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When Chevy Chase abruptly left Community while filming its fourth season, writers had no time to craft a proper goodbye for his character. Here are a few ideas, anyway.
That unfortunate story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup.
What set Chevy off? Being asked, “Is it true that you like guys?” while on stage.
The creator of Community answered questions about his firing and issues with Chevy Chase quite bluntly in a Reddit AMA yesterday afternoon. Here are the juiciest tidbits.
Profanity is more palatable with puppies. Here’s the transcribed voicemail Chevy Chase left for “Community” creator Dan Harmon. Chase and Harmon have been feuding since Chase walked off the set, upset about unfinished scripts. Harmon retaliated by standing in front of a “Community” wrap party — attended by Chase and his family — and screaming “F**k you, Chevy.” WARNING: Foul language.
How epic? Chang tases his own balls. The NBC cult sitcom returns on March 15th, and it can’t come soon enough.
Man, did he surely have some epic times, which pretty much all the black and white photos to follow attest to. “Community” returns tomorrow night, and scrolling through pictures of Chevy Chase and awesome people definitely seems like the right thing to do to pass the time.
Chevy Chase takes a break on the set of “Community” with co-star Michael K. Williams to talk the possibilities of starring in “Vacation” and “Fletch” reboots. “I’m not gonna do ‘Fletch’ unless I’m Fletch,” he said. “There’s no reason why, at my age, I can’t still be Fletch. I’ve always been getting this impression that they’d like me to be mentoring [someone] younger. No. What am I, James Coburn in some kind of western?” Watch the clip to hear his treatment for “Swiss Family Griswold” that he co-wrote with Beverly D’Angelo. (via.) View Media ›
Former First Lady Betty Ford, wife of President Gerald Ford, has passed away at the age of 93. Ford was a courageous survivor of both alcohol addiction and breast cancer who went on to champion such issues as the Equal Rights Amendment. She famously founded The Betty Ford Center, a world-renowned treatment clinic for substance abuse. She had been ailing in recent years, but no official cause of death has been released. View List ›
Anne Hathaway and James Franco are the latest in an 82 year tradition of hosting the Academy Awards. Here’s every notable and not-so-notable Oscars emcee to precede them. What do Donald Duck and David Letterman have in common? They’ve only hosted the Oscars once. (Many of those on this list have co-hosted with others, hence the overlap of certain years.) View List ›
If you’re a TV lover like me, you’re glad its September because its season premiere time. Here’s a list of all the premiere dates for my favorite shows. Which shows are you most excited for? Did I miss your favorites? Add them in the comments below! View List ›
Must watch of the day: all the SNL ex-presidents (Ferrell, Carrey, Akroyd, Chevy, Hammond, and Carvey) visit Obama with some banking advice. Also features Maya “Michelle” Rudolph in a short robe. Something for everyone. View Media ›
NSFW trailer for an upcoming feature-length film starring John Cusack, Crispin Glover, Chevy Chase and Lizzy Caplan debuted at Comic-Con. It really is about a hot tub time machine. This is obviously one of those movies that looks too good to be true. [Ed’s note: I saw this movie! It’s good. Rob Corddry rules.] Watch Video ›
Yup, you read that right: The Soup’s Joel McHale and the 1970’s Chevy Chase are partnering in Community, an NBC sitcom in which McHale’s lawyer returns to community college and meets Chase’s character, described only as a man who has been married five times. Let the battle of handsome, snarky TV personalities (and former handsome, snarky TV personalities) begin! Read More ›