Have you watched Netflix’s “NEW” One Day At A Time yet? I did. It really is quite incredible for a three camera sitcom. I wasn’t planning on loving it, but I did. Totally comfort food like feel to it. This review on VOX explains it well as does this Vulture review on the coming-out story. The cast is superb. Justina Machado is PERFECTION. And here’s cutie Todd Grinnell taking off his mis-guided Che Guevara tee. Watch the scene at the end of the post.
©1993 Bonnie Prudden, Inc. The Bonnie Prudden Show was shot by the Canadian Broadcasting Company in Australia, Canada, and Singapore in 1967.
LOVE this woman! Used to watch her as a kid. She exercised in the best outfits.
Watch all six videos in a row… ABOVE!!!
BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW premieres tonight on CBC in Canada! So exciting to see these four women ( Caroline Taylor, Aurora Brown, Jenn Whalen & Meredith MacNeill) getting a lot of praise and love… they deserve it. So extra proud of Jenn, my bestie for like 30 years. Yay Jenn!!! Hooray for everything!!!
A very clever and extremely funny show. If you’re like me and ultra-love funny women, you will adore this show. Check out the videos below to get a taste…
Episode one and the following 5 episodes can be streamed here @ CBC starting tomorrow.
on CBC TV on TUESDAY NIGHTS AT 9:30/10NT
Whatever, Boyfriend Jeans. You’ve had your moment. It’s time to move over and make room for Slutty Cousin Jeans, Ex-Husband Jeans, and the horrifyingly shapeless Sister Wives Skirt.
Welcome to your 40s, a magical place where you’re suddenly okay with strutting around naked in your gym’s change room for as long as it takes to pluck out each individual armpit hair in front of 12 full-length mirrors.
Caesars with breakfast? We’re at the cottage!
Busy day? Dry shampoo. No time to shower? Dry shampoo. Marriage falling apart? Dry shampoo. Nervous breakdown? We cannot stress it enough: dry shampoo.
Ever find yourself weeping over a coworker’s dead body one night after work as you awkwardly dig his grave in your stilettos? No? You clearly aren’t taking ‘Fuck, Marry, Kill’ seriously enough.
Ellen and Ian travel to Jamaica, a country notorious for its homophobia, and explore how the area’s gay community is perceived.
Ellen and Ian embark on a road trip from the Iowa State Fair to Pride in New York. With a country battling between religious liberty and the fight for queer rights, they witness the good, bad and ugly of America’s relationship with its LGBTQ citizens.
INSPIRED LOOK OF THE DAY: KEVIN BALL (steve howey) in his LEOPARD PRINT BANANA HAMMOCK on SHAMELESS…
Ellen and Ian arrive in Rio during Carnival to find out how Brazil’s queer community live in a place with the highest LGBTQ murder rate in the world.
VICELAND: Ellen and Ian are in Japan, on a journey which includes getting friendship-married at a Buddhist temple, working at a rent-a-friend agency and joining the party in the world’s smallest gay bar.
Ellen Page and her best friend, Ian Daniel, set off on a personal journey to explore LGBTQ cultures around the world. From Japan to Brazil, Jamaica and here in America, Ellen and Ian discover the multiplicity of LGBTQ experiences, meeting amazing people and hearing their deeply moving stories of struggle and triumph.
“What doesn’t kill you only makes you gayer.”
Tons of pics of these two fine fellas after the jump…
IMDB: Willie experiences difficulty accepting his childhood friend Zeke who is arrested in a gay bar. Buddy seeks dancing lessons from a disinterested Nancy.
Interesting article @ A TERRENCE MOSS PRODUCTION about his thoughts on this episode
Like? Past post of WEBER goodness HERE!
Ethel Merman and Austin Pendleton co-starred as mother and son in “You’re Gonna Love It Here,” a proposed sitcom from 1977.
Red outfit… and original commercials (Vicki Lawrence + Coronation instant milk= YES!!!).
LIKE? Check out THIS BETTE DAVIS sitcom post HERE!!!
Take it from Merm…
THE FIRST EVER U.S. TELEVISED DOCUMENTARY ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY: KQED’s “THE REJECTED” (The Gay Ones) from SEPT 11th, 1964
Introduced by KQED’s General Manager James Day, The Rejected is generally acknowledged as being the first ever U.S. televised documentary about homosexuality, broadcast on September 11th 1961. Originally titled ‘The Gay Ones’, The Rejected was filmed mostly in the KQED studio. Several sources – including co-producer Irving Saraf – confirm that at least one scene was shot on location at the Black Cat Bar in San Francisco (710 Montgomery Street).
However, those scenes and others were cut from the film before it aired. Production correspondence written from March to July 1961 between KQED’s Program Manager Jonathan Rice and NET’s Director of TV Programming Donley F. Feddersen outline this process whereby The Rejected was edited down from it’s original 120 minutes, to 89 minutes, then 74 minutes and finally the 59 minute version which aired. You can now view an original draft script for The Rejected in DIVA, scenes from which never aired.
ADVOCATE 2011 article HERE
Please note: copyright to The Rejected is held by WNET. All rights reserved. WNET is the premier public media provider of the New York metropolitan area and parent of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21. The Rejected was originally produced by KQED for National Educational Television (NET) – the predecessor of WNET – and first aired on September 11th 1961, on KQED Ch.9 in the Bay Area.
HOTARIOUS: GISELE MacKENZIE stars as Katherine Chancellor on The Young and Restless, August 1986 (think GREAT bad porn acting)
During the summer of 1986 actress Jeanne Cooper was suddenly taken ill and was briefly replaced on the soap opera, The Young and Restless, by international singing star Gisele MacKenzie. Gisele had established herself in Canada during the 1940’s, where she won the title of Canada’s First Lady of Song.
Sadly, the videos are not embeddable so below are the links…
Thom Bierdz shows up too!!!
Check out Sissydude’s past THOM BIERDZ is My NEW BOYFRIEND post from 2012
HOTARIOUS: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO/ MASK OF DEATH with JOHN DAVIDSON as a female impersonator/murderer (via Grant)
John Davidson’s best acting performance (in the eyes of nearly everyone associated with the show) comes when he plays a nightclub entertainer who dresses up as a famous female torch singer. Unfortunately he is schizophrenic, and becomes her and him — at the same time. Even worse, “she” is a psychotic killer. Watch for a chilling scene where “he” talks to “her” in a mirror. Written by Peter Harris