Before Henry Rollins returns to the Independent Film Channel on April 13 with his alternative brand of celebrity interviews, the late-night host will precede the second season premier of "The Henry Rollins Show" with a half-hour special on the Jewish state. "Henry Rollins: Uncut From Israel" mixes tidbits of Rollins' tour of the Holy Land with moments of his politically charged spoken-word show recorded in Tel Aviv earlier this year.
Award-winning mystery writer Rochelle Krich, the "Orthodox Agatha Christie," has a confession: "I became a talk show junkie during the O.J. Simpson trial," sheepishly admits Krich, 52, the author of nine whodunits in as many years. "When the trial was over, I still needed my fix."
Actress and talk-show queen Roseanne is looking for a few good Jewish men.