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Originally posted 12/17/2015 03:50PM
Just over 25 years ago, Macaulay Culkin taught the world that a home invasion can result in physical comedy magic and family fun for all. Yes, Home Alone first opened in theaters on Nov. 16, 1990.
Originally posted 07/14/2015 12:00AM
[YOUTUBE "ULt_YLDGwQs"] John Candy, Rick Moranis, Catherine O'Hara, Dave Thomas, Eugene Levy – they're all here. And they're playing softball.
Cult sketch comedy series Second City Television brought together some truly funny people. And while we can still enjoy them working together in their sketches and the many, many movies they subsequently starred in, a recently uncovered video offers a glimpse at these people just being themselves – and being friends – back in 1982.
The video, posted last week by the SCTV Youtube archive , shows the cast of the show playing softball against the crew in Edmonton City Park 33 years ago. And it only came to light, according to the video, after being found by John Candy's widow, Rose.
Originally posted 03/03/2015 04:45PM
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Wednesday's episode of Schitt's Creek is called "The Walk In" for a reason: Snotty son David Rose (Daniel Levy) finds his parents Moira (Catherine O'Hara) and Johnny (Eugene Levy) in flagrante delicto.
Since the riches-to-rags Roses are currently in very close quarters after losing everything, David easily storms out through the adjoining door so he can express his revulsion to sister Alexis (Annie Murphy).
Originally posted 02/17/2015 07:30PM
God loves a terrier. Yes, he does.
Originally posted 02/11/2015 07:10PM
Do you enjoy things that are gut-wrenchingly funny? Laughing out loud? Spit-takes? Then tune in to new comedy Schitt's Creek, premiering Wednesday on cable's Pop network (formerly TVGN) at 10 p.m.
This new single-cam comedy from Canada stars longtime comedic duo and friends Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy, as well as Levy's son Daniel (co-creator of the show), hilarious newcomer Annie Murphy, and Chris Elliott. It's a comedy-gold cast – and the first time O'Hara and Levy have ever starred on the small screen together. (Though of course, you've seen them act together in Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show.)
The premise is funny enough: The Roses are a super-loaded family (as in, mega-rich, very eccentric and spoiled) but lose everything they own thanks to a shady business manager. The only asset they have left is a tiny, backwater town called "Schitt's Creek," which Eugene Levy's character bought for his son as a joke for his birthday one year. The Roses have to relocate to the town, live out of a dirty motel and deal with grimy real-world characters and situations, all of which are gross and beneath them.
Originally posted 08/30/2010 11:15AM
Saddened by the absence of nominee Martin Short from Sunday's Emmy Awards, friends spoke of the actor's talent, love and "extraordinary" 30-year marriage to Nancy Dolman, who died last week.
"Marty is an amazing actor, and that's the least of his talents," Catherine O'Hara, an old friend and comedy colleague of Short's, told ET Canada. "He's such a beautiful, beautiful person. I love him so much, and I love his family, and I'm sorry he can't be here tonight."
She added: "I think you all know how funny he is. He's just such a wise old soul, and in any situation in life, he's the model of how to be. Even now."
Originally posted 09/16/2006 06:00AM
Every year, partway through the Toronto Film Festival, I breathe a sigh of relief, thinking, "Whew, we can have an Oscars race this year after all."
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