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What the Stars are TiVo’ing

January 3, 2006 by  

Not all Hollywoodites on holiday are soaking up the sun in St. Barths or doing the ski bunny thang in Aspen. Some celebs are using their script- and spackle-free days to catch up on their favorite TV shows.

So what do they TiVo?

Queer Eye” flamboyant fashionisto Carson Kressley reports he TiVos James Bond flicks. “They’re so inspirational. They give me so much ‘ammo’ — pun intended — when it comes to things to wear.”

Heather Graham of the new ABC sitcom “Emily’s Reasons Why Not” records “Arrested Development” and “Desperate Housewives.” But she’s watching a lot of “Intervention” because Graham says she’s “doing a heroin movie.”

John O’Hurley caught all his fancy footwork on “Dancing with the Stars,” but hasn’t yet caught up on his “Seinfeld” episodes! “I’m now seeing them for the first time. I’ve never seen them before now,” J. Peterman reports.

Desperate Housewives” vixen Eva Longoria — when she’s not getting into traffic scuffles with the local constabulary — is getting some inspiration from Oprah Winfrey’s daily chat show. “She produces with intention, and everything she does either changes the way people look at the world or changes the way people think about something.” Like Gabrielle Solis?

One Tree Hill” hunk Chad Michael Murray has a thing for “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star Mariska Hartigay. And besides, all the acting on the show is “brilliant,” he opines.

Neil Patrick Harris, who plays the ever-annoying Barney on “How I Met Your Mother,” is a TiVoholic. He tapes “The Office” (as well as the original U.K. version), “Arrested Development” and he’s been “pleasantly surprised” by “Two & a Half Men.” But does Charlie Sheen record Neil’s show??

And then there’s “The Ghost WhispererJennifer Love Hewitt. She Whisper-ed that she’s a big fan of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” on A&E. “I just love him. I think he’s phenomenal. I want to go to Hawaii to do a ride-along with him and his family.”

Mathew St. Patrick of FOX-TV’s “Reunion” can’t carve out any time in his schedule for “Nip/Tuck,” so he records it. “It’s crazy. It’s real. It’s entertainment. It’s L.A.”

Reprinted from The Boston Herald

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