Today at Gawker.TV, Mika Brzezinski dunks Joe Scarborough's cigarettes in coffee, Joel McHale attempts to interview Eminem, the Today Show struggle over Zach Galifianakis' name, and we take a look at Scoundrels and The Gates—ABC's new drama offerings.
Mika Brzezinski Angrily Dunks Joe Scarborough's Cigarettes in Her Coffee
Well, it's obvious that Mika Brzezinski is against smoking and at times it seems that she's against her co-host Joe Scarborough. As much as these two hosts bicker, you'd think they were married.
The Gates Are Full Of Vampires, Excitement
ABC's newest camp-vamp drama is a whirlwind ride of suburban life, crime solving, high school drama, daytime soap and scary movies complete with vampires, werewolves and witches. The only thing it doesn't have—yet—are mummies and clowns.
Joel McHale Has Issues Interviewing Eminem on The Soup
Friday's episode of The Soup promised an interview with Slim Shady himself. However, Joel McHale's many attempts at actually conducting the interview proved worthless, as Eminem assumed each time that he was just the hired help.
Despite Zach Galifianakis' Success, Today Show Hosts Still Can't Pronounce His Name
While showing raw footage of Cody Gifford, the Today Show's brand new 20-year-old movie "expert," interviewing celebrities, Hoda Kotb had some trouble pronouncing Zach Galifianakis' last name. Somehow, we found the mispronunciation of "Yak-a-fin-ah-lis" just as funny as the comedian.
Scoundrels: A Family That Goes Straight Together, Stays Together
...Or at least stay out of prison. Scoundrels is a new drama/comedy on ABC about the West family, a family of criminals living in Palm Springs. Based on the New Zealand TV series entitled Outrageous Fortune.