On Supernatural's upcoming Western-themed episode, Dean and Sam aren't the only ones facing a life or death showdown.
After Castiel (Misha Collins) sends the Winchesters (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki) back in time to follow up on a clue from Samuel Colt's diary, he continues with his own efforts to build up a supernatural army. As the season has been progressing, however, more and more of his actions have become suspect.
Jerry Seinfeld, Donald Trump
Donald Trump wants a divorce... from Jerry Seinfeld's show The Marriage Ref after the comedian pulled out of an upcoming charity benefit for Trump's son.
Trump fired off a letter Wednesday after Seinfeld canceled his planned appearance at a Sept. 13 event benefiting the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for the Eric Trump Foundation, the New York Post reports. The comedian reportedly backed out in response to Trump's questioning of President Barack Obama's citizenship.
Move over, Will Ferrell. You're not the only one eyeing a job at The Office.
Jim Carrey will join the growing list of guest stars dropping by Dunder Mifflin, EW reports. He'll appear in the season finale as someone vying for Michael Scott's (Steve Carell) management position.
Carter Oosterhouse and Amy Smart
Amy Smart is enjoying another benefit of being green: Her fiancé.
The Just Friends star and HGTV's Carter Oosterhouse are engaged, reports Us Weekly. The couple met at a green-charity event in November 2010.
Anson Williams, Don Most, Marion Ross, Erin Moran
The Happy Days cast is decidedly unhappy about not winning the jackpot on merchandise using their likenesses on slot machines, comic books, lunch boxes and other collectibles.
Erin Moran, Donny Most, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and the estate of the late Tom Bosley claim that CBS, which owns the show, hasn't paid them money they're owed under their contracts, CNN reports. Their attorney, Jon Pfeiffer, filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen
Despite refusing a court-ordered drug test, Brooke Mueller will maintain custody of the twin boys she shares with ex Charlie Sheen, the New York Daily News reports.
Sheen wanted to remove Mueller's legal and physical custody of their 2-year-old sons, Bob and Max. But in a hearing Tuesday, judge Hank Goldbert decided to keep the couple's private custody agreement the same.
It looks like the Jersey Shore cast will have lots more free time for gym, tan and laundry now that the mayor of Florence, Italy has laid down a few restrictions on their visit to the motherland.
Mayor Matteo Renzi has drafted a set of rules that The Situation and friends will have to abide by when they visit Florence for the show's fourth season, the New York Post reports.