She replaced Jane Lynch on some obscure cable series and it promptly flopped.%0D\
She pulled out of a Broadway revival of the very unnecessary LIPS TOGETHER, TEETH APART (for which we should be grateful), so yes her career is in the toliet.
OP I actually hate you for getting Turn the Tub Around stuck in my head\
And in fairness to Mullally it''s not like Party Down was a ratings smash before she came on board
Roll up, roll up, roll up!\
Come and get yourself a nice tub of something you won''t believe isn''t butter!\
They sell out quickly, so get yours early!\
Cash, check, or major credit cards accepted.\
She did it for the money? Didn''t she make enough during all of the years of Will and Grace?
That''s what I wondered, R13-anyone got any news-they all have to be millionaires several times over after W&G and its endless reruns on Lifetime.
It''s hysterical, shows off her movement, voice and comedy skills, gives her and the guy dancing with her (so far) nearly 2 years'' residuals for a national commercial. %0D\
Pretty good business decision, I''d say. Pity Vickie Sue Robinson''s estate doesn''t participate in the music license income, but it must be nice for her family to see her work honored like this.
Megan, you forgot to sign your post at r16.
OP = fat frau Xtian nut.
Clearly her addiction to plastic surgery is what is driving her now.\
Party Down was a really subtle, funny show. Jane Lynch was great in it. Megan was fine. When Adam Scott left and others wanted more money the writing was on the wall. Starz should have promoted it more.
Her big problem is that she is too identified with Karen. Nobody wants to see her without the high-pitched voiced or trading one-liners with Sean Hayes.
A list celebs do cheesy endorsements all the time except theirs is shown overseas.
Playing a sitcom sidekick can kill your career. Even if the bucks are good.
Sheesh, it was a cute commercial. \
People making commercials are in show BUSINESS; of course they take their work seriously no matter how ridiculous the project.\
I hope she made a boat load of money on the rotations. She deserved it.
they should bring back Karen in her own sitcom with a different storyline. Like she opened up a home for orphans. Or runs a high end escort service.
Karen only worked as a second banana. They would have to tone her down as a lead to make her more sympathetic to the audience. That would be a massive fail from the start. Shades of "Phyllis" and "Flo."
The hot guy dancing with Megan Mullally was one of the original dancers from Michael Jackson''s "This is it" movie. I think he''s from Australia.
He''s from the Netherlands. His name is Shannon Holtzapffel!%0D\
Not bad looking, either.
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