Each week, The People's Couch's Scott Nevins has us crushing on those adorable dimples. But as it turns out, there are also some small-screen dudes Scott is pining for. And, we have to say, he's got great taste. When the comedian stopped by The Daily Dish recently, he revealed the hotties he's DVRing on a weekly basis.
"For me, it literally is John Stamos and Rob Lowe. Grandfathered I actually loved — I thought it was really charming and funny. Those two guys, they do it for me," he said of the leading men of FOX's two new fall series, Grandfathered and The Grinder. "The fact that Rob Lowe and John Stamos are on TV [on the same night], like, my Top 2 Hollywood crushes — I obviously have a type — are on TV at the same time? My head exploded."
Scott also didn't hold back when it came to gushing about the dashing (and dangerous) dudes Ryan Murphy cast in the latest installment of AHS. "The cast of American Horror Story is just — you could make a calendar out of it and sell it. I would buy that calendar and put it on my wall: the men of American Horror Story," he explained. "When you have that many handsome talented men in one cast, like, you'd better bring it. And I don't mean sex scenes. I mean, like, bring something great. It's a sausage fest. It's unbelievable." Full disclosure: one of those handsome, talented men is a longtime pal. "Cheyenne [Jackson] is a friend of mine for years. We've known each other for 15 years and still I'm, like, sitting at the TV like, 'He is the most gorgeous man I've ever seen in my life.' And then he's doing interviews talking about how gorgeous Matt Bomer is. I was like, 'Y'all need to calm down. That's too much pretty for one interview.'"
With Season 3 of The People's Couch underway, Scott revealed the formula he believes makes the show work. "There's so many new shows and that's what makes our show better," he said. "This season everyone really stepped their game up as far as networks go. You have shows that are really intellectually smart and thrilling, and then you have really great comedies."
"When the TV shows are good, our show is good; when they're great, our show is great," he continued. "But on the flip side of that, also bad TV makes our show great. And by bad TV, I mean not the big, Game of Thrones-success [shows]. I'm talking about these little shows that are so quirky and weird. Like I always say Sex Sent Me to the ER — could you imagine that pitch meeting? Blake and Emerson and I love that stuff."
Check out Scott, along with his partners in crime, Blake and Emerson, below.