Lord, Omar’s Comin’

Michael K. Williams, an actor who appeared in such programs as Boardwalk Empire and The Wire, has passed away of an alleged drug overdose. Williams was only 54 years old.

Michael K. Williams, the award-winning actor perhaps best known for his iconic role as Omar, a gay, shotgun-toting vigilante in the HBO hit drama series The Wire, was found dead in his apartment in Brooklyn on Monday. Police said the actor was found by a family member.

The New York Post reported: Drug paraphernalia was found in the five-time Emmy nominee’s apartment, suggesting the acclaimed 54-year-old actor may have fatally OD’d, possibly from heroin or fentanyl, sources said.

Terrible. Williams was an amazing character, and his greatest role was “Omar Little,” an enforcer and robber of drug dealers from the HBO series “The Wire.”

Little, a “stick-up boy” based on real figures from Baltimore, was probably the most beloved character among the devoted fans of “The Wire,” the HBO show that ran from 2002 to 2008 and is re-watched constantly in streaming.

The Brooklyn-born Williams was also a ubiquitous character actor in other shows and films for more than two decades, including roles on the HBO series “Boardwalk Empire” and “Lovecraft Country,” and in the films “12 Years a Slave” and “Assassin’s Creed.”

After a rough go with narcotics, Williams turned to God, and was a frequent attendee at Christian Love Baptist Church in Irvington, New Jersey. His loss, to me and all his fans, is devastating. If you haven’t seen “The Wire,” I would highly recommend it. It is arguably the best (and most accurate) police series ever made.

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Hasta La Vista, Arnold

Washed-up Hollywood actor and leftist stooge Arnold Schwarzenegger has lost sponsorship for his bodybuilding competition after he said “screw your freedom” while on a CNN interview.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has lost a corporate sponsor for his annual bodybuilding competition known as the Arnold Classic over comments the Hollywood star made attacking people who choose not to wear masks.

The founder of supplement maker Redcon1 has announced the company will no longer serve as a sponsor for any Schwarzenegger-affiliated events.

Get work, go broke.

“It’s with a heavy heart and some genuine sadness, that REDCON1 has decided to discontinue any and all support for the Arnold Classic and the other Arnold related events around the world,” founder Aaron Singerman wrote on Instagram.

He cited Schwarzenegger’s recent comments made during a CNN interview in which the Terminator star called people who don’t wear masks “schmucks.” Schwarzenegger also said “screw your freedom,” arguing that mask mandates are like traffic laws.

“Screw your freedom” sounds like something Schwarzenegger’s Nazi father would say. I guess the strudel doesn’t fall far from the tree.

On A Winger And A Prayer

So this is really a nothing post, but I decided to put it in the rotation because of the hoor involved. Apparently, Debra Winger was cast in “A League of their Own” as the main character, which eventually went to Geena Davis.

Why did Davis get the role? Well, because Winger quit when she heard Madonna was cast as a player.

Oscar-nominated actress Debra Winger quit the 1992 movie “A League of Their Own” because Madonna was cast in the women’s baseball dramedy.

According to the Telegraph, Winger was starring in the role of Dottie, which was eventually taken over by Geena Davis.

Serious actress Winger even trained with the Chicago Cubs for three months, but when director Penny Marshall cast Madonna, Winger felt Marshall was making fluff — “an Elvis film.”

I can’t say I blame Winger. There are a few really talented actresses in the film, and Madonna is not one of them. Also, for the record, I have seen the film, and I thought it was awful. Tom Hanks had a few good lines, but my god, it is just an unbearable film, in my opinion.

Okay, I Laughed Out Loud

Remember a year ago, when a gaggle of Hollywood frauds made commercials claiming “We’re all in this together?” Then they went beck to their lavish lifestyles, ran around without masks, and otherwise lived their lives as usual? Well, for those actors still working, life is going to be a bit more cumbersome.

Hollywood studios have received the green light to make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for on-set work thanks to a new agreement with the unions that will potentially force tens of thousands of actors and crew members to get the vaccine if they wish to work in the industry.

Hollywood’s unions — including SAG-AFTRA, the Teamsters, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), and other craft guilds — have reached a tentative agreement with studio representatives on COVID-19 safety guidelines, including a section that allows productions to mandate vaccinations, according to a statement sent to multiple news outlets.

“Producers will have the option to implement mandatory vaccination policies for casts and crew in Zone A on a production-by-production basis,” the statement said.

Look at it this way, Hollywood; now we are really in this together. You clowns will be forced to get the vaccine, and possibly deal with some of the side effects attached to it. I wish you good luck. *Not really.

Weight Is Just A Number

This is kind of a nothing post, and a reason to post a photo of Jessica Simpson, but it’s a lazy Sunday and I have zero ideas today. Apparently, Simpson almost became a recluse after dealing with people who were weight shaming her. Come on by, Jess; I’ll work you through your problems.

Jessica Simpson allegedly dealt with so much body shaming in her career that the negativity nearly forced the singer inside for long stretches.

The actress’ mother, Tina Simpson, 61, appeared on “Today” Wednesday and relayed to the show that the “Dukes of Hazzard” star, 40, “wanted to be a recluse” as a result of the constant criticism Simpson was receiving about her weight.

“I have to be honest – to me the hardest thing with Jessica has been the weight. Because the way people judge her, it’s unbelievable,” Tina said. “Body-shaming is a terrible thing, and no girl should have to go through that — or guy. Period.”

Yeah, there would be no weight shaming from me, and if she would like me to point out her best assists, I am certain I can be of assistance. Day or night.

Die Hollywood, Die

Hank Azaria, the voice of The Simpsons’ Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, claimed during an interview he wanted to apologize to every single Indian for the crime of voicing a cartoon character.

The Simpsons actor Hank Azaria, the white actor who voiced the show’s long-running Indian character, Apu, says that he feels the need “to go to every single Indian person in this country and personally apologize” for his “participation in racism.”

Yet, Azaria had no problem with his “racism” for the previous thirty years. Interesting.

“It’s practically a slur at this point,” Azaria said of the Simpsons character during a recent interview on the Armchair Expert podcast with hosts Dax Shepard and Monica Padman.

The actor added that it “took a while” for him to realize his so-called “participation in racism,” or “a racist practice.”

The good news is The Simpsons haven’t been funny since 1996, and most people wouldn’t know Azaria if they tripped over him. Now maybe it’s just me, but I think if Azaria was truly sorry for his racism, he would distribute his wealth among the Indians he offended.

Jessica Walter, 1941-2021

Jessica Walter, the actress known for her roles in Archer and Arrested Development, has passed away. She was 80 years old.

Jessica Walter, the Emmy-winning actress best known as boozy matriarch Lucille Bluth on “Arrested Development,” died Wednesday. She was 80. No cause of death was given, but Deadline reported that she died in her sleep.

“It is with a heavy heart that I confirm the passing of my beloved mom Jessica,” Walters’ daughter, Brooke Bowman, told Deadline. “A working actor for over six decades, her greatest pleasure was bringing joy to others through her storytelling both on screen and off. While her legacy will live on through her body of work, she will also be remembered by many for her wit, class and overall joie de vivre.”

Sixty years of work, and she was great in almost everything.

Walter, who won a 1975 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series for the NBC drama “Amy Prentiss,” was nominated for an Emmy for her “Arrested Development” role in 2005, as well as for parts in TV series including “Trapper John, M.D.” and “The Streets of San Francisco.”

Walter, who voiced domineering spy agency head (and difficult mother) Malory Archer in the FXX animated series “Archer,” is also remembered for roles in films including Clint Eastwood’s directorial debut, “Play Misty for Me.” Her first movie part was in the 1964 flick “Lilith,” which also starred Warren Beatty, Gene Hackman and Jean Seberg.

I’ll always remember Jessica as Malory Archer, and while most of that cast was truly hilarious, Malory was far and away the funniest character in the series. Rest in peace, Jessica. Thank you for all the laughs.

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Gina, Warrior Princess

Gina Carano, a former MMA champion, model, actress, and conservative in good standing. Gina is one of the stars of The Mandalorian, a Star Wars spinoff, and she has been hounded by the Woke Twitter Mob for months because she refuses to bow to the left. Disney fired Gina yesterday over a self-prophetic social media post.

The hashtag #FireGinaCarano was trending on Twitter earlier Wednesday and just hours later, Lucasfilm did just that. The studio said late Wednesday that Gina Carano is no longer a part of the cast of the popular Disney Plus-Star Wars series The Mandalorian, after Carano shared a social media post that critics said likened the experience of Jews during the Holocaust to the current U.S. political climate.

“Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and there are no plans for her to be in the future,” a Lucasfilm spokesperson said in a statement. “Nevertheless, her social media posts denigrating people based on their cultural and religious identities are abhorrent and unacceptable.”

Apparently, the top trending hashtag is #CancelDisneyPlus. I sincerely hope every conservative does precisely that.

Carano fell under heavy criticism after she tweeted, then deleted, “Jews were beaten in the streets, not by Nazi soldiers but by their neighbors…. even by children.”

The actor’s post continued: “Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views?”

The irony here is Disney proved Gina’s point yesterday. Eventually, the woke Twitter addicts will come for them as well. F**k Disney, f**k director Jon Favreau, and f**k The Mandalorian.

Tanya Roberts, 1955-2021

Since there’s literally no reason to talk about another likely stolen election, I figured I’d post something more depressing than that shite state of Georgia. Actress, model, and Bond girl Tanya Roberts has passed away. She was 65.

Tanya Roberts died Monday night in Los Angeles, a day after her publicist mistakenly announced her death.

The A View to a Kill, Charlie’s Angels and That 70’s Show actress died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized since Christmas Eve after collapsing in her home, her partner Lance O’Brien told The New York Times and TMZ. She was 65. A cause of death has not been specified.

The woman was gorgeous, and was a better than average actress in the right role. A View to a Kill is one example, and her performance on That 70’s Show was usually comedy gold.

Plus, Sheena of the Jungle…

Of course, this story would be less complicated if Tanya’s jackass manager leaked she died when she hadn’t, causing all kinds off confusion from someone who should have said nothing.

Roberts appeared in various TV pilots, series and cult films before going on to star in the fifth season of ABC’s Charlie’s Angels. She joined Cheryl Ladd and Jacyln Smith as Julie Rogers, a character that replaced Shelley Hack’s Tiffany Welles. Roberts then starred in the film The Beastmaster and other projects before landing the role as Bond girl Stacey Sutton in 1985’s A View to a Kill, opposite Roger Moore’s Agent 007.

Rest in Peace, Tanya. You left us far too soon.

Hackers To Leak Celeb Photos

REvil, a group of hackers, has claimed they will leak plastic surgery photos of alleged celebrities like Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace (above) to the public.

Those boob jobs and tummy tucks may not be secret much longer: Hackers are threatening to leak before and after plastic surgery pics from a British hospital chain beloved by celebs, the BBC has reported.

The hacker group known as REvil said they have more than 900 gigabytes of patient photographs — and the “intimate photos of customers” were “not a completely pleasant sight,” the BBC said Friday.

Check out the list of “celebrities.”

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, who competed on Big Brother, had breast enhancement surgery with The Hospital Group in 2009. Other celebs, including Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona, “Shameless” actress Tina Malone and UK reality TV star Joey Essex from “The Only Way is Essex” have been open about getting procedures at the clinic.

Okay, maybe I’m out of touch, but I never heard of any of these “celebrities,” and couldn’t care less about their shows/bands, etc. Come on, New York Post; be better.