This Is Why You Recognize the Young Actress in I, Tonya

Excitement has been building for I, Tonya, the true (and unsettling) story of Olympians Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan.

Margot Robbie plays Harding, and you’ll recognize some other faces like Allison Janney as Tonya’s mother and Sebastian Stan as Jeff Gillooly. A lightbulb may also go off when you see the girl who plays young Tonya Harding, Mckenna Grace. Though she’s only 11 years old, she has quite the resume!

Grace spent years on the kids’ show Crash & Bernstein, beginning in 2012. But her first big-name show was The Young and the Restless, where she appeared in more than 50 episodes starting in 2013.

In 2014, Grace appeared on an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The following year, she acted alongside Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley in two episodes of The Vampire Diaries. In both of these series, she played the young version of another character, so we guess you could say she’s been gearing up for the Young Tonya role from the start.

More recently, Grace has made various appearances in Netflix’s Full House spinoff, Fuller House. She also appeared as a child genius in the 2017 film Gifted, alongside onscreen uncle Chris Evans.

Coming up, you’ll see Grace in more episodes of ABC’s Designated Survivor, adding to more than a dozen she’s been in already. She’s also set to be in The Haunting of Hill House, a pre-production TV series.

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Rhoda Young, the volunteer news reporter that should have EVERY single network on the planet throwing multi-million dollar deals at her!

Rhoda Young has been an amateur news reporter in the Norfolk, Virginia area for a minute and she regularly uses Facebook Live to tell the people what’s going on, but on November 27, she went pro and became a star in a big way when she and her husband rolled up on a house fire. Rhoda put the following people out of jobs: local news reporters (because she showed up to the scene first), the fire chief (because she told the firefighters what to do), the cops (because she directed traffic) and detectives (because she solved the whole damn case). Rhoda is Murphy Brown and Jessica Fletcher, and she does it all with so much fire that the flames shooting off of that house got jealous of her.

Rhoda tells The Virginian-Pilot that she and her husband Steven were on the way to the bank when they saw a cloud of black smoke wafting up into the sky. Since she is a serious journalist who knows that the story must always come first, she pressed the stop button on her errands and used her phone to report on the house fire. Rhoda streamed her news report live on Facebook, and after some technical difficulties, she opened with the line that I hope will become her catchphrase for decades to come:

“We’re on the scene of this bitch!”

In between giving the people the facts they need, she directed the firefighters to put some water on that fire and ran for her life when she thought the electrical wires were going to come down. But it wasn’t until Rhoda came along an ALLEGEDLY drunk dude drinking PBR on the lawn that her report became a live and much more riveting version of Dateline NBC. While talking to the PBR drinker, she found out that burning house was his and he was inside when the fire started. Rhoda Young put her investigative journalist skills to work and when she added up his burnt fucking pants + his singed fucking hair + him drinking fucking PBR + him being in the fucking house when it caught on fire, she got: ARSON!

Rhoda told her loyal viewers that she believes he started the fire, and then she told a fire department official the same thing. Turns out, Rhoda Young may have very well graduated with honors from Detective LaToya’s Online School of Getting To The Bottom of EVERYTHING, because the man was arrested and charged with burning an occupied dwelling.

I’d like to see Christiane Amanpour do that!

Someone put together the greatest moments of Rhoda’s report and put it on YouTube, but I know you’ve got nothing to do (I mean, you are reading Dlisted), so you should really watch all 55 uncut minutes of her important investigative report. That “thankful” filter is a perfect touch, because I am thankful this exists. But Peabody Award hopefuls aren’t thankful this exists, because Rhoda Young just ended their dreams of getting an award next year.

Rhoda Young, who works in transportation, says she’d love to have a career in reporting.

I was going to say that NBC News should quickly snatch Rhoda Young up and hire her as Matt Lauer’s replacement, but she’s too good to do in-studio fluff. Rhoda Young needs to be where the action is! I can’t wait to turn on CNN and see Rhoda roll up to the West Bank to cover the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and say, “We’re on the scene of this bitch!

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Raise Your Hand If You’ve Been Personally Victimized by Frosty the Snowman’s Melting Scene

The 1969 animated Frosty the Snowman film will go down in history as one of the best holiday films of all time, but it will also go down in history as one of the films that scarred me (and apparently many others) most as a child. I was probably around 7 or 8 when I first saw it on TV. My favorite Christmas movie at the time was How the Grinch Stole Christmas — I’ve always appreciated how deliciously petty he is, robbing people blind because they dare to be in a good mood — but I thought watching something «lighter» and «happier» with no «sad parts» would be a nice departure. Boy, was I wrong.

Frosty was just too good of a soul; he cared so much about Karen that he sacrificed his own holly, jolly life to keep her warm.

Spoiler alert: Frosty dies. He is viciously murdered by an evil magician named Professor Hinkle, who wants Frosty’s magical top hat so badly that he traps him and his friend Karen in a greenhouse while she tries to get warm from the cold. I grew up in Boston, so I was quite familiar with the concept of snow melting and leaving water behind — which is why, when Frosty walked into that greenhouse, I knew he wasn’t going to come out alive. And I cried. I cried a lot. Frosty was just too good of a soul; he cared so much about Karen that he sacrificed his own holly, jolly life to keep her warm. And now he’s dead, and Karen has to live with that guilt for the rest of her life. How many of your friends would melt for you?!

Karen, sobbing over the death of her best friend after he was taken down by a monster in a waistcoat.

I guess what I’m trying to say is that Frosty melting in that damn greenhouse caused mental anguish that has stayed with me throughout my life. OK, sure, Santa shows up at the end to drag the hell out of Professor Hinkle and bring Frosty back to life, but I was still curled up in a ball mourning his traumatic demise by the time that happened.

The whole situation forced me to think about death and rebirth, made me painfully aware of the devastating effects that climate change can cause, and taught me that magicians can be horrible people. I hope that anyone else who was personally victimized by Frosty’s untimely death has been able to find some peace over the years, but if you haven’t, just know that you’re not alone. And if you need a good cry this holiday season, Frosty the Snowman will definitely get the waterworks flowing.

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Bob’s Burgers on Fox at 8:30pm ET. One-hour 8th season fall finale at a special time. Man, they cannot leave this show alone, can they? I swore it was always on before The Simpsons and I’m sure a lot of you did too. Surprise!

Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Miracle: The Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas on Hallmark Movie Channel at 9:00pm ET. This title seems to fit at least three very different television events.

A Royal Christmas Ball on Ion at 9:00pm ET. Original telefilm. I find Ion the most baffling TV network because it’s a lot of stuff that seems gently religious in that way that the «coffeehouse» your friend in college took you to was actually a ministry with guitars but it took you half an hour to figure that out. Yet at the same time they run huge chunks of Law & Order: SVU and Criminal Minds in the evenings most of the time. So it’s 50/50 on whether you’ll get nice, white, upper middle class people having the tiniest of problems that will be solved with love and trust or gruesome murders and sex crimes. Tonight is apparently nice, white, upper middle class people having tiny problems at Christmas time.

The Walking Dead on AMC at 9:00pm ET. 90 minute 8th season fall finale.

Robot Chicken on Adult Swim at 11:30pm ET. Ninth season premiere.


Kacie McDonnell Went As Mrs. Claus At A Christmas Boat Party

The last we heard from Kacie McDonnell was back in November when word dropped that her and Eric Hosmer were getting heated up again. Of course you remember the extensive coverage we have provided of those two from back in the KC days. Then things got quiet again. Kacie went back to the work grind, doing what studio hosts do. Grind, grind, grind.

And then my old friend Scott in Houston sent word last night that Kacie was dressed as Mrs. Claus on a boat in Florida.

Instant post material.

There’s a way to make a statement for Christmas. This is it.

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As for where Hosmer will land in free agency…Boston is in play…Kacie works at NESN.

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Open Post: Hosted By This Poor Dog Trying To Get A Stick Across A Bridge


This poor pooch’s owners are assfaces. This isn’t cute! He wants to bring his big stick with him across the bridge and it won’t fit. And dogs don’t know the concept of sideways! And this witch holding the camera is giggling at him. She could at least walk her ass up and carry it across for him. It’s not like he knows geometry or spatial relations. She’s laughing like it’s a cat on a Roomba. She’s a sadist and so is that dude on the other side of the bridge urging the dog to come to him. Does PETA or the ASPCA know about this? It might not be on the level of staging dog fights but think about a canine’s dignity. Switch his damn stick out for a shorter one! I hope one day she’s trying to get into her prom dress to see if it still fits and she’s having a little difficulty and she hears snickering. And upon turning around, she sees her dog training this camera on her and mocking her with his cruel giggling. Karma’s going to bill you, Cruella DeVille!

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The Mountain’s Tiny Girlfriend, SNL Skewers Matt Lauer With Toy Skit & Chris Bosh Wants $18M

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ALL EYES ON BUFFALO TODAY: I know it’s Colts-Bills at 1 p.m. from Orchard Park, but there’s a massive lake effect snow band that’s on the way during the game and there’s already 6 inches or so already on the stands. The local weather bros are losing their minds. It’s going to be content gold. You’ll also get Ravens-Steelers tonight at 8:30 on NBC. Find a nice spot on the couch to stay warm.

The Mountain from GOT finds love & she’s 5’2″

SNL’s Matt Lauer skit was legit funny w/sex toy jokes

Vols DB Rashaan Gaulden goes after Herbstreit

Chris Bosh wants $ 18M for his Miami house that’s not a drug den

TE says he’ll sign with Vols if fans get him to 20k followers

This Oklahoma dog ate 21 pacifiers, got a stomach ache, doctor removed pacifiers, all seems good now

This Florida Man (look at that beard) arrested for pistol whipping woman over KFC

Here’s Emily from Oklahoma

Most Absurd Local TV News Report of the Weekend…Watch This Mess

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Bills Mafia Week 14 Tailgating Highlights

It’s a snow day in Buffalo, which means the Bills Mafia tailgate is going to get that much weirder. I’m guessing some creative drinking games will take place and maybe an inappropriate snowman or two will make an appearance.

We posted about the ticket prices to this game earlier in the week being so low because who honestly wants to sit in the snow and watch a Bills-Colts game? But tailgating is a whole different story. When it snows, it turns up to 11 in The Ralph parking lots. Then you might as well just go home and watch the game on TV.

Let’s get on to the tailgate highlights:

First table goes down

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The Mafia flag is fire

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Table #2 meets its maker

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Dizzy bat is always a good idea in the snow

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A couple more tables get murdered

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This guy is in heaven

That’s a husband and wife

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They’ve upgraded to grills

Colts fans get in on the action

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Texans Fail, Allow Tom Savage to Return to Game After Obvious Concussion

It’s well known that the NFL’s concussion protocol is an absolute joke and that players are recklessly okayed to return to play all the time. We had another horrifying example of this today when Texans quarterback Tom Savage took a huge hit from the 49ers’ Elvis Dumervil and literally started convulsing on the field (see above).

Now suffering a seizure on the field should sideline a player indefinitely, right? Wrong! Savage returned to this meaningless game for a brief period before eventually leaving for the locker room. He was diagnosed with a concussion, to which we all say “No ****.”

Savage was 6-12 and threw for 63 yards before exiting this game way too late.

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Freddie Highmore Has This Special Title From His Bates Motel Mom, and Other Fun Facts

Freddie Highmore may be young, but he’s extremely talented. The English actor has been in the spotlight for most of his life, and has managed to score some iconic roles in the process. Aside from playing Charlie in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Norman Bates on Bates Motel, Freddie is breaking new ground with his starring role as Shaun Murphy on ABC’s The Good Doctor. Not only is he brilliant on screen, but he’s pretty fascinating off screen as well. Did you know that he’s a Cambridge graduate? Or that he refuses to use social media? See even more facts ahead.

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