Entertainment Weekly ran an interview with Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant yesterday all about their beloved Comedy Central series Reno 911!, from the "Naked Jamaican" idea that didn't pan out to the movie sequel that never happened to which sketch is now used in an LA police training video. At the end of the interview they were both asked about the possibility of bringing back the show in some form — Lennon says they've had casual talks with Netflix in the past — and here's what Garant had to say of the idea:
It's not a hard show to do. There's a reunion that you can see [...]
The State alums Michael Showalter, Kerri Kenny-Silver, and Michael Ian Black were last night's @midnight celebrity contestants, which quickly evolved into a nearly complete The State reunion (sans Todd Holoubek and Kevin Allison) full of sarcastic bitterness and contempt. Tom Lennon — who, along with Ben Garant, is an executive producer on @midnight — even came back from the dead for it, and that fancy director guy David Wain took time out of his busy life to not only show up for the episode but direct it.
Following the news that the five living members of Monty Python are reuniting for a show in London next summer, all five participated in a Reddit Ask Me Anything this morning, answering questions about their new show, their old material, and each other. Here are a few of the best quotes from Eric Idle, Michael Palin, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, and Terry Jones.
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of This Is Spinal Tap's release, and in a new interview, Christopher Guest, teased the possibility of some sort of a reunion in 2014. When asked by The Guardian if there are plans for a Spinal Tap reunion soon, Guest replied, "We get asked to do shows on a regular basis. But what I will say is that we're in the midst of talking about something for next year…" Guest also reflected on all of the things the fake band has accomplished over the last three decades, saying, "Since the film 30 years ago we've gone on tour, playing Wembley, the Albert [...]
TV Land announced last month that they're reuniting the entire female cast of Mary Tyler Moore for an upcoming episode of Hot in Cleveland, and the gang got back together yesterday for a press conference about the big TV event. MTM stars Betty White and Georgia Engel are already regulars on Cleveland, and Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman, and Mary Tyler Moore will be guest starring on the episode as members of White and Engel's old bowling league. This is the first time the five cast members have acted together since Mary Tyler Moore ended its run in 1977, which was a very long time ago.
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