"South Park" co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have been getting the same question over and over on the eve of the premiere of the show's 20th season: When are they going to do a Pokemon Go episode?
When they were drafted nearly three decades ago, one was on everybody's baseball radar, the other a blip at best, picked almost as an afterthought in the final round thanks to a recommendation by an important family friend.
In an episode of FX's "Louie," the titular character, played by comedian Louis CK, and his daughter Lilly attend a play set in the 1960s. As the dark drama unfolds, Louie is noticeably emotional during the climactic scene. But as he looks over, he sees his daughter glued to her phone and assumes she is texting.
Walter Plywaski was only a 15-year-old boy in Nazi-occupied Poland when his mother died, taken to a gas chamber in Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Plywaski doesn't have a photo of her, so for the past 70 years all he has had of her was an image in his mind.
There was a time when Zac Efron was only known for his teen-friendly films, smooth dance moves and Bieber-esque hair (before Justin Bieber was actually a thing). But throw a rock these days and it’d be hard to miss an Efron role in the latest bro-comedy.
It was a moment the head of any fashion label hopes for: A presidential candidate's daughter wears the brand's dress as she introduces him to accept the nomination. The speaker was Ivanka Trump, the sleeveless studded sheath came from her own line, and the candidate she spoke about was her father.