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Who's Our Favorite Ed?

Who's Our Favorite Ed?

I feel like I owe you guys an apology. Chris week was super hard, so I thought Josh week would lighten things a bit. I WAS SO WRONG. This vote shocked me. It was so close. Like single digit votes close. And full disclosure - and I can't believe I'm admitting this - I almost didn't include a particular Josh. And this is the Josh that WON. Y'all. Oh my gosh. 

And your favorite Josh is...

Josh Lucas!

Who knew Sweet Home Alabama had such high billing in your hearts. 

Alright, let's vote for our favorite Ed. I say this most weeks, but I don't know who to choose. So many great picks, y'all. I LOVE FRIDAYS.


Ed Harris

Where We've Seen Him

Westworld, Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind, The Truman Show, Stepmom, The Hours... and do y'all remember him in The Firm from a million years ago?

Why We Love Him

Nobody is a better supporting actor. Nobody. Well, probably somebody but nobody I can think of right now. His cheekbones alone are award-winning, but he's been nominated for four Oscars for his acting. That plus the cheekbones? And the voice? And the intensity? Holy hotness, Batman. 


Ed Helms

Where We've Seen Him

The Office, The Hangover, Vacation, and a smattering of comedies and web series.

Why We Love Him

Funny guys are always a favorite, and Ed Helms is exceptionally funny. Slightly nerdy, unconventionally handsome, and Andy Bernard is one of my favorite characters ever. We haven't even mentioned the harmonica playing yet. 


Eddie Murphy

Where We've Seen Him

Ohmygosh ready? Shrek, Dreamgirls, Doctor Doolittle, The Nutty Professor, Beverly Hills Cop, Coming to America, Trading Places, and Saturday Night Live. Also 48 Hrs. was his first ever movie when he was only 20. Sheesh.

Why We Love Him

Well, he started successfully performing as a standup comedian when he was 15. I mean. He's a comedy genius, and it's hard to not laugh when he starts to laugh. I haven't had a lot of experience with Eddie Murphy films, but he's fighting for my vote simply from Mister Robinson's Neighborhood.


Edward Norton

Where We've Seen Him

Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Bourne Legacy, The Incredible Hulk, The Illusionist, The Italian Job, Primal Fear, and of course... Fight Club.

Why We Love Him

First, he got an Oscar nomination for Primal Fear; it was his first movie. Granted, he had been studying acting since the age of 8 when allegedly he asked his elementary drama teacher what his motivation in a scene was, but you know. Second, he has a history degree from Yale, is exceedingly active in environmental and social issues (his grandfather has an affordable housing foundation), and generously donates to charities on a regular basis. Third, he's good. Like, really really three-Oscar-nominations good. 


Eddie Redmayne

Where We've Seen Him

The Theory of Everything, The Danish Girl, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and Les Miserables.

Why We Love Him

He's adorable... so awkward you want to pat him on the head like he's a dog, but he was also a hot male model for awhile. It's so WEIRD. How can someone be so hot and so awkward at the same time? He's only 35 with an Oscar, several nominations, and a promising career the rest of us can't wait to enjoy. Love the guy. And I have a major crush on his wife, Hannah Bagshawe. Do a Google Image search, and be stunned by her effortless beauty and ability to wear the worst olive color ever and still look stunning.


Voting is over! Congratulations, Eddie Redmayne!

Monday Morning's Magic Question

Monday Morning's Magic Question

Stupid Easy Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

Stupid Easy Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels