Great blog alert.
Great blog alert.
The show has released a casting notice detailed as, “Asian, 3- to 4-year-old daughter of Mitchell and Cameron.” While it will be sad to see “baby” Lilly go, all children have to grow up. This could have great affect on the types of new story lines they can give Mitch and Cam.
“Baby Pic: here’s our son. Well, sort of. Not his face, but his diaper. His poo has changed both color AND texture! It’s great:” -ActuallyNPH on yfrog.
You just got punk’d.
The Office: Sneak peak of Season 7. Thanks Rainn Wilson! (via gobiasindustries)
The show’s sixth season, scheduled for premiere in the fall, is shooting now, and Kaitlin Olson, who plays the put-upon bar waitress Sweet Dee, is very, very pregnant. That means that, yes, as some have speculated, Sweet Dee will be with child on next season’s Sunny.
Charlie Day — who writes and co-stars in the show (as maniacal fan favorite Charlie Kelly) alongside Rob McElhenney (karate aficionado Mac) and Glenn Howerton (ladies’ man Dennis) — says “the best way to work around is to write to it. So, outside a few loose shirts in the beginning of filming, we’ve written to it, and it was one of the motivating factors of why we’re stringing a few episodes together.” (The show’s plotlines are, for the most part, wrapped up, in some creatively destructive fashion, usually both physically and emotionally, by the end of each episode.) “The character will be pregnant.” But … how the hell is that going to work? “The only detail I can give you is that we’ll have a really fun episode trying to figure out, ‘who done it?’”
Not too thrilled about this, I can’t imagine it fitting in with the show’s dynamic and tone at all. But I trust them creatively and look forward to a bit of serialization.
There’s going to be an Always Sunny baby. IRL. I don’t know about on the show. Though that would be ridiculous.
Here’s my cover of Justin Bieber’s song Baby. It’s one of the best pop songs I’ve heard in a long time. I just had to give it a shot…
If you want to download it for free you can do that at http://johnnolanmusic.bandcamp.com/track/baby
John Nolan (Straylight Run, Taking Back Sunday’s early years) performing a cover of Justin Bieber. Dig it. He stole it from Raaaaaaandy.