Looks like Weight Watchers is paying off for Jessica Simpson.
The mother of two is back in her Daisy Dukes after shedding an estimated 60 to 70 pounds, E! Online reports.
Actor James Rebhorn, who passed away at age 65 last week after a long battle with skin cancer, wrote his own obituary before he died. (Warning: don't read further unless you have a tissue handy.)
Judge Joe Brown
Judge Joe Brown found himself on the other side of the law on Monday.
Brown was arrested Monday in Shelby County, Tenn. for being in contempt of court, after a heated exchange during a child support case, the Washington Postreports. He was sentenced to five days in jail but was released Monday evening on his own recognizance.
David Cassidy is heading back to rehab.
The actor was sentenced to three months of live-in alcohol rehab Monday, after he pleaded no contest to DUI charges stemming from a traffic stop in January, TMZreports. He was also ordered to pay fines and enter a nine-month alcohol education program, and will be on probation for five years.
Mark Harmon, Scott Bakula
NCIS will set the stage for its upcoming New Orleans-based spin-off on Tuesday's episode (8/7c, CBS), the first of a two-parter that follows Gibbs (Mark Harmon) to the Big Easy. There, he teams up with his former colleague Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) to investigate the murder of a former NCIS member who was Pride's mentor.
It's fitting that the season premiere of Fox's The Following was titled "Resurrection," because that's been the theme this season. First, the presumed-dead Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) was revealed to be alive, and last week, we learned that Joe's wife Claire (Natalie Zea), who appeared to have been fatally stabbed in the Season 1 finale, has actually been hiding out in witness protection.
Amanda Righetti, Owain Yeoman
[Warning: This article contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk!]
Wayne Rigsby and Grace Van Pelt have left the building — for good.
Sunday's episode of The Mentalist marked a harrowing farewell to the characters played by Owain Yeoman and Amanda Righetti, who have been series regulars since the CBS drama debuted in 2008.
"I feel very satisfied that we gave the characters the conclusion that we did," Yeoman tells TVGuide.com. "We chose both the most satisfying but also the most practical way of ending their characters."