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The Entertation Index: April 8

April 8, 2010

Buddies, Bosom – Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari are reuniting for an Anniversary Award 30 years after they made Bosom Buddies’ Kip and Henry famous.  Peter will show up and say to Tom, “Wow, 30 years!  Yeah, man.  So…what have you been up to?”

Link: Bosom Buddies Reunite (Access Hollywood)

Bullock, SandraThe Blind Side star is denying an internet rumor regarding the existence of a graphic sex tape of her and husband Jesse James.  Some think the tape—or at least its speculated existence—is a ploy to garner some leverage against Bullock if she initiates divorce.  Leverage as in, “So, cutesy beloved America’s sweetheart, I cheated on you multiple times with tattooed Nazis, but now I’ll hang over your head a purported secret sex tape that I made without your knowledge!”  That should make a divorce less likely and acrimonious.  Let us know how that works out.

Link: Bullock Sex Tape (CBS)

Gosselin, Jon – The J&K+8 star has filed for custody of the kids, claiming that Kate’s stint on Dancing With the Stars has made her an absentee, essentially unfit parent.  Jon said this while chain-smoking unfiltered cigarettes and trolling a sorority row somewhere in Las Vegas to latch onto the first 21-year-old blond who’d get in the car with him to go to a pool party he’s hosting on the strip for Ed Hardy t-shirts.

Link: Gosselins At War (E! Online)

Montag, Heidi – The surgery-sculpted Hills star talks about things she can no longer do because of her plastic surgery.  She is unable to jog because of the size of her augmented breasts, and she fears hugging people because of her body’s fragility.  Luckily, no one ever wants to hug Heidi Montag.

Link: Montag’s Limitations (Us)

Paltrow, Gwyneth – In a recent interview with Vogue, Paltrow admits that she harbors a lot of hate: “I’ll wake up in the morning and think, ‘Ugh, I feel terrible’, and suddenly realise, ‘Ah, that’s why. I’m holding on to so much hate.”  She then realized that what she was feeling was her lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper “cleanses,” which would make anyone hate indiscriminately.

Link: Gwyneth Hates… (Telegraph)

Scrabble – Mattel caused an uproar recently when it announced that new versions of Scrabble would allow proper nouns.  The company sort of backtracked when it clarified, saying that the looser version would not be available in the United States.  What hath thou wrought, Mattel?  This can only lead to a thriving and violent illegal trade in Scrabble imports that allow people to score points for “Juggalo.”

Link: Scrabble Loosens up (Kotaku)

One Comment
  1. April 8, 2010 3:26 pm

    I so don’t get this whole Scrabble upheaval. I mean, unless you are playing competitively, doesn’t everyone just make up their own rules anyway. We, for instance, give extra points if you use your word a sentence with anitdisestablishmentarianism. Because it’s still my favorite word.

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