The Most Dangerous Game

· Canada may have exported its fair share of classic game show hosts, like Alex Trebek, Monty Hall, and Pictionary's Alan Thicke, but the space-invading, child-scaring Fergie Oliver was not among them. If you can make it through this video compilation of his most cringe-inducing moments, you're a braver soul than I. [Videogum]

· Now that he's done the naked thing, Daniel Radcliffe will suit up for a Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. [Playbill via Vulture]

· Who wants to live in the Hollywood Sign? [Curbed via Seth Abramovitch]

· Debra Winger will join In Treatment's third season as one of the show's marquee patients. [Deadline]

· Forbes did its annual ranking of the wealthiest fictional characters, and somehow, Peter Facinelli's character from Twilight placed at number one over Scrooge McDuck. This isn't going to make girls buy your magazine, Forbes. [Consumerist]



Comments

  • Furious D says:

    1. Another secret was that Roman Polanski was the show's director.
    2. I hope there's a magic potion for singing over at Hogwarts.
    3. Dibs on the "H!"
    4. The trick is that she really thinks she's in therapy.
    5. No one is richer than Scrooge McDuck!

  • SaltySue says:

    1) ZIng!!
    I have no doubt in my mind that that man is a pedophile. Who the hell tells a child they'll lose the game if they don't kiss the host? And the part about it being easier to kiss the moms than the kids, well that was the icing on the cake.
    3) An intriguing but bad idea.

  • Dimo says:

    No snarky comment here, that was just plain disturbing.

  • saveferris says:

    As a kid in Toronto, I wanted to be on Just Like Mom more than anything in the whole wide world. I had what I considered a genius plan for winning the bake-off (make the cookies so utterly disgusting and full of mustard and Mom would know they were mine). Luckily for me, my mother categorically refused to have anything to do with Just Like Mom.

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