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Happy 20th Anniversary to Now and Then and Your Devon Sawa Wet Dreams

I was nine when Now and Then was released, and because it was PG-13, my parents were disinclined to let me see it in theaters. But I battled fiercely for my cause. The previews alone engendered in me a sense of urgency—a conviction that I would be ill-prepared for puberty if I did not see the film immediately upon…

Rosie O'Donnell's Daugher Calls Rosie 'Not Genuine,' Says She's Like 'Two Different People'

Prepare a big old batch of burnsauce because everyone’s getting scorched today. First up: Chelsea O’Donnell, daughter of Rosie O’Donnell, has spoken publicly about her mom for the first time since she either ran away (Rosie’s account) or (according to Chelsea) was kicked out of the house late this summer.

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