Sedaris, who is, for the record, not a lesbian, has been a bunny person since the nineties. She’s had two of the little critters over the years. The first, Tattletale, was an impulse buy after gazing into a pet shop window. She adopted the second, a black-and-white Mini Rex named Dusty, who passed away recently at the age of 12. “I’m still in mourning,” said Sedaris while sitting on the floor of her Greenwich Village apartment, the walls of which boast bunny paintings. Toy rabbits that resemble her own can be found on a shelf, and in the bedroom she keeps two urns with her little angels’ remains. Sometimes, she writes them letters, telling them she misses them or how her day was. She’s waiting a year until she gets another. “This time,” she said, “I think I’ll get two.”
Saturday Night Live The Ambiguously Gay Duo and Bighead 3 3/4-Inch Action Figures in Tin Tote – Convention Exclusive
Inspired by Saturday Night Live’s “The Ambiguously Gay Duo” cartoon, this gift set includes an awesome tin tote and three action figures of key characters from the series! The colorful, collectible 8 5/8-inch wide x 7-inch tall x 4-inch deep tote showcases series-true artwork on all sides, including images of Ace and Gary flying, Bighead on his throne, and “The Ambiguously Gay Duo” logo. Inside the metal tote you’ll find three very cool 3 3/4-inch scale action figures of “superheroes” Ace and Gary, and the duo’s arch-nemesis, Bighead. Appearing just as they do in the cartoon, they feature articulation at the neck, shoulders, and hips so you can reenact your favorite scenes.
Available at San Diego Comic-Con at the Entertainment Earth booth (#2343) or for pre-order on their online store.
Overwhelmed by the explosion of news reports, interviews and articles that have swept across the media since CBS announced that Stephen Colbert would succeed David Letterman as host of ‘The Late Show’? Well don’t worry, Colbert News Hub has you covered. We’ve done our best to compile all the breaking news and information surrounding the newest late night shuffle up. As more news and information becomes available over the coming days and months, we will continue to update this post with the latest developments.
On last night’s episode of “Conan”, Conan O’Brien took issue with a tweet posted by @StephenAtHome regarding the “All Bear Edition” of ThreatDown. While “The Colbert Report” may have spotlighted a self-pleasuring grizzly, Conan remains his audience that for the past seventeen years, there has only been one real Masturbating Bear worth caring about.
For as little as a $10 donation, the winner and one lucky friend will be flown to London, where you will go behind-the-scenes on the closed set of “Star Wars: Episode VII” as VIP guests, watch filming, meet the newest cast members, and be transformed by the markup and costume departments into a Star Wars character who will be filmed for an actual scene in “Episode VII”.
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With Stephen Colbert about to take David Letterman’s throne and abandon his Bill O’Reilly-like persona, it’s time for a little reminder that he can do other characters as well. Prior to making a solo name for himself, he and his fellow Steve (i.e. Carell) were Saturday Night Live’s Ambiguously Gay Duo of Ace and Gary, who confounded foes with suggestive poses while never actually confirming their personal life details.
This summer, they can insert themselves right into your heart and cram onto your computer with this bobblehead-style toy that attaches to your monitor (and probably other things). We’re delighted to be debuting the first pictures of it right here on TR. Best of all, you don’t even have to go to Comic-Con for this item to penetrate your warm household – additional supplies will be available for $11.99 at Entertainment Earth.
Where were you when the Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon? Or if you weren’t around in the late 1960′s, what do you make of that “giant leap for mankind?”
Buzz Aldrin — the second man to walk on the moon — wants to hear from you, as he explains in the video above, released in anticipation of the moon landing’s 45th anniversary later this month.
“The whole world celebrated our moon landing, but we missed the whole thing because we were out of town,” Aldrin jokes in the video. “So now I invite you to share with me and the world, your story or your family’s story of where you were on July 20th, 1969.”
Celebrities are already buzzing about the anniversary, from Bill Nye to Stephen Colbert to John Travolta.
“I was five years old and my mom swears she got me up and she put me in front of the TV with my other ten brothers and sisters,” Colbert says in the video (03:15 – 03:23).
Full Article: The Huffington Post.
Hubsters, what were you doing when Apollo 11 landed on the moon? Share your memories of this historic event in the comments section!!