Saturday, February 28, 2009

Chili's Manager Does Stand-Up!

Hey gang!

Christopher T. Wood, our favorite Chili's Manager, just checked in and shared this great clip of some of his stand-up act, as well as letting us know to check him out in a new Verizon commercial and an upcoming episode of Without A Trace!

Glad to hear you're doing well Chris!

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Steve and Ed Together on Screen

And it's NOT an episode of The Office! That's right, Michael and Andy and making a movie together ... and it sounds CRAZY.

Ed plays a civil war re-enacter who, along with three other guys, is accidentally transported back in time to the actual Civil War. No word on who Steve is playing... although I'm hoping for Abe Lincoln!

To read more about the film, visit The Insider article here...

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Pam's Typing Test!

Jenna Fischer recently sat down with TV Guide channel to compete in a typing contest!

Check out Pam's skills in the video, here

To read Jenna's MySpace blog about it, click here.

Go here to take the test yourself. I got 78 WPM with 97% accuracy! How'd you do?

Jenna's MySpace Blog

Evidently, Jenna Fischer is one of the millions of Americans living with the affects of occasional insomnia- infomercial-itis!

In her newest MySpace blog, Jenna asks for fan opinions about some of late late night TV's most advertised products.

Read her blog here!

Snuggie, anyone??

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Rainn in Spandex?

Come on! It's for comedy!

Visit to see Rainn's musical tribute to The Wrestler at the 2009 Independent Spirit Awards (it's 3:20 into the video), or go directly to the video here...

(Don't say we didn't warn you!)

Dance, Dance, Revolution!

This weekend, well over 2,000 students at UCLA and USC participated in two dance marathons that raised over $300,000 for several charities, including the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the Children's Miracle Network.

And who kept the morale of the dancers up during the 24-hour boogie? Our very own Kate Flannery! Way to go, Kate... and way to go, UCLA and USC. You make us want to do the Happy Dance!

To read about the event, visit the LA Times article here...