In the third-season finale, many of the Walkers find themselves having trouble communicating. Nora struggles against the language barrier to track down Tommy in Mexico, Kitty and Robert can't agree on the terms of the separation Kitty proposed, and Justin and Rebecca can't quite get on the same page about their engagement/marriage. Plus, Kevin has to work through his beef with Tommy, Saul has to make a difficult decision about Ryan and Holly struggles with Rebecca's impulsiveness. So how did this up-and-down season wrap up? Let's find out.
Stanley Tucci and wife Kate
Kate Tucci, the wife of Emmy-winning actor Stanley Tucci, has died after battling cancer.
Married for 14 years, the couple had three children together. Kate died last week, and a wake was held for her over the weekend.
"My wife was an extraordinary person who showed us all what great strength is," Tucci told the New York Post.
Tucci, a star of stage and screen, won
Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal
Ryan O'Neal, the longtime partner of Farrah Fawcett, is opening up about his heartbreak over the actress' ongoing cancer battle for the first time.
"It's a love story. I just don't know how to play this one. I won't know this world without her," O'Neal told People. "Cancer is an insidious enemy."
The magazine said O'Neal was emotional and often teary-eyed throughout the interview, during which he revealed that Fawcett is now on bed rest and running out of treatment options. "The doctors see that she is comfortable," O'Neal said. "Farrah is on IVs, but some of that is for nourishment. The treatment has pretty much ended."
O'Neal said Fawcett's golden locks are gone, but ...
This critical results show was packed with tons of musical performances, but for one of our four hopefuls, the music stopped. So who rocked the stage and who rolled out the door after a record-setting 64 million votes were cast? Let's find out.
Steven Pasquale and John Scurti, Rescue Me
Rescue Me fans have laughed at Sean Garrity for five seasons, but with the revelation in Tuesday's episode that Garrity has kidney cancer, Steven Pasquale's character will be more than just a punch line.
Despite the heavy subject matter, Pasquale says playing this story arc is "great fun." He particularly enjoyed the emotional breakdown at the doctor's office when Garrity learns his problems are more serious than just back pain. "I've been playing such comic relief on the show for so many years that it was good to get back to having some really serious material for a couple of episodes," Pasquale told TVGuide.com.
But don't look for Garrity to stay weepy ...
Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey
Jessica Simpson's televised marriage to boy bander Nick Lachey may have fizzled out, but Simpson says she has no regrets.
Simpson opens up about her love life in the June issues of Vanity Fair. The singer-actress-blondeshell admits she hasn't talked to Lachey "in years," but she says their MTV show, Newlyweds, taught her the value of good relationships.
"It made me understand what marriage is, what love is, what commitment is," Simpson tells the magazine. "In all honesty, I believe it did not affect our marriage. Because we enjoyed watching those episodes, and that will always be a time I cherish."
Simpson also said that getting married at a young age was something that ...
The filming of Mad Men's third season just began Monday, and there's already a new face in the Sterling Cooper office.
Jared Harris has joined the acclaimed AMC drama for a 10-episode arc, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Harris will play Lane Pryce, Sterling Cooper's financial officer.
Harris recently appeared in a guest arc on Fringe and in the Oscar-winning film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The British actor also just signed on ...
American Idol Season 7 winner David Cook opened up about the death of his brother, Adam, and vowed to continue his fight for others battling cancer.
Cook thanked his fans for their support on his official website, and explained why he wasn't with his brother when he died. Cook had flown into Washington, D.C., to participate in the 12th Annual Race for Hope 5K on Sunday.
"I decided to run in the race, despite all of this, for two reasons," Cook wrote. "First, my brother never wanted his illness to affect others... So, with that wish in mind, I ran and was involved with the event as an homage to him... Secondly, there are many people who are still battling, and by running and sharing my brother's story, I hope that it offers those still fighting that much more resolve to not succumb to this wretched disease."
Season 7 Idol runner-up David Archuleta applauded ...
Paula Abdul is going to be a different kind of vocal on Wednesday's American Idol results show.
The singer-dancer-judge will perform her new single, "I'm Just (Here for the Music)," live on the Idol stage, Abdul confirmed on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show Tuesday. The single also made its world premiere on Seacrest's show. (Listen to the song here.)
Abdul said she was hesitant to take up the show's producers when they made the last-minute offer. "I wasn't sure if I was going to do it. Timing was of the essence," she said. "I put everything together on Saturday and rehearsed on Sunday. It was really good, and I am feeling good about it... There's a lot to see in less than three minutes."
No Doubt and Daughtry ...
Kate and Jon Gosselin
As nearly 60 percent of voters in a TVGuide.com poll said they want to see Jon and Kate Gosselin address a photo scandal on their show, Jon & Kate Plus 8 , the woman at the center of it all called the infidelity rumors "absurd."
Deanna Hummel, the 23-year-old woman who appeared in the photos with the married father of eight, told People there's absolutely no romantic connection between the two. "We're just friends," she said. "It's absurd that anyone would think otherwise."
Hummel, who is single, said she met Gosselin, 32, through a mutual friend a couple of months ago, and the two have hung out a few times. Those instances, which included nights out and visits to one another's homes, were always innocent and in group settings, Hummel says...