Back in The Walking Dead's golden years, Daryl Dixon was every fan's hero. The taciturn redneck with a heart of gold and a knack for handling a crossbow charmed viewers everywhere within minutes of being on the show. Daryl was introduced in TWD's third episode ever. Shortly before Daryl sauntered out of the woods and fans everywhere fell in love, Daryl's infamous big brother, Merle, had been abandoned by Rick on a roof in Atlanta.
There are a lot of performers out there who make us laugh, but few are as synonymous with contemporary comedy as Tina Fey. She has built a comedy empire with the foundations of dry, self-deprecating, non-sequitur humor. But Fey is more than just a performer. She’s an award-winning writer, credited with reviving Saturday Night Live in the early 2000s. Her script for Mean Girls is one of the most quoted movies ever. Fey is also the creator of two hit TV series in 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Throw in a New York Times bestselling memoir, and it’s clear that there’s little this entertainment titan can’t do.
Keanu Reeves plays himself in Netflix's film Always Be My Maybe, but this is far from the first time a star has had some self-aware fun with his celeb image.
The Bachelorette has captivated audiences since its premiere in 2003. Each season, around 25 men vie for the attention and affection of an eligible single. Each episode traditionally ends with an elimination until only two suitors remain, one of whom proposes to the bachelorette during the season finale. Unlike its predecessor, The Bachelor, this spin-off dating game show has always ended with a proposal, though, like in its parent series, these proposals haven’t always ended well.


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