Last night’s seasonfinale of Saturday Night Live was filled with a bunch of Bye, Bitch! moments. Fred Armisensaid farewell with a song. My eyeballs said farewell to my sockets when they rolled out of there while watching Kanye perform. Bill Hader said goodbye by almost crying at the end. And Stefon went out with an (almost) marital bang from The Silver Fox.
Because Stefon just couldn’t wait around for Seth Meyers to stop ignoring their love, he left Weekend Update to marry Anderson Cooper in front of dozens of club kids. If they’re ever going to make a remake of The Graduate, Stefon, the Silver Fox and Seth Meyers should star in it.
Yes, it’s true that Seth and Stefon belong together, but who in the hell leaves Anderson Cooper at the altar? Isn’t that against the law? I’d sell my entire family to the Russian mafia to get the Silver Fox to wink at me (with his brown eye, of course) and Stefon runs out on his ass without even thinking about it? But I guess, such is the mystery of Stefan.
And since NBC is still prejudiced against non-US countries, I don’t think you can watch the skit above if your IP isn’t an American citizen. But the only thing you need to know is that Stefon doesn’t kiss Seth and he doesn’t kiss the Silver Fox. I know, they should do the skit over again, but with more tongue this time.
NBC’s Smash wasn’t lucky enough to get picked up for a third season, but despite its cancellation, we’re sure the ending is going to be AH-mazing!
The show’s star, Megan Hilty, revealed that one particularly big musicalnumber, The Big Finish, will be especially gratifying:
“It’s me and Katharine McPhee and a bunch of dancers. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman wrote it — it’s amazing.”
As for saying goodbye to the show, she said:
“Of course I’m sad that I won’t get to work with all these amazing people, but I learned a long time ago that there are a lot of things out of my control. This is just one of them… All I can really do is be grateful for the time I had and all these amazing people and look to the next thing.”
Megan also spoke up about her character’s recent pregnancy reveal:
“I was very happy with that story because it’s a very delicate subject… I was really happy with how they ended the whole series.”
Smash will wrap up with its two hour series finale on May 26th! We’re sad to see it go, but can’t wait to see how the story ends! Till then!
We’re still in shock following — SPOILER ALERT — Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) death on last week’s episode of The VampireDiaries!
But before you get your panties in a twist, remember, she hasn’t quite left for the other side — because, uhh, the “other side” doesn’t exist at the moment. Now that she’s technically joined the ranks of the walkingdead, she still has her witchy powers to set things straight while the battle with Silas rages on.
Will she be able to put the veil back up?! And if and when she does, won’t that mean we’ll have to say bye to Bonnie for good?!
Ch-ch-check out the all new clip from the upcoming finale (above) and see Bonnie share a sweet moment with Caroline!
The cast of The VampireDiaries is lookin’ all kinds of HAWT in the newly released Season 4 finaleposter!! Donning a serious amount of black, there’s no messin’ around here! What’s more? The poster’s an open — and eerie — invitation:
“You’re invited to the Graduation. Dead or Alive.”
Ch-ch-check out the poster (above)!!
The final episode revolves around the Mystic High graduation ceremony. But these almost-graduates have other things to worry about – UMM, the threat of creepy ghost-vampire Silas looming around every corner.
In fact, the only explanation Lonely Boy himself can come up with is that he was SCHIZOPHRENIC!
The actor, who is busy promoting his new flick Greetings From Tim Buckley, gave an interview recently where he basically admitted he had no prior warning from producer Stephanie Savage before production began on the finale that he was going to end up being the nefarious, omnipresent blogger behind it all, and seems baffled at the too-many-to-count plot holes throughout the show’s run that made it all the more nonsensical!
We have to hand it to him! He manages to both share the disdain the audience had for the twist while managing to be still be completely complimentary of the production team!