In The Office universe, theres no question Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) was a better match for Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) than Roy Anderson (David Denman). For years, viewers just wanted to see Jim and Pam together. Meanwhile, Roy was just the terrible fiancé who stood in the way. But recently, Fischer admitted there was a time in season three when she thought Pam and Roy were the true love story of The Office instead of Jim and Pam. Heres why.
What happened to Pam Beesly, Roy Anderson, and Jim…
This Year’s Emmy Winners Want You to Vote – The New York Times
Racial justice and Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy were also recurring themes during Sunday night’s ceremony.
As vigils honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice who died on Friday, continued throughout the United States on Sunday, television stars gathered virtually for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, one of the first major awards shows to take place during the pandemic.
The loss wasnt explicitly mentioned until over an hour into the show, when Regina King said, Rest in power, R.B.G., while accepting her acting Emmy for Watchmen and wearing a shirt bearing Breonna Taylors likeness. But c…
The Kiss Song That’s a ‘Rip Off’ of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Brown Sugar’ – Showbiz Cheat Sheet
Kiss have some of the same swagger as the Rolling Stones. Fittingly an early Kiss song was an intentional rip-off of “Brown Sugar.”
The Rolling Stones and Kiss are both classic rock bands with a certain swagger, so it only makes sense one of Kiss more famous songs was an intentional Rolling Stones rip off. In fact, the Kiss song in question was originally going to have a name similar to the Rolling Stones song which inspired it. However Kiss member Paul Stanley got in the way of that.
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The song that inspired the Rolling Stones’ ‘Brown Sugar’
It all start…
Emmys: ‘Succession’ Creator Says “Un-Thank You” to Trump, Media Moguls While Accepting Outstanding Drama Award – Hollywood Reporter
The COVID-19 virus, Donald Trump and Boris Johnson were all name-checked in Jesse Armstrong’s unconventional acceptance speech.
Succession creator Jesse Armstrong gave an unusual acceptance speech as the HBO dramedy won the best drama prize at the Emmy Awards on Sunday.
The British writer-producer gave a series of “un-thank yous” to a number of individuals during the course of his speech, which was interrupted briefly by the ring of a telephone in the background. “Thank you very much indeed. This is such a very nice moment and it’s very sad not to be with the cast and some of the crew to share it with you all tonight, b…
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