What happens when pioneer Kirsten, slavery escapee Addy, suffragette Samantha, that nerd Molly, and Kit (I am too old to know anything about her)—a.k.a the American Girls—come together to fight a well-known evil? Destruction, bloodshed, and, as always, a lesson in American history.
On HBO’s Veep, Amy Brookheimer (Anna Chlumsky) and Dan Egan (Reid Scott) have more in common than they have in opposition. Both are cutthroat, both are ambitious, and both are terribly, terribly attractive. So why can’t they just doooooo it already?
Anna Chlumsky, the little whipper snapper who stole Macaulay Culkin's miniature heart in My Girl, is now pregnant with her girl. Or boy. Who knows, and that's not the real story; the real story is that Anna Chlumsky is gonna give birth and our childhoods are dead and gone.
Lindsay Lohan — who has somehow managed to convince grown-ass adult law officials who are not her parents that she shouldnnnn't have to go to rehab until after Coachellaaaaa, that would be SOOO unfaiiiiiir! — is spending her last few days of freedom hanging out with her boyfriend, musician Avi Snow (Says Snow…
Because we all haven't heard enough about Amanda Bynes' exploits behind the wheel, she apparently drove around aimlessly around Los Angeles for most of Tuesday, cutting people off and running lights, while taking hits of weed from a surreptitious pipe designed to look like a car cigarette lighter.
HBO's new comedy Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a female Vice President who is simultaneously overlooked and over scrutinized... with hilarious results.
Playbill's 125th Anniversary was celebrated at New York's Bon Appetit Supper Club and Cafe, which sounds charming. Less charming: the sort of odd range of duds one only gets at a legitimate theatre event!