This weekend we learned that Mitt Romney will almost certainly be running against Barack Obama for President this fall, and that New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has cemented his status as an elite quarterback by winning his second Super Bowl. Now imagine a crazy scenerio in which only QBs can run for President.
Then: Danny Tamberelli was a regular face on Nickelodeon during the ’90s, appearing on ‘The Baby-Sitters Club,’ ‘All That’ and ‘Figure it Out.’ But his most famous role on the network was that of Little Pete in the quirky cult hit sitcom ‘The Adventures of Pete & Pete.’
If Disney’s princesses had lived in the 21st Century, they’d probably major in art history at an East Coast liberal arts college and then move to a parent-subsided walk up apartment in Brooklyn, where they would intern at some cutting-edge media company. At least the ones in this nifty artwork would, that is.
Little Kaylee huffs and she puffs, but she doesn’t seem to be able to blow a candle out. So intense (and adorable) are Kaylee’s attempts at fire extinguishing that her mom worries the curly-haired youngster will pass out from lack of breath.
Then: Christine Lakin played Alicia ‘Al’ Lambert on the sitcom ‘Step By Step.’ Since Al was from the more male-dominated side of the blended family, she was more of tomboy than her two step sisters, although her burgeoning beauty shined through her character’s overalls and boxy flannel shirts. So what happened to her?
We’ve all seen the heartwarming videos of soldiers stationed overseas surprising their children stateside with early returns home.
And that’s how this video of Capt. Cherissa Jackson, who had been deployed in Afghanistan, begins, with mom surprising her daughters Anita and Ashley at a Gaitherburg, Maryland Kentucky Fried Chicken. But then it gets even more touching.
The birth of Blue Ivy Carter to Beyonce Knowles and Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter may have delighted fans of the famous couple, but it’s not such a big hit with some of the other new parents at the Manhatten hospitial in which she was born.
Then: Jonathan Taylor Thomas played snarky middle child Randy Taylor on the long running sitcom, ‘Home Improvement,’ a role which made “JTT” extremely popular with the ‘Teen Beat’ set. During the ’90s he was also the voice of Simba in ‘The Lion King’ and spoofed fellow child actor Macaulay Culkin on ‘In Living Color.’ So what happened to him?
Sometimes a TV character will fire off a line of dialogue that is so good you find yourself quoting it the next day. The Huffington Post’s TV critic Maureen Ryan has compiled a list of her 11 most memorable TV lines of 2011, which includes remarks from the likes of ‘Parks and Recreation’s’ Ron Swanson, ‘The Office’ cut-up Jim Halpert, and ‘Breaking Bad’s’ meth-dealing teacher Walter White.
The pair, who starred in the 2009 non-traditional rom-com ‘(500) Days of Summer,’ reunited to do an acoustic cover of Nancy Wilson’s ‘What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?,’ and it is every bit as sweet and precious as you would expect it to be.
Then: Jason Hervey played Wayne Arnold, bullying older brother to Fred Savage’s Kevin Arnold (and, really, the entire nation) on the hit sitcom ‘The Wonder Years.’ Before his star turn as Wayne, Hervey had substantial experience as a child actor, including a recurring role on ’Different Strokes.’
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