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Looks can be deceiving.
Whoa, get ready for a "Saturday Night Live" scandal: former cast member Darrell Hammond is coming out with a tell-all memoir in which he reveals his rampant use of booze, cocaine, and crack during his 14-year tenure on the show.
Shocking news today: Flavor Flav, the Public Enemy hype man who reinvented himself as wack-job magnet for spotlight-seeking tramps, has a new memoir that claims he maintained a $2600-a-day cocaine habit.
Curse the 9-to-5 East Coast workday, because yesterday afternoon Charlie Sheen went further off the hinges than ever before, causing CBS to shut down production on the rest of the season of "Two and a Half Men.
Charlie Sheen went to the emergency room yesterday for what's being reported as a hernia.
Iowa City police officers were conducting an investigation on 21-year old Brady Johnson near the University of Iowa this week when they uncovered quite the Hawkeyes football scandal.
As noted earlier, Charlie Sheen was drunk, naked, and trashing his hotel room when the police showed up last night.
Texas Rangers manager (for now) Ron Washington failed a test for cocaine in July of last year, according to a new online report.
Giants linebacker and coke-snorting legend Lawrence Taylor did an interview with an independent show with the YES Network that was picked up by the New York Post, and Taylor's conversation with Michael Kay has more than its share of gems.
The jail term of a British woman started today after she was convicted of smuggling cocaine into England through her golf clubs.
Look, I know it's that chalk or talcum powder or whatever it is that keeps moisture off his hands and irritates the laptops of courtside beat writers everywhere.
Jags wide receiver and noted white athlete on drugs Matt Jones was arrested yesterday for violating terms of his drug treatment program.
Most of you remember former Falcons running back Jamal Anderson as the proprietor of the "Dirty Bird," that variation of the Chicken Dance that was all the rage during Atlanta's run to Super Bowl XXXIII.
Jason Peter was an All-America at Nebraska before the Panthers made him their #1 draft pick in 1998.
Die-hard fans, longtime residents of the bloggerhood, and rakish tipster John will remember this '86 Mets video, which is considerably less gay than the '85 Seahawks video but still splendidly retarded.