Full name, Ronald J. Manager— ManagementWilshire Blvd. Career: Actor.
At any rate, she was in the first row, crying during the curtain call, and Ron reached out and held her hand and said "Are you alright? She'll be thrilled for at least a month. And leave something witchy.
I know it's important to the plot, but I still want to yell, "Just show up at Abby's after you've been to the party!!! I think George is probably an awesome person, and he's certainly very charismatic, but I've never really thought of him as an actor that can rise above mediocre material. Give him a part that plays to his strengths, like Ocean's Eleven, and he's terrific.
IT'S the new sitcom that has millions of viewers wondering: "Are men really that bad? Wading through the empty beer cans and discarded takeout food containers that litter their Indianapolis apartment, our two heroes live out their lives in a world of six-packs and sexual fantasy. Here are 20 things you should know about "Men Behaving Badly" and its stars if you're going to get involved with these guys.
By any normal standards of discretion expected of a network TV star, Rob Schneider is definitely behaving badly. Actors involved in high-profile shows do not usually hang out their dirty laundry in public. Based on Britain's top comedy of the same name, "Men Behaving Badly" takes a potshot at political correctness.
Written by executive producer Larry Levin and directed by Dean Parisot, the premiere is just very, very funny. Fresh to Bakersfield from the Washington police department, urbanized African-American Paul Gigante Giancarlo Esposito is paired with good-ol'-whitebread boy Wade Preston Ron Eldard in a police department populated by eccentrics. The boss is fuzzy Capt. Stiles Jack Hallettwho is incapable of making decisions.
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ALLOW me to start by calling for a moratorium on serial killers on screens big and small, and also on the use of naked corpses of good-looking young women discovered typically in weedy fields or abandoned warehouses for cheap titillating effect. We've had enough of them to last until mid-century. Last night's premiere episode of Blind Justice on Channel Ten offered both.