During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday, our father Ted Danson—there to promote his excellent show The Good Place (we’re so proud of you, dad!)—spoke with Jimmy Kimmel about his arc on Curb Your Enthusiasm, which fictitiously had him divorced from his real life wife—our mother—Mary Steenburgen. Perish…
Gag reels should be light, funny and low-budget, not over-produced and slightly too eager, like this one for the first season of The Good Place is. Despite those brief shortcomings, there are some moments that are quite funny.
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.
Here’s a remarkable paragraph about some remarkable human beings penned by (I assume) a remarkable writer:
Is your love for Kristen Bell so strong that you gave hundreds of dollars to the Veronica Mars Kickstarter? Do you find yourself getting wistful and teary-eyed when thinking about all six seasons of Ted Danson’s crabby demeanor on Becker? Do you love Becker so much, in fact, that you have no regrets getting “Becker…
Mary Steenburgen, right, and Ted Danson arrive at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the JW Marriott on Saturday, April 20, 2013 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Martha Stewart can't control herself around Taylor Lautner, Kathie Lee Gifford has a big mouth, and the most flamboyant wedding planner in all of Beverly Hills returns to TV.