Buddy Bites: 'NSYNC Wants 'Glee,' 'HIMYM' Spoiler and Wonder Woman Back on TV
Buddy Bites: 'NSYNC Wants 'Glee,' 'HIMYM' Spoiler and Wonder Woman Back on TV
Ben Watson
Ben Watson
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Joey Fatone to Glee: Hi Hi Hi
Well this is kind of embarrassing. Former 'NSYNCer Joey Fatone, has started an online movement to have his boy band's music featured on the hit FOX musical Glee. After watching last week's Britney episode, Fatone took to his twitter to stage an "'NSYNC to Glee" campaign. Fatone thinks 'NSYNC's music would be a perfect fit for the show. He kind of has a point. However, here's a tip: Let them come to you. Nothing comes off lamer than desperation. Fatone would be better off letting things organically evolve. Let's hope creator Ryan Murphy sticks to his script and is not swayed by every washed up pop act who wants to experience the Glee bump. [People]  

Glee is available on Amazon Prime.


Here Comes Wonder Woman
Uber TV creator, David E. Kelley (Boston Legal, The Practice and Ally McBeal), is planning to bring DC Comic's most popular heroine, Wonder Woman, back to the small screen. With Smallville beginning its tenth and final season, now may be the right time to make this series work. Even though there is plenty of remake/reboot fatigue out there (Munsters ... really?), a WW remake could work. Aside from this seasons Nikita, TV is lacking in the female butt kicking department. A new WW series would fill the void left behind years ago by our beloved Buffy.

For most of us Lynda Carter will always be the WW on our lunch box, but since we don't have a time machine ... who would you like to see wield the Lasso of Truth? [Deadline]

How Ted Met His Future Wife's Ex-Husband?
We told you a few weeks ago that Jennifer Morrison is joining the cast of HIMYM as the potential mother of Ted's future children. Morrison will play Zoey, an activist butting heads (among other things) with Ted. Well now the plot thickens. Producers have cast the creepy-cool Twin Peaks vet, Kyle MacLachlan, to play Zoey's ex-husband. Expect things to get a little weird for Ted. [Ausiello]

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