"Whenever things are going great with Kanye, Kim talks about having another baby."
The source also added the baby would be "a great storyline for the show."
No surprise there, but the insider continued:
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Leah Remini has been dropping a sh*t ton of shocking details in her docuseries Scientology and the Aftermath — and this Q&A installment, co-hosted by fellow former member and Church executive Mike Rinder, is no different.
In Tuesday's episode called Ask Me Anything, Part 2, the 46-year-old actress answered a series of fan-submitted questions on social media alongside special guests: Going Clear author Lawrence Wright, lawyer Ray Jeffrey, and cult behavior and deprogramming expert Steve Hassan.
At one point, the panel turned to former Scientology exec Debbie Cook, who claimed she had to commit acts like LICKING THE BATHROOM floor while serving time in "the hole" after she allegedly violated a non-disclosure agreement. OMG!
Cook was sued by the church and transported to a double-trailer complex for allegedly sending out classified information via a group email. The lawsuit was later settled in 2012.
Also in the episode, Miz Remini opened up about her exchange with her The King Of Queens costar Kevin James about the religion.
At the time, Leah said the devout Catholic actor wanted nothing to do with Scientology:
Summer is officially over, which means it's time to get nestled back on our couches and watch all the new TV shows on the fall 2016 lineup!
Historically, most new shows end up getting cancelled within a season — but being in the age of peak television and all has seriously pumped up the caliber of new content being offered on the small screen.
From Donald Glover's refreshing dramedy Atlanta (premiering tonight on FX!), to Kristen Bell's whimsical comedy The Good Place, to Netflix's latest gritty superhero series Luke Cage — TV audiences have no shortage of fresh shows awaiting them this year.
(Of course, we still have shows like Kevin James' Kevin Can Wait for those who prefer more familiar sitcoms.)
So, which new shows are YOU most excited to start watching this fall? Cast your votes (below)!
Big pharma. Little brain.
Martin Shkreli has been public enemy No. 1 for about a year now, but we didn't think it was possible for him to sink any lower than when he criminally raised the price of AIDS drug, Daraprim.
However, he proved us wrong on Monday by attempting to troll the Internet's favorite comedian — Patton Oswalt.
It all started at around 3 p.m. EST on Labor Day when the comedian began making fun of the trending hashtag, #TrumpCantSwim, saying:
Unlike the film industry, television prides itself in creating diverse and compelling storytelling these days.
But some networks are being called out for not stepping up to the diversity plate — specifically CBS, whose new ordered shows for the fall are exclusively starring white male actors.
The network's new fall schedule will include Bull starring Michael Weatherly; Kevin Can Wait starring Kevin James; The Great Indoors starring Joel McHale; Man With a Plan starring Matt LeBlanc; Pure Genius starring Augustus Prew and Dermot Mulroney; and MacGyver starring Lucas Till and George Eads.
Despite getting heat for an obviously macho lineup, the network's new entertainment head Glenn Geller defended the network's fall schedule during CBS's upfronts on Wednesday, telling reporters:
The nominations are in!
Well, 2015 had some of the best movies the industry has seen in some time. Unfortunately, there were also some pretty horrendous flicks too. No joke!
Thankfully, the Golden Raspberry Awards (AKA Razzies) has released its shortlist for the worst movies and performances of the year. Now we know what NOT to watch, phew!
Though, we can't be THAT surprised since 50SOG was slammed by the critics, despite making bank in the box office. Not to mention, Adam's Pixels is just the latest project from the funnyman to be taken down by the group.
In case you forgot, the Razzies are voted on by 900 members and the "winners" will be announced the day before the Oscars.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if YOU think anyone is missing!
Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Pong, OH MY!
The '80s are back! No, not hair spray and David Bowie — though he's never left — the classic video games of the '80s are here to take over the world in the the new trailer for Pixels (above).
The movie features intergalactic aliens who misunderstand a time capsule sent to them and see it as an act of war against them. So they do what we'd all do, manifest themselves as '80s video games and attack the Earth!
The film stars Adam Sandler as a former Pac-Man champion, Peter Dinklage, the Donkey Kong champion, Josh Gad, master of Centipede — no not THAT centipede, the video game! — and Michelle Monaghan as Lieutenant Colonel Vanessa van Patten, a weapons specialist. Kevin James also stars as the President of the United States and best friends with Sandler's character — hey if '80s video games can invade us we'll buy James as president.
Are you excited for this off-beat wacky arcade comedy? Ch-ch-check out the trailer for yourself and get excited for the July release!