Monday, April 12, 2010

...For The Ride Home: Conan on TBS, Big Ben is a free man and R.I.P. Proof

In honor of Tina Fey on "Saturday Night Live," her movie finishing No. 1 at the box office over the weekend and her reportedly filming the season finale of "30 Rock" last week, we offer you the wonderful woman with ...her husband. Yep. That's him. Strange, isn't it? You'd think it's time for an upgrade but hey, her loyalty does not go unnoticed. At least by this particular blog. Wanted to offer up her "Weekend Update" appearance, but can't find the video anywhere. Know what else we can't find? "Treme." Anyone have any idea where we can find this online? Any links would be greatly appreciated. Showed up last night to see if anyone wanted to take up the offer on a conversation or two and thus, saw nothing. It was like being stood up on a date. A virtual date. Did anyone see it? Disappointing? Good? Better than expected? This is what the comments section is for, friends. In any case, onward and upward to week three.

Speaking of "Saturday Night Live," Mark Sanchez left the after-party with six women. To all the women in the hizzie: Is he really that dreamy? (TMZ)

Speaking of quarterbacks: Big Ben got off (hehe). "We are not condoning Mr. Roethlisberger's actions that night. But we do not prosecute morals. We prosecute crimes." (ESPN)

Roger Waters is bringing "The Wall" to the states. (Billboard)

For fans of "Entourage." (Funny Or Die)

This got brought up last week, but it's an awfully good question, and the more stories that are written about this topic, the more interesting it gets: Why isn't there another Bill Simmons? (National Sports Journalism Center)

Four years ago yesterday, Proof died. (XXL)

The Masters could have brought in TV's highest golf ratings ever? (USA Today)

Conan on TBS isn't going to work. Expect a post on that sometime in the near future. As for now, read about how it all came together. (New York Times)

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