When TV shows and movies do flashbacks, they face a dilemma: They can cast a younger actor that looks like their star, sacrificing easy recognition, OR they can just slap a wig on their actor. They usually go with the latter, with... mixed results. Here are the best and worst of flashback wigs.
Maybe "The Day of the Doctor" is an alternate universe Friends, where the Tenth Doctor is Chandler or something, I don't know. But watch this alternate opening credits, see how perfectly it works with the Friends theme song, and tell me there's not something otherworldly going on here. You can't.
Some of the characters we meet in books or TV are folks we can easily imagine hanging out with for an afternoon. But then there are those we're grateful are stuck safely behind the fourth wall. Which fictional characters do you think would make the worst friends?
What if Battlestar Galactica was less about the genocide and more about the wacky roommates aboard the old ship? Imagine the fun, the games, the hook ups! Behold: BSG retooled with the Friends introduction. And it kind of works. Really well, in fact.
It took several decades before the Muppets became the jovial mop-puppet hybrids we know and love today. Before they hung out with Alice Cooper and hosted wrestling competitions, the Muppets lived in a sometimes unsettling world full of hungry dismembered heads, Cookie Monster selling IBM computers, and Kermit…
A new British sitcom has the weirdest storyline ever — and the most intriguing pedigree. Clone is the brainchild of Adam Chase, an executive producer of American sitcom Friends, and he's enlisted Ash Attila, a producer of the British Office, to make it. The show's main character will be a wimpish clone soldier created…