These your pandas? We’ve got a whole basket of them down here, and these fluffy little sacks of cuteness are falling down all over the place.
If you haven’t started watching The Good Place, start now. You’ll get at least three seasons and they’re worth your time.
Wednesday night’s Season 2 premiere of The Good Place took the show’s sadistic Groundhog’s Day conceit to the extreme in the best and shrewdest way, for a premise that should be tired by now and yet continues to be witty and gratifying.
Taylor Swift, Tennessee woman and alleged victim of workplace grab-assing, took to the witness stand this week in a fabulous display of fire and backbone.
Page Six’s Oli Coleman wrote an 88-word story Thursday night that is so good, I feel obligated to give it top billing in today’s morning edition of Dirt Bag. The piece, entitled “Why Hollywood can’t stand Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell,” is a perfect little capsule of celebrity gossip, and one that convinced me of its…
Last Thursday while we were all preparing to witness the unpalatable, NBC’s The Good Place, perhaps the best new network sitcom of the year, aired an utterly perfect season finale. Spoilers, obviously, to follow.
Television, in the past few years, has in large part catered to terrible people. Anti-heroes are cheerfully celebrated, and shows like You’re the Worst, Difficult People, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, UnReal and so on spotlight the worst of humanity. Morally ambiguous characters rule, and on reality TV disastrous…
Here’s what I knew about Bad Moms before heading to the movie theater this weekend: that it’s called Bad Moms, that the poster has some ladies on it raising the roof and that those ladies are actresses I don’t actively dislike: Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell. Now, having seen the movie, I also know that the…
Lindsay Lohan had a tumultuous weekend, to say the least. On Saturday, July 23, police officers barged into the apartment she shares with fiancé Egor Tarabasov after receiving a call that morning from “a woman in distress.”
Hello, and welcome to details we now know about a celebrity that we almost wish we didn’t know! I’m your host, Area Woman Who Previously Had No Idea That Dax Shepard A. Had a Vasectomy and B. Jerked Off Into a Cup While in the Middle of Heavy Traffic.
The trailer for the forthcoming movie Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, as well as Christina Applegate and Jada Pinkett Smith, dropped this week. It includes a very similar joke to the one seen in the recent Melissa McCarthy film Bell was also in, also released this spring, The Boss.
In today’s Tweet Beat, it is Kevin Hart Day, Julianne Moore shows her toes and Kristen Bell lost her chill.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kristen Bell learns that Instagram is hard, Chrissy Teigen prepares for stupidity and Barbara Streisand makes a friend.
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian, a couple undeserving of all the headlines they have received, continue to, well, do things that demand headlines (This is Dirt Bag, after all). Last night, Blac Chyna was removed from a plane in Austin, Texas for public intoxication. The Travis County’s Sheriff later charged her with…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are a great couple, Cher had a mid-life crisis and the cast of the Hunger Games seem to be enjoying themselves.
Despite accusations of affairs on both sides, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton continue to tweet at one another like everything is entirely normal. Yesterday, Lambert mocked rumors that she was pregnant, tweeting a picture of Shelton with a baby stroller: “@blakeshelton I knew it...you WERE pregnant! This calls for a…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Willow is Na’vi now, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are adorable and Heidi Klum gets the Sia treatment.
In today's Tweet Beat, the world's greatest coffee kiosk is now open, Kristen Bell is dreaming about the enormous check she is about to cash and Kevin Hart gets a boost.
Last night Kristen Bell and Fred Armisen hosted the Independent Spirit Awards. They kicked off the show with this spoof of Birdman. Bell puffs on cigarettes while Armisen ponders the meaningless of hosting a minor awards show.There's also a nice cameo by Bill Hader as Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu.