Notice to celebrities -- the time for drugging, and partying it up beyond the max, is OVER!
Step 1: Pose Half-Naked on a National Magazine Cover.
Robert Rodriguez is one of those rare filmmakers whose movies -- for better or worse -- always come alive with his sheer enjoyment of making them. In the case of Machete, that's a good thing.
I'm not kidding. When Lindsay flashes her probation officer or wears FU nails -- shrinks see a frightened little girl. Here's why.
A character actor whose rugged face, imposing scowl, long hair, droopy mustache and massive chest tattoo have made him a favorite of directors and audiences alike, Trejo sounds slightly stunned at where he finds himself, at the age of 66.
For those people afflicted with AD/HD, Adderall can be a lifesaver but for people wrongly diagnosed, the fallout can be severe. According to doctors, Lindsay should never have been prescribed the drug.
Soon enough I'll be complaining to the closest person within earshot about the trials and travails of the real players on my fake team.
Every week another celebrity shows up in Rehab. The addicted star has been a staple of plays, then movies, now unreality television. Are there any ways to present this massacre of talent?
Is there anything wrong with arresting drug offenders and sending them to treatment? Here are six objections.
Join us as we dish about the most recent news in the celebrity world. Tune in and learn about everything from Lindsay Lohan's arrest to Chelsea Clinton's wedding.
Our obsession with everything celebrity has stopped us being able to focus on issues that matter and morphed us into drama addicts and voyeurs.
What can we learn from the recent media blitz on Lindsay Lohan and Mel Gibson? You may expect me to come up with some hidden message or special lesson here -- but sometimes the obvious is the hardest to digest.
Accountability and consequences work. How can we apply this valuable lesson of the importance of being accountable in all of our lives?
How do you have summer fun, with 6 more weeks still looming? It's time to hearken back to simpler times and gain more pleasure out of the everyday.
In an ideal world, media outlets would ignore the trivial banalities of celebrity meltdowns and focus primarily on the real world issues that concern us all. However, the media needs to give the people what they want in order to survive.
Joan Rivers is right about Lindsay Lohan. Sadly, her comment that Ms. Lohan will not survive another ten years of her current lifestyle appears reasonable and prescient.