It's the '40-Year-Old Virgin Nun.'
Sean Duffy, of 'The Real World: Boston,' is now a Republican congressman.
Vince Neil and Rebecca Budig have also volunteered to fall down a lot on national TV.
Fine, it's the radio edit of Cee-Lo's song, "Forget You."
You'll never guess what her fictional self says when this happens.
The show revolves around the straight owner of an upscale/cutting-edge hair salon who finds himself having a midlife crisis.
He only drops a few hints, but we'll take 'em. Consider us hooked.
"A friend of mine owns a Christmas-tree facility in Maine. I think I might be the official voice of that."
"The segment in question was certainly not meant to be insensitive, but in retrospect we realize that it was offensive to some viewers."
Imagine if this superman used his invincibility powers for good.
A recent poll also finds that GMC-truck drivers prefer Jon Stewart.
The show is a cascade of increasingly nutso plot twists.
From the 'Women of SNL' special last night.
Not that it did any good!
Instead of delivering the whole hour implied by his press releases, O'Brien recorded a gag show that ran under five minutes.
Our spies stubbornly refused to tell us just what the show's about.
'Off the Map' will replace the canceled 'The Whole Truth' and will launch on January 12.