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I’m Not a Fan of Scrambled Eggs. Unless…

Please say this is true. C’mon. Do it. It would be incredible!

Or, as a sophisticated French person eating caviar before attending the opera would say, “incroyable!” 

Some sitcoms just need to keep going.

In less than 24 hours, the painful reality of a live-action ‘Aladdin’ hitting the silver screen in a few months sans the late, incomparable Robin Williams was relieved–in the form of an appropriate mind game—with the news from Dr. Frasier Crane Kelsey Grammer regarding a ‘Frasier’ revival. And what’s encouraging is that it sounds like the original cast and possibly some original writers, with the exception of the late John Mahoney, may be on board to tell a genuinely exciting new chapter of the amazing NBC sitcom that ended in 2004.

We all want more of this.

And this.

“Wish me luck.”

These were the final words spoken on the ‘Frasier’ series finale. Hopefully, there will be another series finale in the future.

Upon hearing the news of a potential ‘Frasier’ revival from the man himself, we’re all wishing him and that small group of people luck on bringing ‘Frasier’ back on the air again.

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When Life Is Framed Correctly

Life is funny.

This is especially true when a comedian is involved.

However, there are the occasional wild moments in life that are completely unexpected that can forever change a particular experience of ours or the trajectory of a seemingly planned-out path. It can happen when we’re least expecting it. And that “it” can be practically anything.

Like an audition for the ages.

I’m guessing that camera assistant pulled off some pretty cool angles and zooms.

The Truth Was Seen at 15,000 Feet

First:

Go. 

See. 

Mission: Impossible – Fallout. 

Figure out a way to see this surreal–yet very real–action film that takes the franchise and genre to new heights with insane twists and turns.

Second:

Following up on a Jimmy’s Daily Planet article from a couple days ago…

Mission: Possible – James Corden Fell out of an Airplane.

Tom Wants James to Know the Truth

“I can do that.”

These are the words we first say to ourselves when we are 100% confident that a certain action that’s wildly intense looks easy. And by the time we realize these devastating few words have been heard out loud, it’s too late…

While promoting ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’–an action movie filled with daring stunts throughout via motorcycles, helicopters, and an airplane halo jump–Tom Cruise took the playful bait of talk show host James Corden after he called out Mr. Cruise’s “action star credentials.”

Mr. Corden reciprocated in kind by accepting the thrill-ride challenge of Mr. Cruise (seriously) that will make for a breathtaking segment (literally) during a future show. In a word:

Incredible.

Just like Tom Cruise’s stunts in the ‘Mission: Impossible’ cinematic series, the halo jump is about to get crazy real beyond belief for James Corden.