Despite what people think, The Great White Way isn't a vast wasteland filled with has-been stars, television talent competition show rejects and washed-up celebrities; it's actually a draw for high-wattage thespians who want some fat on which to chew.
â¢ Tony Awards host Neil Patrick Harris took a break from his Broadway schedule to dine at Benjamin Steakhouse in N.Y.C. with his longtime partner David Burtka and a couple friends. The group was having a great time together and, at one point, asked their waiter for grilling tips from the chef. For dinner, everyone ordered rib eye steaks, and Harris drank a Manhattan and Old Fashioned cocktail.
Talk about deadline pressure. ABC's decision to not only cancel "Ugly Betty" but to reduce the show's episode order from 22 to 20 has left producers racing to tie up four years' worth of story lines in just a handful of episodes.