Cougar Town's Busy Philipps dropped by PopSugar Studios recently to chat about the new season of the show, which premieres tonight, and indulge us in a bakeoff. Before she iced us with her icing skills, Busy revealed that Laurie and Jules’s friendship will be put to the test this season, weighed in on her character’s one-of-a-kind wardrobe, and gushed about the comedy’s latest guest star: the one and only Jennifer Aniston.
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Some of Hollywood's leading ladies can be intimidating — even from afar. Others seem like the kind you'd bump into at the local Coffee Bean and make a park date for later that afternoon. Jennifer Garner does preschool pickup most every day in her loose-fitting jeans and trusty old sneakers while Cate Blanchett makes motherhood of three boys look like a walk in the park and a laid-back good time. Other celebmamas that seem down-to-earth are the not-always-made-up Julianne Moore, the feisty Julia Roberts, bookworm Reese Witherspoon, funny Courteney Cox-Arquette, park mom Minnie Driver and beach babe Camila Alves. Which mama do you think seems the most down-to-earth?
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Courteney Cox Arquette has returned to the small screen with her new ABC show, Cougar Town. While the half hour premiere certainly packs a punch with Jules Cobb, a forty-year-old divorcee, getting her groove back with a much younger man — was the episode enough for moms to make it a must see? The real life mother of Coco brings her likability to the table as a realtor trying to enjoy life while raising a teenage son.
But, there were also some uncomfortable moments like when Jules offers her lover a snack of peanut butter crackers (laughable) or when Travis walks in on them (unnecessary). Tell us if you think it should make Lil's list of favorite new mom series or if it caters to a different audience?
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I've been a sucker for Adam Sandler since Saturday Night Live, and even more so after he chatted up his daughters on Letterman, but it was my 4-year-old who practically dragged me to his latest flick, Bedtime Stories, after she saw it rained gumballs in the trailer.
Once we settled into our seats to watch the story of Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler), a hotel handy man who collaboratively tells imaginative tales with his niece and nephew that come true, I was enjoying the movie as much as my daughter. The four bedtime fantasies — Medieval, old West, ancient Greece, and outer space — are brought to life with the cast members playing roles in each tale. The result is a fantastical adventure filled with a mermaid, a red horse, chariot X-games and a booger monster that keeps kids sitting in their seats and adults engaged.
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