Dr. Ann Bellowes is thrown for a major loop — yep, another one — when State of Mind (Sunday, 10 pm/ET, Lifetime), the quirky drama starring perennial scene-stealer Lili Taylor as a therapist with personal problems that rival those of her patients, closes out its first season tonight. Taylor opened up to us about the character and her own life.
TV Guide: Have you ever been in therapy? Lili Taylor: Oh, yeah! I've been doing it so many years. You can look at it as an expensive conversation, but if it makes you feel better, it's worth it.
TV Guide: Did playing a therapist give you a better understanding of your own relationship with author Nick Flynn?Taylor: It made me have a healthy respect for relationships and to not take them for granted. It made me ask, "Do I have
Giada De Laurentiis has pasta in her blood. Years ago, her grandfather, legendary Hollywood producer Dino De Laurentiis, ran Italian restaurants in New York and Beverly Hills. While other kids frolicked on playgrounds, De Laurentiis hung out in her nonno's kitchens. After graduating from famed Le Cordon Bleu International Culinary School in Paris, she moved back to L.A., where she eventually opened her own catering business. Today, the 34-year-old chef shares her family recipes on Food Network's Everyday Italian (Saturdays, noon/ET) and in her new best-selling cookbook of the same name. TV Guide: What makes Everyday Italian different from all of the other cooking shows on TV?Giada De Laurentiis: I've created recipes and simplified them with ingredients you can find at your local grocery store. It's fine to use marinara sauce from a jar — if that's the only way I can get you into t
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