Today at Gawker.TV, Highlights from James Franco's Inside The Actors Studio, Johnny Depp blows the whistle on Al Pacino's joke-telling abilities, Michael C. Hall sings a creepy Christmas carol, and a sneak preview of Holly's return to The Office.
"Rabbits Turn Me On," And Other Fun Facts From James Franco's Inside The Actors Studio
Bravo aired its much-anticipated James Franco interview last night and James Lipton hit all of the important topics. We learned a lot, including his favorite word (scotch) and that "Sometimes, like, rabbits turn me on. I don't know why."
Watch Holly Make Her Triumphant Return to The Office
As most of us already knew, Holly will make her return Dunder Mifflin around Christmastime. Well, that episode airs on Thursday and a clip from this week's Office is behind the jump. Happy, long-awaited spoilers ahead!
Johnny Depp on Al Pacino's Ability to Tell a Joke
Johnny Depp stopped by the Late Show last night to promote his new movie, The Tourist, which comes out Friday. He talked about Marlon Brando, Al Pacino's joke-telling abilities (he's apparently not so good), and …babysitting Angelina Jolie's dog? Yes.
Eating Embryos on Millionaire Matchmaker
On the creepiest episode of Millionaire Matchmaker ever, there were not only some intense Stangerisms, but also the most entertaining creeping on television. See Patti's best one-liners, some outrageous behavior, and embryonic meals after the jump!
Michael C. Hall Sings a Creepy Rendition of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"
Once you get over being impressed by how well Michael C. Hall can sing, you'll feel slightly unsettled by the Dexter version of the song—which ends in "Santa Claus will kill you if you're bad."