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Start DVRing Your New Favorite Show, Regis and Butt-Head

Yes, fellow humans who love basing silly jokes on barely-acceptable rhymes, our day has come. Hanging ten on the surf of his post-Live! With Regis and Kelly talk show appearances, Regis Philbin showed Jimmy Kimmel a pet project he's been [...]

By Hallie Cantor

Jerry Seinfeld to Take Over for Regis, at Least for a Couple of Days

Regis is leaving his post at Live with Regis and Kelly in a couple of weeks. Apparently, they'll be using guest hosts for a time after that. The first one? Jerry Seinfeld, who will be withstanding Kelly Ripa's perkiness from November 21st to [...]

By Adam Frucci

Seth Meyers Sits in for Regis on Live with Regis and Kelly

Today, Seth Meyers joined Kelly Ripa on Live with Regis and Kelly, presumably because Regis was off shooting some bank commercials. Seth fit right in, chattin' and gabbin' with Kelly about her weekend free of her family and his weekend at a [...]

By Adam Frucci

Doogie and Van Wilder Share a Moment of Awkwardness

Harris Reynolds
If any of you went to see Definitely, Maybe last night, or you know, have seen any of the ads for it, you already know that it's basically the same premise as How I Met Your Mother. This has been covered pretty steadily since news of the film came out. But today on Live!, the awkwardness came to the fore. Neil Patrick Harris was subbing for Regis Philbin, and Ryan Reynolds was one of the celebrity guests. Reynolds stars as the handsome, likable dad in Definitely, and Harris stars as the despicable, hilarious Lothario Barney in Mother. Now, it turns out that Ryan and Neil are old friends: Neil even recalled having Ryan over to his house to discuss whether Ryan should accept a role on Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (he did). But even their friendliness could not avoid the following moment, when Neil, Ryan and Kelly started discussing Ryan's latest film:
Harris: Romantic comedy. [Preparing himself.] What's it about?
Reynolds: It's about a guy whose explaining his impending divorce to his daughter, and she wants to know how I met her…[pauses, probably remembers he had practiced a different way of describing the plot] uh … mom.
Harris: How I Met Your Mother. [Gleefully] INTERESTING.
Harris let it go at that, but we consider it a small victory on behalf of the cast and fans of How I Met Your Mother everywhere. How I Met Your Mother [Official site]