Season 11 of "Dancing with the Stars" airs tonight at 8 p.m. Ben Barnes), a Brian Kinney-type ad guy whose life is kind of a mess.When it comes time for Jose to be the rat everyone knows he is, he replies, "I don't I never knew no steroids. I mean, did you SEE Sly Stallone sparring last night? I got my own supplements, Senator." Jeffrey Herrera, L. Why not go the whole nine yards and have Burt Young and the bald guy from "Rocky IV" in his corner?
But a car wreck leaves his daughter Brooke (Abby/Helen Steinman) in a “locked in” state — her mind is awake but she can move nothing but her eyes.
“Stand up, you have to be kind of sexy in the movie and in that dress, I can’t tell,” he reportedly said.
They did it in the basement, and it was a scene where I have to do this oral thing with this guy’s hand, and no one was there so I had to do it to myself. I thought, ‘They think I’m such s*** that I’m here on a Sunday with the assistant, giving myself a finger in the mouth.” 6. Going above and beyond probably hurt the actress more than it helped. I know he didn’t like that very much, but I felt good about it because it seemed like it was in tune with the character.
Q: This is what I don't get about why the guys who Jose Canseco says took steroids don't file lawsuits. The guy has made a crazy amount of money over the course of his career, probably in the neighborhood of to million. So if Palmeiro was innocent, why not hire a high-powered attorney and blow Canseco out of the water?
If somebody writes a book and goes on "60 Minutes" and says, "I helped Bill Simmons plagiarize some articles when we were working together at The Crusader," wouldn't you file a lawsuit? I would think that any of these wrongly-accused players would be reacting like Harrison Ford in "The Fugitive" right now risking their lives to clear their names. Makes you wonder.(One other note on Canseco: I thought he made up most of this stuff to sell the book; but after watching him on Bill Maher's show last week, I realized that Canseco isn't smart enough to think two moves ahead in a game of Connect Four, much less come up with a master plan to bring down baseball and make some cash in the process.