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Backstage at the Best Man on Broadway.

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So Bill O'Reilley, John Stamos and Perez Hilton walk into a bar and…..

Perez Reviews: The Best Man on Broadway

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We sat through Gore Vidal's The Best Man on Friday and it was a bit of an arduous affair. Not only did the show seem very long - complete with two intermissions - but there were some serious issues with the play itself and a few of the performances.

Our biggest gripe with the show was with the writing. There was no one we were rooting for. The show lacked a hero! One contender was a fool and the other was a too! Either one could have won or lost, and we would have been apathetic either way.

It was nice to see, though, how relevant politically the show still is 50 plus years later.

Another one of the major flaws of this theatergoing experience for us is that John Larroquette, who played one of the two contenders, lacked the gravitas to pull off that role. We thoroughly enjoyed him when we saw him in How To Succeed, but in The Best Man Laroquette floundered. He "acted" well enough, but he failed to develop a fully fleshed character. It was him up there on that stage.

Cybill Shepard was like a ghost. Or beige. Take your pic.

And Elizabeth Ashley should use a head mic, as she did not amplify enough with just her voice.

John Stamos and Kristin Davis, on the other hand, were surprisingly good. And the definitely created characters they were portraying.

But the real revelation of this production is James Earl Jones, whose portrayal of the President was so nuanced and vibrant. He literally lit up the stage whenever he appeared. Too bad they killed the most likeable character in the show!

Literary Icon Gore Vidal Has Passed Away

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Gore Vidal passes away

Renowned author, screenwriter, playwright, essayist and political activist Gore Vidal has passed away after complications of pneumonia.

In 86 years of life, he wrote over a dozen screenplays, eight plays and 25 novels. He famously created controversy in 1948 with his third book, The City and the Pillar, which was one of the first novels in American literature to feature unambiguous homosexuality.

Vidal fearlessly tackled the taboo again in 1968 when

Quote Of The Day

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John Stamos quote

"I try not to get trapped into everybody’s image of who they think I am or who I should be. You turn on Howard Stern, he’s making me out to be this guy that I’m really not. I’m a guy that wants to be in a relationship and should be in a relationship. Sometimes I’m afraid of it because I don’t want to let people down… You get caught up in it. You don’t want to disappoint people.”

John Stamos on his playboy image

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Completely Gratuitous

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Oh, Uncle Jesse!! You can snap our picture ANYTIME!!

OKAY! Enough fantasizing! Ha! ;)

Before he buckles down for My Man Is A Loser, the incomparable John Stamos is busy playing paparazzi in NYC!

Wonder what kinda pics he got!

Of course, he could be taking a picture of a pole and it would still be the greatest piece of art to ever grace the world.

John… you slay us! You do!!

[Image via National Photo Group.]

John Stamos' Summer Plans: Indie Film And A Broadway Play

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John Stamos' Summer Plans: Indie Film And A Broadway Play

Uncle Jesse is bis-ay!

Timeless hunk, John Stamos, has officially joined the cast of My Man Is A Loser.

The independent comedy is about two husbands that

John Stamos' Extortionists Appeal Denied

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Remember when Allison Coss and Scott Sippola tried to extort $680,000 from John Stamos?

Well, they sure do! Now more than ever!

The Michigan duo lost an appeal of their four-year prison sentence and will serve out the remainder of their term.

The two were originally sentenced

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