Like most iconic fictional characters, you see a little bit of Kenny Powers in a lot of places. But one intrepid photographer has found someone who embodies Kenny Powers to a much greater extent than you might have even thought possible. The photo, which you can see up above, shows this “Latino Kenny Powers” doppelganger […]
"I found the Latino Kenny Powers," is an inaccurate caption for this photo, because regardless of race, the dude looks like Kenny Powers. Read more...
Previously on AMC’s The Walking Dead: say hello to Terminus and Nerd Kenny Powers. 4. Eugene Porter Don’t tease us with the promise of a zombie dino video game. MAKE THAT ZOMBIE DINO VIDEO GAME. 3. Maggie Greene “There are zombies all around me. What to do? OK, Maggie, think like Glenn. What would he do here?
For the first two-thirds of “Us,” last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, the only thing less interesting than The Walking Dead was the obscene number of commercial breaks during the episode. In fact, until the final act, the best thing about the airing was seeing Josh McDermitt (who plays Eugene) in a Talking Dead promo without his Kenny Powers get-up.
Danny McBride was in Austin, Texas this week, not for SXSW (though I imagine there are at least seven indie-pop bands named after Kenny Powers quotes), but to attend the Texas Film Awards, where he, along with Luke Wilson and Priscilla Presley, gave accolades to the likes of Robert Rodriguez and Amber Heard. But that’s not what I wanted to ask him about.
In today's Tweet Beat, John Mayer is back with a vengeance, Khloe Kardashian and Evan Rachel Wood are listening to TLC (but not together), and Judy Gold and Jay Baruchel have gas (but not together). Read more...
The third season of Eastbound and Down was meant to be its last, and in its finale Kenny Powers finally achieved his long-in-the-making comeback, only to realize he was ready to give up baseball for his family (“I’m in a Cameron Crowe movie!”). But then HBO decided they wanted more.... More »
“I’m a bad man. I’m a very bad man.” Kenny Powers’ road to redemption came to an end on Sunday’s Eastbound and Down finale. After a stellar fourth season that found Danny McBride’s MLB has-been unexpectedly making a living through his...Show More Summary
Self-obsessed and self-destructive Kenny Powers went out on top in the end. The final episode of HBO’s Eastbound & Down pulled in 899,000 viewers on Sunday at 10PM. That’s a Season 4 high for the Danny McBride-starring series about the obnoxious former baseball player Powers. Show More Summary
Kenny Powers writes a new ending for himself in the series finale.
Ke$ha feels a kinship with the Reverse Apache Master.
Kenny Powers fooled us twice. Read more...
The series finale of "Eastbound & Down" had everything. Lindsay Lohan was there, people died, and Kenny Powers rode a hoverbike in the future. What did you think?
As even Kenny Powers would have to admit, endings aren't easy. Having finally relented and allowed Stevie to read the screenplay of his life story, Kenny gets the bad news that, although his stage directions are good and it's alwaysShow More Summary
There are many reasons to mourn the end of Eastbound & Down. Danny McBride’s easy, almost casual hilarity, the show’s
"Eastbound & Down" has one episode left. What will become of Kenny Powers when all is said and done? Check out a couple video clips for a hint.
Whitney is really going to miss the lewd, selfish and hilarious antics of Kenny Powers.
Eastbound & Down comes to a close on HBO this Sunday, bringing an end to the rambunctious odyssey of Kenny Powers. Ke$ha, for one, is apparently such a huge fan of the “all-American hillbilly white-trash hero"—with whom she feels a kind...Show More Summary
By the time that the new issue of Rolling Stone hits newsstands (if those still exist) on Nov. 21, HBO will have closed the curtain on its hilariously obscene and disturbing comedy, Eastbound & Down. But that didn’t stop obscene andShow More Summary
One down and one to go. Well, one main character down and one episode to go, that is, as Chapter 28 of Eastbound & Down marked the beginning of the (presumably) very end for Kenny Powers, and our loved and hated antihero went down in a bright, fiery ball of Christmas flames this week. Show More Summary