This clip of Nick Offerman telling the story of how he met Megan Mullally is probably cute and sweet, but honestly, I couldn't even focus on it because I was so captivated by his lack of a moustache. That upper lip looks so naked! If you want more Offerman without a distracting visual, here's a print interview in which he discusses his fans' habit of sending him bacon at restaurants. "Those are my finest fans, the ones who have meat for me," he proclaims. We will always have meat for you, Duke Silver. Metaphorical meat.
After a string of holiday episodes that saw the action on Up All Night shifting to the domestic front – thanks largely to Ava’s relationship with Kevin (Jason Lee) taking center stage – the latest episode of the show returned to the workplace/domestic split that’s been the norm on Up All Night in an installment that didn’t feature Jason Lee’s character. “Rivals” did a much better job than most Up All Night episodes that have tried to tackle both Reagan’s home and work lives, offering up two very funny plotlines that were equally engaging.
Reagan’s work crisis this week begins when Shayna (Megan Mullally), the Southern host of Ava’s rival [...]
Megan Mullally stars in this Funny or Die video as Peggy Dvorak, the gardening and NPR-listening guru who's dedicated her life's work to turning happy tanned actresses into edgy, deep intellectuals. Her clients include Aubrey Plaza, Lizzy Caplan, Casey Wilson, Michaela Watkins and Lake Bell, but definitely not Ellie Kemper, because some girls just do not have what it takes. Incidentally, "donut hole" is my new go-to insult of all time.
Melissa McCarthy's script Tammy has a director: Tate Taylor, the director of The Help. The script, which McCarthy wrote with her husband Ben Falcone, is about "an overweight woman who is laid off from her job at Hardee’s, discovers her husband is having an affair, and decides to go on a road trip with her alcoholic, foul-mouthed, diabetic grandmother." Sounds like a rollicking good time if I've ever heard one.
ABC has ordered full seasons of Happy Endings and Last Man Standing. Great news about Happy Endings, but the homophobia, xenophobia, everything-that-isn't-a-white-male-phobia festival that is Last Man Standing? Gross. More like Last Me Puking, right?