The good folks over at Esquire Magazine recently spent some time with our hero, Gary Busey. As you will certainly know by Monday, March 7, 2001, Gary is a contestant on this season's Celebrity Apprentice which premieres on NBC on Sunday, March 6th. After you check out this interview you'll be hard pressed to allow Charlie Sheen to take 100% of the credit for his newly-revealed outlook on life. Here's an excerpt from the pioneer of Hollyweird:
ESQ: What about the biggest challenge of being on the show?
GB: Making sure I wasn't wearing my underwear backwards.
ESQ: You did that?
GB: No. I never do that.
It's been a really busy week for our philosopher-in-residence, Gary Busey. First, NBC starts plastering his beautiful mug all over the airwaves with their promo spots for Celebrity Apprentice, and now we're getting word that The Buse (as we like to call him) has been the subject of a devious set-up involving alleged DUI and the cops! Now, before you go wondering what sort of "wisdom" Gary's offering now, I can assure you this is not some figment of his ostensibly amazing inner thought process, IT'S TRUE!
New Celebrity Apprentice exclusive promo video just released.
Celebrity Apprentice returns to NBC on March 6, 2011 and this season's cast includes the most eccentric man in Hollywood, Gary Busey. Busey among other celebs such as La Toya Jackson and Jose Canseco will take to the screen to entertain us with their business skills and engaging personalities, or lack thereof.
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CBS has ordered a pilot of 'Hawaii Five-0', a popular cop series from the 70’s. The network already airs a number of crime dramas that take place all over the US, none of which are set in Hawaii. Two of their most highly regarded cop shows are 'CSI: Miami' and 'NCIS: Los Angeles.'
Patrick Swayze passed yesterday at the age of 57 after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer.
Swayze, who built his career by staring in now classic movies such as Dirty Dancing, Ghost and Point Break, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer back in March 2008. While fighting the cancer Swayze took on the role of Charles Barker in the TV series, The Beast. This would prove to be Swayze’s final appearance as an actor.
A lot of people don't like Google driving around in their Google cars taking photos with their Google cameras.
It's all done so they can offer 'Google Map Street View', which allows you to look at one of their maps as if you were standing on the actual street. I personally love it and this photo is the reason why. I don't really need to see what a street looks like, as a matter of fact; most streets look the same to me. However, every-now-and-then, Google catches something unexpected.