The Daily Scoop: 2-13-15
Friday's top trending stories
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“The Daily Scoop” is a morning show segment that highlights the day’s top trending stories on social media.
More allegations against Bill Cosby
Two more women have come forward accusing comedian Bill Cosby of drugging them when they were young models.
The women, 66-year-old Linda Brown and 48-year-old Lise-Lotte Lublin, met reporters Thursday with their attorney Gloria Allred.
Both women say they blacked out after sipping drinks with Cosby. Brown also accuses the comedian of sexually assaulting her during their 1969 encounter. Lublin says she could not recall how she got home after blacking out in Cosby’s presence in 1989.Due to the statute of limitations neither woman can sue.
Some performances by Cosby scheduled for this week in California, Nevada, and Arizona have been canceled or postponed.
Through his attorney Cosby has continued to deny all the allegations against him.
Netflix “glitch” good news for House of Cards fans
Some fans of the Netflix hit “House of Cards” had an early peek at season three.
The third season of “House of Cards” was scheduled to premiere February 27th, but the first ten episodes were available on Netflix for about 20 minutes Wednesday afternoon. Netflix visitors who were able to load an episode could watch it in full, even after Netflix pulled them.
In a statement, Netflix called the early release a “technical glitch.” The official twitter account for the series sent out the following tweet – “This is Washington. There’s always a leak.”
Saturday Night Live celebrates 40 years
“Saturday Night Live” will re-air its first ever episode this Saturday in the show’s usual time slot.
Standup comedian George Carlin hosted the episode with musical guests Janis Ian and Billy Preston. It aired on October 11, 1975.
The show has released two clips from the episode, including Carlin’s monologue and Chevy Chase anchoring weekend update.