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News Briefs: You Can Thank Old Navy for Luke Perry and Jennie Garth's Potential New Sitcom


Thanks for putting up with me this week, y’all. Tim will be back on Tuesday.


BUSINESS TIME

... Something called RumorFix is reporting that Jennie Garth and Luke Perry are developing a sitcom together but not dating (because apparently that was a thing). There have been rumblings about this reunion since the Old Navy commercial, but I guess this is our confirmation from Garth’s rep. The resulting series will probably be the best original comedy that TV Land has. [

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What the hell does "hot dogin' it" mean!? at 1:20 into the video!?
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Clint Eastwood's speech sounded like something I would hear at christmas after my grandpa had one-to-many egg nogs...
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Countdown to Catherine and Brian taking a grunting nap.
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I can't tell who I feel worse for in that story, Jennie Garth or Luke Perry. Reuniting for a sitcom sounds really lame and bad for their careers (such as they are), coasting on the nostalgia from 90210 will carry them not very far at all if they rely on it on purpose.



No, not Randy Jackson, now who will... ... uh, what? Oh, sorry, I fell asleep in the middle of that story about the country's stupidest show.



Poor David E. Kelley, he's turned his name into a cliche. At least it's not yet another legal show though. The odds of a trial in the first dozen episodes of any David E. Kelley show, by the way, are set in Vegas at 1:100 against it not happening.



Oh dear, Catherine O'Hara as one of Kenneth's family, that has the potential to be overplayed to the Nth degree, especially on 30 Rock where the directors just kinda shrug and let everybody do whatever they want as broadly as they want.
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It's time for a businessman to be a president, Clint? Paul Krugman has a paper called "A country is not a company". It explains very well and quite simplistically why a businessman cannot give advice on a country's economy.
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Epic fail Clint, epic fail.
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I am constantly amazed at how the American populace thinks that everyone that runs for office is the new Savior! Get a life!!!
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That's really not true this time. A significant portion of those who'll be voting for the opposition don't really like him, but they detest the incumbent.
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TMZ is rarely wrong about anything AI related, since they have an inside man - and that man is Nigel Lythgoe. So... later, dawg.
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TMZ doesn't get much wrong, honestly. People like to think that they do, but they're not like the inquirer. They actually have credible sources and information. *Shrug*
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Oh, man. Oh wow. I just definitely peed.



Bryan Cranston as Ron on 30 Rock? Wow.



What's your issue with David E Kelley? Boston Legal is my favorite show of all time! And I'm a Breaking Bad fan!
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Absolutely no surprise about Eastwood since anything GOP related is kook case, nut job, crazy. Enough said, haha. And you go Ken Kwapis, my home town boy.
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Ah, "kook case, nut job, crazy". Typical left-wing tolerance.
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Can we talk to you again in a few months, when Obama's back in Chicago fending off the gangbangers shooting up the city ... while Mitt Romney's in DC fixing all the things Obama screwed up?



See ya in January!
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