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Goldie Hawn's Coming To HBO! Pilot Picked Up!

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Not since Laugh In has this 70s blonde bombshell been on the small screen, but Goldie Hawn is back - and in a big way!

HBO has just picked up a new pilot of the creator of Sex & The City Darren Star called The Viagra Diaries. Based on the Barbara Rose Brooker book, the series will center around a woman who has been left by her husband during his "mid-life crisis" and faces the world as a single woman for the first time in 35 years.

Wait. We know this plot. We think we've seen Goldie in a role like this before…

HOLY SHIT! It's like First Wives Club!!!! Where's Bette?! Ahh!!! We're so excited!

And we're not the only one! Goldie even tweeted out the happy news too, saying:

"HBO picked up our pilot "The Viagra Diaries". Yippee kai yay!"

Yippe kai yay? HELL YES. BITCHES!!! This is gonna be SOLID!

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5 comments to “Goldie Hawn's Coming To HBO! Pilot Picked Up!”



  1. 1

    "Ahh!!! We're so excited!" Man you are easily excited if a worn out remake of a remake of a worn out story fires you up. I've always liked her , especially the original GOLDIE from Laugh-in. She was just fucking cute



  2. 2

    Don't want to be unkind, but a mid life crisis comes when your in your 40's
    Fot Goldie to have a mid life crisis , she would have to live to be about 140 or so



  3. 3

    Love Goldie and would love to see this show, but cannot afford HBO, sorry.



  4. 4

    Man, she's getting Scarry Looking!



  5. 5

    I refuse to pay extra for any of the pay channels. They all suck big time with the movies they show. Old, and repeat all of them constantly. There are enough good tv shows on now that I watch without paying extra. It's 100 a month just to watch tv nowadays. It used to be free. Oh, the good ol' days. Those were the days.