Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will not appear on Better Call Saul — for now.
Is this a hangover or am I actually dead?
Spoiler alert: they all look great.
It’s homecoming season, which means you might be obliged to talk to your old high school classmates again.
If you live too far away from NYC to attend tonight’s amazing event at the 92Y titled “Double Dare we say it — a Nickelodeon celebration,” you’re in luck: we have a live stream. Update: HAD a live stream. Hope you enjoyed!
110 SECONDS IS NOT ENOUGH. Please, Justin, open your heart.
DID WE EVER EVEN LEAVE The ’90s??
…of happiness. I NEED MORE.
Two-thirds of the Home Improvement TV brothers were in the same place last night. Somebody ring the ’90s dreamboat alarm!
The entire cast from the wonderful 1996 movie reunited this past weekend. My only question, was there chocolate cake?
Jaden Smith and Graham Norton were there, too — but mostly OMG Fresh Prince reunion!! (It’s also the return of the Carlton Dance.)
Even worse, they still haven’t shot down rumors of replacing Left Eye with a hologram.
They’ve released a brand-new single as well, called “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” and it’s their first release as a band in more than three years. The song’s pretty OK too.
Shit is getting real-ish.
It was just as adorable as you thought it would be.
We saw many happy reunions of things we loved from our past this year — these are the ones that made our hearts grow the most!
It appears in the aforementioned Vanity Fair Comedy Issue, which just so happens to be guest-edited by the show’s creator Judd Apatow.
Koregan Quintanilla was left at the door at a fire station on November 9, 2002 in Arlington, Texas. Ten years later, for his birthday, he asked to go back and meet the firefighter who found him.
Hey now! Nobody told me that in the same issue of Entertainment Weekly that Clueless and Arrested Development reunited, a wild Gary Shandling appeared out of nowhere to reunite with the old crew.
EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS IS AMAZING. I love you, EW.
I mean, let’s be real, they’ll probably get back together, but for now they’re on a break.
They were my favorite band when I was a teenager. But when I reassessed their songs as an adult, I didn’t love what I heard.
Frankie Muniz says this is the first time they were together in over 6 years. Look at Dewey!
Note: While Jim Carrey was in attendance, Damon Wayans and Jamie Foxx refused to partake in the event. Too bad for them, it looked like a happy time for all!
I mean, honestly, happiest wolves. This has been around before, but hopefully it won’t be too onerous for some folks to see these joyful wolves frolicking for a second time.
“Yes, 100 percent yes,” Showalter told Andy Cohen on last night’s “Watch What Happens Live” (of all places) in regards to a sequel to the movie. You may now commence celebrations.
What if I told you that most of the original cast of “Wet Hot American Summer” have reunited over the past few days at the San Francisco Sketchfest to perform the film as a radio play — and you missed it? Well, tough luck, burger breath: it happened and you missed it. Now stop expressing disappointment in your gurnal, put away your fondled sweaters, and check out some photos from the event.