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Books and Gnocchi

Have you noticed that gnocchi is everywhere lately?  “Everywhere” might be an exaggeration, but I think it has been mentioned in three out of four books I’ve been reading lately.  461 more words

Books

We Watched Ryan Gosling Portray Robert Durst In 'All Good Things' And It's All Kinds Of Weird

It’s just the strangest thing that All Good Things exists, especially watching it for the first time after watching The Jinx. Yes, All Good Things plays an integral part in The Jinx, because Robert Durst seemed to like how he was portrayed in the film, which was what prompted Durst to agree to the now-famous interviews with director Andrew Jarecki. 928 more words

TV

From the Vault: Ernest and Celestine

Ernest and Celestine (2012)

Starring: Forest Whitaker, Mackenzie Foy, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally

Directed by: Stephane Aubier, Vincent Patar, Benjamin Renner

About 2 years ago I saw the preview for Ernest and Celestine. 216 more words

Movies

Parks and Recreation (2009-2015)

Title: Parks and Recreation
Channel: NBC
Seasons: 7
Episodes: 125
Years: 2009-2015
Grade: A-
Comments: Despite people calling out NBC for only having hit shows under the ‘mockumentary’ genre comedy, it doesn’t matter because they are good.  93 more words

Television

Chelsea Handler and Nick Offerman Enjoyed Posing Nude

Chelsea Handler and Nick Offerman are trying their best to recreate the 1968 Rolling Stone cover page which featured John Lennon and Yoko Ono completely naked. 151 more words

Gossip

Chelsea Handler & Nick Offerman Go Completely Nude for Esquire April 2015 Cover

Doing their best to recreate the 1968 Rolling Stone cover featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono completely naked, Chelsea Handler and Nick Offerman got into their own birthday suits and posed for the April 2015 issue of Esquire. 130 more words

Fashion

Ron Swanson

This is by far one of the funniest characters to ever come onto Parks and Rec. His dry, rude, and self appraised attitude makes him one of my favorite celebrities to follow. 56 more words

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