Well, we knew something was going to happen!
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And that aspect may have never been as on display as it was in their recent parody of When Harry Met Sally – appropriately titled When Cookie Met Sally.
Seeing as this is still a show for children, Sally teaches Cookie the importance of patience, while Cookie shows Sally how to indulge sometimes…
We guess they're really itching to make their move over to HBO for the next five years.
Ch-ch-check out the parody that was certainly lost on kids everywhere (below)!!!
TV Land is about to get a whole lot more meta!
It's been reported that the cable network is teaming with Melissa McCarthy and her actor husband Ben Falcone for the upcoming comedy Friends With Melissa!
The single camera series will follow the lives of real life writers Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras who watched their friends from the improv comedy troupe The Groundlings (such as McCarthy) go on to become famous movie stars while they write for a children's TV show!
McCarthy is set to appear in the pilot episode and executive produce the series with her husband — the two had this to say in a joint statement:
We know, wherever he is, he would appreciate this!
A memorial for Robin Williams was recently held at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco this past Saturday, and it was an emotion fueled day for everyone that attended!
But the most emotional of all the guests was Billy Crystal who delivered a beautiful speech
The comedian went on The Tonight Show where he and host Jimmy Fallon swapped stories about the late star, recounting all of the times that he made them laugh the hardest. Since Billy was Robin's good friend, he has a ton of them!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) for some Robin stories you haven't heard anywhere else!
We all knew that at the 2014 Emmys, there would be an "in memoriam."
We had no idea how many seriously talented individuals we lost this past year until seeing it.
So many big stars now only live on in their films. Sara Bareilles almost brought us to tears with her beautiful music as those lost stars danced across the screen.
Sadly, one of the biggest stars lost was Robin Williams.
Fellow comedian and good friend of Robin's, Billy Crystal, was there to give Robin the tribute he deserved.
Equal parts funny and bittersweet, Billy did Robin justice.
Check out the video (above) and maybe have a box of tissues handy.