1. “buk-buk-buk bu-KAWK!”
    “buk buk buk-buk…”

    Sorry, I known that’s horrible.
    I usually save that for pics of “The View”

  2. When you write those captions, you need to point out, Katherine Heigl (left) with her mother (right), in New York City.

  3. littletongue

    “Quit touching yourself in public, mom, it’s not sanitary.“

  4. Is her mom the only one that can stand her? Bc that is the only person you ever see her with. Not her kids, not her husband. Her mom.

  5. “Let’s see how many auditions you cost me today?”

  6. I didn’t know Katherine Heigl’s mom was Carol Burnette.

  7. “Jesus Mom! Of course I don’t have to check where we are on this map! I’m Katherine Heigl! My big break came in 1999, when I was cast in a starring role on the teen science-fiction show Roswell, which ran for three seasons. The part widened my exposure in Hollywood, and I filmed a variety of smaller projects during the show’s hiatuses. After Roswell was canceled in 2002, I appeared in several made-for-TV movies, including a prequel to Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion and two Lifetime movies based on the Janet Oke novels Love’s Enduring Promise and Love Comes Softly. Between roles in independent and low-budget films (including Zyzzyx Road, which was released in 2006 to poor reviews, becoming infamously known as the lowest-grossing film in history), I filmed a pilot for a TV show about medical interns at a Seattle Hospital, which was eventually titled Grey’s Anatomy. Grey’s Anatomy premiered in March 2005 and immediately became a smash hit, elevating my and my co-stars’ profiles in Hollywood. I met with more success in 2006 and 2007: I was nominated for a Golden Globe, and then won an Emmy Award (best supporting actress) for my role as Dr. Isobel “Izzie” Stevens on Grey’s Anatomy. Additionally, I starred in the 2007 smash comedy hit Knocked Up alongside Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann, and finished the year by marrying fiancé Josh Kelley in Park City, Utah. Around this same time, I worked with YOU to start my own production company, Abishag Productions. I named the company after the female figure (Abishag) in the Robert Frost poem “Provide, Provide” .
    Even as my reputation as a diva spiraled out of control, I continued to meet with both professional and personal success. From 2008 to 2010, I headlined four romantic comedies: 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth, Killers and Life as We Know It. So yes I think I fucking know where we are!!!!!”

  8. tlmck

    Codependency is a beautiful thing.

  9. kravdan

    Just a second mom, I’m asking Siri to find my career…

  10. Mike Walker

    Siri, where is Discount Doilies? No, not dildos… doil-ies!

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