Curtis Armstrong

Is there anything better than a reunion of good friends who haven't seen each other in a long time? On the most recent episode
In a landscape of famous fictional nerds, it is difficult to pick one more unique than Booger. Played by Curtis Armstrong in 1984's Revenge of the Nerds, Booger preferred stained T-shirts to pocket protectors, and farts over facts.
It's been a while since I've felt the need to rewatch an episode of "Supernatural" to try and fully digest it, but "The Great Escapist" was a dense and action-packed hour that proved integral to the season's arc and added another layer to the show's mythology as a whole.
"I saw angels," Busey recalled during an interview with Larry King in 2005. "I was surrounded by angels. And they don't look
There is an indefinable magic to Better Off Dead. For a movie allegedly about heartbreak and suicide, there's an innocence and playfulness here you simply won't find in today's crop of comedies.