After almost a decade of suspense and longing Gilmore Girl fans have been fed their feast. By now the tried and true have binged the Netflix “A Year in the Life,” which was released on Friday. The final four words have been the subject of much discussion and anticipation – they make total sense. Amy Sherman and Dan Palladino are to be commended for scripts that are worthy – a beautiful tying up of things and a full circle kind of effect. And the door was left open for more…
In what may be the boldest act of “punk” ever – or the most irresponsible and dumb thing ever – the son of Sex pistols manager Malcolm McLaren – his name is joe Corre – burned – BURNED – pistols and punk memorabilia worth 6-12 million US. Set fire to piles of clothing and paraphernalia afloat on a barge. He did it on the 40th anniversary of the band’s debut single “Anarchy in the UK”. Why? Because punk is not meant to be nostalgic.
Charlie Sheen is selling his lavish Beverly Hills mansion. All you need is $9 million…and perhaps a black-light. Charlie says he’s considering two options – one is to live closer to his parents in Malibu due in large part to his going public with his HIV diagnosis – the other, a move to a retirement community in Mexico, in an effort to escape Hollywood life. This may require the residents of that retirement community considering a move to Beverly Hills to avoid the Charlie Sheen life.
Anthony Michael Hall is facing up to seven years in the big house! This after an altercation with a neighbor back in the fall – there is video evidence that Farmer Ted lost his temper and injured the neighbor by pushing him down. Does Russ Griswold have a temper problem – maybe – not the first time he’s been in trouble for this…there was an incident back in 2011 another neighbor dispute – Brainiac and essay writer extraordinaire Brian is charged with felony battery with serious bodily injury.
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