Alan Thicke died in December 2016 and you’d think seventeen months might be enough time for loved ones to fight over the deceased’s money and move on with their lives, but his widow Tanya Callau is still fighting over money with his sons Robin and Brennan Thicke.
Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan have been trying really hard to paint Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau as a demon from Gold Digging Hell. They’ve accused her of threatening to call the tabloids unless the details of her prenup were changed, and have threatened to sue to keep her hands off Alan’s estate. Tanya shot back, accusing them of launching a smear campaign against her, and confessed that she and Alan were trying to have a child before he died.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand tells TMZ that the reason why Robin and Brennan are smearing Tanya’s name has nothing to do with wanting more from the estate; they’re just seeking revenge on her because she won’t let them grow pot at Alan’s Santa Barbara ranch. There’s a Growing Pains joke in there somewhere, I know it.
Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau is currently at risk of being sued by Alan’s oldest two sons Brennan and Robin Thicke for alleged acts of gold digging. Brennan and Robin claim that Tanya is trying to get more money from Alan’s estate five months after his death. They also accuse her of threatening to go to the tabloids with her story unless they gave her more money.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand released a statement yesterday accusing Robin and Brennan of being the ones to run to the press with their family drama, and denying she has gold digger motivations. Tanya has more to say about those allegations, and she said it to TMZ.
Who knew that picture of Alan Thicke and his third wife Tanya Callau at Family Feud would foreshadow what was to be. Five months after Alan Thicke died, his family is feuding over his money. The Hollywood Reporter says that Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan Thicke are taking Tanya to court over his estate and accusing her of trying to get her paws on their dad’s money.
We’ll never be able to show anyone that smile again and it’s all because that wretched trash monster of awfulness known as 2016 has struck again. Alan Thicke, who played one of the greatest (and hottest) TV dads of the 80s, died today at the age of 69. It gets sadder, Alan Thicke had a heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son Carter. He was taken to Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Burbank, CA where he was pronounced dead.
TMZ says that Alan and Carter were playing at around 11 this morning when he started to have chest pains and eventually vomited. An ambulance took him to the hospital 30 minutes later. Many didn’t believe the news at first, because a tweet came from Alan’s account at around 2pm PST. But Alan’s rep confirmed to People that the world has lost a Canadian legend.
Alan started off as a game show host in his homeland of Canada before he went off to Hollywood. Norman Lear hired Alan to host a game show that I never knew existed but wish I could binge-watch tonight. The show was called Fernwood-2-Night and it was a talk show based on characters from the cult gem Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Alan hosted a few more game shows, including Thicke of the Night, before he was cast as psychiatrist and DILF Jason Seaver on Growing Pains. Alan played Jason Seaver for all 7 seasons of Growing Pains.
After Growing Pains, Alan guest starred on a million other shows like Married…with Children, The Bold and the Beautiful and How I Met Your Mother. This year, he was on episodes of Fuller House and This Is Us.
Alan and his ex-wife Gloria Loring (Robin Thicke’s mom) worked together to create some of the diamonds in the TV show theme song treasure chest. They wrote the theme songs for Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes.
Alan Thicke is survived by his wife Tanya Callau and his three kids, Robin, Brennan and Carter.
Rest in peace, Alan Thicke. Thank you for everything, especially this perfection:
If that headline made your clit skedaddle up into your body, you might be able to coax it back out with a GIF of Charlie Hunnam’s humping ass. But who knows if that will even do it. It knows things now and it’s not sure the world is safe as long as Alan Thicke is orgasming as his son yodels out a high-pitched castration wail.
In “sometimes the sleazy, gross apple doesn’t fall far from the sleazy, gross tree” news, Alan Thicke and his wife Tanya Callau just had to let it be known that Robin Thicke’s song “Sex Therapy” is like musical Viagra to them. That’s funny, because to me, any Robin Thicke song has the opposite of effect on my fuck parts. While talking to UsWeekly, Alan said that when he and Tanya really want to go to Fucktown, they put on his son’s song. Suck down an entire bottle of Dramamine, because this mess will bring the heaves:
In this week’s Loose Talk video, Alan, 68, and his wife, Tanya Callau, 40, admit that they aren’t afraid to get busy in the boudoir with son Robin Thicke’s music in the background. “When we do get freaky, we love [Robin’s song] ‘Sex Therapy,'” Callou, Alan’s wife of 10 years, told Us. “You have to admit, it’s a great song to get in the mood.”
Thanks to Robin and Tanya, that song is now a great song to get you in the mood to barf your insides out.
Some people like to get off to Marvin Gaye and Alan likes to get off to Robin Thicke. Since he’s into using really cheap imitations for sex tools, I’m sure he uses Dollar Tree lotion instead of lube and drinks Taco Bell Fly instead of Spanish Fly.
And of course, Robin Thicke had something to say about this:
Since they’re both gross, I bet Robin Thicke puts on his dad’s song “Hot and Sweaty” when he wants to get sexy. Me too, actually.