There aren’t going to be too many tales of long-lost love in the future, thanks to social media sites which make it just about impossible for folks to really lose touch with each other.
But there was obviously no Facebook when Betty Hove and John Grosch meet in the early 1940s. He was 17 and she was 16 and they quickly became sweethearts. But as their relationship began to blossom, Grosch joined the Navy and was shipped off to fight in World War II.
Dannon’s Super Bowl ad for their Oikos Greek yogurt stars John Stamos, perhaps because everybody’s favorite really handsome uncle is of Greek descent. The spot begins with Stamos being playfully spoonfed some of the yogurt by his pretty lady friend.
When British tourists Leigh Van Bryan and Emily Banting arrived in Los Angeles, customs officials discovered that Van Bryan had recently sent out a tweet about “destroying America.”
While any English person (and most Americans) would understand that by “destroy” he meant to get rip-roaring drunk and party so hard that he ends up offending a Kardashian, the literal-minded officials detained the pair for making terroristic threats.
Then: Danny Tamberelli was regular a 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 sitcom ‘The Adventures of Pete & Pete.’
Pat Sajak’s admission that back in the day he and Vanna White used to throw back a few margaritas before taping ‘Wheel of Fortune’ episodes has resulted in a frenzied search for any footage of a drunk Sajak.
So score one for the folks at ‘Conan,’ who have found video proof of Sajak’s on-air inebriation in a clip in which he slurs on and on about the game show’s success in the other countries.
‘Conan‘ sidekick Andy Richter insists he doesn’t do impressions, but happens to look an awful lot like GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. So for the last couple shows, Conan has been making Andy wear a white wig and silently imitate the former Speaker of the House.
The only thing ‘The Walking Dead‘ and ‘Growing Pains’ really have in common is that both are TV shows. But thanks to some clever editing, the two become one in this mash-up which mixes ‘Walking Dead”s opening credits with the Kirk Cameron sitcom’s memorable theme song.
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