It's no surprise that Donald Faison (aka Dr. Chris Turk from Scrubs) is able to make a girl laugh... even over the phone. Nor is it surprising that, during my interview, the divorced father of four was enthusiastic when answering my questions about fighting aliens in the context of love and relationships. His response: "Wow, that's kind of abstract, but OK!" He is a good guy. A good guy with some wise words about how to keep your man, get that girl and save the world from alien invaders. You can see him in the new alien thriller Skyline, in theaters now.
A bachelorette party invite list is very important. Some of the women that you'd bring will totally wreck everyone's good time. And snubs could ruin the wedding. We've got the ten best TV characters to make your bachelorette party awesome. From Family Guy to Weeds to Big Love, Battlestar Galactica and Gossip Girl. These fictional characters could make any bachelorette party successful.
A bachelor party is a sacred time in a man's life. It represents his last gasp as a footloose and fancy-pantsed dude before he takes the plunge into marriage. The prospect of agreeing to "have" one woman for the rest of your life is, obviously, carte blanche to go to Las Vegas, roll some dice and make a few really bad decisions. And the dudes you bring along can make it a time to remember (because it will not last forever). Choose wisely and keep in mind that a bachelor party snub (for guys) is way worse than not getting invited to the wedding. Here are 10 characters on TV who'll keep that stag party off the chain but, ideally, not get you knifed: Brian The Dog (Family Guy): Peter's faithful best friend is erudite, clever, sarcastic and an alcoholic. While he may pretend to be above strip clubs, he’s not. Be careful, he may insist on seeing a show or doing something constructive.
You know Dr. Richard Batista the center of the kidney divorce case? He wants his ex, Dawnell Batista, to return the kidney that he gave her. And barring that, he wants $1.5 million. Yes, this sounds awful, but let me explain it to you through the prism of Zach Braff's show Scrubs.
You may know Brody Jenner as the slacker heartthrob from MTV's The Hills. It probably seems like this dude has it made. But it looks like he's missing a best bro. So, MTV is doing the only thing it can; trying to help Brody Jenner a new man crush. They're hooking him up with a reality show that will help him make a new best bud. The show uses challenges involving male bonding to eliminate unworthy contestants. This should not stand. These television jokers are making a mockery of bromance. This could set the man crush back decades.