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Bea Arthur
insidesocal.com

Goodbye to a Golden Girl

She had already enjoyed success on the stage by the time she became an even bigger star in midlife, thanks to ground-breaking television roles in “Maude” and “The Golden Girls.” Following the news of her death on Saturday, Bea Arthur was remembered for her distinctive style, her talent and her game-changing performances on stage and screen.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009 READ MORE


Sally Field

Your Handy Guide to Emmy Censorship

Sally Field worked her Emmy acceptance speech into an (unfortunately) incoherent anti-war crescendo during Sunday night’s telecast, which, like the other two muted moments showcased in this video montage by the always-hilarious Defamer team, was awkwardly squelched by hypervigilant editors at Fox.

Posted on Sep 17, 2007 READ MORE


Colbert and Stewart

At the Emmys, Stewart and Colbert Take On Hollywood

As presenters during the annual television Emmy awards, Jon Stewart played straight man to Stephen Colbert as he railed against the “godless sodomites” in the audience.

Posted on Aug 29, 2006 READ MORE


Tom Cruise lampooned on
From E! Online

‘South Park’ Scientology/Tom Cruise Spoof Rejoins Lineup

The Emmy-nominated episode that lampooned Tom Cruise and his Scientology beliefs will rejoin the rotation on Comedy Central, nearly four months after the network yanked it, reportedly under pressure from Cruise himself…. (more)

Posted on Jul 12, 2006 READ MORE


Tom Cruise

Emmys Stick It to Tom Cruise

The “South Park” episode that mocked Tom Cruise’s affiliation with Scientology is up for an Emmy.

Posted on Jul 6, 2006 READ MORE


Martin Sheen looks into the audience with John Wells, 'The West Wing' executive producer, in the background during the NBC 2006 Winter Press Tour
Rene Macura / AP

NBC Cancels ‘The West Wing’

Jed Bartlett’s presidency often felt like the one we wished we had in the real Oval Office. | story
But the truth is that we stopped watching when creator/writer Aaron Sorkin quit after season four.

Posted on Jan 23, 2006 READ MORE


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