Last week, Miggy was eliminated, leaving O'Neal to join his daughter on the Blue team. O'Neal pumps everyone up to get ready to take on the Black team. Ali meets the players in the middle of nowhere and explains that they need to learn how to lose weight while maintaining a busy "real world" schedule. What does that mean for them? "Work week," of course. The contestants will be working alongside Feed America for an eight-hour day, and they will only have access to the gym before and after work.
For the challenge this week, the teams must pull a 33,000 pound semi down a runway. While doing so, they will also collect puzzle pieces that spell out their prize: groceries for one year. After a lot of screaming and grunting, the Blue team pulls (get it?) out the win.
Sandra Bullock won the Oscar for best actress, but should she also nab the award for best dressed? Take part in our poll and tell us what you think.
Did Cameron Diaz stand out in her gold Oscar de la Renta gown? Was Up in the Air's Anna Kendrick the most dazzling in her off-the-shoulder frock? Perhaps Meryl Streep scored the most style points in sleek and sophisticated white. Or was Queen Latifah's pink gown your favorite of the night?
Trauma - Cliff Curtis
After a three-month hiatus — near cancellation — NBC's Trauma is back (Monday at 9/8c) and creator Dario Scardapane promises a much different show. Star Cliff Curtis, who plays Reuben "Rabbit" Palchuk, told TVGuide.com how the next 10 episodes will dig deeper into the characters' development and what we'll learn about Rabbit's past as well as his future with co-worker, and new love interest, Nancy (Anastasia Griffith).
TVGuide.com: How will this half of the season be different from the first half?
Cliff Curtis: The first had a very big concept that involved a lot of action and extreme circumstances with explosions. As a format it didn't leave much time per episode for getting to know the characters. The next 10 episodes we go...
The Biggest Loser, Miggy
Miggy Cancel was a fierce competitor on the Bigger Loser ranch. After an emergency appendectomy in Week 5, the 47-year-old refused to let her health issues set her back and continued to work out just a day after surgery. Unfortunately, in Week 7, the teams were split into Blue vs. Black and after losing the weigh-in, Miggy's teammates sent her packing.
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When we last saw The Biggest Loser before the Olympics, Melissa was sent home and Cheryl and Darrel were going head to head to determine which one of them also would be sent packing. After nine grueling minutes of holding up a torch, Darrel's dropped and he had to say goodbye to his daughter and fellow contestant Andrea.
The Bachelor - Jake Pavelka, Vienna
While Jake Pavelka's proposal to Vienna on Monday night's Bachelor season finale wasn't the outcome viewers may have hoped for, host Chris Harrison wants people to be "happy for them." Harrison also spoke to TVGuide.com about what he thinks of the 32-year-old pilot competing on Dancing with the Stars and Ali as the new Bachelorette, and what the best part of Jason and Molly's wedding was.
TVGuide.com: Looking back to Day 1, could you have guessed Jake would choose Vienna?
Chris Harrison: Not in a million years — Jake couldn't have guessed it...
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The Bachelor's Jake Pavelka gave out his final rose Monday night, proposing to a woman who was the least popular among TVGuide.com users.
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Culminating a season of twists and surprising exits, the 32-year-old pilot picked...
Fresh off the airing of The Bachelor's "Women Tell All" special, host Chris Harrison sat down with TVGuide.com to discuss Rozlyn Papa's bombshell claim. Plus: Harrison discusses the finale and why it's not the "most dramatic" yet, this season's dearth of hot tub scenes and why they should've made better use of...