“Lori Loughlin called Felicity Huffman but Felicity didn’t answer” links

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Today in privileged white lady news: Lori Loughlin tried to call Felicity Huffman but Felicity wouldn’t take her calls. [Jezebel]
A great piece on Ali Wong, Gwyneth Paltrow, dim sum & choosing the right Chinese restaurant and I’m so bummed because my favorite Chinese place shut down after a visit from the health inspector. You can laugh but that place was good!! [LaineyGossip]
Snoop Dogg has a full-time blunt roller on staff. [Dlisted]
Helen Mirren went camping with Liam Neeson. [Just Jared]
Debby Allen’s jeans are so fug. [Go Fug Yourself]
Get in a Halloween mood with these creepy Reddit stories. [Pajiba]
James Mattis mocks Donald Trump’s bone spurs. [Towleroad]
Megyn Kelly likes that Charlize Theron is playing her in Bombshell. [OMG Blog]
Paul Rudd has the sense of humor of a 13-year-old boy. [The Blemish]

Felicity Huffman pleads guilty in college admissions scheme!

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  1. Lucy says:

    I didn’t see coverage about this here, but Paul Dano will be The Riddler!! Not Bill Hader, but an excellent choice nonetheless.

    • Lady D says:

      I find it difficult to get excited for another Batman movie. There have been so many Batman movies all starring a different dude. None of them are memorable or stand out for being great actors. e.g., Christian Bale was Batman but people think about his unhinged temper tantrum on set more than they do him in the movie.

      • Laura says:

        I gotta agree Lady D. I’m so bored with Batman in general, I don’t care who plays him next or whatever new movie is coming out. Give me at least like 10 years without a Batman movie, jeesh.

  2. BeanieBean says:

    Thanks for the book tip, I’ll be picking up Ali Wong’s book.

  3. Seraphina B says:

    I love Ali Wong , she is brilliant and hilarious!

  4. My3cents says:

    “Real victim in scandal cries, she won’t even take my calls!”- next weeks US cover?

  5. TheOriginalMia says:

    What in the world were they going to talk about? They’re guilty! Felicity did less than Lori and Lori’s going to Jail too.

  6. minx says:

    Why would FH take LL’s call? I sure wouldn’t.

    • Seraphina says:

      Right and I’m sure the attorneys told FH to stay as far away as possible. You less you say the better off you are.

  7. Sean says:

    “Hello, whom am I speaking with? Hold on please. Felicity, there’s a Becky on the line for you. Uh huh, okay, I’ll tell them. Hello Becky? Oh, I’m sorry Lori. Your character’s name was Becky? I see, well unfortunately Felicity isn’t able to come to the phone at the moment. Would you like me to pass along a message? What’s that? No, no I wasn’t just speaking to her. She’s not home right now. I don’t know what it is that you heard. Goodbye.”

  8. Christin says:

    I would ignore her calls, too. Lori had her chance for a plea/handling the situation better, and chose a different route. Too late to cry over it.

  9. Peanutbuttr says:

    One of my bad signs for a Chinese restaurant is if the health grade is higher than a B.

    • Ripley says:

      We had a friend who knew all of the good Dim Sum restaurants in the city and begged her to take us to one she recommended. Her response was, “Do you want clean or do you want good?” And made us promise not to comment on the cleanliness … it was so good. Discovered later it was consistently #1 on “Best of… “ lists and #1 on Health Code violations lists.

      I miss it (we moved away.)

    • MrsRoper says:

      Amen! Used to go to a restaurant outside of DC where the matriarch/hostess/sometimes resentful waitress would bark, “Whaat you wannn?” to take your order. If you stayed at the table too long, she would ask, “When you ready? Time go.” Table turnover is money in the restaurant business. The food was delicious, like eel and soft shell crabs that I still think/drool about.
      (please don’t think I’m making fun of her… I respectfully scooted myself out of there ASAP after eating, and went back at least once a week)

    • Laura says:

      Huh. Maybe it’s a city thing. I live in Omaha, and I’ve eaten at a lot of Chinese places. The best has been a hole in the wall close to my apartment. They’re a small, family run business (their teenagers run the cash register), but they always get good health ratings. Also, when I call for takeout I just have to say my name and the lady recognizes my voice and asks if I want the usual. She always calls me and my husband by name (especially impressive, because when I lived with my ex she knew his name and order as well). And when I call and order nothing but egg drop soup; “Oh no! Sean sick again???” (she knows when he’s sick their egg drop soup is the only thing he can keep down). Also, her teenage boys always like to tell me how much I look like MJ from Spiderman.

      TL;DR if you’re ever in Omaha, track down Rose Garden. Huge tasty portions for low prices.

  10. dlc says:

    Lol, Felicity can’t answer your calls because she is in JAIL! And soon, you will be too!

  11. Raina says:

    I literally love a Chinese place that makes me sick one out of every three times. It’s a bad relationship but I keep coming back. I pray they close down because I can’t stop on my own.

  12. EveV says:

    Ugh, I really don’t like Lori Laughlin after all this. After reading that story, and seeing all the quotes about how her and Felicity Huffman’s fates are “entertwined,” I think she is trying to to make just that happen, and connect her story to Felicity’s so that she only gets ~14 days, herself. Just another strategy at this point. All jmo of course, but man, she is just not a good person

  13. Dana says:

    What’s with all the clowns posti g on this thread that has nothing to do with the topic? Seriously annoying. Go start your own blog.
    Or am l wrong and missing something?