That I have lived to see a Clorox enema on primetime TV! What a world we live in. Between Kylenstein’s molest-y mom and Patti Lupone’s anal nuttiness last night, it seriously makes you wonder what kind of mommy issues Ryan Murphy has.
Paz De La Huerta as a slurry, sexy, psychotic nurse who lures cheating men to their deaths. Also starring 30 Rock‘s Katrina Bowden, High School Musical‘s Corbin Bleu, and Judd Nelson (WELCOME BACK TO THE BIG LEAGUES, JUDD). This. Looks. Amazing.
Barry Allen made his debut on last night’s episode of Arrow and brought with him a huuuge ratings boost. The whole show felt reenergized by his presence. And as much as I bitched and moaned about Grant Gustin being cast as The Flash (and LOATHED him on Glee), I gotta say, he won me over. He was ADOOOOOOORABLE. The show really just clicked right along. Of course, I still fast-forward through those interminable island scenes (really guys, the neverending backstories even got annoying on Lost), but every other aspect of the show FINALLY worked. Bravo. Maybe you should keep him around for the rest of the season before giving him his spinoff. Just a suggestion.
An impeccably dressed Jeremy Irvine on the red carpet in London for The Railway Man (also starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, and Stellan Skarsgård). Love the suit and the gently tousled hair. Also: By God, I think those are his real teeth. That’s a definite plus for me. I’m always pleasantly surprised when a celebrity doesn’t have a row of Chiclets inn their mouth. In fact, I love big, goofy snaggleteeth. It’s so yaeba. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)