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BILL NYE INJURED
Bill Nye the Science Guy may be out at Dancing with the Stars. The 57-year-old tripped and injured his knee at the end of Monday night’s performance, and may have to bow out of the program. “We can confirm Bill Nye was injured during his performance last night and is currently seeking medical attention,” said ABC in a statement. “We will continue to keep you posted on his progress.” The network is reportedly waiting for MRI results to see if Nye will be able to continue competing on the show.
SHEEN SHOWS UP FOR JURY DUTY
Charlie Sheen showed up to a Los Angeles courthouse yesterday, but believe it or not, he wasn’t in any kind of trouble. TMZ cameras caught the Anger Management star as he showed up for jury duty. He told the cameraman he’d love to sit on a “multiple homicide case” because it would be interesting. He also thinks he’s “more qualified” to judge a drug case because of his past history. But Charlie won't get a chance to judge any of it. He was dismissed from jury duty at around 3 pm.
DUMB AND DUMBER SEQUEL BEGINS SHOOTING
Here’s more proof that the sequel to Dumb and Dumber, titled Dumb and Dumber To, is finally happening. Stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels (who just won an Emmy for The Newsroom) began production yesterday and posted a picture of themselves in character as loveable Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne. Incidentally, the book in the picture is Carrey’s new children’s book How Roland Rolls.
THE SIMPSONS NAMED TOP CARTOON IN TV HISTORY
TV Guide has compiled a list of the Top 60 cartoons in TV history, and not surprising, The Simpsons, which has been on the air for 24 seasons, is at number one. Coming in second is the 60s classic The Flintstones, followed by Looney Tunes, Peanuts and Scooby Doo. Rounding out the Top Ten are: Rocky and his Friends/ The Bullwinkle Show, Batman: The Animated Series, SpongeBob SquarePants, Family Guy and South Park.
Top Ten Cartoons in TV History
Rocky and his Friends/The Bullwinkle Show
Batman: The Animated Series