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Entertainment Weekly

February 15, 2019

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soundbites

“The new Yeezys drop tomorrow.”—Alex (Marcel Ruiz), preparing for the release of Kanye West’s line of shoes, on One Day at a Time“Jesus is coming back tomorrow? I just spoke to him—he didn’t tell me anything.”—Lydia (Rita Moreno)“I haven’t met a more perfect couple since I set up Drake with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.”—Tahani (Jameela Jamil), revealing a surprising relationship, on The Good Place“Do you have any idea what I can do to you…on Yelp?”—Cold-blooded killer Thorpe (Raul Trujillo), leveling an extreme threat at a hotel employee, in Cold Pursuit“It’s a piece of paper. It doesn’t mean anything—it’s like a restraining order or the Constitution.”—Karen (Megan Mullally), commenting on her divorce papers, on Will & Grace“Sounds a lot like the plot of Bad Boys II. I’m in.”—Reggie (Charles Melton), agreeing to…

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rom-compilation

WHENEVER SOMEONE ASKS ME TO NAME MY FAVORITE movie, I become super queasy. I know I’m supposed to respond, “Citizen Kane,” or “Godfather II,” but the truth of the matter is that it’s When Harry Met Sally…—a film that brings me endless bliss.I have the same physiological response to the question “What’s your favorite movie ending?” “Casablanca,” I’ll say with all the enthusiasm of someone ordering a fruit plate for dessert. But actually, it’s My Best Friend’s Wedding. When George (Rupert Everett) reassures Jules (Julia Roberts), “Maybe there won’t be marriage. Maybe there won’t be sex. But by God, there’ll be dancing,” I melt. It’s a resolution that’s unexpected, yet reassuring and heartwarming. Moreover, the idea that people could find happiness with platonic love was a novel one in 1997. (Remember,…

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seeing stars

BEFORE THEY WENT ON TO WIN SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS THE FOLLOWING EVENING, Angela Bassett, Sterling K. Brown, Darren Criss, and Danai Gurira partied at Entertainment Weekly’s pre–SAG Awards event at L.A.’s historic Chateau Marmont. Guests danced to tunes spun by DJ Michelle Pesce (the Marie Kondo of DJs—she only plays songs that spark joy), munched on some glorious grilled cheese bites, and sipped Casamigos-themed cocktails. A special thanks to our presenting sponsors for their generous support: L’Oréal Paris, PopSockets, and Cadillac.D’Arcy CardenKeegan-Michael Key and Henry GoldblattENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY’S PRE–SAG AWARDS GALA LOS ANGELESPatricia ClarksonDanai Gurira and Angela BassettRyan Michelle Bathe, Sterling K. Brown, and Laverne CoxSarah Paulson and Julia GarnerJason GeorgeGOLDING AND CRISS, CLARKSON, PAULSON AND GARNER: ANDREW TOTH/GETTY IMAGES FOR ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY (3); GURIRA AND BASSETT, KEY AND GOLDBLATT:…

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the must list

TV1 MIRACLE WORKERSThe afterlife comedy genre welcomes through its pearly gates a quirky new series about low-level angels tasked with answering prayers to save Earth from annihilation by God…as played by Steve Buscemi. (TBS, Feb. 12, 10:30 p.m.)Q+ADANIEL RADCLIFFEThe genre-hopping actor (and former Harry Potter), 29, chats with EW’s Dan Snierson about his heaven-sent roleYou’re deciding whether to take this role. What are the angel and devil on each shoulder saying?The angel is saying, “Do it! Do it! You’d be crazy if you didn’t do it!” When I got the chance to meet Simon Rich, our show creator, I said, “If you ever do anything with that book [What in God’s Name, on which Miracle Workers is based], I would be involved in any capacity.” I’ve been a fan of…

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spoofing sondheim

John Mulaney…Broadway composer? The comedian co-wrote and stars in Documentary Now!’s fourth episode, “Original Cast Album: Co-Op,” a send-up of D.A. Pennebaker’s 1970 doc about Stephen Sondheim’s Company. Mulaney—a longtime Sondheim stan who made his own Broadway debut in 2016 with Oh, Hello—plays composer Simon Sawyer in the episode chronicling a demanding, all-night recording session for Sawyer’s latest musical Co-Op. (“I’d imagine some people not familiar with New York apartment buildings could call it Coop, and that’s why the hyphen is such a big deal to us,” Mulaney explains.)The comic co-wrote Co-Op’s songs alongside Seth Meyers by selecting actual Sondheim tracks, writing new lyrics, and then sending drafts off to composer Eli Bolin and orchestrator Mike Pettry, who set them to new music. “Those original demos also contain my dog…

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entertaining weekly

THE FOODA-LIST APPETIZERSThese Kramer vs. Kramer-inspired French toast sticks from YouTube’s Andrew Rea will win you a Best Food Mixing trophyINGREDIENTS6 slices brioche, challah, or white bread (about 63/4 oz.)1 cup whole milk½ cup heavy cream1/4 cup granulated sugar4 large eggs1 tsp. ground cinnamon1 tsp. pure vanilla extract½ tsp. freshly grated nutmeg1/4 cup bourbon3 tbsp. unsalted butter1/4 cup confectioners’ sugarMaple syrup, for serving1 Preheat the oven to its lowest setting, and cut the bread slices (trim off the crusts to get a better brown on all 4 sides) into 1-inch sticks (4 sticks per slice). Arrange the bread sticks on a wire rack over a baking sheet, and bake until mostly dried, about 20 minutes. (Alternatively, leave the bread out overnight so it becomes stale.) Remove from oven, and let…

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