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WatchdogLet's get the Friday comment contest out of the way a day early to clear the palate for U.S. Open stuff: This week's winner is multiple champ John Philips for his take on Artie Lange's appearance on Joe Buck's HBO......
Tags: U.S. Open (tennis), Cher, New York Mets
WatchdogNewsday's story about seemingly inebriated spectators heckling pro golfers has been an Internet sensation this Sunday morning, as America ponders a U.S. Open now drowning its sorrows over drowning greens with the aid of adult beverages. I was at the......
Tags: Golf, U.S. Open (golf), Sports, Tiger Woods
Zap2It.comComedian Artie Lange bypassed a chance to crack jokes in order to focus on more serious matters. The Howard Stern sidekick checked into an "intensive" outpatient rehab program on Sunday, Aug. 3 instead of attending the Comedy Central roast for pal Bob...
Zap2It.comFOX formally announced on Thursday (Nov. 13) that this will be the final season for "MADtv" on the network. Currently airing in its 14th season as a late-night alternative to NBC's "Saturday Night Live," "MADtv" will end its run with its 326th episode,...
++++++++++++++++++++ || No || LW || Title Author Weeks on list || || 1 || (1) || Outliers Malcolm Gladwell 7 || || 2 || (-) || Guilty Ann Coulter 1 || || 3 || (2) || The Last Lecture Randy Pausch with Jeffrey Zaslow 39 || || 4 || (3) || Dewey Vicki...
Tags: Malcolm Gladwell, Bob Greene, Ann Coulter
FOX has announced the final season of Emmy Award-winning sketch comedy series MADtv. Now in its 14th year, MADtv will air its 326th and final original episode in May 2009. MADtv airs Saturdays (11:00 PM-Midnight) on FOX. "MADtv has been one of the...
The TV ZoneArtie Lange was on "Letterman" the other night promoting his new book and had a pretty funny joke about Ronkonkoma. He's probably said this on "Stern," but because I don't pay for radio have no idea. But if you......
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESMonday June 15, 1998 There's something vaguely subversive about comedian Norm Macdonald's insistence on depersonalizing everything and everyone. In his new movie "Dirty Work," he impersonally greets other characters with flat, under-descriptive...
Tags: Chris Farley, Norm Macdonald, Movies, Television, Death
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 23, 1999 Bodily secretions and abused pooches aside, the most startling quality of "There's Something About Mary" was the way it married the romantic comedy genre to the teen gross-out movie. All of that raunchy stuff that had audiences...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 5, 1999 For the first 60 seconds or so, "The Bachelor" comports itself like a movie with quirky yet real potential. A herd of wild horses stampedes across sun-blasted plains, while David Byrne bleats out the words to "Don't Fence...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 15, 1999 Cedric Kahn's relentless "L'Ennui" is such a rigorous exploration of sexual obsession that it proves to be a most demanding film. Virtually devoid of eroticism and sensuality, it depicts with the utmost realism a 17-year-...
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