Chris Colfer at a book signing in New Jersey.
- Birthday shoutouts go to Marlo Thomas who is 75, and Goldie Hawn is 67.
- Just a reminder to please join me on Sunday night at 9 PM ET, when I Liveblog the Lifetime original movie Liz and Dick.
- Programming Note: Because of the holiday, AE will have a very limited schedule tomorrow and Friday, but we will have a Meme and Briefs both days, as well as a Puzzler, and recaps of Survivor and Glee.
- In ratings news, it was a bad night for Happy Endings and The New Normal, which both hit series lows.
- Discovery has canceled Dirty Jobs and American Chopper.
- Straight Men Respond to: “Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends”.
- Joanna Lumley and Leonardo DiCaprio make out filming a scene for The Wolf Of Wall Street.
- Dan Savage takes down Porno Pete
- Finally, Your Holiday Mom, now through New Year’s Day.
- Continuing the Official snicks Top 100 Lost Hits of The 80’s … And here we are. The Ten Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s! At Number Four is … “Voyeur” by Kim Carnes
- Kim Carnes has more songs on this list than other artist, and her last entry proves my belief that “Bette Davis Eyes” was as much a curse as it was a blessing for her career. It was an enormous hit (nine weeks at #1), but nothing she followed it up with could hope to compare to its success. She gave it a valiant try, though, with the title track to my 2nd favorite album of the decade, and a synthrock classic. “Voyeur” was a ballsy choice to follow up the radio and family friendly BDE, and it did earn her a Grammy nod for Rock Vocal, but both the album and single were notorious flops. The album was the lowest charting follow -up to a #1 album in Billboard history (until 6 years later when Mr. Mister took that title away), and the song sputtered out at #29 in October 1982. Here’s the clue for #3 – “I’m Always Looking For The Man Behind the Mask”
- Congrats to
Ed Meiller, who was the first to guess that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Free Willy.
- Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Below you can see characters from a famous movie. Can you name it?
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