President Obama Will Go ‘Running Wild’ With Bear Grylls on NBC
NBC announced that the president and Bear Grylls will meet up in Alaska during Obama’s three-day visit to the state that begins today. “President Obama will become the first U.S. president to receive a crash course in survival techniques from Bear Grylls,” said NBC, adding: “President Obama will meet with Grylls while visiting Alaska to observe the effects of climate change on the area. The two will then come together in the Alaskan Wilderness.”
The commercial-free Breaking the Silence, which was commissioned in wake of the Duggar molestation scandal, made no mention of Duggar. But it did show 19 Kids and Counting stars Jessa, Jill, and Michelle Duggar for a total of two minutes.
Rudnitsky, who recently appeared in a Straight Outta Compton parody and who’s also parodied True Detective, was spotted at last month’s Just For Laughs festival, where he was one of the “New Faces.” PLUS: Watch Rudnitsky tell Asian and sorority jokes in his standup act.
As explained on his website, “Ryan revealed he was riding in the bike lane on San Vicente over the weekend when a car merged into his lane and threw him onto the curb, which caused another bicyclist to fall on top of him.”
Thomas never responded. But though he’s wrapped the movie about the 1991 hearings, in which he plays the controversial nominee, Pierce says he’d “still love to meet him.”
He’ll play himself on the ABC comedy.
Check out clips from last night’s opening.
The now-on-Netflix series picks up where Season 3 left off.
The Wonder Years star recently competed on Dancing with the Stars.