"I may not have a lip!" said the Blue Collar Comedy star. Yes, in the battle for low brow supremacy, Foxworthy and Lopez discussed how long he's had his moustache, as well as their roles in the upcoming Smurfs movie.
Beyoncé turns 28 today. Mark Ronson is turning 34. Police commissioner Ray Kelly is 68. Congressman Anthony Weiner is turning 45. Hotelier/restaurateur Sean MacPherson turns 45. Paper magazine co-founder David Hershkovits is turning 62. Damon Wayans is 49. Retired baseball player Mike Piazza is 41. And Dr. Drew Pinsky is celebrating his 51st. Weekend birthdays below.
Do you feel that? Those are George Carlin's acid tears falling from heaven. There are some mainstays on the millionaire funny-man list. But there is one depressing shocker. Can you guess who?
· Fox bought Jeff Foxworthy's animated pilot pitch about "a dysfunctional family set in the world of NASCAR." Since it comes from Foxworthy, we'll assume that unlike King of the Hill, this show is meant to be embraced by those it depicts. [Variety] · Ben Affleck will write, direct and star in the sexily titled The Town, in which he'll play a thief who falls in love with a bank manager. [Variety] · Sam Rockwell, Emma Roberts and Rob Corddry will star in The Winning Season, about a high school girls' basketball team. Yeah, we'd see that. [THR] · Football season means ESPN scores! Terminator isn't faring as well for Fox, however, despite the best efforts of Shirley Manson as its American Standard-issue flushable killing machine. [Variety] · Wall Street's pants-crapping directly affected entertainment media stocks, with the THR Showbiz 50 hitting its lowest point in a year. [THR]