It's time to dive back into the madness and the mayhem of time travel that hinges on how a hot tub does or does not properly perform, because the first trailer for 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' is here, and it's sudsy and silly as all get out.
Of all the series we'd never have expected to shake things up with a time jump, NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' went lightyears ahead in "Moving Up" to its sixth season finale last night. And while NBC hasn't confirmed the seventh season as its last, producer Mike Schur got on the horn to discuss the show's surprising fast-forward, including one very 'Mad' man cameo, and what it means for the future Pawnee of 2017.
NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' has made no secret of its unabashed 'Game of Thrones' love (everyone on that show can get it!), but where last week's episode, "Anniversaries," set up its most elaborate homage yet with the appearance of the Iron Throne, we only saw the tip of the iceberg. Watch as Ben loses his mind in the full deleted scene for the show's latest 'Game of Thrones' homage!
If you watched too much 80s TV, you're familiar with 'Bosom Buddies,' the short-lived ABC sitcom that is best known for launching the career of Tom Hanks...and also for it's classic opening credits. To pay homage to that classic opening, Paul Rudd and Adam Scott decided to recreate the entire thing, shot-for-shot, with a little help from some friends.
Culturally, it feels like divorce became more of a standard practice when the baby boomers started having kids. That many people grew up with their parents divorced is the impetus for the film 'A.C.O.D.,' which focuses on Adam Scott's character, who -- as the initials note -- is an adult child of divorce. And what that means is that he has to parent his parents.
NBC's 'The Office' may have closed its doors for good (at least in America), but that hasn't stopped us from envisioning what the beloved NBC comedy might have been like on a different path. Among some of the early auditions from the series we've heard about, new footage of such comedy icons as Seth Rogen, Kathryn Hahn and even 'Breaking Bad' star Bob Odenkirk trying out for the show have emerged, painting a very different portrait of Dunder-Mifflin life.
Adam Scott is everywhere these days -- after catching our attention in the John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell comedy 'Step Brothers' and the short-lived Starz series 'Party Down,' he's moved on to woo Leslie Knope in 'Parks and Recreation' every week. But Way Back When, Scott had a whole host of obscure roles in TV and movies. Let's explore!