Shit My Dad Says News

Shit_My_Dad_Says news RSS feedSubscribe to Shit My Dad Says RSS news feed!

Too Real?: 'The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' React To Tragedy

9/6/2011 12:00pm EDT
the armstrongs
When watching guilty-pleasure reality shows, like one of Bravo’s many installments of The Real Housewives, one expects to find the relatable truth in the mundane and wildly absurd—a housewife attempting to gracefully mount a camel “Sex And The City 2” style in designer duds; a deliciously inappropriate cat-fight at a charity event; wives eagerly trying to steal the spotlight from another. Such “reality” is coveted and probably even manufactured by producers and stars, who understand that drama and hilarity equals airtime and fame.

No one could anticipate the tragedy that rocked the Bravo...

Who Aced The 2010-11 TV Season? (Hint: It's Not NBC)

6/4/2011 3:30pm EDT
The Voice
The 2010-2011 TV season is officially over. The ratings are in. If there is one surprise, it’s that last year’s top five shows were all up in viewers this year. With hefty viewer erosion in recent years, that’s nothing short of a miracle.

Most other veteran shows, however, saw a drop-off in viewers. There are some exceptions, however, such as ‘Modern Family,’ which saw very healthy ratings in its second year, particularly in the 18-49 demo.

The stats didn’t change much from last year. CBS won the season in total viewers with 11.6 million. It’s the eighth time in nine years the netwo...

Exclusive: Camille Grammer to Guest-Star on $#*! My Dad Says

2/4/2011 9:03am EST
Camille Grammer | Photo Credits: Chris Weeks/WireImage
Camille Grammer will guest-star on the season finale of CBS' $#*! My Dad Says, portraying a version of herself, has learned exclusively.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star will play...

Read More >

Other Links From

FrasierKelsey GrammerNicole SullivanWill Sasso$#*! My Dad SaysReal Housewives of Beverly HillsCamille Grammer

Tila Tequila Lands A Legitimate Acting Job

1/26/2011 4:00pm EST
Tila Tequila
Tila Tequila (shown above in front of her blue Laborghini) is making a guest appearance on the CBS show "$#*! My Dad Says." The 29-year-old reality star will play Ting Ting, the wife of a wealthy man.

The episode, titled "Ed Goes To Court," will air on Thursday.

Tila gained fame via MySpace and her MTV series "A Shot At Love." She was also engaged to Johnson & Johnson heiress Casey Johnson, who died of natural causes at age 30.

Despite recent gossip, Tila is not dating rocker Dave Navarro, according to her rep.

Click for more great Tila Tequila pictures:

2011 People's Choice Awards Winners!

1/6/2011 8:17am EST
The stars of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" were the big winners at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart missed out on early honors as Johnny Depp won the Favorite Movie Actor a year after he was awarded the first Favorite Movie Actor of the Decade Award at the 2010 event.

Pattinson and Stewart also missed out on the Favorite Movie Star Under 25 Award - to Zac Efron.

But then the movie vampires took over, winning four big awards, including the night's Favorite Movie honor and Favorite Movie Actress (Stewart).

Eminem also claime...

The Best And Worst Of TV 2010

12/22/2010 12:00pm EST
Modern Family
The TV year was filled with ups and downs. Dramas contributed to what some call another “golden age of television.” Some comedies were excellent, while others were repellent. But there are a few sure things: the sitcom is on the upswing, reality is (probably) on the decline, and Conan O’Brien is really, really rich.

The Top 10, in descending order:

10. ‘Project Runway’ – This season sparked emotional highs thanks to Mondo, whose talent and grace (not to mention his poignant HIV background) propelled the show to new heights. But we were also witness to Gretchen, Poison Ivy and Michael ...

Fall TV: What's Surviving, What's Thriving, And What's Dying

11/11/2010 10:25am EST
Mike & Molly
We've reached a breaking point in the Fall TV season: almost everything that's still around will likely survive the season (key word: almost). It's becoming clearer which new shows are hits (hint: not many), and there are already several casualties. Let's run down the list.

The already renewed

CBS has picked up all five of their new shows: 'Hawaii Five-O,' 'Mike & Molly,' '@#$% My Dad Says,' 'Blue Bloods' and 'The Defenders.' Each show has performed admirably, but none can be called a runaway hit. CBS, though, has the least holes in its schedule and can be proud that viewership is up ...

CBS Fall 2010 Line-Up: What And When To Watch

9/23/2010 11:00am EDT
Presenting Starpulse's quick-and-dirty guide to this fall's new CBS programming.

First, the new:

Mike & Molly, Mon. Sept. 20, 9:30/8:30 CST -- America's obesity epidemic has left a lot us a bit fluffier, and "Mike & Molly" might be CBS's attempt to deliver a show we can relate to. Unfortunately, that seems to be the extent of the humor -- being fluffy. The main characters, played by Billy Gardell ("Yes, Dear") and Melissa McCarthy ("Gilmore Girls"), meet at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting, fall for each other, and deal with the modern-day problems overweight couples face. Time will tel...

When Does Your Favorite TV Show Return?

8/21/2010 11:05am EDT
shit my dad says
There are a lot of TV shows returning and premering in the fall. Start making room on your DVR now because there are many can't-miss series on the boob tube.

I spent hours last weekend clearing out tons of space on my DVR. I know it can be a chore, but it's so refreshing afterwards! (Did that sound like a body wash commercial to anyone else?)

Check out the list for your favorite shows, mark your calendars and get ready for a long winter with some great TV.

Shows marked with an asterisk (*) are new and all times are ET/PT.

Tuesday, Sept. 7
Sons of Anarchy (FX), 10 p.m.

Wednesday, Sep...

William Shatner Upset Over Sitcom Title Controversy

8/10/2010 8:28am EDT
William Shatner
William Shatner is frustrated by the furor surrounding the risque title of his new sitcom $#*! My Dad Says, because he's always used the expletive around his kids.

Members of the Parents Television Council (PTC) have urged more than 340 companies to boycott the show by refusing to advertise during its broadcast, arguing that the title is indecent.

However the Star Trek legend, who plays the cantankerous father of the title, can't understand the fuss over bad language and admits he frequently uses the curse word.

He tells the Associated Press, "Do you know what I wish? I wish they woul...

New William Shatner Show Under Fire From Parents Group

8/3/2010 10:40pm EDT
William Shatner
William Shatner's new show, "$#*! My Dad Says," has come under fire from the leaders of a parenting group in America, who are urging advertisers to pull their support of the series.

Officials at the Parents Television Council are angry about the CBS show's name and are attempting to boycott the upcoming program by contacting 300 advertisers in a bid to dissuade them from promoting during ad breaks.

PTC president Tim Winter tells The Hollywood Reporter, "The Second Edition of the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary contains full entries for 171,476 words in current use; yet CBS decided to ...

William Shatner 'Stunned & Excited' With Live Audience And Technology While Taping ' $#*! My Dad Says'

7/29/2010 12:30pm EDT
Shit my Dad says
William Shatner stars in the first show ever spun off from a Twitter feed. $#*! My Dad Says (called Shit My Dad Says), is based on Justin Halpern’s posts about his father’s witticisms. Shatner plays the Dad in the new sitcom. This is beyond Star Trek. The crew of the Enterprise wouldn’t even believe how far technology and entertainment have come.

“I started in live television,” Shatner said. “I was there when the cameras were as big as this table had internal fans that were whirring because of the heat of the tubes and had to come as close as this for a close up. Now we’re talking about g...