So without any further ado, let’s hit the pop culture week in review with a big shake-up in the world of television. Ryan “I Already Host Every Other Show On TV So Why Not? and people at the water cooler will be talking a lot about “middle America” and “target demographics” for awhile. We finally see the moment where Ted meets The Mother (her name is Tracy, by the way).
on CBS since leaving NBC in 1993, announced this week that in “a year or two,” he will hang up the towel and spend more time with his family. But seemingly seconds later, we find out that she DIED. But then Ted’s kids (…bear in mind the kids’ scenes were taped in 2005 so this was the plan all along) tell Ted that their mom died 6 years earlier, that they want Ted to be happy, and he should date “Aunt Robin” – friggin’ Robin, the person who Ted spends most of the series dating/trying to get over.
Ted in fact is the President and CEO of Comcast, the company that owns E! The first word about their break-up surfaced in summer 2009 but the couple denied it.
Then on Monday, January 25, Gawker reported that Chelsea has initiated a break-up and moved out of the house they shared.
"It was good to win the game and the series here, which is tough to do," Nationals manager Dusty Baker said. The hardest part for Washington starter Stephen Strasburg was keeping his focus.
Chelsea Handler and Ted Harbert began dating in 2006 when she transitioned from being the host of "The Chelsea Handler Show" to "Chelsea Lately".
Chelsea Handler is positively perky as she arrives at New York's Crosby Street Hotel, even though it's before on a Sunday morning.
’ has been produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead’s midwife) and if the first song to be streamed is anything to go by: ‘Smell The Roses’, which is reminiscent of ‘Have A Cigar’ and the funky section of ‘Echoes’, it will be worth the wait.
He toured again in 2002, this time playing elsewhere, including that years Glastonbury Festival which was a damp and cold affair.