KIRK VS GORN ROUND TWO! Plus CBS' White Man Perspective, Bill McClellan on O'Reilly, & Tips for Having a Fun Easter
3/29/2013 3:00:00 PM
Remember the GREATEST FIGHT in TV history?
In a move that is PURE GENIUS, in a trailer for the new Star Trek video game, WILLIAM SHATNER has been reunited (and it feels so good) with the GORN.
Here’s Bill McClellan on the O’Reilly Factor talking about his column with Laura Ingraham.
What do YOU think of his column? Leave your comments below. Last night during CBS' coverage of the NCAA basketball tournament's Sweet 16, DOUG GOTTLIEB tried to make a joke and it fell flat. BIG TIME.
Gottlieb was the lone white guy on a panel that also included Charles Barkley, Greg Gumbel, Greg Anthony and Kenny Smith.
And Gottlieb said, quote, "I don't know why you guys ask me, I'm just here to bring diversity to this set, give kind of the white man's perspective." You could pretty much hear crickets at that point.
Anthony didn't seem impressed, and Smith told Gottlieb that he, quote, "jumped right into it."
Gottlieb later issued a statement saying, quote, "It was not a smart thing to say and I apologize."
But Barkley had already defended Gottlieb on the air by then.
He said, quote, "I know this has nothing to do with the game; I want to say something about Doug Gottlieb. "He made a joke earlier tonight and people are going crazy. All those idiots on Twitter, which I would never ever do, all you people at home who've got no life and are talking bad about Doug Gottlieb, get a life. It's over with. It's no big deal."
Since Sunday is Easter, we want to help make sure it's enjoyable. Here are the Top Tips For Having a Great Easter.
Remember, there's no such thing as the Easter Bunny.
So if you see a man-sized rabbit in your house on Sunday, lay off the acid.
Tell the kids that beautiful story about how Aerosmith rose from the dead in 1985.
Fill all those eggs with bourbon, and then hunt them yourself.
Hide your eggs somewhere nobody will look . . . like a movie theater showing "Burt Wonderstone".
When the Easter Bunny comes, quickly catch him and cut off his foot for good luck.
In the sequel to "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra", most of Channing Tatum's team is wiped out after the enemy infiltrates the White House and impersonates the president.
So the survivors turn to the one man they can trust . . . the guy who created their unit. Bruce Willis joins the cast as the ORIGINAL Joe, General Joe Colton.
Some of the other new faces in this one are The Rock as Roadblock, RZA as Blind Master, and Adrianne Palicki as Lady Jaye.