“We were both crushing hard on each other, but it was like two ships passing,” Schwimmer says in the new “Friends” reunion special.
We could fill 18 pages—front and back—with the ways the boring, overly earnest “Friends” reunion is a letdown. And this is coming from a “Friends” superfan!
The biggest shock of Emmys night: It turns out that making TV’s biggest actors accept trophies from their living rooms makes for the most refreshing and fun award show in years.
The late-night host kicked off the entirely virtual Emmy Awards with jokes about Jerry Falwell Jr. and Donald Trump’s superspreader rallies.
On this week’s episode of “The Last Laugh” podcast, comedian Tig Notaro talks about life after cancer, a surprising new chapter, and her advice podcast “Don’t Ask Tig.”
Celebs ranging from Chelsea Handler and Jessica Chastain to Jennifer Aniston and Ice Cube have been fawning over Louis Farrakhan—a homophobic anti-Semite with ties to Scientology.
Celebrity gossip is dumb, vapid, and pointless. Also, I’ve spent an entire week thinking about a photo of two famous people laughing together.