It’s getting late and we had a long day (and, more importantly, we have to watch Top Chef and there’s pizza waiting), so we’re going with a search term staple today, “rashida jones.” Here’s the lovely Ms. Jones appearing on the brilliant Jeannie Tate Show, created by and starring Liz Cackowski, the former SNL and current Community scribe you might best recognize from Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
And if good comedy’s not your thing, here’s Jones on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s 2011 Hollywood Issue.
Bravo viciously slipped in a repeat of Top Chef last week, perhaps taking a snow day, but it returns tonight (we assume). With the new episode just hours away, let’s take a quick look back at what happened last time:
– They went to Eric Ripert’s Le Bernardin and watched this dude Justo butcher a bunch of fish like CRAZY:
More: Mike’s a moron, Marcel seeks council with Mr. Miyagi, and Fabio and The Blaise grow even closer…
Listen up, subway platform poster vandals. We have no problem with you scrawling your signature “mustache” mustache on Betty White or Angelina Jolie or that girl from Heavy. But you do not, DO NOT, touch Sue Simmons. The woman is a city treasure and should be treated as such.
Speaking of Sue! It just happens to be the biggest Sue Simmons day of the year! Groundhog Day! Which means that it’s time for her famous groundhog impression! We’ll keep an eye out for her 2011 version, but, for now, here’s last year’s:
Brava, Sue. Brava.
But, don’t worry, he can’t hear you.
We never get tired of this either. EVER.
But this is NOT the Danza Moment of the Week. That would be unfair to you and unfair to us.
We never get tired of this. EVER.
If you had only one day to live over and over again, what would YOU do?
There is a larger, deeper post somewhere in here about the existential subtext to Groundhog Day, but we have to get back to Saved by the Bell. Maybe next year!