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(CNN)   Celebrities play charades for your enjoyment. Two words: First word: Sounds like "snoring"   ( divider line
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2005-06-20 01:12:17 PM  
Julianna Margulies, Stanley Tucci, Chad Lowe and Steve Guttenberg try to figure out what Fisher Stevens is doing on "Celebrity Charades."

put down the gun, Kitwilly, put down the gun.
2005-06-20 01:13:49 PM  
playing charades: sort of fun...if you're drunk

watching people play charades: all involved deserving of pimp slap
2005-06-20 01:18:54 PM  
Guttenberg I can understand, but Tucci? Come on, man. You've got a career, and some talent! Don't do this. At least, go on Who's Line and have some pride.
2005-06-20 01:19:51 PM  
They could call it "Party Game" and use washed up Canadian actors like Billy Van... except he's dead.

/It all sounds so familiar.
2005-06-20 01:19:57 PM  
I'd rather get my teeth cleaned.
2005-06-20 01:24:29 PM  
i liked this one better

"Celebrity charades. Artist...pop artist...Warhol, Andy Warhol's watch...fifteen minutes, my fifteen minutes are up"

/just sayin'
2005-06-20 01:35:07 PM  
"...the show's set, a 5,000-square-foot Manhattan loft..."

Wouldn't it be cheaper to build a whole new studio on the moon?
2005-06-20 01:35:55 PM  
Uhh... "Butch and Sundance: The Early Years"?
2005-06-20 01:36:15 PM  
Screw that, bring Win, Lose or Draw back! And with the ghost of Bert Convy wearing those great sweaters.
2005-06-20 01:37:29 PM  
Now if they'd managed to sign on Pauly Shore, they'd really have something here (something truly horrific to watch that is)....
2005-06-20 02:01:37 PM  
If it was To the Deat Charades it may have been interesting.
2005-06-20 02:36:00 PM  
Olaf Michael J. Fox once said being on Canadian TV is the closest you can be to being in the Witness Protection Program without committing a crime.
2005-06-20 02:43:42 PM  
CHARADES WORD: Julianna Margulies

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Oooh, ooh! I know this one! Is it "stunningly beautiful actress with no career?!"
2005-06-20 02:46:13 PM  
Thera: I agree.
But you'll have a heck of a time trying to get Burt and Loni back too.

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2005-06-20 02:59:49 PM  
Win, Lose, or Draw was the first time where I realized, as a kid, that Actors and Actresses must have some weird gene that makes them incredibly stupid.

And that Hollywood had no original ideas.
2005-06-20 08:38:15 PM  
No wonder the younglings no longer respect us.
2005-06-20 08:38:58 PM  
Anything is fun when you're drunk & naked!

Except of course, ritual offerings to dark gods... And albino midget tossing, and handling cobras...

/the list kinda goes on and on
2005-06-20 08:39:47 PM  
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OOOH, That's easy! Secretariat after Belmont!
2005-06-20 08:40:05 PM  
First word: Sounds like "snoring"




Am I getting close?
2005-06-20 08:40:06 PM  
"Julianna Margulies, Stanley Tucci, Chad Lowe and Steve Guttenberg try to figure out what Fisher Stevens is doing on "Celebrity Charades.""

2005-06-20 08:44:16 PM  
Seneca Doane
Oooh, ooh! I know this one! Is it "stunningly beautiful actress with no career?!"

From imdb: "Was offered $27 million to renew her contract with "ER" (1994) but turned it down so she could move back to NYC and work in the theater."

D'OH !

/fap fap fappity fap
2005-06-20 08:47:03 PM  
Could the rhyming word be "whoring?"
2005-06-20 08:51:39 PM  
This show is on AMC? Doesn't that stand for American Movie Classics? MTV doesn't show music videos. ESPN is barely showing sports. Pretty soon the name of every network will be totally irrelevant to the programming it offers.
2005-06-20 08:57:37 PM  
oh oh, i know! Roaring! as in, With Laughter! from this show!!!
2005-06-20 08:59:29 PM  

Yeah, I'm looking forward to "Hydrangea Week" on Animal Planet myself.
2005-06-20 08:59:36 PM  
Hmmm...watching Charades is kind of like watching flies farking. I'm sure it's fun for them, but...

2005-06-20 09:01:52 PM  
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2005-06-20 09:04:43 PM  
OK, for the 67 Farkers who are actually likely to check out this thread:

Who knows what commercial jingle was written by the father of the (wonderfully gorgeous) Julianna Margulies?
2005-06-20 09:08:33 PM  

Can we just say it, or does it have to be in charade form?
2005-06-20 09:09:10 PM  
if ya knows it, just says it.
2005-06-20 09:12:02 PM  


Oh something a something it is?
2005-06-20 09:15:40 PM  

That, my friend, is hysterical. So, so wrong, yet so true.
2005-06-20 09:18:00 PM  
Kitten Killer, you've GOT it!
2005-06-20 09:18:34 PM  
Who knows what commercial jingle was written by the father of the (wonderfully gorgeous) Julianna Margulies?

Yeah, but thinking about leaves me feeling hungover.
2005-06-20 09:18:54 PM  
But dids ya knows it...errr dids ya has tuh look it up?
2005-06-20 09:22:00 PM  
Cheese and rice.

If I GOT something on FARK, I hope they make a pill to get rid of it. Or maybe one of those soothing topical creams. Hell, even a shot would be okay (unless it's like rabies).
2005-06-20 09:23:01 PM  

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2005-06-20 09:24:38 PM  
I miss Billy Van.

Party Game, anyone?
2005-06-20 09:25:23 PM  
If by "charades" you mean "Russian roulette," you're on to something...

unless it's Keira Knightley, in which case you can replace "charades" with "gently caress and hold toonz close to you all night, every night"
2005-06-20 09:26:02 PM  
That bit of trivia I learned while watching that movie she was in with the bank/train robbers. I blanked out most of the details of that movie, but JC's mom piped in with that bit of trivia after the movie was over and it stuck with me. I didn't even recognize her as the ER chick while watching the movie.
2005-06-20 09:27:30 PM  

Since this thread is dying's a nice little distraction for ya:

Free Solo Guitar MP3 Downloads (pops)

Worth at least TWICE the cost of admission.

2005-06-20 09:28:27 PM  
"No!!! I'm Tom Cruise getting blasted in the face, dammit!!!! HOW HARD IS THIS!!!! THERE ARE NO RULES!!!! THIS IS WAR!!!!!"
2005-06-20 09:28:35 PM  
That's one of those little bits that sticks with you. I don't remember where I heard it...but it was probably 7-8 years ago. Other than that, I don't know squat about her.

But I like lookin' at her.
2005-06-20 09:36:03 PM  
Dammit, I had to leave... and here I was all busy tryin' to think of charades for "plop" and "fizz."

And ZerotoNowhere, thank you, a-thanka you.
2005-06-20 09:38:15 PM  
I don't even wanna imagine what the GIS would give for "plop". Better keep safesearch on Peisersoze.
2005-06-20 09:40:59 PM  
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Ooooh, oooh! Plop!

2005-06-20 09:42:19 PM  
Went for the charades...and staying for Independence Day. Been too long since I've watched it.
2005-06-20 09:43:36 PM  
They need to bring back the

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No, really. They really do.
2005-06-20 09:44:03 PM  
And fizz.

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2005-06-20 09:45:41 PM  

Great, thanks for the programming notice; now I'm gonna have to watch it just to hear Will Smith say "Welcome to Urf."
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