Friday, February 12, 2010
As part of my Valentine's Day Sampler Week, stand-up Aaron Karo (W'01) has some NSFW advice for all those post-coital "lingerers"...
Watch his video above to see what I'm talking about! Funny stuff!
More of my Aaron Karo posts HERE
More Funny Friday posts HERE
Did you see Liz Banks (C'96) last night on the Valentine's Day episode of "30 Rock" where she played a CNBC political correspondent and love interest to Alec Baldwin's character?
She then appeared on Letterman a couple hours later and talked to Dave about "checking her dignity at the door" when she used to audition for commercials in her NY days (see video above). Liz also revealed that she will be on "30 Rock" for "the rest of the season". (As you may recall, Liz was on Letterman last year when she was promoting her films "W" and "Zack and Miri Make a Porno")
Next up for Liz: hosting the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Science and Technical Awards on Feb. 20
Thursday, February 11, 2010
"just saw somebody skiing down locust walk."Hysterical!
After the jump, check out 2 very visually cool time lapsed "snow" videos on Penn's campus!
(photo provided by Jake Werlin (C'12))
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Did you know that this week's star studded Valentine's Day movie was produced was Penn alum Mike Karz (C'89, W'89)? (It doesn't get more appropriate for my Valentine's Day Sampler week!)
Check out a great interview Mike did about the movie after the jump!
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
As part of my Valentine's Day Sampler Week, I have a treat for all of you.
Like I did last year, I've got a special dedication to all of my readers from a bunch of Penn's Glee Club members above (wait until the end of the video)!
Get the Penn Glee Club to serenade someone you know on campus. Learn more after the jump!
For the past 3 years, I have dedicated Valentine's Day week to Penn "love-themed" stories.
And this year is no different!
Check back this week for our Valentine's Day Sampler pack filled with some tasty, chewy-centered love-themed stories about our talented alumni. (plus some fun surprises!)
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Monday, February 8, 2010
At last year's Penn in Pictures event, Zach Lutsky (C'97, AEPi) talked about his experiences working as a medical consultant on the hit show "ER".
Now Zach tells me about "Miami Medical", the new Jerry Bruckheimer CBS drama he's been working on that debuts on April 2. And if you saw the Superbowl yesterday, you would have seen the trailer for this new show during the 3rd quarter. Otherwise, check it out above!
"I was intimately involved with the writing and choreographing of ALL of the medical scenes in each of the first 13 episodes. I still work as an attending emergency physician at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center."Miami Medical" is Jerry Bruckheimer's first medical drama about a "trauma-only" hospital in Florida. It is based on a real "trauma-only" hospital in Miami that is one of three such hospitals in the United States. It tells the story of a team of trauma surgeons handling the sickest and most severely injured trauma patients from accidents in and around Miami.
More Penn Doctors on TV HERE