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These characters, best exemplified by Manny on "Modern Family" and Brick on "The Middle," are unabashedly offbeat. For the most part, they don't seem to care that their peers and relatives are continually perplexed by their quirks. They just float
Louise bought him after doctors told her she would never be able to have a child of her own. When her partner Brian, 48, proposed Louise started planning her wedding with Bert as the guest of honour. Louise bought Bert through after discovering a
ABC/Ron Batzdorff Follow: Meet Albert Tsai, the pint-size actor helping to prove that ABC's "Trophy Wife" is much better than its title suggests . The California native plays Bert, the 7-year-old adopted son of semi-oblivious hippie mom Jackie (
This Mashable video, made for the show's Little Discoverers website, features Grover learning about buoyancy, surface tension, density, and more with fun science experiments. If you've ever wanted to learn what Bert's favorite non-Newtonian fluid is,
Behnke Photography in Mokena is a family affair. It began with Al and Connie Behnke the parents of Bert Behnke (right) in 1956. Today it includes Bert's wife Cindy (left) and his son Al (rear). Susan DeMar Lafferty~Sun-Times Media Updated: September
Michael K Dear Sean Young, Lovelace' is already out in theaters so please stop trying to prove the part was meant for you. johnny boy Runners-up: After Sesame Street was cancelled, Bert finally got to live the life he always dreamed of.
Much was made in promoting the first episode of new Sky1 sitcom Chickens of the fact that Channel 4 had had first refusal on the series and, well, refused it. C4 must reject tons of comedies, but few of those mark the writing debut of the stars of
We have far more trouble affecting that ineffable thing we call luck. You do not get to choose your parents or where you are born, and no government program can guarantee that you'll benefit from acts of kindness and generosity that you do nothing to
I'm sure these persons who are trying to bring a sexual tone to kids cartoons have Bert and Ernie confused with the boy puppet, Pinocchio...But there is no comparison between that show and Bert and Ernie, which they've made into a cheap publicity.
That's what you do when you have a limited budget and just one bedroom. Janet and Chrissy did the same thing on "Three's Company," but nobody seemed to complain about them...But we're never led to believe it's anything more than platonic...Still,