The buck stops here -- at least as far as going beyond a divorce is concerned.
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Since losing his wife, Patton Oswalt's life has become something like a "sitcom"… except no one is laughing.
Now a single father, the Emmy-winner explained:
"I'm like every bad '80s sitcom where there's a dad raising a kid by himself… Except my '80s sitcom sucks. There's no punch lines. There's a lot of insomnia, there's a lot of me eating Cheetos for dinner. I'm waiting for my daughter to turn to the camera and go: No wonder I'm in therapy."
While the 47-year-old managed to make the crowd laugh with his bittersweet story, it's clear he's so heartbroken over the tragic loss.
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below):
Jim Parsons has to say a ton of science-y words he can't pronounce playing Sheldon Cooper every week on The Big Bang Theory, but never say he wasn't appropriately compensated!
The Emmy-winner managed to top Forbes' list of highest-paid TV actors for 2016 for another consecutive year, taking in a cool $25.5 million earnings for playing the neurotic scientist on the CBS comedy.
But Parsons wasn't the only BBT star to make the list — calculated from June 1, 2015 to June 1, 2016 — as the next three spots were taken by three fellow cast members.
Johnny Galecki took second with $24 million, Simon Helberg took third with $22.5 mil, and Kunal Nayyar landed fourth place with $22 mil!
Though, like always, some names are a bit surprising to see on the list. (What are you doing here, Ray Romano?)
Ch-ch-check out the full list (below) to see the 15 top male earners in television!
Everyone wants a piece of Stranger Things' breakout star, Millie Bobby Brown!
So it's no wonder the 12-year-old was a little overwhelmed at the Emmys this past weekend. On Thursday, the Intruders actress discussed her experience at the awards show on Lorraine and revealed she had a panic attack after meeting many celebs.
Miz Bobby Brown explained:
And with the 20-year-old trial back under the public microscope, many viewers are curious as to what happened behind-the-scenes of the historic court battle — specifically, between prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden!
The two attorneys have always been suspected of hooking up during the trial — heck, even Ryan Murphy's crime anthology hinted at a romantic spark between the Emmy-winning characters played by Sarah Paulson and Sterling K. Brown.
However, after YEARS of speculation, the actual Darden is finally opening up about his relationship with the fellow attorney, telling Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday:
If you watched the Emmys on Sunday, then we're sure you saw Dame Maggie Smith's big win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Downton Abbey.
In true Kimmel fashion, the late night host jabbed that the 81-year-old would have to pick up her trophy at the lost and found this time! LOLz!
Well, the esteemed actress may not have responded right away, but with the help of Masterpiece PBS's Twitter account, she tweeted the PERFECT response to Jimmy's jabs saying:
However, the late Voice alum was absent from the montage.
After fans took to social media to complain, a spokesperson for the awards show explained why the singer didn't make it into the segment, telling Entertainment Tonight: