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Actor Michael McKean struck by car in NYC
by AP Actor Michael McKean, who portrayed the lead singer in the movie This is Spinal Tap was injured when he was struck by a car in New York City. A McKean spokeswoman, Harriet Sternberg, said the actor suffered a broken leg.

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Michael McKean, star of many Christopher Guest comedies like Best in Show and A Mighty Wind, was struck by a car yesterday in Manhattan and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. McKean's condition was upgraded to stable at the hospital, ...

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NEW YORK, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Tonight's 57th Annual Village Voice Obie Awards will be presented by Eric McCormack, Grace Gummer, Hugh Dancy, Jonathan Pryce, Juliet Rylance, Justin Bartha, Leslie Odom Jr., Lily Rabe, Michael McKean, ...

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A reality television producer (Michael McKean) abuses his casting couch on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (9 pm, NBC, r, TV-14). — On back-to-back "NOVA" (WGBH) repeats: "Killer Subs in Pearl Harbor" (9 pm), "Missing in MiG Alley" (10 pm).

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Do you think Penny Marshall had a relationship with Michael McKean (Lenny on Laverne and Shirley)? by cabernet_pinotnoir Q: Theres always been some sexual tension there! I'm obsessed, huh? How about the 18478237489374 posts of the most overrated band in history....the Jonas Brothers...and what about the even more overrated MILEY. Give me a break...

A: Someone is a bit obsessed with Ms. Marshall this evening. Nothing wrong with that! I have it on good authority that she and Mr. McKean frolicked like rabbits in the costume closets for hours on end while the cast was at lunch. Go Lenny!

Have you read any of these books? if so what would you rate those particular books? by Taylor H Q: The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles The Fox in the Attic by Richard Hughes Mrs. Bridge James Salter, by Evan S. Connell One Hour by Lillian Smith The Makioka Sisters by Junichiro Tanizaki Blankets by Craig Thompson O, Juliet by Robin Maxwell My Life in France by Alex Prud'Homme, Julia Child I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith Katherine Philippa Gregory, by Anya Seton Wives and Daughters by Elizabeth Gaskell, edited by Angus Easson The Romantic Movement: Sex, Shopping, and the Novel by Alain De Botton The Lost Diary of Don Juan by Douglas Carlton Abrams The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister The Magicians by Lev Grossman Complaint: From Minor Moans to Principled Protests by Julian Baggini The Adderall Diaries: A Memoir of Moods, Masochism, and Murder by Stephen Elliott Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainabilityby David Owen Stitches: A Memoir by David Small Generosity: An Enhancement by Richard Powers Shelf Discovery: The Teen Classics We Never Stopped Reading by Lizzie Skurnick Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens our Future by Sheril Kirshenbaum, Chris Mooney Bright-sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America by Barbara Ehrenreich A Friend of the Family by Lauren Grodstein The Art of Making Money: The Story of a Master Counterfeiter by Jason Kersten Sag Harbor by Colson Whitehead Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese Love Is a Four-Letter Word: True Stories of Breakups, Bad Relationships, and Broken Hearts Neal Pollack, edited by Michael Taeckens Zeitoun by Dave Eggers The Help by Kathryn Stockett The Peabody Sisters: Three Women Who Ignited American Romanticism by Megan Marshall Gone by Michael Grant Hunger: A Gone Novel by Michael Grant Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days by Jeff Kinney Graceling by Kristin Cashore Fire by Kristin Cashore Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean Little Brother by Cory Doctorow Anathem by Neal Stephenson Saturn's Children by Charles Stross Zoe's Tale by John Scalzi Rhetorics of Fantasy by Farah Mendlesohn What It Is We Do When We Read Science Fiction by Paul Kincaid Hate Mail Will Be Graded by John Scalzi Spectrum 15 edited by Arnie Fenner, Cathy Fenner The Vorkosigan Companion edited by Lillian S. 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A: Read a few on your epic list. I just finished The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins, really good in my opinion and addicting. (9/10) The Kite Runner; a really intense novel but again I'd recommend it (8/10) The Name of the Wind; Reallllly long but if you like fantasy and what not it's pretty good and very funny (7/10) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - heard good things about it and my dad recommended it to me so The Magicians; haven't read it but read a snippet of it somewhere online also sounded pretty good. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - didn't read it myself but a group of my peers did at school and they really enjoyed it Stephen King on Writing - My Writer's Craft teacher (also a published author) used pieces of it during class, it seemed interesting as well. You've got a long list there! but most of the books on the list I've heard good if not great things about! Hope this helps

which SNL episode with chris farley is this? by silverman422 Q: Mary.....Janene Garafalo Schoolboy.....David Hyde Pierce Toby Adams.....Chris Farley Patrick Higgins.....David Spade Devil.....Michael McKean Toby Adams: [ screaming ] Gooooodd!!! Oh, my Gooooooddddd! Sonofabitch! Ohhhhhh!! Sonoabitch!! I can't feel my legs! Oh, Mother of God, help me! Don't just STAND there! DO something, you bastards!! Mary: [ distraught ] Ohh.. oh, my! Patrick Higgins: Goodness, Mary. I apologize for his foul tone. Toby Adams: [ screaming ] Pull me out of this icy hell! You little pillow biter!! Mary: Oh, my goodness! Whatever shall we do? Toby Adams: [ mimicking ] "Whatever shall we do?!" SAVE me, you stupid WHORE!! Mary: [ aghast ] But.. but what can we do?! My gracious, I feel faint..! Schoolboy: That's alright. Quickly! We must lie on the ice, so we can distribute our weight, and then ease him out of the water. [ they all lie down on the ice and crouch towards Toby ] Mary: We're coming..

A: Don"t forget about the quality time they spent with the devil.

did anyone ever watch And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself? by grey wolf Q: watching it now Cast overview, first billed only: Antonio Banderas.... Pancho Villa Eion Bailey.... Frank Thayer Alan Arkin.... Sam Drebben Jim Broadbent.... Harry Aitken Matt Day.... John Reed Michael McKean.... William Christy Cabanne Colm Feore.... D.W. Griffith Alexa Davalos.... Teddy Sampson Anthony Head.... William Benton (as Anthony Stewart Head) Kyle Chandler.... Raoul Walsh Saul Rubinek.... Eli Morton Cosme Alberto.... Abraham Sanchez Damián Alcázar.... Gen. Rodolfo Fierro Pedro Armendáriz Jr..... Don Luis Terrazas (as Pedro Armendáriz) Fernando Becerril.... Priest http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337824/ will say it is a lot better than the name sounds

A: pancho villa, robin hood of mexico.....its a good movie but a bit slow i guess!

has any one ever seen the movie CLUE?? was made in 1985? by rev_stephanie_manson Q: Eileen Brennan .... Mrs. Peacock Tim Curry .... Wadsworth Madeline Kahn .... Mrs. White Christopher Lloyd .... Prof. Plum Michael McKean .... Mr. Green Martin Mull .... Col. Mustard Lesley Ann Warren .... Miss Scarlet i love this movie!

A: "Clue" is an awesome classic.Superb performances by Martin Mull and Tim Curry, along with the rest of the cast. The movie is soooooooooooo funny. I love the scene where they are trying to show that it's just a normal party for the cop. ha,ha. I own the DVD and recommend it do anyone.

Would Saturday Night Fever have been a better movie? by justlikeyoubutdifferent Q: if Ted Nugent had performed the soundtrack and the movie had been called Cat Scratch Saturday Night Fever and instead of John Travolta they had cast Michael McKean in the lead role?

A: I can't imagine that it would have been, but if the Sex Pistols had done the soundtrack, it had been called Saturday Night Anarchy, and they had cast Nancy McKean opposite of John Snyder...then you might have something!

Lenny Kosnowski from the show Laverne and Shirley...? by DeFazio Q: Am I the only one who thinks that Lenny Kosnowski is handsome? Michael McKean plays him, and I really like him! Am I crazy? Haha.. =)

A: No, I always thought he was cute too. I thought it was really sweet when Laverne thought that she was pregnant, that Lenny proposed to her. He said the he and Sqiggy had flipped a coin to see who would offer to marry her. She said something like "So you lost then,huh" and he said"No, I won". It was so adorable.

Who plays or voices the best Joker? by Swimmer Girl Q: Cesar Romero-The original Batman series(1966) Jack Nicholson-Batman movie(1989) Lennie Weinrib-The new adventures of Batman(1977) Mark Hamill-Batman the animated series(1992) Michael McKean-The new batman adventures(1998) Kevin Michael Richardson-The Batman(2004) Greg Eagles-Batman Beyond(2001) Heath Ledger-The Dark Knight(2008)

A: Mark Hamill I think his voice suits the cartoon adaptation of Batman. Nice maniacal laughter. (for the movie Jack Nicholson played it perfectly, dont be influenced by the Heath Sympathy votes)

Does anyone know the the lyrics to the song Michael McKean sings his dog in Best In Show? by Matt W Q:

A: Its one of these. I havent seen the movie yet 1. Sweet As Sugar 2. Champion 3. Dcx3 4. Post Enebriated Anxiety 5. Just Ace 6. More Than You Are 7. Black Friday 8. Secrets 9. Rockshow 10. Ready 11. 1000 Miles 12. No Reason 13. Lost Control 14. Chemical Heart 15. Bleed You Dry 16. Hold On Me 17. Better Off Alone 18. Hard Act To Follow

Disney movie with Michael McKean and he carried a cigarette case but it held licorice in it instead? by melindajonesppd Q: I'm looking for the name of this movie. I have looked in the filmography and I dont see anything that would match it. If I remember it I saw it in the late 80's early 90's. He is a brother of someone in the movie. His twin brother is a detective and he is a stay at home dad. He goes and fills in for his brother and that is where he finds his brother cigarette case and instead of there being cigarettes in there, there is red licorce in it.

A: try checking his filmography and see if you can spot the film you're looking for there http://tinyurl.com/2r7raz

Do you think Penny Marshall had a relationship with Michael McKean (Lenny on Laverne and Shirley)? by cabernet_pinotnoir Q: Penny Marshall is not a lesbian, I wouldn't care if she was, but she isn't. She has been married twice and says in many interviews that she wishes she was married again.

A: I thought penny marshall was an open lesbian?

What music video features an intro with Michael Mckean and Joseph Gordon-Levitt? by Jennifer Q: I thought it was Michael Jackson's Black or White video. Is there an alternate to the one starring Macauly Culkin?

A: Jennifer - I saw there were 0 answers so far. Posted your question to JG-L's Facebook page to see if any fans there could answer. Will let you know if we ever get an answer to this one! :-) JS on the move

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