When Tony Bennett stopped by on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM program to promote his new CD, ‘Duets II,’ on Monday, the 85-year-old crooner and World War II vet had some controversial thoughts about the terrorists responsible for the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
MTV’s hit reality show, which depicts the exploits of a group of raisin-tanned 20-somethings as they live and party along the New Jersey coastline, has just had $420,000 of its 2009 production costs covered by the state’s Economic Development Authority.
This little PSA starts out earnestly enough, warning of the dangers of driving too fast and how slowing down even a little can increase the time needed to stop a car — and possibly avoid hitting a pedestrian.
In all eight seasons that Charlie Sheen was on the hit sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men,’ the program’s musical intro featured him on the left, Jon Cryer on the right, and Angus T. Jones in the middle as they sang their opening “manly men” theme.
But with Sheen’s showy departure, things obviously had to change.
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