Get ready for the throwback you never knew you needed.
Actors Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Bryan Cranston were recent guests on The Graham Norton Show. It was hilariously revealed that Mr. Cranston, in another life, was a deftly skilled interviewer…for a video dating company…from the ’70s and possibly into the ’80s.
In the always entertaining spirit of “Throwback Thursday,” please check out this dynamite interview about a nostalgic dating technique that transformed into a laugh-out-loud throwback for the ages.
- Bryan Cranston was in a sitcom called Malcolm in the Middle
- Eddie Redmayne is in a new movie called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
- Benedict Cumberbatch is in a new movie called Doctor Strange
I want the intro/theme music from Great Expectations as my ringtone.
Carly Rae Jepsen had an incredible challenge to follow up her 2012 summer smash hit, “Call Me Maybe.” After collaborating with Owl City for a good time, the pressure mounted for her next equally sensational single. Even though the following music video debuted a couple months ago, it can take a little time for a song to catch on.
And it has.
It’s the impossibly cute Carly Rae Jespen (I’ll call you, maybe?) and Hollywood’s Leading Man: Mr. Tom Hanks.
Nearly 42 million views so far…not bad.
Have a Really, Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Good Week!
Why isn’t she here yet? What do I say next? Do I kiss her goodnight on the first date?
These timeless conundrums are being thrown out the window and into airplanes and rickshaws with backpacks and (just guessing) a Ford hybrid vehicle of some sort nearby for the craziest blind-date imaginable. The Amazing Race returns tonight for a blind date-themed competition. Half the teams consist of people who are currently dating and half of them volunteered to compete on the Amazing Race not only with someone they’ve never met before, but with someone who they will also be looking to impress under the most stressful situations whilst navigating around the world.
Seems completely crazy, doesn’t it?
Actually, it’s not as insane as one might initially think. First, The Amazing Race is a ridiculously cool show. An incredible time will be had regardless. And second, one of the most awkward aspects of going on a blind-date is figuring out the best way to introduce yourself and determining what to talk about. How about, “Hi! I’m Jimmy. Ready to go on the best adventure of your life?”
On second thought, who needs Phil and a passport for that?
The Amazing Race starts tonight at 9:30 p.m. on CBS for a 90-minute special.