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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Return of the Coreys

Posted by on June 21 at 16:47 PM

I’ve been excited all day. First I woke up excited, knowing that tonight is the debut of America’s Got Talent (NBC, 8 pm) — wherein Regis Philbin hosts another American Idol knockoff featuring freaky acts from all over the country and judged by DAVID FREAKING HASSELHOFF! I was like, “YES! There is a GOD!” Then I heard the sad news that super producer Aaron Spelling (90210, Charlie’s Angels) has suffered a stroke, and I was like, “F.U. GOD! There is no YOU!”
BUT THEN! I heard the news that some fucking genius is producing a Curb Your Enthusiasm-style sitcom featuring the classic film duo of Corey Haim and Corey Feldman (License to Drive, Dream a Little Dream) and I literally had a God-inspired orgasm in my pants. From Variety… DIG IT:

“The Coreys” picks up with Feldman living the comfortable suburban life with his wife Suzie and son, until circumstances bring his old pal Haim back into the picture. Episodes would follow Haim — single and the total opposite of Feldman — as he shakes life up for the Feldmans.
RDF USA exec VP of current/development Greg Goldman said because Feldman and Haim have been friends on and off screen for several years, the chemistry between the two ” just pops off the screen.”

God, I shall never doubt you again. Unless you kill Hasselhoff.


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I discovered Dream a Little Dream while in college. That is the most unintentionally entertaining piece of shit on the planet, save for maybe Glitter, and of course Showgirls.

The Coreys working together? It's like that episode of Robot Chicken, except not action figures! Although I still doubt there was any "god" involved in the happenings of this. More likely, Seth Green put in a good word or something.

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