Ok, so it’s not necessarily spotting a famous face, as much as it is spotting a wildly famous guest star, but on this lovely Thanksgiving Thursday let’s all take a moment to be thankful for the amazing Thanksgiving episode of Friends starring none other than Brad Pitt. Now go throw on your maternity pants, tackle your Everest, hope for a moral victory for the Green Bay Mermen and enjoy some Complex Carbohydrates with friends and family! Happy Thanksgiving!
(And 10 points for anyone who got all those Friends references, you’re awesome.)
This Thanksgiving we are thankful for what we can only assume is t0t3zad0rbz’s recent decision to watch all of Numb3rs, for it has provided us with a lot of great famous face sightings! Here we have Neil Patrick Harris from How I Met Your Mother spotted portraying a mathematician, whose daughter has been kidnapped in season 1, episode 6, “Prime Suspect”.
Paul Wesley may be having a rough time emotionally as Stefan Salvatore in the current season of The Vampire Diaries, but at least his hair is better than it was in his role in Roll Bounce. This gem of a movie is set in the 70’s (BUT WAIT…there’s more!), it also stars Lil’ Bow Wow and Nick Cannon!
If you’re a fan of Sons of Anarchy, you probably recognize Christopher Douglas Reed as Filthy Phil, but how many of you remember him getting kicked in the nuts by Penny on the Big Bang Theory as Todd Zarnecki?
Emily Thorne’s backstory just got a little bit more confusing…before joining the cast of Revenge as Amanda Clarke, Margarita Levieva was spotted alongside Jesse Eisenberg as Lisa P. in Adventureland. My, my, my, how will Victoria Grayson react to this one?
We’ve spotted another SNL famous face! Bill Hader appeared as a field agent in an episode of Punk’d, where he pulled a prank on Ashlee Simpson (it’s not what you think, it had nothing to do with her SNL mishap).
If you haven’t seen Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Val Kilmer, a) you should because it’s fantastic and b) that means you’ve totally missed out on seeing RDJ’s son Indio play a the younger version of his father’s character, Harry Lockhart, in the film’s opening scene.