'Blue Mountain State's' Alan Ritchson can now say, 'I ate goat balls'

In the first part of our "Drinking with the Stars" with Alan Ritchson at Eva Longoria's Hollywood restaurant, Beso, Zap2it's Jethro Nededog and Carina Adly MacKenzie spoke to him about playing "Smallville's" Aquaman. In Part 2 above, we chatted about his starring role on Spike TV's "Blue Mountain State." In the comedy that follows an outrageous college football team in their quest for beer, women and a college championship, Ritchson plays Thad Castle - the overzealous team captain. "The antics I get away with," Ritchson says of the "BMS" role. "Stuff you can't get away with in real life." And while he plays the part to the hilt, Ritchson says he doesn't share a lot in common with Thad, but he does get him. To Read More Click Here.

Denise Richards Plays Sex-Mad Ex in 'Blue Mountain State'

Former Bond girl Denise Richards has joined the cast of risque U.S. TV comedy "Blue Mountain State" for the raunchy series' second season. The actress will play the sex-mad ex-wife of a football coach who seduces quarterback Alex Moran (Darin Brooks) on the Animal House-inspired show set on the campus of fictional Blue Mountain State college. Her ex on the show is played by former "Hill Street Blues" regular Ed Marinaro, a former running backfor the Minnesota Vikings. Richards tells the USA Today newspaper, "It's a fun, over-the-top show. I enjoyed pushing the envelope, being a little inappropriate." "Blue Mountain State" is Richards' return to scripted TV as she previously starred on reality TV shows - "Denise Richards: It's Complicated" and "Dancing with the Stars". On this, she says, "I love reality, but I love acting, and it's nice to get back into it. Hopefully, I can do more." Source Here