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In an episode that saw the two teams tasked with putting on a Medieval Times show, contestants took jousting to a whole new level, with one victim left dead in the game — which is to say, fired. My full recap will be up at 2am, but if you can’t wait to sound off… Continue reading ‘Celebrity Apprentice’: And the fired celebrity is…
By radio detection and ranging Staff
Following the tragic death of Whitney Houston at the Beverly Hilton Hotel nearly two weeks ago, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that the luxury hotel decided to fire staffers for talking to the press about the tragedy.
Houston, 48, died after consuming a fatal mix of Xanax, Valium and alcohol on February 11… Continue reading Staffers At Beverly Hilton Fired After Whitney Houston Death
Yesterday’s news that the Village Voice had laid off its longtime chief film critic J. Hoberman sent shockwaves through the worlds of movie journalism and independent film distribution. Aside from Roger Ebert, it’s hard to imagine a current critic who’s been at his post longer, who’s had more impact on the indie film world and on other critics, or who’s departure would leave a bigger void. His layoff… Continue reading Why J. Hoberman, Fired Village Voice Movie Critic, Matters
There are spoilers ahead, but you knew that already.
So, THAT happened during last night’s Sons of Anarchy. We have to wait until next week to find out exactly what comes next, now that Opie has unloaded two slugs into Clay’s chest. But the fact that Opie pulled the trigger twice—with Jax as a witness—speaks volumes about his state of mind (and show creator Kurt Sutter’s ability to push his characters… Continue reading Sons of Anarchy: Shots Fired