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'The Shrink Next Door' with Will Ferrell & Paul Rudd Official Trailer

"He just has no boundaries and I don't trust him." "Cut her out of your life." Apple TV+ has revealed a full official trailer for a series titled The Shrink Next Door, streaming this November (watch the first teaser). Inspired by the true story of Marty and the therapist who turned his life around… then took it over. When he first meets Dr. Ike, Marty just wants to get better at boundaries. Over 30 years, he'll learn all about them—and what happens when they get crossed. The series, directed...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Apple TV, Bob, Will Ferrell, Casey Wilson, Marty, Bonnie, Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd, Michael Showalter, To Watch, Jesse Peretz, Herschkopf, Ike Marty, Ike Herschkopf


The Shrink Next Door Trailer: Paul Rudd Takes Over Will Ferrell’s Life in Comedy Series

Apple TV+ has dropped the full trailer for the upcoming miniseries, The Shrink Next Door. The dark comedy stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and Kathryn Hahn. The series is scheduled to make its debut on Friday, November 12, with the first three episodes releasing. New episodes will premiere weekly every Friday after the initial batch. The Shrink Next Door trailer features Rudd as a psychiatrist, who tries to help Ferrell’s Marty in overcoming his anxiety and fears through unconventional methods. Th...
Tags: Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Apple TV, TV News, Streaming, Will Ferrell, Rudd, Casey Wilson, Ike, Ferrell, Marty, Bonnie, Phyllis, Kathryn Hahn


How God Turned My Story of Loneliness into Something Beautiful

I never felt truly beautiful or beloved. I thought it was something only people with perfect families in nice-looking houses got to experience. So I grew up wanting to leave behind everything that made me feel flawed and broken, and I did all the things I was supposed to do to build a life that looked like everyone else’s. I did this for a chance to be what I thought was “normal” — so I could belong, so I could be loved. But something unexpected happened: As I tried to build the life I thought I...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Inspiration, San Francisco, Chinatown, Josh, Ma, Bonnie, Encouragement, Recommended Reads, Bonnie Gray, Becky Keife, Ah Ma, Sweet Like Jasmine, Bah Ba


That '70s Show Is Getting A Netflix Sequel Series Called That '90s Show

Groovy! Millennial multi-cam comedy series "That '70s Show" is getting its own spinoff, with the original series creators, Bonnie and Terry Turner, running the new project. Netflix has ordered a ten-episode series of "That '90s Show," a sitcom similar to its "Me" Decade predecessor. In front of the camera, Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp are attached to return to their roles as stern blue-collar dad Red Forman and bubbly TV mom Kitty Forman, but The Hollywood Reporter announces that "producers ...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, News, Los Angeles, Fox, Netflix, Wisconsin, Darren Aronofsky, Mila Kunis, Luton, Danny Masterson, Eric, Donna, Bonnie, Kitty


That ’90s Show: That ’70s Show Spin-Off Ordered at Netflix

Netflix has ordered a spin-off from the hit FOX sitcom That ’70s Show, titled That ’90s Show, with Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, who play Red and Kitty Forman, signed on to reprise their roles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2 Opening Minutes Debuts Ahead of Monday Premiere “Hello, Wisconsin! It’s 1995 and Leia Forman, daughter of Eric and Donna, is visiting her grandparents for the summer where she bonds with a new generation of Point Place kids u...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Fox, Netflix, TV News, Wisconsin, Streaming, Smith, Danny Masterson, Eric, Donna, Bonnie, Kitty, Rupp


Adventure Beast: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Netflix continues to invest in animation in a significant way, and the new series "Adventure Beast" joins shows like "Big Mouth," "F is for Family," and "Love, Death & Robots" as part of the streamer's roster of animated projects that are aimed squarely at adult audiences. Here's what we know about the show so far. Adventure Beas...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Santa Claus, Mariah Carey, BTG, Paramount, Bonnie, Dietrich, Bradley Trevor Greive, Greive, Dietrich Jungles, Mark Gravas, Casper s Scare School, Jason Fernandez Castle, Scott Henry Beat Bugs Alien TV


20 scary, sweet and funny Halloween costume ideas for couples

If you and your sweetie are heading to a party this year and you need some Halloween-look inspiration, we've rounded up the best couples costumes — from some old favorites like Bonnie and Clyde, to some more unusual choices.
Tags: Cnn, Clyde, Bonnie


Bonnie And Clyde Weren't Really A Duo For The Ages

By Ryan Menezes Published: September 24th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Bonnie, Ryan Menezes


Pixar Supporting Characters Who Deserve Their Own Movie

In the house of Pixar, character is key. For over 25 years, the most reliable studio in animation has dazzled and devastated audiences with its profound understanding of character-driven storytelling. No one would care about these talking toys, blue-collar monsters, or middle-aged superheroes if they weren't full of motivation, depth, and thematic growth. We don't love Buzz Lightyear because he looks cool and has a famous catchphrase; we love him because he dwells in existential misery before le...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Earth, Jimi Hendrix, Rex, Volkswagen, Vietnam, Pixar, Jack, Boo, Mcqueen, Joe, Lucius, Mike, Ramsey


‘Nuclear Family’ Review: An Indie Director Explodes Public Opinion of Her Family From the Inside-Out

The controversy has blown over by now (or has it?), but back when “Toy Story 4” came out, a certain contingent of the moviegoing public went nuclear when they discovered that Pixar had included a lesbian couple in the background of two scenes. Appearing briefly in Bonnie’s pre-school class, the women had no lines, but […]
Tags: Reviews, Pixar, Bonnie, Nuclear Family, Ry Russo-Young, Documentaries to Watch


Megan Fox & Tyson Ritter to Star in Crime Thriller Pic Johnny And Clyde

According to Deadline, Transformers alum Megan Fox, and singer-actor Tyson Ritter (Preacher) have officially been tapped for two of the leading roles in the upcoming thriller film titled Johnny And Clyde, which is being described as a fresh new take on the infamous Bonnie and Clyde story. However, Fox and Ritter won’t be portraying the titular leads, but will instead play the respective roles of crime boss Alana, and her head of security. “I am very excited to have Megan play the role of Alana,”...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Rhode Island, Bonnie And Clyde, Clyde, Ritter, Megan, Bonnie, Tyson, Alana, Megan Fox, ComingSoon, Movie News, Verdi Productions, Works Ahead of Impeachment, Tyson Ritter


Disney's New Haunted Mansion Movie May Have Found a Star

Michael Myers strikes in another new glimpse from Halloween Kills. The Muppets date their own Haunted Mansion ride. Get a look at what’s coming on Titans, and Riverdale...wait I’m sorry there’s a Queen of Bees now? To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Comics, Science, Entertainment, Disney, Owen Wilson, Disneyland, Maggie, Sam, The Muppets, Barry, Richard Ayoade, Oracle, Mel, Elizabeth Olsen, John Carpenter


Make a DIY Rag Rug Using Fabric Strips

Do you have a stash of fabric scraps from past sewing projects and you are wondering what to do with them? I’ve used scraps from our DIY letter pillow, DIY harvest apron, and our DIY zipper phone purse to make this DIY rag rug. DIY rag rug A rag rug is a perfect way to use fabric scraps. It doesn’t matter how long each piece is, or how many different patterns and colors you use. You don’t even need expert sewing skills. The supplies below are what I used to make a rag rug that is 36 inches wi...
Tags: Crafts, Diy, Slideshow, Diy Projects, Don, Bonnie, Handmade Gift For Mom, Diy Craft, Fabric Scraps, Rag Rug


Comment on baked farro with summer vegetables by Bonnie

Made this. Delicious. Thank you for offering dishes that never steer me wrong!
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Comment on baked farro with summer vegetables by Bonnie

In reply to Andrea. Thank you, Savannah – vegan here and was looking at giving this one a whirl here soon. Appreciate the note about nutritional yeast working well.
Tags: Food, Savannah, Andrea, Bonnie


Man Accused Of Touching Woman On Bus And Forcing Himself On Another Woman In Colfax

COLFAX (CBS13) — Deputies have arrested a man accused of inappropriately touching two women in Colfax last week. The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says the first incident happened a little after 5 p.m. on Aug. 12. Deputies responded to Canyon Way to investigate a report about a man allegedly inappropriately touching a woman on a Greyhound bus. A deputy spotted the suspect walking along the shoulder of Interstate 80, but the suspect managed to dart across the freeway and get away. Later that ...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, California Highway Patrol, Placer County, Bonnie, Colfax, Placer County Sheriff 's Office, Colfax News, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Canyon Way, Fernley Nev, Joseph Bonnie


Comment on mediterranean baked feta with tomatoes by deb

In reply to Bonnie C.. There’s no recipe called Baked Feta with Tomatoes and Olives on SK.
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David Hoon Kim's Playlist for His Novel "Paris Is a Party, Paris Is a Ghost"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and many others. In David Hoon Kim's Paris Is a Party, Paris Is a Ghost beauty and mystery commingle and coalesce into an unforgettable novel. Kelly Link wrote of the book: "The kind of book that holds you in a dr...
Tags: Europe, Music, Japan, London, France, Rome, Bette Davis, David, Paris, Davis, Congo, Tokyo, Denmark, Goldman, Serge Gainsbourg, Arnaud Desplechin


15 of the best hotels in Texas, from old school luxury in San Antonio to Wild West vibes in Fort Worth

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Every room at Rancho Pillow is vibrant, colorful, and wholly unique. Rancho Pillow Texas is a big state with cosmopolitan cities, cowboy culture, and white-sand beaches. Major cities and towns have great hotels, from luxurious splurges to quirky, affordable properties. We compiled the best hotels across Texas in places like Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, and Marfa. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky They...
Tags: Google, Texas, Washington, Trends, Austin, Dubai, Marriott, Dallas, Miami, Tripadvisor, Houston, Gulf of Mexico, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Expedia, Gulf


What Do Hamilton, Hermes, Usher, Celie, Evan, Benny, Haywood, and Bonnie & Clyde Have in Common?

Publishing a new book is like Opening Night, except without watching the show, and without seeing anybody afterward.Last November, I decided it was time to write about some of the amazing musicals of the last decade or so, which I have not yet gotten the privilege of working on. With my past several analysis books, every chapter was about a show I had directed here in St. Louis with New Line Theatre. And I wrote about the shows as we worked on them. Not only was it fun to write about our shows,...
Tags: New York, Musicals, Theatre, America, Live, Missouri, Performing Arts, Broadway, New Line, Theater, Jackson, St Louis, Miranda, Eddie, Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda


Beaded Wrap Bracelets – Online Sources

Hi all, how’s your summer so far? Mine is much better than last year! I’ve been doing a lot of exploring around Northern California and that’s been fun, I’ve enjoyed trips to the beach, the redwood forest, and of course lucky me, the wine country is all around me. I bought a few wrap bracelets early in summer and I’ve been wearing them out. Today it’s a rare fashion post with sources for wrap bracelets to get that casual boho look. Some are leather, others are vegan, but they’re all so pretty. ...
Tags: Amazon, Crafts, Northern California, Bonnie, Victoria Emerson


Connect with less-reached people in the US

USA (MNN) -- About one-third of people on Earth have no or little access to the Good news of Jesus. Read more about the A Third of Us movement here. Many of these people live in the United States. Bonnie with Global Disciples says, “For years, the church has viewed missions as being out there, on the other side of the world. But as we know, the least reached are coming to the United States. And the least reached are really everywhere. We have a great opportunity to get involved and to reach o...
Tags: Usa, US, Earth, United States, Middle East, Bonnie, Jesus Read, Global Disciples


Comment on zucchini butter spaghetti by Bonnie

love!!! We’ve made this as is, we’ve also done it with hearts of palm “noodles” for low carb, and we’ve done it with added sautéed shrimp and crab claw meat. It’s always a hit!!
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Week of June 29 New Releases | 4K, Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s week of June 29 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Here Are the Young Men Based on the acclaimed novel by Rob Doyle, the film catalogs the last hurrah of three high school graduates intent on celebrating their newfound freedom with an epic, debaucherous bender. However, when a horrible accident sends them ...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, France, Berlin, Digital, Bbc, David Bowie, Oscar, Army, TV News, Johnny Flynn, Anime


Choosing to Believe You’re Worthy of Happiness

Would my mother Ah-Ma come to my wedding? I didn’t know. One morning, seventeen years ago, I stepped into my Western bridal gown as American Bonnie for our church wedding ceremony, where my husband and I would exchange our vows. Later that night, I changed into my red Chinese wedding silk dress as Asian Bonnie at our wedding banquet. The traditional silk dress is called cheongsam in the Cantonese dialect spoken in Southern China GuongDong where my parents are from. They escaped to British Hong K...
Tags: Hong Kong, Identity, Happiness, Inspiration, Jesus, Joy, Mao Zedong, Bonnie, Isaiah, Southern China, Savior Jesus, Encouragement, Ah Ma, Asian Bonnie


The Geek in Review Ep. 122 – AALL’s Emily Florio and Diane Rodriguez on Leading an Association Remotely

Leading a professional association over the past year has been tough. It’s like getting all of the work, and not getting any of the fun experiences of traveling to meet people around the world. For the American Association of Law Libraries’ President Emily Florio and President-Elect Diane Rodriguez , they’ve made the most of the situation they found themselves in. (Hat tip to the past-President Michelle Cosby, too!) As Florio and Rodriguez prepare for AALL’s second remote annual conferenc...
Tags: Podcast, Law, Obama, Uncategorized, Chicago, Canada, New York Times, William, Cleveland, Denver, Professional Associations, Reuters, Mary, Andrew, Greg, Cal Newport


Eastward, Ho! Day 17: The Gangster Museum and The Hot Springs National Park

 We toured two tourist sites today as the title states.  Both are located close to each other in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas.  Convenient.First up was the Gangster Museum of America.  Not a lot of gangster paraphernalia per se, but lots of photos and information given out by the guy leading the tours.  Still, worth taking the tour and its not too expensive.  It gives you a background of Hot Springs and its relation to all the gangsters that regarded it as "Neutral Ground" and would vacation t...
Tags: Arkansas, Motorcycles, Qi, Clyde, Martha, Bonnie, Hot Springs, Sammy, Babe Ruth, Mueller, Central Avenue, Hot Springs National Park, Yagi, Arlington Hotel, RV Trips, Yagi Rides


Eastward, Ho! Day 18: The Gangster Museum and The Hot Springs National Park

 We toured two tourist sites today as the title states.  Both are located close to each other in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas.  Convenient.But first, a picture of our campsite, #34: First up was the Gangster Museum of America.  Not a lot of gangster paraphernalia per se, but lots of photos and information given out by the guy leading the tours.  Still, worth taking the tour and its not too expensive.  It gives you a background of Hot Springs and its relation to all the gangsters that regarded...
Tags: Arkansas, Motorcycles, Qi, Clyde, Martha, Bonnie, Hot Springs, Sammy, Babe Ruth, Mueller, Central Avenue, Hot Springs National Park, Yagi, Arlington Hotel, RV Trips, Yagi Rides


Will Ferrell & Paul Rudd in Teaser for 'The Shrink Next Door' Series

"Therapy works! It's empowering!" Apple TV+ has unveiled the first teaser trailer for a new series debuting later this fall titled The Shrink Next Door, based on a true story. Inspired by the true story of Marty and the therapist who turned his life around… then took it over. When he first meets Dr. Ike, Marty just wants to get better at boundaries. Over 30 years, he'll learn all about them—and what happens when they get crossed. The series, directed by Michael Showalter & Jesse Peretz, star...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Apple TV, Bob, Will Ferrell, Casey Wilson, Marty, Bonnie, Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd, To Watch, Herschkopf, Ike Marty, Michael Showalter Jesse Peretz, Ike Herschkopf, Phyllis Marty


The Shrink Next Door Teaser Starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd

Apple TV+ has finally released the teaser trailer for their upcoming dark comedy limited series titled The Shrink Next Door, starring Anchorman alums Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. The video, which you can check out below, features how a doctor-patient relationship could go beyond a single therapy session as Rudd’s Dr. Ike somehow takes over every aspect of Marty’s life. The series is scheduled to make its debut on Friday, November 12, with the first three episodes. New episodes will premiere week...
Tags: Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Apple TV, TV News, Streaming, Will Ferrell, Rudd, Casey Wilson, Ike, Marty, Bonnie, Phyllis, Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd