilation of pop culture crap: Carla Hall almost vomits on The Chew; a dress made from ladies underwear; "Brogurt"; and Regis Philbin tries out a new job alongside Beavis and Butthead.
God bless you, Jimmy Kimmel, for thinking up this stellar idea for King Philbin to move onto next. Watching Regis watch an episode of Teen Mom could be a show in itself.
Immediately throwing away your computer seems like a logical solution to me!
This week's episode of Mad Fashion , the crazy-clothing series from Project Runway alum Chris March, featured a dress made entirely from underwear. Surprisingly, the woman it was created for loved it and flaunted the hell out of the thing.
Shirley revealed her dark side on this week's Community when she offers to teach Jeff how to play the devil's game she gave up so long ago. When she recalls the time she made a boy wet himself by kicking his ass at a round when she was a kid, Jeff is horrified to be meeting the girl who humiliated him years ago. The only way to settle the fight? An anime battle, of course.
Raising Hope took a cue from Seinfeld 's bra for men (the "Bro") when they discussed a new business venture for men who like yogurt but hate all of the "girly" flavors.
Our favorite Top Chef contestant of yore should have known not to choose the "dare" in The Chew 's game of "Chewth or Dare," but chose it anyway and was subsequently presented with the two food items she hated the most. Her reaction isn't quite as good as Anderson Cooper's , but almost vomiting on a live show is equally impressive.
Not actual turtles, of course, but instead turtle jewelry, trinkets and clothing. Sure, they rid this poor woman of her habit of wearing turtle clothes, but what about her home? And has anybody told her about Ramona's "Turtle Time" Pinot Grigio yet?
People have been calling it "steamy" and "sexy" all week long, but I fail to see how a gay man kissing America's grandmother isn't the most platonic thing in the world.
She is the 1%.
Not Nick Lachey, definitely not Tony Danza, but Jerry Seinfeld. Honestly, if he's as crotchety in the mornings as he is late at night on Andy Cohen's show, he'd fit right into Philbin's old job.
The only thing that's unfortunate about this is the extreme possibility that one or two of these actors will wind up on Parks when NBC makes the terrible decision to cancel Community once and for all.