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‘Californication’: Police Ride-Along ‘Death Valley’ Crossover?

February 6, 2012

As preparation for his movie that is most definitely not “Beverly Hills Cop,” Samurai Apocalypse was invited on a ride-along with the local police on ” Californication ” (Sun., 10:30 p.m. EST on Showtime). He cajoled Hank, as his writer, to join him on the ride-along and Charlie weaseled his own way in to fulfill a childhood dream. But it’s unlikely his dream went like this ride-along did. In a very meta moment for however many fans of “Californication” happen to also be fans of MTV’s bizarre “Death Valley” comedy series, the officer they tagged along with was played by Bryan Callen. Callen is the captain of the Undead Task Force on that series, taking out werewolves, zombies and vampires. But he brought almost that same level of lunacy to his portrayal here. From joking about shooting a kid to literally taking the gang to a donut shop, with a drawn out explanation as to why they’re so important to a cop’s routine, it was as if this were an official crossover between the two shows. It was so absurd, at first it seemed clear he was joking when he started acting like he was having a heart attack. But he wasn’t acting. With the officer out of commission, the surreality of the episode didn’t end. Sam decided instead to steal the cop car, with Hank and Charlie still riding along. They got up to all sorts of trouble — and Charlie was traumatized as usual — until the episode ended with a real officer pulling them over after they offered a ride to Bates, off on a nude run through town. See if they get arrested as the already renewed “Californication” continues Sundays at 10:30 p.m. EST on Showtime. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. Original post: ‘Californication’: Police Ride-Along ‘Death Valley’ Crossover?

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Brad Goreski And Gary Janetti Play ‘Plead The Fifth’ With Andy Cohen

January 31, 2012

Stylist Brad Goreski had his boyfriend, ” Will & Grace ” writer/producer Gary Janetti , a little worried when the pair agreed to play “Plead the Fifth” on ” Watch What Happens Live ” (Weeknights, 11 p.m. EST on Bravo). Host Andy Cohen asked, “Tell us one unflattering thing about Gary we would be surprised to hear.” To which Brad replied, “He loves getting blowouts.” A worried-looking Gary obviously thought Brad was going to say something else and just about exploded in relief when he heard the word “blowout.” Then, Cohen asked Brad to name a celebrity he would refuse to style. Diplomatically, Brad replied, “My door’s always open.” When Gary was in the hot seat, Cohen asked him “Will or Grace?” The answer: Will, natch . But Gary showed he could be just as diplomatic as Brad when asked what was the worst project he’d ever written for. He plead the fifth on that. Watch Andy and his guests in the Bravo clubhouse on “Watch What Happens Live,” Weeknights at 11 p.m. EST on Bravo. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. Here is the original post: Brad Goreski And Gary Janetti Play ‘Plead The Fifth’ With Andy Cohen

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‘RHOBH’: Taylor Talks About Her Marriage Ending

January 10, 2012

With most of the cast enjoying a vacation in Hawaii on ” The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ” (Mon., 9 p.m. EST On Bravo), Taylor Armstrong was strangely alone during one of the most pivotal moments in her adult life. She’d just realized her marriage to Russell was over, and had left him. So she turned to another friend, Dana Wilkey, to try and get through some of the raw emotions she was dealing with. “I’m either crying or I’m screaming or I’m drinking too much,” Taylor admitted. “I’m just trying to keep a lid on a pot that’s overboiling. I’m just trying to hold it on and I can’t do it anymore.” Dana was supportive, but grateful to finally hear her friend saying what everyone had seen for so long already. “I just have to learn now to be on my own and discover that I’m worth something better than what I’ve had,” Taylor told her. There are only two episodes left in this season, and of course viewers already now the tragic end of the Armstrong’s marital problems. Russell Armstrong committed suicide on August 15, 2011, after filming had wrapped for this season. “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” continues Monday nights at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. View original post here: ‘RHOBH’: Taylor Talks About Her Marriage Ending

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