‘Dazed and Confused’ actor Jason London arrested

According to a police report, obtained by TMZ, actor Jason London was arrested late Tuesday around 11:30 PM in Ocean Springs, Mississippi when cops found him behind the wheel of a 2010 Nissan Maxima that was on fire and stuck in a ditch.

Mug shot credit to TMZ

Thats a serious incident. Fire? jeez.

Cops say London’s passenger was standing near the car — which had sustained heavy damage on the passenger side — and London claimed someone had sideswiped them and run them off the road.

Cops say he smelled like liquor and couldn’t keep his balance or speak right.

Cops investigated the scene and believe he swerved off the road, mowed down a sign, got back on the road, and then hit a concrete object before driving into a ditch.

London played who played football star Randall “Pink” Floyd in the 1993 film “Dazed and Confused” and has been living a rather troubled life since.

In 2013 he was arrested for punching a bouncer at a club.  After police put him in the car he allegedly uttered a homophobic slur to the cops and said, “I’m rich and I’m a motherf–king famous actor! F–king look me up, bitch.”

According to the police report, London then leaned to the left and defecated in his pants. He then said, “I told you I’m happy as s–t.”

Hope he finds some peace.


Celebs send love to Norm MacDonald

We all know we lost comedian Norm MacDonald yesterday, but it’s nice to read what people who knew him had to say to send off an old friend.

Celebrities and tv shows alike gave their thanks for his life.  Even Jeopardy reached out to thank him for the great job he did impersonating Jeopardy contestants on SNL.

No one enjoyed @nbcsnl’s Celebrity Jeopardy! more than Alex Trebek.

Everyone at Jeopardy! mourns the passing of Norm Macdonald, whose characters and humor always made us smile! Our hearts go out to his friends and family.

— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) September 14, 2021

My dear friend Norm MacDonald passed after a brave 10 year battle. He was one of our most precious gems. An honest and courageous comedy genius. I love him.

— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) September 14, 2021

Every one of us loved Norm. Some of the hardest laughs of my life with this man. Most fearless funny original guy we knew. An incredible dad. A great friend. A legend. Love u pal.

— Adam Sandler (@AdamSandler) September 14, 2021

Today is a sad day. All of us here at SNL mourn the loss of Norm Macdonald, one of the most impactful comedic voices of his or any other generation.

— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) September 14, 2021

One of the easiest things I’ve ever done was hire my bud #NormMacdonald to write the Roseanne show in 1992. Harder was letting him out of his contract in 1993 so he could take his dream job on SNL.Norm was fearless in comedy & life & his unique voice is missed by all of us today

— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) September 14, 2021

In every important way, in the world of stand-up, Norm was the best. An opinion shared by me and all peers. Always up to something, never certain, until his matter-of-fact delivery leveled you.

— David Letterman (@Letterman) September 14, 2021

I am absolutely devastated about Norm Macdonald. Norm had the most unique comedic voice I have ever encountered and he was so relentlessly and uncompromisingly funny. I will never laugh that hard again. I’m so sad for all of us today.

— Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) September 14, 2021

Norm was in a comedy genre of his own. No one like him on this planet. Please do yourself a favor and watch his stuff. He was one of a kind of all time

— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) September 14, 2021

RIP my dazzling friend. God damn you were so funny. There was no one funnier than Norm, hardest I ever laughed was with him. I will miss you & your friendship #FuckCancer

— Darrell Hammond (@DarrellCHammond) September 14, 2021

“Norm @normmacdonald was a great talent, and I loved laughing with him on SNL. *Bob Dole* will miss Norm Macdonald.”

— Senator Bob Dole (@SenatorDole) September 14, 2021

Norm, I didn’t just like you.

I loved you.

You didn’t just make me laugh.

You made me cry with laughter.

I’m still crying today.

But when I think of you,

my tears will run down my face with all the memories of all the laughter and all the joys that you brought to all of us.


— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) September 14, 2021

Such sad news. Condolences to his family. So funny for so many years.

— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) September 14, 2021

Such sad news. Condolences to his family. So funny for so many years.

— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) September 14, 2021

We loved Norm MacDonald. One of a kind.

— Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo) September 14, 2021

NOOOOO GODDAMIT. Oh my God what is even happening.

Good bye, Norm. You were never not 100% hilarious.

— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) September 14, 2021

No one could make you break like Norm Macdonald. Hilarious and unique. Fuck cancer.

— Jon Stewart (@jonstewart) September 14, 2021

To so many people in comedy, me included, there was nobody funnier than Norm MacDonald. You always hoped he would hang around after the work was done, just so you could hear his stories and get a laugh. So hilarious and so generous with his personality. I’m gonna miss him.

— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) September 14, 2021

One of the hardest times I’ve ever laughed was during the Bob Saget Roast as @normmacdonald ate it on purpose, gleefully digging in on a bit that the live audience wasn’t buying. Meanwhile, the other comics and myself were in tears and in awe of one of the funniest humans ever.

— Brian Posehn (@thebrianposehn) September 14, 2021


Caitlyn Jenner Earns 1% of Votes in Cali Recall

Caitlyn Jenner had thrown her hat in the ring to be Governor of California, representing the Republican Party.  Those dreams were dashed today. Dashed hard.

In the recall election that ended Tuesday, Jenner received approximately 55,000 votes (or 1.1 percent) out of the 68 percent of ballots reported so far.

The Democratic incumbent, Gov. Gavin Newsom, however, got about 5.8 million votes to keep him in his job and was declared the winner soon after the polls closed. “Tonight I’m humble, grateful,” he said.

After the results were in, Jenner told reporters Newsom’s win was a “shame”: “I can’t believe that this many people actually voted to keep him in office.”

The GOP front-runner, conservative radio host and media personality Larry Elder, led among all of Newsom’s opponents with at least 2.3 million votes.


Reba McIntyre rescued from second story window

SHE’S OK! Lets start there. I am a HUGE Reba fan.  TV and Music.  So I was alarmed to hear she had to be rescued out a second story window.

Reba and an associate, Coby Scherrill, were touring the house for an “upcoming project” when the stairs to the second floor collapsed.  Leaving the stranded on the second floor.

“Oh it was pretty scary, I was worried about who was downstairs and how bad it was,” Scherrill said.

“We were just touring the building and the stairwell was weak it seemed weak but we did not realize how weak it was until several people had gone down it and then we heard the crash and saw the stairs fall,” Scherrill says.

An onlooker shot video and these are a few stills from it.


Norm MacDonald Dead at 61!

Norm MacDonald, SNL Anchorman, actor, writer and amazing comedian is dead at the age of 61.

According to his team, Macdonald passed away Tuesday after a multi-year, private battle with cancer that he kept hidden from the public, fighting the disease behind the scenes for nine years.

His longtime producing partner, Lori Jo Hoekstra, says … “He was most proud of his comedy. He never wanted the diagnosis to affect the way the audience or any of his loved ones saw him. Norm was a pure comic. He once wrote that ‘a joke should catch someone by surprise, it should never pander.’ He certainly never pandered. Norm will be missed terribly.”

Norm was famously fired from SNL for making jokes about OJ Simpson being a murderer, despite being told not to by NBC executive and longtime Simpson friend Don Ohlmeyer.



Batmans nemesis Penguin getting HBO Max show?

DC Comics “The Batman” isn’t even set to release till 2022, but there may already be a spin off in the works.

“The Batman” stars Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and the bizarrely cast Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot, better known as Penguin in the DC universe.

Now Variety is reporting Colin was approached to play the character for HBO’s streamer service, Max.

The Batman director Matt Reeves and producer Dylan Clark will executive produce. If it happens. Which it may not. But there are talks.

The show would center on Penguin, of course, and map his rise to the top of Gothams crime world.

The Batman is still set to open in March 2022 with Robert Pattinson playing the Caped Crusader, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, and Paul Dano as the Riddler.


Britney Spears already getting Prenup drafted

This weekend Britney Spears said YES! to boyfriend Sam Asghari and the two rang in their engagement on instagram like all good couples.  But Britney has some paper work to do before anyone is letting her hit the aisle.

Britney is estimated to be worth about $60 million with royalties coming in all the time.  As well, there’s no saying she wont hit the stage again, now that she’s free to make that decision on her own.

All this has her team rushing to get a prenup in place.

According to TMZ, a “source” close to her says that a prenup is already in the works.  Sam joked HE was the one who wanted a prenup, to protect his jeep and his shoes, but the reality is … a prenup is not only in the cards — it’s necessary.

I’m still so happy for her.