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The cast of "Modern Family" plays "Family Feud" with Jimmy Kimmel and it's pretty delightful
The cast of "Modern Family" plays "Family Feud" with Jimmy Kimmel and it's pretty delightful
about 3 hours ago
Apparently, Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel are ready to kiss and make up. Or maybe tear each other limb from limb. Outspoken rapper West will appear on Kimmel’s ABC late-night show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday, follow...
Apparently, Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel are ready to kiss and make up. Or maybe tear each other limb from limb. Outspoken rapper West will appear on Kimmel’s ABC late-night show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday, following a social-media war of words that found West calling Kimmel a “manipulative media mutherfucka.” Also read: Jimmy Kimmel Plays ‘Modern Family’ Feud – Must-See Sofia Vergara TV (Video) Followers of this sort of thing may recall that West threw a Twit-fit at Kimmel late last month. The tirade came after Kimmel spoofed an interview that West gave to BBC Radio, in which the rapper came off to some as self-aggrandizing. In the skit, Kimmel used children to reenact the interview. See photos: Jimmy Kimmel Hosted Italian Feast During Kanye West Tirade “JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS,” West raged in one tweet. “JIMMY KIMMEL PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES … OH NO THAT MEANS YOU WOULD HAVE GOTTEN TOO MUCH GOOD PUSSY IN YOUR LIFE…,” another missive read. See video: Jimmy Kimmel Responds to Kanye West Tirade Over BBC Interview Spoof Kimmel responded to West’s digi-rant on his show, saying that the rapper had called him for an apology. “Finally, I’m in a rap feud,” Kimmel cracked, adding that the situation had reached “DefKanye Five.” The post Kanye West to Appear on ‘Kimmel’ Following Twitter Rampage appeared first on TheWrap.Related stories from TheWrap:Jimmy Kimmel Plays 'Modern Family' Feud - Must-See Sofia Vergara TV (Video)Jimmy Kimmel's Solution for iPhone Sickness: 'Stop Looking at Your F---ing Phone' (Video)Jimmy Kimmel Hosted Italian Feast During Kanye West Tirade (Photos)
about 14 hours ago
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Jimmy Kimmel creating a Modern Family Feud; the women of Ophan Black Simpsonized; Jim...
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Jimmy Kimmel creating a Modern Family Feud; the women of Ophan Black Simpsonized; Jimmy Fallon and Paul McCartney Switch Accents; and Obama Takes His Shutdown Government to the Apple Store. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks! To kick things off today, TheHollywoodReporter has a guest review on Gravity from Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post! - Modern Family Feud http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYSiY_XILPY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YBKVl7ANtg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItxvNKN-0FM - Obama Takes His Shutdown Government to the Apple Store Applecare, Obamacare… same difference. _________ NEXT PAGE: Top 5 Disney Sidekicks… Click to continue reading SR Geek Picks: Simpsons + Orphan Black,Top Disney Sidekicks, Modern Family Feud & More
about 19 hours ago
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Don’t worry, though! There’s no animosity amongst these fake relatives! View Entire List ›
Don’t worry, though! There’s no animosity amongst these fake relatives! View Entire List ›
about 21 hours ago
Miner Andrew Forrest is set to support Gina Rinehart's eldest son John Hancock as trustee of a fund at the centre of a bitter legal dispute.
Miner Andrew Forrest is set to support Gina Rinehart's eldest son John Hancock as trustee of a fund at the centre of a bitter legal dispute.
1 day ago
Show thinking that he doesn't have to do the illogical thingPhoto Credit: WWE.comWhen Big Show reemerged from the back to face off against Triple H and The Shield, I thought I smelled shenanigans. After all, I was weaned on swerves, and ...
Show thinking that he doesn't have to do the illogical thingPhoto Credit: WWE.comWhen Big Show reemerged from the back to face off against Triple H and The Shield, I thought I smelled shenanigans. After all, I was weaned on swerves, and coming back out after being fired or dissed or what have you was a clear sign that something fishy was afoot. That trope was a signature of the Attitude Era, and it lasted as far as last year. The last time RAW was in Pittsburgh, Show was fired by John Laurinaitis (missin u, Big Johnny), and when he reappeared at Over the Limit, it was by the side of the man who fired him.Tonight though, WWE misdirected the audience by adhering to Occam's Razor, a logical truism that states the most likely thing to happen is the one with the fewest assumptions, i.e. the most likely thing to happen is what will happen most of the time. Of all the razors one might find in a wrestling company until tonight, Occam's wouldn't make the board on Family Feud. Razor Ramon and Ric Flair's razor definitely would though. Why would Big Show walk out to the ring? Because he just lost his job, and in wrestling, when a malady befalls you, whether simple as losing a match clean (explaining why R-Truth would rush to CM Punk's aid) or being jerked around by abusive employers to the point where they fire you, you get a chance to take a pound of flesh before you leave. Show was looking for his payback. He had nothing left to lose.Wrestling promoters are assumed to overthink stories because the empirical evidence supports that hypothesis. Logical fallacy was on overdrive in 1998, but because wrestling was so popular and because it consumed at least my consciousness to a large degree then, my gut fears and emotions are manipulated by those formative years. Lasting tag teams and friendships were a foreign concept to me until recently, much like expecting the least harebrained result tonight. In Vince Russo's America, things were made to be broken - friendships, logic, tables, bones, continuity... all of it.The duration of Show's arc on RAW tonight also informed Battleground to an extent. Absences were explained, consequences were doled out, story was progressed. Maybe WWE is foolish or haughty for wanting people to pay for the right to experience some parts of a story as they happen, but then again, the pitfalls of wanting both long term storytelling and resolution at every paid event reeks of cognitive dissonance. Should WWE have this many pay-per-views in rapid succession? From a story density standpoint, probably not, but you and I both know the driving factor will always be profit.But for now, at least from my perspective, the narrative from SummerSlam until the end of RAW tonight has worked, even if at times it felt rickety. Then again, would WWE be WWE if they went smoothly week to week? Some things from the Attitude Era will never change, but at least they're getting away from some of the most illogical parts of how they conducted business 15 years ago.
1 day ago
NY cabbie facing US charges he conspired in killings of Pakistani relatives amid family feud
NY cabbie facing US charges he conspired in killings of Pakistani relatives amid family feud
4 days ago
The Rinehart family's bitter feud will be played out in a public courtroom next week after billionaire mining magnate Gina Rinehart's youngest daughter lost a last-minute appeal to have the much-anticipated trial cancelled.
The Rinehart family's bitter feud will be played out in a public courtroom next week after billionaire mining magnate Gina Rinehart's youngest daughter lost a last-minute appeal to have the much-anticipated trial cancelled.
5 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: I’ve learned that Lionsgate-owned company Debmar-Mercury is finalizing a deal with TV station owner E.W. Scripps to partner on a syndicated legal panel talk show with The View alumna Star Jones as one of the co-hosts. Th...
EXCLUSIVE: I’ve learned that Lionsgate-owned company Debmar-Mercury is finalizing a deal with TV station owner E.W. Scripps to partner on a syndicated legal panel talk show with The View alumna Star Jones as one of the co-hosts. There isn’t a full-fledged pilot for the project yet, but I hear segments with Jones have been filmed. I hear the format calls for five hosts, and she is the only talent locked in so far. Jones mentioned in an interview with FishbowlNY this week that she had filmed a panel talk show pilot but withheld further information. “I’m more excited about this than I’ve been in long time,” she told the site. “It’s right in my wheelhouse.” Before her nine-year stint on The View, which made her a household name, Jones — an attorney by trade who served as ADA in Brooklyn — was a legal correspondent and commentator for NBC News, Court TV and Inside Edition and led the syndicated court show Jones & Jury. While best known for its 10/90 sitcom template, which has produced a number of series to sell to cable and go into syndication including Anger Management, Debmar-Mercury also produces and distributes first-run syndication fare, including The Wendy Williams Show and Family Feud. Meanwhile, Scripps, which owns 19 TV stations, mostly ABC affiliates, has been experimenting with original programming. It developed and successfully launched two shows last season, game show Let’s Ask America, developed in conjunction Warner Bros.’ Telepictures, and pop culture show The List. A rep for Debmar-Mercury declined comment. Related: Kevin James Tops 10/90 Comedy Series For Lionsgate & Debmar-Mercury
6 days ago
THE Rinehart family feud looks set for a court hearing after a failed last attempt to have the case moved into arbitration.
THE Rinehart family feud looks set for a court hearing after a failed last attempt to have the case moved into arbitration.
6 days ago