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Oxford-educated scientist and UNC professor Paul Frampton has been arrested in Argentina for drug smuggling.
The prof thought he was going to meet up with a bikini model, but he was tricked and instead got stuck in a bad situation.
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OH SHIZ! HERE WE GO!
We’ve been waiting four long months for this moment to arrive.
Remember when the whole world found out that Deena Cortese got so wasted while boozing in New Jersey last summer that she got arrested?
We get to watch it happen this Thursday!
The all …
Still no exact date for when we’ll all be breaking Netflix trying to watch the new season of Arrested Development, but HuffPo has at least given us a broad timeframe to get excited about: SPRING! It’s coming next spring. That is all.
The Workaholics cast will not be the only hard-drinking office workers on the set of the new Arrested Development.
TVLine says we can also count on seeing Mad Men‘s John Slattery being all grey-haired in the series redux. What will his role be? Will it involve hilarious baby props? Unknown! But considering the just-released news that his Mad Men co-star is going to provide the voice of a talking, animated toilet, it had better be good. Talking, animated toilet good.
In her defense, I’m sober and it even took me an hour to realize she’s not hugging Snooki. While filming an episode of Jersey Shore yesterday, Deena Cortese apparently looked down at her script and saw the words, “You’re the one who gets arrested this season,” so here she is horse-hammered drunk before being hauled Read More …
Not having herself the best of days, Deena Nicole Cortese of ‘Jersey Shore’ fame was arrested in Seaside Heights, NJ on Sunday (June 10).
The MTV reality star caught police’s attention after being spotted dancing around the streets and standing atop pool tables – with her continued actions finally prodding police to slap on the cuffs.
After being booked for disorderly conduct, Miss Cortese was later seen leaving jail with her parents as cameras captured all of the drama.
Among Miss Cortese’s other alleged doings during her drunken episode included the slapping of cars, which occurred as she was being hauled away by legal officers.
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The years of worrying whether or not there will ever been a “next Arrested Development” for Ron Howard to forecast are behind us. We now know yes, thanks to Netflix, there will be more Arrested Development–and thanks to the ever-inquisitive mind of Al Roker, we also know it’s shooting this summer. But when will it come, what form will it take, and will Scott Baio be involved? Series creator Mitch Hurwitz has provided us those answers.
Speaking at an event in Las Vegas (as documented by Vulture), Hurwitz yesterday revealed that the entirety of the new season of Arrested Development will hit Netflix all at once. Mirroring the harmony of a choreographed mass chicken dance, the episodes will be littered with “clues and connections” that sync up when the season is revisited and considered as a whole. The episodes were originally intended to break the old format and each highlight a particular character, but Hurwitz explained they’re now “kind of evolving into becoming more like the old show again,” which is fine, as the old show was pretty solid.
While Steve Holt’s participation is still in question, Hurwitz did confirm the return of Bob Loblaw, saying:
“We will bring him back. It’s kind of a one-joke thing. But if you guys don’t mind bringing it back, we’ll give it to you.”
We do not mind. And Baio’s post-Development career especially does not mind.
Expect the new episode deluge sometime next year. If it’s well-received, Hurwitz “would love this to be the first first of many visits.” This could be but the beginning of constantly worrying about another season of Arrested Development for years to come.
‘Arrested Development’ Shooting This Summer, Because It’s Still Seriously Happening and Isn’t That Pretty Exciting?
It’s been almost five months since Arrested Development was, at long last, confirmed for an additional season and a film. Has the lack of updates and/or paparazzi shots of cut-offs got you nervous? Me too. Al Roker, too, apparently. When Will Arnett showed up at NBC Today to promote Up All Night, the visibly overstimulated weatherman used the opportunity to ask Gob about the progress of the belated extension. Arnett replied:
“We’re about to start making the Arrested Development miniseries and right into the movie, yeah, this summer.”
IT’S GETTING SO REAL.
George Clooney was arrested in Washington, DC today for protesting outside the Sudanese embassy, except none of that’s even scandalous at all because he wanted to get arrested to bring exposure to his cause and was smiling the whole time. But what is important is that I’ve discovered George Clooney testifying to a senate hearing Read More …