Bill Cosby is taking some serious heat in the media these days with all sorts of allegations about his past behavior. In light of that, this old interview with Sofia Vergara looks a little weird. Still, she’s as hot and funny as ever. She handles and deflects Cosby’s antics pretty well, and this also includes a short clip of Sofia dancing as well.
“True Blood” is mercifully coming to an end Sunday night on HBO. The show still features tons of beautiful celebrities and killer sex scenes, but the storylines have become so ridiculous even for a show about vampires.
Still, we’ll miss the great sex scenes, E Online ranked the craziest sex scenes from the show which is worth a read even if it’s set up as the usual, annoying slideshow. We’re partial to anything with the gorgeous Anna Paquin and we’ll pass on the dude scenes.
In looking at the winners and losers of summer TV, Andy Greenwald of Grantland wasn’t too impressed with Halle Berry’s choice:
He brings up some interesting choice on television roles for stars, and he also points out how binge-watching opportunities can actually dim the buzz around shows like “Orange is the New Black.” It’s a good read . . .
Yes, she’s a nut, and “The View” finally booted Jenny McCarthy.
Created by David Chase, “The Sopranos” was a long-running drama on HBO that revolved around New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano, his friends and large family. The show ran for six seasons and 86 episodes, ending in 2007. The cable station A&E picked up the show for syndication and the DVD releases of the show are some of the best-selling box sets ever. When the show finished its run in 2007, millions of fans were at a loss. After all, the show was a very important part of many people’s lives for the six seasons it ran. However, there are still ways to enjoy the intrigue and drama of The Sopranos even today. If you find yourself missing your Tony Soprano fix, consider one of these ways to bring the sopranos back into your life!
Those who live in or around New Jersey and New York can experience the world of The Sopranos in a very real way. Actor Marc Barton, who played a bit part in the series, has lead a tour of some of the most memorable “real” locations that were featured in the show. In addition to showing super-fans these locations, he shares an insider’s view of the show itself. According to a Telegraph article, those who choose to take the tour can expect to visit Big Stash’s sandwich shop, the Catholic Church that was shown to be Father Phil’s place, a seedy spot known in the show as a gambling den and even AJ’s school. Those who have enjoyed every episode will certainly appreciate seeing many of these spots in person.
Not surprisingly, there is an active market for Sopranos collectibles. This includes products created featuring characters and scenes from the show as well as “real” collectibles—old set pieces and items used in filming. A quick search for “Sopranos collectibles” on EBay shows thousands of items you can add to your collection. From T-shirts to posters and everything in between, a true fan can collect to his or her heart’s content.
Nothing matches the excitement of the show itself as much as playing along in a Sopranos-themed game. Play The Sopranos roulette game for Vegas-sized thrills with a Jersey attitude. Those who prefer gaming with friends and family may want to check out the Sopranos trivia board game, which is available from a number of online retailers. Finally, was a video game related to the series released in 2006. Available for Playstation 2, The Sopranos “Road to Respect” offered a chance to be part of the action.
The internet has made it easier than ever for fans of a show, even one that is now off the air, to connect with others. The fan community for The Sopranos is especially vibrant. If you aren’t ready to stop following Tony Soprano and the world around him, there are plenty of options out there for you. From fan fiction and discussions to exciting video-based games, you can find something that will help you in your quest to bring the Sopranos back!