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Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright may get all the accolades, but Michael Kelly—a.k.a. Doug Stamper—has become the best thing about ‘House of Cards.’ [Warning: Spoilers!]
Kelly Clarkson beeeeen staying subtweeting. During the 2013 MTV VMAs, you may recall a certain performance that involved Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, and a foam finger. ...
MediabistroTV caught up with several TVNewsers at the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame awards last night. Megyn Kelly and Bob Costas co-hosted the event, which included Robin Roberts (at left with her “Good Morning America” family) among...Show More Summary
Robin Clearmountain, a self-identified supporter of Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, said on Fox News Monday that the “distrust” of police in the city by blacks is “very disturbing.”
Team Cul De Sac is offering to take any original drawings made of Robin Williams and auction them to benefit Parkinson's. Sean Gaffney on D-Frag! Vol. 1. Sean T. Collins on Danny Boy. John Kane on a bunch of different comics. Kelly Thompson on She-Hulk #7 and Fatale #24. Show More Summary
Tonight's Maureen Dowd column begins with an anecdote about an interview she once did with Robin Williams: As our interview ended, I was telling him about my friend Michael Kelly’s idea for a 1-900 number, not one to call Asian beauties or Swedish babes, but where you’d have an amorous chat with a repressed Irish woman. Show More Summary
Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.) has introduced a bill, the “Childrens Firearms Marketing Safety Act,” that would restrict the content of gun advertising, ostensibly on the grounds of protecting children. Eugene Volokh analyzes its terms and...Show More Summary
Rep. Robin Kelly (bought, or at least leased, by Mayor Bloomberg) proposes a ban on firearm advertising directly at children or their parents, such as prohibitions on brand name t-shirts and caps "marketed for children," and a ban on firearms...
On July 14, Representative Robin Kelly (D-IL-2nd) put forth H.R. 5093--the Children's Firearm Marketing Safety Act--to keep firearm-branded shirts, hats, and "stuffed animals" from being marketed to children. The bill asks the Federal...Show More Summary
- Robin Thicke‘s new album is not doing well. - Farrah Abraham‘s backdoor yogurt restaurant website got hacked. - A Bikini A Day Keeps The Doctor Away - Khloe Kardashian knows how to pick ‘em. - The iPhone 6‘s new screen can survive a stabbing, so good news, serial killers! Read More...
Lisa Robin Kelly, who is best known for her time on That ’70s Show, where she played the promiscuous older sister of Eric Forman, died tragically of a drug overdose while in a rehab facility in 2013. TMZ reported that her estranged husband, Robert Gilliam, initiated a lawsuit on June 9 at the Los Angeles
Someone better tell Robin Thicke to budge up on the ‘Rapey Music Video’ Express to Has-Been City, because Lady Gaga and R Kelly have bought a family ticket and are getting ready to climb aboard. Lurking in that section of your brain that gives you material to wake up in a cold sweat about [...]Show More Summary
It's been ten months since Lisa Robin Kelly's tragic death, but her family apparently does NOT have closure. After it was revealed that Lisa died from multiple drug intoxication, her family has decided someone has to pay. And that someone is Pax House, the rehab center where Lisa was enrolled when she died. Lisa's family filed suit against [...]
Robert Gilliam, arrested in 2012 for misdemeanor assault against Lisa Robin Kelly, sues California's Pax house for negligence and seeks damages for "the loss of love." read more
"That 70s Show" star Lisa Robin Kelly was killed by lousy treatment and an incompetent staff at the rehab center where she was found dead... according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the late actress' husband.Robert Gilliam is suing Pax House…
Nearly one year after the tragic death of That 70s Show star Lisa Robin Kelly, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the actress’ family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against… READ ON
Wall Street banker Brian Kelly and his wife Robin Foley just purchased 10-room Upper East Side duplex for $8.495 million, according to CityRealty's blog 6sqft. The two-story apartment, at pre-war 830 Park Ave., still has original touches...Show More Summary
It's been a crazy couple of weeks on ABC's General Hospital! Femme fatale Ava Jerome (Maura West) was revealed to be the murderer of Connie Falconeri (Kelly Sullivan). Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) tried to kill A.J. Quartermaine (Sean Kanan) by shooting him point-blank in the chest. Show More Summary