True Blood, Marshall Allman
True Blood's Tommy Mickens (Marshall Allman) has finally found a family this season — albeit an unconventional one. Unfortunately, Maxine Fortenberry's tendency to treat Tommy as a substitute Hoyt (Jim Parrack) will bring on a new set of problems in Season 4.
"What he wants deep down is a family," Allman tells TVGuide.com. "He wants to be loved, so that relationship just serves both of their needs. Max feels abandoned by Hoyt, and Tommy, even though he left his mom, feels abandoned by his mom because she chose her husband, my dad, over me."
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July 4, 2011 Newsweek
In honor of what would've been Princess Diana's 50th birthday on Friday, Newsweek released a cover depicting what the late princess might have looked like today, sparking much debate online whether the commemoration is appropriate or highly distasteful.
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On the cover (pictured left), a digitally altered photo of Diana, who died Aug. 31, 1997 after a tragic car accident in Paris, is superimposed into a shot with Duchess Catherine, aka Kate Middleton, who would have been Diana's daughter-in-law. The accompanying story...