• The Simpsons paid tribute to Marcia Wallace with last night’s chalkboard gag. -WarmingGlow
  • ABC has ordered a bunch more episodes of both The Goldbergs and Trophy Wife. I’ve never seen the first one, but the second one is pretty good! This has been #BIZBREAK. -Deadline
  • Make-A-Wish is going to turn San Francisco into Gotham City so a little boy can be Batman for a day, and it sounds like it’s going to be incredibly sweet. -/Film
  • Back to BIZ talk, Vince Gilligan is going to make his acting debut on Community! (PS: When we talk about “Community“ now, we are just talking about the Comunity-themed dreams that bloggers have, yeah?)  -Splitsider
  • And hey, Anna Gunn is going to be on The Mindy Project! All of our friends, right back in front of our faces. -EOnline
  • Michelle Pfeiffer was in a ”breatharian” cult when she first moved to Hollywood. I love cults I wish I could just read about cults all day, cults cults cults. -Dlisted
  • And finally, here is a supercut of Woody Allen and his characters saying “make love.” -FilmDrunk
Comments (8)
  1. In retrospect, it was probably a poor decision for me to be chopping onions while I was reading about that Batman thing.

  2. “Krabapple? I’ve been calling her Cranston!” Oh, Mrs. K…..

  3. I was pretty disappointed that FOX said they were going to air Bart The Lover in honor of Marcia Wallace at 7:30 on Sunday but instead aired the inferior Nedna episode instead without any warning

    very sad bait and switch

    • That episode pissed me off more than I can explain. Edna telling off Ned was AMAZING, though. I’m still pissed they did end up getting together instead of her running off with her old lover, Snake, or Moe or someone… Hank Scorpio, maybe. Edna deserves to live in a town with a Hammock District. Or maybe she’s with angel Lionel Hutz now, forever giving him her keys and ATM card.

  4. Never forget that Marcia Wallace was the drama teacher in our favorite movie, Teen Witch. And she was great on ALF and That’s My Bush! and, of course, Bob Newhart and all my favorite 70s game shows like Match Game and Password and Hollywood Squares…

    I’m tearing up looking at that image of Bart, but Simpsons tributes always make me cry.

  5. The Make a Wish story is one of the best things I’ve read. Ever.

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