Kevin Bacon To Battle Graboids Again, The “Legends Of Tomorrow” Trailer is Epic: BRIEFS

Plus goodbye to a daytime icon

Birthday shoutouts! Garret Dillahunt (above) is 51, Sarah Hyland is 25, Denise Crosby is 58, and Colin Hanks is 38.


The top moments from ninja Chris Colfer’s interview with Larry King.

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School’s back in session in the Degrassi: The New Class trailer. Hey, are Tristan and Miles back together?

Germany pulls homophobic pop singer from Eurovision song contest following public outrage. Okay, German readers, what can you tell me about Xavier Naidoo?

Golden Girls granny panties make the perfect Christmas present. Of course, Blanche’s are crotchless. For those of you who wear underwear.



Kevin Swanson: Criticism of me is criticism of God himself.

“This is, I think, the reason why the media firestorm — we have touched the conscience of a nation and they realize they’re in trouble, they’re in trouble with the God of the universe.”

Daytime legend David Canary, who won five Emmy awards for his roles of Adam and Stuart Chandler on All My Children has passed way at the age of 77.

The full trailer for DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow is out, and it looks fabulous. “I’ve seen men of steel die, and dark knights fall.” It premieres January 21st on The CW.

Kevin Bacon will star in and exec. produce a new TV series version of Tremors. Oh please, please let it include Reba.

LGBT problems: When going home for Thanksgiving is simply too awkward.

Here’s the Tuesday Puzzler! “Smile for the camera”

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay and bisexual celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT™ to … Reid Ewing


Let’s spend a couple days on Reid’s greatest claim to fame so far, as the scene-stealing, adorable lunkhead with a heart of gold Dylan on Modern Family. Who can forget his epic, romantic love song, “In The Moonlight (Do Me)”

Three years ago I presented my personal favorite Briefs list, The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s, and because if there’s one thing Hollywood has taught us, it’s that sequels and reboots and remakes are ALWAYS better then the original, we’re going to the well again with The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s Part 2: The Even More Forgotten

We’ll be spotlighting 100 more of the greatest minor hits of the decade, the songs you don’t hear on any 80’s nostalgia show. Songs that missed the top ten, or top twenty … or top forty. Hopefully these forgotten gems may ring a long dormant bell, or for younger readers, provide a pop music history lesson.

At #60 is “Love Will Show Us How” by Christine McVie


Christine was sometimes overshadowed by whatserface in Fleetwood Mac, but her 1984 self-titled solo album was one of the great hidden treasures of the decade, filled with pop gems. “Got A Hold On Me” hit the top ten, but the second single “Love Will Show Us How” should have done much better, peaking at #30 in June 1984.

I remember the video well, it was one of the first I saw that had TALKING in it. And Paul Bartel!


Congrats to jazz and matth, who guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Rambo: First Blood Part II. Actually, neither of you were technically correct, because neither “Rambo” or “Rambo: First Blood” is the full title, but this scene pretty much represents the entire series.


Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here is a scene from a FAMOUS MOVIE. Can you name it?


And today’s Briefs are brought to you by … Puzzler guy Miguel Basilio

David Velez
80's Pop Culture Expert, Shooting At The Walls Of Heartache.