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Robert Lynch

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  1. Miscellaneous Celebrity News

    Former Jeopardy champion could face prison for sneaking e-mails What the hell..?
  2. And this leads to the conclusion that it is hard to cope with what is going on because 99.9 percent of the time we don't know what our friends did in the past because their business is their business. We must remember that Wil suffers from chronic depression and I am sure his wife, Anne, is trying her best to explain everything to him. She has to be monitoring his tweets. It sounds cheesy, but remember Anthony Bourdain condemning his friend, Mario? I think Wil doesn't want another episode like that. Especially since Wil's blogs mentioned his cures for walking and being with the wife through these tough times. I am not sure what Wil would write next, but the best is to give him time.
  3. A relative of mine had the same issue with alcoholism and it wasn't easy for him to get it off. It took more than 3 years to lay off the drinking. Sometimes we cannot understand human behavior at all. It one of life's bigger mysteries.
  4. Hanity could go far away and never be seen again. The man spouts BS like no other. He is Trump's lackey, for goodness sakes. How can anyone listen to this man is beyond me.
  5. Jeopardy! Season 34 (2017-2018)

    I didn't James Widdoes from Animal House had a lookalike.
  6. Even if he never had dementia, the drinking made it all the more worse as he aged. I know there are some exceptions that they are people that could live through 90, despite drug use, however, in David's case, he was addicted for a long time. He had a family history of dementia, which makes it all the more sad. Even if David didn't have dementia, chances are that drinking could be contributed to his death.
  7. In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    98 is pretty incredible. Who could forget the tough Lolipop Guild fellow handing a lollipop to Judy Garland? RIP, tough guy.
  8. All Episodes Talk: Watch On, Watch Off

    But now there is a resurgence of 80s movies/shows being made into shows and lately a continuation of the Bill and Ted movies with the two original actors, excluding one actor who is no longer with us. So anything is possible.
  9. S11.E10: My Struggle IV

    So this show has been canceled as of right now?
  10. All Episodes Talk: Watch On, Watch Off

    This was really good. I am wondering if they would have done a revival of Goonies as well. I know there was some talk about it in a couple years back, but then it was kind of scrapped out. It was possibly due to Richard Donner's age, even though it was not entirely a Richard Donner film. It was all of Steven Spielberg's touches here and there. Since there is a lot of 80s revivals going on, would it be good to do Goonies as well?
  11. Roseanne: Domestic Goddess of All Media

    Can't wait for John Oliver to come back.
  12. That counts as two tone deaf celebs. Dean Cain, sit down with your Fox and Friends buddies and shut it. You are not relevant anymore. James Caan, really? To further your point in defending Freeman, you had to inject religion there? Geez, man. James Caan declares that God made men and women so they could be attracted to one another
  13. I bet if it was a man who was harassed by Weinstein, they would have been up in arms. But since his target was mainly of Hollywood women, everybody at Yahoo.com shrugs it off as if it is okay . That is why we have be better than that. This is not the 1950s, anymore. Unfortunately, there is some people that want to go back to that period.
  14. S05.E22: Let's Val Kilmer This Car

    I wonder what 80s movie tribute episode they would do as the new season opener...any thoughts?
  15. Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

    I am surprised they got Joseph Mazzello in a lead role as well. Not that I am complaining or anything. But this biopic should be fun, right?