Welcome to The Saddest Day Of the Year. Okay, so it’s actually known as Tax Day, but still…April 15 is the day when you have to share your paycheck with the government.
They may not help you with your golf game, but watching them will at least keep you from experimenting with new swear words after you miss a three-foot putt.
They say age is simply a state of mind. And if that’s the case, Hugh Hefner will forever be a 21-year-old. Even though he turns 86 on April 9, the man who founded the Playboy empire will forever be the poster boy for young, hormonal guys everywhere.
And you thought soap operas were limited to the daytime hours….Let’s face it. When it comes to drama and intrigue, there’s nothing like what goes in late night TV.
Sitting at home watching some select cinema on your big screen TV offers the chance to trek to many different worlds and still order pizza from your favorite carryout joint.
Throughout Murphy’s 30-plus years in show business, he’s been all things to all people. His wild, raunchy standup endeared him to adults. Movies like the “Beverly Hills Cop” series made him a hero to action flick fans. Films like “Dr. Dolittle” and “Daddy Day Care” earned him a sizable kid fan club.
Baseball is like the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of the sports world. It may not be the cool thing to like anymore, but there’s something about it that never goes out of fashion and never lets you down.
When you name your series something like “The Event,” you have to know you’re just asking for trouble. It implies that grand things are going to happen, and raises expectations that this will be the show to end all shows.
For a limited time, you have the chance to indulge yourself with all your favorites in a way that you just can’t during the rest of the year.
To put all this in the proper historical – and hysterical – perspective, here’s a look back at the first “SNL” appearances of Timberlake and other members of the Five Timers Club.