Jon Stewart to appear on Egypt’s “Daily Show” on Friday
Stewart is in Cairo to guest on Bassem Youssef’s satirical show “El-Bernameg.” Youssef is frequently called the “Egyptian Jon Stewart.”
Read about “The Night Tony Soprano Disappeared”
The new issue of GQ just happens to have a story on James Gandolfini’s struggles on set, which came to a head in the winter of 2002, when he went missing. As Brett Martin writes, “By the winter of 2002, Gandolfini’s sudden refusals to work had become a semiregular occurrence. His fits were passive-aggressive: He would claim to be sick, refuse to leave his TriBeCa apartment, or simply not show up.” PLUS: Is this James Gandolfini’s last photo?, Fans gather outside Tony Soprano’s house, see Gandolfini’s high school yearbook photos, and Gandolfini gets Taiwanese animation treatment.
Paula Deen blames being “born 60 years ago” in the South for using the N-word in 1986
Paula Deen Enterprises said in a statement, “During a deposition where she swore to tell the truth, Ms. Deen recounted having used a racial epithet in the past, speaking largely about a time in American history which was quite different than today.” PLUS: Food Network distancing itself from Deen’s deposition, and read the most shocking details from her deposition.
Meet the new “Big Brother” housemates, including Rachel Reilly’s sister
Elissa Slater, 27, is the spitting image of her “Big Bro” champion sister.
“The Good Wife” promotes Zach Grenier
He’ll become a series regular next season.
“Mr. Show” stars to reunite on “Comedy Bang Bang”
David Cross and Bob Odenkirk will do a sketch together on the IFC show.
PBS’ “Masterpiece” picks up ’60s-set “Breathless” starring Jack Davenport
The medical drama also features “Downton Abbey” and “Game of Thrones” vet Iain Glen and “Abbey” alums Zoe Boyle and Natasha Little.
Rachel Zoe is pregnant
The Bravo star is expecting her 2nd baby.