Birthday shoutouts go to Chad Michael Murray (above), who is 34, Stephen Fry is 58, Alex O’Loughlin is 39, Rupert Grint at 27, and Marlee Matlin is 50.
Fear The Walking Dead Debut Ratings Draw 10.1M Viewers, Shatters Cable Records. What did you think of it?
Out The Young & The Restless star Greg Rikaart will join Major Crimes for a major multi-episode story arc.
How is it Greg Louganis was never on a Wheaties box, and what can be done now to change it?
NOM Turns Over Donor List in Maine Marriage Battle and It Contains Only 6 Names
A grandmother’s thoughts on wedding cakes.
That anti-gay vlogger who was caught on Ashley Madison had a rough weekend.
As expected, Stephen Amell and someone named Neville kicked ass at WWE Summerslam.
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Lily Tomlin sells weed from her dressing room.
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 … Nick Deutsch
Continuing the top 30 live-action TV themes/openings of the 90’s! At #22 is Suddenly Susan.
Airing on NBC from September 19, 1996 – December 26, 2000, Suddenly Susan was an enormous hit in its first season (ranked #3) thanks to its prime real estate between Seinfeld and E.R.. When it was moved to a new Monday time slot in Season Two, it tumbled down to #65 and never recovered. The death of cast member David Strickland near the end of Season Three almost meant the end of the show, but it was brought back for Season Four completely retooled … and with Sherri Shepherd. But the show did introduce us to Kathy Griffin, and it gave us the great theme song “Nothing On Me,” from Shawn Colvin, in Season Two and Three.
Congrats to TheatreBoi23, who guessed that Friday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was Sleeping Beauty.
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