Dr. Rosenpenis. Dr. Rosenrosen. Dr. Rosen. John Cocktoston. Mr. Poon. Arnold Babar. Jane Doe. Ted Nugent. Fletch F. Fletch. They're all the same man: Irwin M. Fletcher. Goes by Fletch. He's actually 6'5", with an afro 6'9", and if you spend the night with him he will make you very happy.
How could they make a Hot Tub Time Machine sequel? A new deleted scene offers some hints: Chevy Chase's character lists all the other creations he invented. Fingers crossed for John Cusack's Freaky Friday Toaster or Dead Relative Taxi Driver.
Hot Tub Time Machine has a killer cast, including John Cusack, Chevy Chase, and Rob Corddry, and a weird premise about traveling back to your R-rated party-boy heyday. The one thing it didn't have, according to Cusack? A script.
Who knew that a midnight screening of Tron would turn out to be so important? This week's Chuck eagerly dumped the status quo and was all the better for doing so... Spoilers, of course.
MacWorld and our good buddy Stevesie are ripe for parody, and NBC's comedy-with-stuff-blowing-up Chuck has stepped up to the plate. Check out the clip below, it's got some great zingers.
Steve Jobs is trying to undermine our American way of life. Or, at least, I think that's what last night's Chuck was trying to tell us. Oh, and Chuck's dad is a time-traveling Enterprise captain.
The Chuck stunt-casting may be continuing, but at least the latest guest-star on the NBC series will have more comedy chops than Nicole Richie. Visiting the BuyMore for three episodes? That'll be Chevy Chase.