I have been eagerly anticipating the release of Kristen Bell’s movie “You Again” and the trailer has finally been released! The movie stars TV favorites like Bell (who we loved on Heroes and Veronica Mars, plus Party Down), Kristin Chenoweth (Pushing Daisies and Glee) and Betty White (SNL host this weekend, woo!) The plot in one sentence: “A young woman (Kristen Bell) learns that her brother is marrying her high-school tormentor.”
Some TV trivia for you guys, You Again? was also the name of a TV show that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1987. Uncle Jesse was in the show! Wiki says, “You Again? starred Jack Klugman as Henry Willows, a man still embittered from his divorce 10 years earlier, who had made no effort to see his son Matt (John Stamos) during that time. Henry had become fairly comfortable with his life as a supermarket manager and was not really looking to make major changes to it when Matt arrived looking to stay with his father, whom he hardly knew anymore. Matt was an ill-mannered but quite attractive youth who was very popular with the girls. He drove the gruff Henry almost over the edge, but of course in the end familial ties conquered all differences in sitcom tradition.”
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