NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) – Private equity firm American Securities LLC is exploring a possible sale of specialty chemicals manufacturer General Chemical Corp that could fetch more than $1 billion,…
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What happens when you put a camera on a sushi conveyor belt with no explanation? The ratio of mystified stares to people hamming it up for a stranger’s random camera is surprising.
Henry Winkler dropped by the “Late Late Show,” and revealed a surprising fact to his old friend Craig Ferguson: He has a history with Jenji Kohan, the woman behind Netflix’s new hit show “Orange is the New Black.”
“The young lady who developed that show, her first show was ‘Weeds,’ was my intern when she was in high school,” Winkler said. “Her name was Jenji. Jenji Kohan.”
“So you’re telling me interns can sometimes be useful for other things?” Ferguson joked.
Apparently it pays to be an intern for Henry Winkler, though we have no idea what that would have entailed. But if our math is correct she would’ve been in high school in the mid-80s, right around when “Happy Days” was ending.
Kohan, who also worked on “Tracey Takes On” and “Gilmore Girls,” has won an Emmy for her work and “Orange Is The New Black” could earn her another. The show is getting great reviews, with many critics calling it Netflix’s best original series so far.
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Saturday Night Live will be down three of its biggest stars when it returns this fall, but that hasn’t dampened Seth Meyers’ spirits about returning to the “Weekend Update” anchor desk.
“[It’s] certainly a rebuilding effort, but I don’t think it’s any bigger than ones that have happened historically. It’s a really exciting time to be at the show. I’m really glad I’m going back for the first-half of next year,” Meyers said at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews on Wednesday. “I think the most fun I ever had at the show was the first year with Andy [Samberg], Bill [Hader], Jason [Sudeikis] and Kristen [Wiig] when they call came in.”