Does Your Dog Need a Vacation Right Now?
It’s amazing how many surveys there are now, and how many RIDICULOUS questions get asked. Like this . . .
A new poll found 68% of people with cats and dogs think their pet needs and deserves a VACATION right now.
52% of people who plan to travel with their pet in the next year admit they talk to them in the car . . . 31% have played special music for them on a road trip . . . and 41% say their pet can’t travel without their favorite toy.
A Woman Offers a Guy a Bottle of Water on a Hot Day, and He Exposes Himself
File this one under “a good deed never goes unpunished.”
A 62-year-old woman in Cleveland was at her house last Wednesday, and noticed a guy in his mid-30s sitting outside in his car.
It was really hot out, and he was in a sweater. So she decided to be nice and go offer him a bottle of water.
He said okay, and followed her to her garage where the water was.
Then after she handed him the water, she looked down . . . and realized he’d opened his pants and EXPOSED himself.
She says she asked him WHY he thought it was a good idea to pull his junk out. But he didn’t answer and just took off.
It’s not clear if the cops have tracked him down yet.
I didn’t get to this yesterday but Colin Jost from SNL posted a few days ago on Instagram that his wife Scarlett Johanson was pregnant with presumably his child. Quickest pregnancy ever congrats on the birth of their kid. They named him Cosmo This is actually her SECOND child. She also has a daughter named Rose with her ex-husband Romain Dauriac. This is Colin’s first kid. In his post, Colin also asked for privacy, and directed all inquiries to their “publicist” MICHAEL CHE. . . who’s actually Colin’s “SNL” co-star.
It took 6 seasons before they told us Kramer’s first name.
Gilligan’s last name never mentioned
Columbo 6 seasons never said his first name or his wife’s name. never saw her. He was never really seen in a non working environment. Rarely even seen in his office.
TV characters we never saw
Bob Sacamano, Cousin Jeffrey — Seinfeld
Stan Walker (Karen’s husband “Will & Grace”)
Vera Peterson — Norm’s wife Cheers
Maris Crane on Niles Crane’s wife Frazier
President Stuart Hughes on Veep
Mrs. Wolowitz (Howard’s mom “The Big Bang Theory”)
“Ugly Naked Guy” (“Friends”)
The stand-up special “Marlon Wayans: You Know What It Is” on HBO Max today
Last week it was announced that Mike Richards, the show’s executive producer, would become the new host, with Mayim Bialik taking the over during primetime and spin-off “Jeopardy!” specials, including the upcoming “Jeopardy! National College Championship.” That news was met with lots of really no ways! Richards has been called out for some old tweets and old podcast comments. If it was up to “Jeopardy!” viewers, LeVar Burton would have been chosen according to a new poll Mr Burton got 14% of the votes, Mayim Bialik got 13%. Richards got only 3% LeVar says ‘Jeopardy!’ tapings got off to rough start: ‘Can’t let your focus drop for a nanosecond’
Last night on “The Tonight Show”, Michael Keaton talked about playing Batman again in “The Flash” movie. He told a great story about Jack Nicholson on the 1989 “Batman” set.
There’s going to be a “Captain America 4”, starring ANTHONY MACKIE as your new Captain America. As you probably know, Anthony plays the Falcon in the MCU . . . but by the end of the Disney+ show “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, he finally came to terms with being the new owner of Captain America’s shield. At the end of “Avengers: Endgame”, “old” Captain America Steve Rogers passed the shield on to him. There’s no word if SEBASTIAN STAN will show up as the Winter Soldier, but it seems likely. There’s also no word if CHRIS EVANS will make an appearance.
For the low cost of $2 million, you can reserve your crypt space between Hugh Hefner and Marilyn Monroe. The plot in Los Angeles was purchased by Broadway composer Jerry Herman in 1997. When he passed away in 2019, he was buried in New Jersey next to his mother. So now, the space is up for grabs. Herman’s family is trying to sell it, and they will cash in when they do.
A&E explores the DARK SIDE of HUGH HEFNER’s “Playboy” in a new docuseries. The trailer dropped yesterday, “Secrets of Playboy” features sitdown interviews with Hef’s former girlfriends Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt and Sondra Theodore, his personal valet Stefan Tenenbaum, “Bunny Mother” PJ Masten, Playboy Mansion West resident Jennifer Saginor and members of Hefner’s staff and inner circle, including his bodyguard and butler. The docuseries premieres next year on A&E.
BRITNEY SPEARS has been pretty clear about being on a career hiatus . . . basically because she didn’t want to record or perform while her father was pulling the strings. But that might be about to change now that he’s agreed to back out of her conservatorship. Britney’s boyfriend Sam Asghari said, quote, “Absolutely, man. Hopefully.”…when asked about her performing again.
GARTH BROOKS is canceling the five remaining concerts on his Stadium Tour due to COVID-19. These are stops in Cincinnati, Ohio . . . Charlotte, North Carolina . . . Baltimore, Maryland . . . Foxborough, Massachusetts . . . and Nashville. Here’s his statement: “In July, I sincerely thought the pandemic was falling behind us. Now, watching this new wave, I realize we are still in the fight and I must do my part. It is with a heavy heart we announce the decision to cancel all five shows.” He’s planning to “reschedule and start over” when this wave is behind us.
You can hit up GarthBrooks.com for details.
We always hear stories about actors and the roles they didn’t take. If it were up to Barbra Streisand, Will Smith and Beyonce would have been in the 2018 remake of A Star Is Born. Streisand starred in the original film in 1976 with Kris Kristofferson. Barbra told The Sunday Project, “At first, when I heard it was going to be done again, it was supposed to be Will Smith and Beyoncé, and I thought, that’s interesting. Really make it different again, different kind of music, integrated actors, I thought that was a great idea. So, I was surprised when I saw how alike it was to the version that I did in 1976.” The roles went to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
Today’s birthday girl has been in 310 fine films, including:
– The Ass Masterpiece
– Ba Dunk a Bounce 2
– Bad Ass Black Mamma Jammas
– Big Butt Smashdown 3
– Chunky Butts 2
– Thicka Than A Snicka 4
– And who can forget her role in 2004’s More Rolls Than a Bakery
Angel Eyes is 41 years old.
- The NBA season is quickly approaching, and the league wants to get you hyped for it.
- On Tuesday, the national television schedule for Opening Night and Tip-Off Week was released.
- The first game of the season will be on Tuesday, October 19th, when the Milwaukee Bucks will raise their championship banner against the Brooklyn Nets. For game two of the TNT doubleheader, the Golden State Warriors will take on The Los Angeles Lakers.
- The NBA also revealed its five-game Christmas Day schedule. It will be highlighted by a primetime matchup on ABC between the Nets with Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving taking on the Lakers with LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Russell Westbrook.
- Other Christmas Day games include the Hawks vs. Knicks, Celtics at Bucks, Warriors vs. Suns, and Mavericks at the Jazz.
Mistakes were made. The Cardinals had it to the ninth against the first place Brewers and then watched the lead vanish along with a home run over the left-field wall in the ninth inning and then the 10th dissolved on the Cardinals. Milwaukee’s go-ahead run scored on a wild pitch and an error put that runner at third. Two more unearned runs followed as the Brewers rallied to run away with a 6-4 victory Wednesday night in the 10th inning at Busch Stadium. Milwaukee erased a Cardinals’ 3-0 lead with three solo homers, two off Flaherty before the end of the sixth and that game-tying one that I mentioned in the ninth off Alex Reyes. https://www.stltoday.com/sports/baseball/professional/extra-messy-crisp-close-game-comes-apart-on-cardinals-as-brewers-rally-seize-on-mistakes/article_fac4bd64-3bbb-5c79-ab81-9ae275ff0df9.html
Caleb Smith stood in apparent disbelief, his hands on his hips. The top of the eighth had just ended, and manager Torey Lovullo was huddled with the umpire crew. Smith’s red glove — more specifically, the glove’s blue inner lining — was the center of attention. The Diamondbacks beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-2, on Wednesday night at Chase Field, but what happened in the eighth overshadowed the outcome of the game. Smith, the Diamondbacks’ left-handed reliever, was ejected, his glove confiscated. Umpires said they detected a foreign substance inside Smith’s glove. Smith said it was nothing more than dirt. If the umpires’ suspicions are upheld by Major League Baseball, Smith will be forced to serve a 10-game suspension. “If they say that they find something on it,” Smith said, “that’s bulls–i cause there’s nothing on it.” Two months ago, baseball implemented new rules banning the use of foreign substances that pitchers had long used to enhance their grip on the ball. Prior to Wednesday night, only one player — Seattle Mariners left-hander Hector Santiago — had been caught and suspended. What happens next with Smith is not entirely clear. Per the letter of the law, his ejection comes with an “automatic” suspension. However, when Santiago’s glove was confiscated during a game on June 27, he was suspended two days later. He appealed the suspension and continued pitching until the appeal was heard — and denied — in mid-July. Umpires checked Smith’s glove after his first inning of work in the top of the sixth. But it wasn’t until he was checked a second time, after the top of the eighth, that third-base umpire Phil Cuzzi found a “sticky” substance
From the first pitch to his last, Wednesday’s game was all drama for Lance Lynn.
Despite allowing just one run through four innings in the White Sox’ 3-2 victory over the Athletics, it was one of Lynn’s shakier starts of the season. It took him 31 pitches to get through a first inning in which he retired three batters in a row, two on strikeouts, to strand runners on second and third. He got out of a few other jams and then shortly after the 4th Lynn was already in the dugout when the umpire approached the dugout asking to see his belt for a routine foreign substance check. He tossed the belt over the rail toward the umpire and was immediately ejected. La Russa tried to argue on Lynn’s behalf, but to no avail. “Obviously, I hurt his feelings,” Lynn said. “He threw me out because I tossed my belt, and I said, ‘Well, if you were on time [to the dugout for inspection], we wouldn’t have this problem.’”