Shelley and Nici
When Shelley and Nici said they drove around Morocco aimlessly for three hours onThe Amazing Race, it was no exaggeration. "We ended up lost for four, so we undersold it," Shelley tells TVGuide.com. "We knew we were going home. The only way we would've survived is if there was a non-elimination, but they had just had one." The mother-daughter bid farewell under much quieter circumstances than their massive Pit Stop blow-up two legs prior and followed Keith and Whitney out, just one leg after their mat spat. See what else Shelley had to say about their final leg — which she hasn't watched — why they didn't purposely target Keith and Whitney for the U-Turn last week and if Nici, who was unavailable for this interview, peed during any other tasks.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's episode of How to Get Away with Murder. Read at your own risk.]
Is Doucheface the new Pornstache? Matt McGorry thinks so.
"He's the Pornstache of How to Get Away with Murder," the actor tells TVGuide.com, comparing his Murder character — Asher Millstone, aka Doucheface — to the mustachioed prison guard played by Pablo Schreiber on Orange Is the New Black, on which McGorry also stars. "Pornstache is more sadistic than Asher," McGorry goes on to explain, "but you see him falling in love with Daya [on Orange]. With Asher, you get moments of humanity like that as well."
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Thomas Gibson's third stint in the director's chair on Criminal Minds turned into a family affair.
Not only is Hotch's (Gibson) son Jack (Cade Owens) back in the episode (Wednesday, 9/8c, CBS), but his real son, Travis, guest-stars in the episode, and his daughter, Agatha, makes a cameo as well as a trick-or-treater.
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"Travis said to me after two days, 'Dad, can I go to school online ...
Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sean Giambrone
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss a Goldbergs homage.
That's right. The Goldbergs will take on Ferris Bueller's Day Off for its anticipated John Hughes tribute episode, TVGuide.com has learned.
What's up with time-jump bangs?
"Ferris Bueller exuded cool. He got the girl, he had the epic day off, he outsmarted his teachers, parents, siblings and classmates," creator Adam F. Goldberg said in a statement. "And the way John Hughes captured ...