The stars of The Good Wife gathered in LA last night at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre for a Q & A session put together by the Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences. Julianna Margulies joined her fellow small screen actors Archie Panjabi and Matt Czuchry for the event, after the trio was together Sunday to support their show at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Julianna ended up taking home a statue due to her second consecutive win for best actress in a dramatic series, saying in the press room that the back-to-back honors were an embarrassment of riches. Archie was the one with the gold, however, last August when she won a supporting actress nod at the Emmys. Julianna, Archie, and Matt chatted about their series while up on the stage before things took a personal turn. Leading lady Julianna opened up about her three-year marriage to husband Keith Lieberthal and described how they met. She said, "Well, when he came over to me, I said, 'Look, I just think you are so handsome. Are you a model or an actor and are you 12?' . . . I said, 'Are you an actor? Because as much as I love you all, I can't. I'm done.' And he's like, No, I'm a lawyer.' And I'm like, 'What's your name?' 'And he said, 'Keith Lieberthal.' I was like, "'You're JEWISH?!'"
You're supposed to think that the jokes in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell are so shocking, so offensive, that you laugh because you forget being PC for a moment. And if you don't laugh, you're the kind of square that Tucker Max, the lead character, takes aim at.
The real story is that the movie is offensive, but not because it's just so edgy. It's offensively unfunny — that is, the movie's jokes are not so offensive that they're not funny, they're such bombs you're shocked someone got paid for this. To see why I thought this movie was so terrible, just read more