Wanda Sykes doesn’t censor her self much as evidenced by this clip from her talker, The Wanda Sykes Show, provided to us by Fox Broadcasting.
In this episode of The Wanda Sykes Show, the comedienne gives her own version of exactly how pro golfer, Tiger Woods, really got hurt over the holiday weekend.
Woods was in a car accident early Friday morning, taken to the hospital and released after his wife, Elin freed him from the vehicle by bashing in the back window of his Escalade with a golf club.
Woods is said to be in good condition, but has still begged off of the Chevron World Challenge tournament in Thousand Oaks, California as a result of the injuries he sustained in the accident.The tourney was scheduled for December 1st through December 6th.That accident is currently under investigation.
Click onto video for Wanda Sykes rendition of Tiger Wood’s accident.
The Wanda Sykes Show airs Saturday nights, 11:00 p.m.ET/PT on Fox.
NBC is promising a fresh ep of TRAUMA in tonight’s programming. Titled BLUE BALOON, this installment sees a bad batch of heroin hitting the city, another run-in with a ‘frequent flyer’ and a romance start to blossom. We spoke with series stars ANASTASIA GRIFFITH and TAYLOR KINNEY just before the show premiered and they talked about the biggest obstacle in doing a drama about paramedics: mastering the language. Because KINNEY plays a ‘probie,’ he can get away with the occasional goof. But GRIFFITH is supposed to be a vet so there’s litte room for error. Watch the clip….LANGUAGE POSSIBLY NSFW!
"Find My Family" heads to Glendale, AZ to meet Jamie De Haven, an African-American, mother of three who was adopted as a baby by an all white family in Indiana. In Jamie's family, race was never an issue - there was nothing but love. In her heart and soul, Jamie always felt something was missing and dreamed of finding her birth mother. Working a full time job to try to make ends meet, she knew that her birth mother struggled financially and was forced to give her up for adoption. Although she knew her mother's name and even the address of the house where her mother lived at one time, Jamie's endless efforts over the years have come up empty. Now it's up to Tim, Lisa and the "Find My Family" investigative team to answer Jamie's prayers and find the mother she never knew, on "Find My Family," airing MONDAY, NOV. 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/GREG ZABILSKI) JAIME DEHAVEN, TIM GREEN
ABC‘s new reality series Find My Family helps reconnect both biological parents and children for a weekly audience.
Journalist Lisa Joyner and former football pro Tim Green (both adopted) not only host the show, but have sought out their own biological parents. So they understand what sort of emotional upheaval it is for both parties.
But they’ve discovered, over the course of the episodes, how sensitive Find My Family is to the parties involved as they reunite people. In fact, the series is as thoughtful as their own intermediaries were when they were doing the searching.
This week Find My Family heads to Glendale, AZ to meet Jamie De Haven, An African-American, mother of three who was adopted as a baby by an all-white family in Indiana.
Click onto video for the personal stories from both LIsa Joyner and Tim Green as they searched for their biological parents before they ever thought of hosting the show Find My Family.
Find My Family airs Mondays, 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
At last week’s Manhattan press conference for the upcoming family drama, EVERYBODY’S FINE, star ROBERT DeNIRO was asked about the recent announcement that his TRIBECA PRODUCTIONS was about to start work on several prime time television series. DeNIRO confirmed the story but was hesitant to express any affection for the medium. Listen in below: