High on meth, man takes part in gun battle with imaginary people – WANE
A man high on meth apparently shot up the inside of his house after imagining people were trying to break in and steal some of his belongings this past weekend, according to the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department.
21 Legitimately Interesting Food Facts You Should Know – Buzzfeed
Sam Adams and Auntie Anne’s Are Selling an At-Home Oktoberfest Kit for $89 – GiveThemBeer
Taco Bell Released Its First Custom Wine Called “Jalapeño Noir”
Reese’s Is Launching a New Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed with Chips – Friendster
Hershey’s Is Releasing Sugar Cookie Kisses This Holiday Season – Redtri
Would you date an unsafe driver? These people say it’s a dealbreaker – SWNSDigital
From alcohol destroying brain cells to men’s boasts of big feet: 20 ‘facts’ about the human body that are complete myths – Dailymail
St. Louis equals entire 2019 homicide total with 194 through mid-September 2020 – KSDK
Two men charged with murder after 27-year-old man dies following Wentzville bar fight – KMOV
Here are the fall events happening at the Saint Louis Zoo – KSDK
Hidden Valley Ski Resort opening for the season Friday – KMOV
These are the St. Louis County parks that will have managed deer hunts this year – KSDK
St. Charles bakery out thousands after scammer pretends to be police officer – KMOV
Chesterfield residents: Lock your cars and keep your keys | Police warn of break-ins – KSDK
“Jeopardy!” started airing again yesterday, but they had to make a few adjustments due to COVID-19. It’s also great to see Alex Trebek back again. Here he is, explaining the changes.
Britney Spears said in court documents that she does not want her dad to continue the conservatorship over her and her money. She says he wants to bring back a guy oddly with the last name Wallet who cost her millions of dollars a few years ago before he was let go. When he was let go he got a $100,000 pay out as well. She says she has no desire to perform currently and therefore she needs to bedget her money.
“Tiger King” star CAROLE BASKIN made her debut last night on “Dancing with the Stars”. And she seemed to enjoy herself. The judges did not as she got 11 out of a possible 30 points. One thing she probably didn’t enjoy is that the family of her presumably dead husband DON LEWIS ran an ad during the show, offering a $100,000 reward for information on his disappearance in 1997. The commercial starred Don’s three daughters, a former employee, and an attorney, who went straight for the jugular.
Check out the trailer for “Tiger Dick”, a mocumentary about ANDY DICK doing a movie about JOE EXOTIC.
Get ready for “He’s All That”, a remake of the classic 1999 teen comedy “She’s All That”. The original starred FREDDIE PRINZE JR. as a guy who decides to get revenge on the ex who dumped him by taking a dorky art student and turning her into prom queen material. RACHAEL LEIGH COOK played the art student. In this one, TikTok star ADDISON RAE takes on the Freddie Prinze Jr. role. There’s no word on the rest of the cast. .
There’s a book coming out next month called “Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Game of Thrones and the Untold Story of the Epic Series”. It covers the whole series, but one of the most interesting stories comes from the shooting of the original pilot . . . during the first sex scene between Khal Drogo and Daenerys Targaryen. Khal was played by JASON MOMOA, of course. And at the time, Daenerys was played by an actress named Tamzin Merchant. GEORGE R.R. MARTIN says, quote, “We’re by this little brook. They tied the horses to the trees and there’s a seduction scene by the stream. Jason Momoa and Tamzin are naked and having sex. And suddenly the video guy starts to laugh. “[A horse] was getting visibly excited by watching these two humans. There’s this horse in the background with this enormous horse [penis]. So that didn’t go well either.” The original pilot was so bad that it had to be reshot, and one of the changes they made was replacing Tamzin with EMILIA CLARKE.
Some people think “The Walking Dead” has gone on WAY too long. AMC announced the upcoming 11th season will be the last. But instead of the usual 16 episodes, it’ll have 24, and it’ll be stretched out over two years. And we’ll actually get 30 more episodes, because, as previously announced, the show is adding six additional episodes onto the end of Season 10. All told, the show is expected to air new episodes through late 2022. On top of that, there are two more spin-offs in the pipeline: One will follow Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Melissa McBride (Carol). It’ll launch in 2023. And there’s also a scripted anthology series called “Tales of the Walking Dead”, which will feature “individual episodes or arcs featuring new or existing characters, backstories or other stand-alone stories.” They join “Fear the Walking Dead” and the limited series “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”, which premieres next month.
“Good Times” is coming back . . . as a CARTOON. Netflix picked up an animated reboot, with NBA star STEPH CURRY and “Family Guy” creator SETH MACFARLANE among the producers. The original series ran for six seasons on CBS, from 1974-1979. It centered on the Evans family, who lived in a public housing project in a poor, Black neighborhood in inner-city Chicago. A young JANET JACKSON joined the cast in the fifth season. There’s no word if any of the original cast will have voice roles, or how the reboot will differ from the original. But one of the producers says it will be, quote, “a little edgier.”
Olaf from “Frozen” is getting his own origin story. It’s called “Once Upon a Snowman” and it hits Disney+ on October 23rd
Joel McHale was on “The Tonight Show”and was asked if the rumors of a “Community” movie were true. SULLY ERNA from GODSMACK and AARON LEWIS from STAIND are launching The American Drive-In Tour on October 1st in Wichita, Kansas. And they’re not doing individual sets. The show is being billed as, quote, “a special evening of hits, covers and conversation with Aaron and Sully appearing together on stage.” All the shows will be at either actual drive-ins or venues where social distancing can be enforced. B&B Drive Inn in Independence MO *Socially distanced drive-in, up to four patrons per vehicle. Tix on sale today
Prince Harry is 36.
Tom Hardy is 43.
Dina Lohan is 58. Lindsay Lohan’s mom.
Dan Marino is 59.
Oliver Stone is 74.
Tommy Lee Jones is 74.
And today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY…yes…he is a baseball Hall of Famer…and…honestly you probably couldn’t name who he played for or any of his stats…however…he’s got a great name and its one of the best in sports….Gaylord Perry is 82 years young today.
Today’s birthday gal rounded the bases more times than all 750+ current MLB players combined in 55 fine films including:
- Barefoot & Tiptoe
- Lesbian Legs
- Make Me Happy
- The Sea Moose
- A Woman’s Touch
- The Secrets Of A Very Popular Teen
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in…One Small Step For Man…One Giant Step for Whore-Kind.
LORENA GARCIA is 34 YEARS OLD
Cardinals split doubleheader with Brewers as both games go into extra innings with really good pitching. The Cardinals fended off the Brewers from tying them for second place in the National League Central, which is what would have happened if Milwaukee won the second game. Now the Brewers remain two games back of the Cardinals with still three games to play over the next two days.
Denis Gurianov scored on a one-timer during a power play 3:36 into overtime, and the Dallas Stars beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 on Monday night to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2000. The Stars forced overtime in Game 5 with two goals in the final 10:06 of regulation. They closed out the Western Conference Final after Zach Whitecloud was sent off for delay of game for knocking the puck out of play. Anton Khudobin had 34 saves for Dallas, facing only one shot in overtime. Captain Jamie Benn and Joel Kiviranta, a rookie like Gurianov, got the Stars even with goals in the third period. The Stars are 5-0 in overtime this postseason. They also won 3-2 in Game 3 against Vegas, when Alexander Radulov scored 31 seconds into OT. The Stars wait to find out who and when they play in the Stanley Cup Final. Tampa Bay has a 3-1 series lead over the New York Islanders in the Eastern Conference Final. Game 5 of that series is Tuesday night.
It was almost a year exactly since Ben Roethlisberger last appeared in a game for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a 26-16 win over the New York Giants, spoiling coach Joe Judge’s debut. He was 21-for-32 with three touchdown passes in the game. The Steelers were down 10-3 when he threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster. He then found James Washington for a 16-yard touchdown with 7 seconds left in the first half. He would put the icing on the cake for the Steelers in the fourth quarter when he found Smith-Schuster again for the 8-yard score.
Benny Snell led all runners with 113 yards on 19 carries after James Conner left the game with an injury. For the Giants, the team couldn’t get going. Daniel Jones had two touchdown passes – both to Darius Slayton. But he also had two interceptions, one of which ended a 19-play drive near the Steelers’ end zone. Saquon Barkley was held to six yards rushing on 15 carries. It was the fewest amount of yards he’s rushed for since Week 10 against the New York Jets last season.
Stephen Gostkowski missed four kicks but gave the Titans the narrow victory over the Broncos in the first game of the 2020 NFL season. He hit a 25-yard field goal at the end of the game. Gostkowski had missed three field goals and an extra point before nailing the short 25-yard field goal to give the Titans a 16-14 lead with less than 20 seconds to go. Broncos quarterback Drew Lock would try to muster up a last-second game-winning touchdown drive, but to no avail. Tennessee picked up the victory. It was one of the worst games for Gostkowski in his career. He won the Titans’ kicking job late in training camp. He had never missed three or more field goals in a game in his career with the New England Patriots.
On the first Sunday of the NFL season, several coaches were seen either not wearing masks, or not wearing them properly. And the league is NOT going to stand for that. Vice president of football operations Troy Vincent issued a memo yesterday saying, quote, “[Protocol] requires all individuals with bench area access (including coaches and members of the club medical staff) to wear face coverings at all times. “Failure to adhere to this requirement will result in accountability measures being imposed against offending individuals and/or clubs.”
There’s no word what those “accountability measures” will be.