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Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis This Sunday with Actor Jeremy Miller from ‘Growing Pains’ and Wrestler/Actress Lindsay Kay Hayward

The Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis has been going strong for almost 30 years now and just keeps getting bigger and better! The fun now takes place nine times a year at The Machinists Hall 12365 St Charles Rock Road in Bridgeton, Mo 63044. There are over 120 vendors at the Toyman Toy Show spread out over 220 tables. all selling vintage toys, comics, dolls, diecast cars, movie memorabilia, and more as well as cosplayers and artists. It’s an unbelievable amount of fun for only $5!

The next Toyman Show is this Sunday, July 14th from 9:00am to 3:00p and actor Jeremy Miller as well as Wrestler/Actress Lindsay Kay Hayward will be there. A Facebook invite can be found Here

Jeremy James Miller is an American actor best known for his portrayal of Ben Seaver on Growing Pains and its two reunion movies. He also was the voice of Linus in Happy New Year,
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Eminem's Kamikaze Features Anti-Gay Slurs and Donald Trump Disses

Eminem's Kamikaze Features Anti-Gay Slurs and Donald Trump Disses
Guess who's back? Overnight, Eminem surprised fans by dropping his tenth studio album, Kamikaze, two years after the release of Revival. Eminem executive produced the 13-track album with his longtime collaborator, Dr. Dre, and worked many other prolific producers, including Fred Ball, Boi-1da, Illadaproducer, Ronny J, Tay Keith, Mike WiLL Made It, Jeremy Miller, S1, Tim Suby and Jahaan Sweet. Joyner Lucas, Jessie Reyez and Royce da 5'9" also make guest appearances. "Tried not 2 overthink this 1... enjoy," Eminem tweeted, adding a middle finger emoji. Like Ariana Grande with Sweetener and Travis Scott with Astroworld, Eminem is selling his album in merch bundles, packaging it with...
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The Brave

Network: NBC. Episodes: 13 (hour). Seasons: One. TV show dates: September 25, 2017 — January 29, 2018. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Anne Heche, Mike Vogel, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas. TV show description: An undercover military drama from creators Dean Georgaris, Daniel Cohn, and Jeremy Miller, The Brave TV show features Defense Intelligence and Special Ops units teaming up to save innocent lives around the world. The series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel), who leads a daring Special Ops squad of well-trained undercover specialists. Dalton's team consists of Sgt Jasmine ‘Jaz’ Khan (Natacha Karam), a superior sniper; Cpo Ezekiel “Preach” Carter (Demetrius Grosse); combat medic
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Alan Thicke Remembered by Widow, Youngest Son & 'Growing Pains' Co-Star 1 Year After His Death

Alan Thicke Remembered by Widow, Youngest Son & 'Growing Pains' Co-Star 1 Year After His Death
Alan Thicke's memory lives on.

One year after his untimely death, friends and family are paying tribute to the beloved late actor, who died on Dec. 13, 2016, at age 69, after suffering a ruptured aorta while playing hockey with his youngest son, Carter.

The 20-year-old actor-writer tweeted a sweet throwback photo of him and his dad on Wednesday, along with the heartbreaking caption, "It's hard to believe it's been a year. Some days it feels like it was only yesterday and other days it feels like its been years. Nothing can really describe the loss, but I feel you here everyday in my life."

"I miss my best friend and partner in crime," Carter, Alan's son with ex-wife Gina Tolleson, added. "I love you Pops. ."

Alan's widow, Tanya Callau Thicke, whom he married in 2005, also remembered her late husband on Twitter.

"It’s been 1 year today - how I miss my bestfriend, husband , best companion
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Battle of the Network Stars Full Cast Announced: The 10 Celebs We’re Most Psyched to See Throw Down

Battle of the Network Stars Full Cast Announced: The 10 Celebs We’re Most Psyched to See Throw Down
This is either going to be really good or so bad, it’s great. But either way, ABC’s relaunch of Battle of the Network Stars (premiering Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c) is looking like the summer’s must-see — especially since on Tuesday the full list of competitors was released. The celebrities we’re most psyched to see throwing down in events like the kayak relay race and dunk tank:

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Growing Pains: Cast Reunites on Dr Oz Show to Remember Alan Thicke

The cast of Growing Pains is back together. Recently, stars Joanna Kerns, Tracey Gold, and Jeremy Miller reunited on The Dr. Oz Show to remember co-star Alan Thicke.Thicke passed away in December at the age of 69. He played patriarch Jason Seaver on Growing Pains, which ran on ABC from 1985 to 1992. The family sitcom also starred Kirk Cameron, Ashley Johnson, and Leonardo DiCaprio.Read More…
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Alan Thicke's 'Growing Pains' Co-Stars Remember Their Last Days With the Beloved TV Dad: 'We Miss Him'

Alan Thicke's 'Growing Pains' Co-Stars Remember Their Last Days With the Beloved TV Dad: 'We Miss Him'
Alan Thicke's Growing Pains co-stars are remembering the late actor five months after his death.

Sitting down on The Dr. Oz Show on Thursday, Tracey Gold, Joanna Kerns and Jeremy Miller opened up about Thicke's untimely death and their memories of his friendship and legacy.

According to Gold -- who starred as Thicke's on-screen daughter, Carol Seaver, on the hit ABC sitcom -- she had "a really weird moment" the day he died, as if she knew it happened before she heard the news.

Watch: Kirk Cameron and 'Growing Pains' Cast React to Death of Show Patriarch Alan Thicke

"I found out [that Alan died] in the evening, so I assumed the whole episode of what had happened with him happened in the evening, but I started to read and I realized it all happened around noon," Gold said, recalling that, around noon, she was heading out to meet her husband, Bobby, at his
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Growing Pains’ Tracey Gold: I Felt a Premonition ‘Rush over Me’ the Day Alan Thicke Died

Growing Pains’ Tracey Gold: I Felt a Premonition ‘Rush over Me’ the Day Alan Thicke Died
Five months after Alan Thicke‘s death, his Growing Pains costars are paying a special tribute to the beloved actor.

On Thursday’s Dr. Oz Show, Tracey Gold, Joanna Kerns and Jeremy Miller reunite to open up about Thicke, who passed away unexpectedly on Dec. 13 at 69 years old after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his youngest son, Carter.

In a sneak peek at the episode, Gold, 48, reveals a startling experience she went through on the day of Thicke’s death.

“I had a really weird moment,” she says. “I found out in the evening, so I assumed
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Quantico Recap: Two Become One

Quantico Recap: Two Become One
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Quantico recap.

By the end of this week’s Quantico, the final one featuring two timelines, we know this much is true:

The mastermind behind the terrorist attack at the G20 summit was Lydia.

Alex and Ryan are very much in an “off” phase of their on-again, off-again romance.

Harry likely is never going to get the justice he’s chased all season.

Owen definitely is one of the good guys. (At least, for now.)

The damage Lydia did is going to take a new team of FBI and CIA agents to handle…
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Alan Thicke’s Son Carter, TV Son Jeremy Miller Remember Late Actor: ‘He Was Full Of Life’

Alan Thicke’s sudden death came as a shock to the world, but the tragedy was especially shocking to those closest to the late actor. Former “Growing Pains” star Jeremy Miller, who played Thicke’s youngest son, Ben Seaver, on the long-running family sitcom, tells Et Canada he didn’t believe the news at first. “I thought it was […]
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Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘Growing Pains’ Cast Mourn Alan Thicke at Memorial

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Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘Growing Pains’ Cast Mourn Alan Thicke at Memorial
Alan Thicke is gone but he is far from forgotten. “Growing Pains” alumni including Leonardo DiCaprio, Kirk Cameron, Tracey Gold, Joanna Kerns and Jeremy Miller were among those who gathered for a service at Thicke’s family home in Carpinteria, California, on Sunday night to honor the late TV star, CNN reported. Other famous faces in attendance were Kris Jenner, Bob Saget, Bill Maher, Alex Trebek and Rob Lowe. Also Read: Alan Thicke, 'Growing Pains' Dad, Dies at 69 Son Robin Thicke struck a jovial tone while paying tribute to his father, who died suddenly on Dec. 13 from a
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Leonardo DiCaprio, Robin Thicke and More Honor Alan Thicke at Touching Memorial

Leonardo DiCaprio, Robin Thicke and More Honor Alan Thicke at Touching Memorial
Friends and family are still celebrating the life of Alan Thicke after the beloved Growing Pains star died unexpectedly last week at age 69.

Son Robin Thicke gathered with several family members as well as Alan’s TV family — Joanna Kerns, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kirk Cameron, Tracey Gold and Jeremy Miller — on Sunday night to pay tribute to their “father figure.”

A public Facebook post by Thicke’s daughter-in-law Dolly Thicke — who is married to Brennan Thicke, Alan’s oldest son with ex Gloria Loring — shows the Growing Pains cast at the memorial, plus photos of attendees Bob Saget, Bill Maher and Alex Trebek,
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Alan Thicke Memorial Draws 'Growing Pains' Cast, Including Leo DiCaprio (Photos)

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Alan Thicke's TV family joined his real-life family to honor him Sunday night -- and it looked like a full reunion of "Growing Pains." Kirk Cameron, Joanna Kerns, Tracey Gold, Jeremy Miller ... even Leo DiCaprio ... all showed up for the memorial service. Many of Alan's Hollywood pals who were not co-stars, like Bob Saget and Alex Trebek, also attended. Alex spoke about how Alan gave him his first shot in Hollywood on a game show.
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How Alan Thicke Scored His Role in Growing Pains — and the Hollywood Action Star Who Almost Got the Part

How Alan Thicke Scored His Role in Growing Pains — and the Hollywood Action Star Who Almost Got the Part
Alan Thicke, who died Tuesday at the age of 69, was widely known for his starring role as Dr. Jason Seaver on Growing Pains — but it was a role he almost didn’t get.

When the role first came up, Thicke was coming off the failure of his 1983 syndicated late night talk show Thicke of the Night — which was meant to rival Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show but ended up being canceled within its first year. His reputation damaged, Thicke was worried the show’s demise might have actually marked the end of his on-camera career.

“Every time I read about it,
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Rip Alan Thicke: Where Is Rest of ‘Growing Pains’ Cast Now? (Photos)

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Rip Alan Thicke: Where Is Rest of ‘Growing Pains’ Cast Now? (Photos)
To anyone who came of age in the late ’80s, “Growing Pains” was a touchstone. The sitcom’s patriarch, Alan Thicke, died suddenly Tuesday at age 69. Here’s a look at where other cast members are today. Ashley Johnson (Chrissy Seaver) Johnson started on “Growing Pains” when she was six. She’s gone on to a busy acting career (“The Avengers”) and stars on NBC’s “Blindspot.” Jeremy Miller (Ben Seaver) In recent years, Miller has talked openly about his alcoholism and treatment issues. Joanna Kerns (Maggie Malone Seaver) After leaving “Growing Pains,” Kerns turned to directing and has directed
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Is This the Best Halloween Costume Ever? California Dad Transforms Son’s Wheelchair

Is This the Best Halloween Costume Ever? California Dad Transforms Son’s Wheelchair
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The Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1 is one of the most iconic cars in film history.

And now Jeremy Miller, 8, has one of his very own. He’s adding it to a collection that includes a Star Wars snow-speeder and a light-up Mickey Mouse-mobile.

Jeremy’s fleet is thanks to his dad, Ryan Scott Miller, who takes up the task of transforming his son’s wheelchair every year for Halloween, Baltimore’s Wbal 11 reports.

Amazing Ghostbusters Ecto1 Wheelchair Halloween Costume

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Jeremy’s Ecto-1 includes working headlights, sire lights
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Quantico Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Kudove

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I'm guessing Quantico Season 2 means double the time jumps, yay!

On Quantico Season 2 Episode 1, we had to endure quite a few time jumps within the first five minutes. I honestly stopped counting them after the third one. To make matters even better, we mixed things up with some location jumps as well.

News flash: I don't care where all these people were recruited from.

Instead of getting the blood pumping for a brand new conspiracy, the premiere served as a reminder of what went wrong the last time around. Confusing time jumps? Check. Ryan and Alex drama? Check.

We're even back in training, which was boring and felt rushed. You could never really get comfortable in whatever the test was that the recruits were going through because as soon as you start to understand what's going on, we jump to another storyline.

While sitting through slightly different training doesn't sound like a lot of fun,
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Unusually Thicke: Season Two Renewal for Pop TV Series

We're in the thick of it. Pop has renewed its Unusually Thicke TV series for a second season. This reality sitcom stars Alan Thicke, his wife Tanya Callau, and son Carter Thicke, as themselves.

Guests in the first season included other Thicke family members, including Robin Thicke, as well as Thicke's Growing Pains co-stars Joanna Kerns, Tracey Gold, and Jeremy Miller also appeared.

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‘Growing Pains’ Star Jeremy Miller: ‘I Began Drinking at 4’ (Video)

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‘Growing Pains’ Star Jeremy Miller: ‘I Began Drinking at 4’ (Video)
Sounds like Jeremy Miller had a little something to numb those growing pains. Miller, who starred as Ben Seaver on the sitcom “Growing Pains,” appears on an upcoming episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” to reveal that he began hitting the bottle when he was barely out of diapers — and that bottle wasn’t filled with milk. “I began drinking at 4 years old,” Miller says in a clip for the episode. “My grandparents used to throw a lot of parties, and I would run around after the parties and finish off all the empty beers. So that was my first.
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Video: Jeremy Miller Admits 'Competition' with Leonardo DiCaprio on Growing Pains 'Bothered Me a Little Bit'

Video: Jeremy Miller Admits 'Competition' with Leonardo DiCaprio on Growing Pains 'Bothered Me a Little Bit'
Growing Pains star Jeremy Miller is the first to admit Leonardo DiCaprio joining the '80s sitcom's cast was "a little weird."

In an exclusive sneak peek at Saturday's Oprah: Where Are They Now?, the 39-year-old actor opens up about a young DiCaprio joining the cast of the '80s sitcom.

"There was a little bit of competition there," Miller of working with DiCaprio, 41.

"I have to admit it bothered me a little bit that the network felt necessary to bring him in rather than focusing on my character who had now grown up and could kind of take over for Mike as,
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