Rip Torn pleaded not guilty to burglary and gun charges related to his Jan. 29 arrest inside a bank after business hours, according to The Associated Press.
State police say Torn broke into the Litchfield Bancorp branch with a loaded gun because he was so intoxicated that he believed the bank was his Salisbury, Conn. home. The Emmy-winning actor, 79, was charged with burglary, criminal trespass, criminal mischief, carrying a gun without a permit, and...
For this week's task, each team must create a four-page advertorial to explain and educate about Norton antivirus products.
Tenacity designates Summer as their project manager, which makes perfect sense after she earned strong marks as a product ambassador for Kodak last week. Rocksolid chooses Michael to head up the task. Aside from the new project managers, a lot of this episode plays like a bad repeat of last week. During the time with the Norton executive, Cyndi keeps side-tracking the discussion with random and idiotic questions, and on the guys' team, Bret is also a major distraction.
The end of 24's on Fox doesn't mean fans have seen the last of Jack Bauer.
In the series' cancellation announcement, star Kiefer Sutherland sounded confident about a potential 24 movie. "Looking ahead to the future, Howard Gordon and I are excited about the opportunity to create the feature film version...
After suffering what turned out to be a torn anterior cruciate ligament in last week's reward challenge on Survivor, James Clement seemed like a dead man walking. With four immunity-challenge losses to the Villains tribe, the last thing the Heroes needed was to keep an injured player. However, thanks to his strong alliance within the tribe, James was saved and Tom Westman was eliminated. Unfortunately, even after Colby Donaldson made a speech to the Heroes tribe about his impending exit, James was the one voted out because of his knee injury. The 32-year-old Clement spoke with TVGuide.com about Colby's lackadaisical attitude, his argument with Stephenie LaGrossa and who he thinks is the "Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of Survivor."
At the beginning of the episode, it's 15 years earlier, and Aaron is in jail. Tracy visits him (braces and all), and he promises to do everything he can to get out on parole. Unfortunately, the minute she goes to leave, a guard begins to talk about her curves and Aaron quickly loses his cool. Cut to present day, where Tracy is the one in trouble when Aaron finds her drinking away her problems at a local dive bar...
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains - Tyson Apostol
After a week off, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains returned with ousters on both the Villains and the Heroes tribe. On the Villains team, Russell Hantz returned to his Samoa glory days when he pulled out a hidden immunity idol after getting a warning from "Boston Rob" Mariano. However, Russell floored his tribe mates when he opted against using the idol to save himself, instead saving ally Parvati Shallow. The move could have cost Russell his spot on the island, but the big move sent rival Tyson Apostol home instead. The 30-year-old spoke with TVGuide.com about why he...