OK, Tracy Morgan needs to give up stand up before he offends everyone. Seriously. You would think after offending gay people by saying he would stab his own son if he talked in a gay voice, he went after, what he calls, retards. (For the rest of the article, we will call them disabled.)
Over the weekend Morgan did stand up in New York City and went after the physically disabled;
"Don't ever mess with women who have retarded kids." "Them young retarded males is strong. They're strong like chimps."
Wow. Tracy is completely ignorant. He even brought up an ex girlfriend and calling her a cripple because she had a prosthetic arm.
If Tracy was funny, maybe it wouldn't matter. Lisa Lampanelli attacks gays, blacks, and the disabled, but is lauded for it. Point being; Lisa is funny. Tracy, plain and simple, is not. He wasn't funny on Saturday Night Live aside from one skit as "Brian Fellows" and Tracy was funny in the Uptown Comedy Club Troupe and sometimes funny on 30 Rock. Now, one has to question, is he even really acting on that show?
Tracy will catch more heat for this but his apologies will not be accepted as much this time around.
What do you think of Tracy's latest comedy act?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Even Brian Fellows Doesn't Know This Cat
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards took place in Los Angeles last night.
In the TV categories, Mad Men won for best drama series ensemble for the second year in a row.
"Glee" was also recognized, winning best comedy series ensemble. And "30 Rock" swept the best actor in a comedy series category with both Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey winning awards. "SAG is the heaviest of any award," Fey said. "It weighs 100 pounds!" Fey went on to confess "I really, really expected to lose."
In the TV drama category, the SAGs echoed the winners from the Golden Globes last week: Julianna Margulies for best actress award for her role in "The Good Wife" and Michael C. Hall won for his leading role in "Dexter".
On the film side of the fence, Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds) took the first statue for best supporting actor...
Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey of NBC's "30 Rock" won for best acting in a comedy series, while the award for best actress in a drama went to Julianna Margulies of CBS' "The Good Wife." Gloden Globe winner Michael C. Hall of Showtime's "Dexter" won best actor in a drama series.
The evening's first film acting trophy, for best supporting actor, went to Christoph Waltz for "Inglourious Basterds."
For a full list of winners see me after the jump..>>>>>
Salma Hayek and daughter Valentina returned to Los Angeles Monday after some promotion on David Letterman and other things on the east coast.
Salma is currently starring on 30 Rock Thursday nights on NBC. Valentina is currently starring as one of the the world's cutest babies.
Is it any wonder Prince wrote a song about her entitled "Hey, Valentina"? After seeing this pic, you really shouldn't have to wonder anymore.-Dr.FB
Ok, so we were wrong about that Megan what's her name being the hottest of the hot at the Golden Globes.
Salma Hayek was one of many of the best dressed at the Golden Globes and in fact, may be the best. She is one of the only ones when I look down at her, I actually look up. From a new guest spot on 30 Rock to brilliance playing Frida Khalo. Que Rico!-Dr.FB
We all know 30 Rock is funny and we all know it struggles in the ratings. It hs great guest star appearances and none better is coming then the addition of Salma Hayek!
Alec Baldwin was excited working with Salma Hayek. He had this to tell People.com:
“She was literally the most fabulous woman that I’ve ever worked with."
Upon hearing Alec's blushworthy comments, Salma replied:
“We had such a great time! I love Alec to death. He energizes me ... because he’s so talented. He really, truly inspires me.”
Salma Hayek joining the cast of one of my favorite shows is inspiring me.....to set my dvr when those episodes air.-Dr.FB