Hannibal stars Caroline Dhavernas, Scott Thompson, Aaron Abrams joined producers Bryan Fuller, Steven Lightfoot, David Slade,Martha DeLaurentiis at Comic-Con on Thursday to discuss thathorrifying cliff-hanger ending to Season 2 and tease...Show More Summary
"I have some Hanniballs, and they're modeled on Mads'...uh, bits."
The Doug Wright Awards For Canadian Cartooning were awarded last night, in an event during TCAF weekend. Scott Thompson hosted. Winners in bold: BEST BOOK Palookaville #21, Seth (Drawn and Quarterly) Paul Joins the Scouts, Michel Rabagliati...Show More Summary
The idea is to collect information directly from bicyclists on such things as where they ride and how often, the routes they follow, and their reasons for riding, according to Scott Thompson, Lexington's bike and pedestrian coordina...
Here's the thing: When a show as serious and dark as "Hannibal" has an actor like Scott Thompson (from "The Kids in the Hall") wandering around, you have to have fun sometimes, right? That's probably the thought behind this "Laurence...Show More Summary
And Ethan Rilly drew him. Alex Fellows provides the official poster, and you should go there to see it; it's quite handsome.
It’s always hilarious watching people unknowingly eat their co-workers. TVGuide has shared their latest “Post Mortem with Scott Thompson,” a web series hosted by the actor who plays Hannibal’s lab geek Jimmy, in which show creator Bryan Fuller explains how he was lured to the project… it wasn’t with fava beans and a nice chianti. […]
By Scott Thompson: Equity-Adjusted Valuations John Burr Williams was among the first to develop the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model in 1937 to estimate the intrinsic value of a common stock. After the overall intrinsic value of a business's...Show More Summary
The ShopRunner CEO and former PayPal president briefly led Yahoo in 2012.
NBC has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to EuropaCorp Television‘s Taxi Brooklyn for a summer debut. The 12-episode action/comedy series is produced by showrunner Gary Scott Thompson (Las Vegas, The Fast And The Furious) and is based on Luc Besson‘s Taxi feature franchise. Show More Summary
Tavie sez, "Canadian treasure Scott Thompson's popular Kids in the Hall character, Danny Husk starred in his own graphic novel in 2010, Husk: The Hollow Planet.
Stephen Colbert's Olympics correspondent Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson) penetrated Sochi's gay underground to pay a visit to Mayak, the city's gay nightclub and have a talk with his owner. After a brief discussion about Putin's non-traditional relationships with animals and...
If you haven’t been following along, Stephen Colbert sent Buddy Cole (aka Kids In The Hall‘s Scott Thompson) to Russia to investigate the Winter Olympics and find evidence of homosexual propaganda. While he was there, he managed to teach the U.S. speedskating team how look straight and piss off local police by trying to protest in a protest zone.
When The Colbert Report first introduced Scott Thompson as his classic Kids in the Hall character Buddy Cole, I thought, “This is going to be absolutely fantastic,” thinking that he would be dropped into Sochi and ready to stick it to Russia over the anti-gay laws. Show More Summary
The Colbert Report's Sochi correspondent Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson), who interviewed U.S. Ambassador Daniel Baer Monday night, headed to Salt Lake City to groom the U.S. men's speedskating team and school them on how to not get arrested under Russia's...
Finally, a reason to actually care about the Olympics! Kids in the Hall‘s Buddy Cole has returned to cover the sporting, or whatever, for The Colbert Report. In part one, he ran circles around U.S. Ambassador Dan Baer, giving PR handlers everywhere heart palpitations with a well-timed length/thickness joke. And now here’s part two, featuring a […]
On Monday's "Colbert Report", Buddy Cole (Scott Thompson) learned all about Russia's anti-gay laws and how not to run afoul of them in Sochi. He returned on Tuesday to file a report about using his new-found knowledge to groom the U.S. Show More Summary
"Kids in the Hall" star Scott Thompson is covering the 2014 Winter Olympics as his gay socialite character Buddy Cole for "The Colbert Report."
Appearing in character on The Colbert Report, actor Scott Thompson spoke with gay U.S. ambassador Dan Baer about the infamous statute. Featured Image: read more
"Kids In The Hall" fans, REJOICE! Buddy Cole, Scott Thompson's inspired character from his "KITH" days, has returned to television, this time helping "The Colbert Report" understand Russia's anti-gay laws. In the first installment of "From Russia With Love (But No Gay Stuff)", Cole prepares for a visit to the Sochi Olympics by sitting down with U.S. Show More Summary