By m_ruv|Friday, October 7, 2005 | 9:52 am | 1 Comments
After the sssssssstunning success of the live Will & Grace premiere, NBC plants itself firmly in the Alan Alda Overexposure Zone by planning a live West Wing on November 6. There will again be two different airings for the east and west coasts, but in a big middle finger to the red states, no special airing is planned for the Mountain time zone. [AP]
Don’t let’s all shed a tear now, but Ted Koppel is leaving Nightline next month, after 25 years. But when your SNL parody character is twice as interesting than you are, it’s time to go. [AP]
Control triumphs over chaos as Stockard Channing fesses up to her DUI. [E! online]
Apparently last’s week’s resignation as Disney CEO wasn’t enough for Michael Eisner, who just abandoned his seat on the board of directors as well. I’m telling you, that place is a cult. [LA Times]
As if he weren’t already playing far enough out of his league, inexplicable-Gisele-BÃƒÂ¼ndchen-lander-cum-onscreen-bladder-evacuator Leonardo DiCaprio is buying an apartment in the new Richard Meier building in Manhattan’s West Village. [NY Post]
The quality fall movie season is here, as Capote, Wallace and Gromit, Two for the Money, and Good Night, and Good Luck all open today. If you can’t find something on that list that you like, you have problems.