In this episode of One Tree Hill, Brooke lets go of Sam, Peyton prepares for her child's future (without her in it), Nathan makes a sacrifice to benefit his team, and Skills finally gets his kiss from Jamie's teacher.
Starring on CBS' Harper's Island — which now airs Saturdays at 9 pm/ET — is a death sentence waiting to happen. The closed-end, 13-week mystery series takes place on an island where guests of an impending wedding are being killed off one by one. Adam Campbell, who plays Cal Vandeusen, spoke to TVGuide.com about what it's like to work on a show where your fate isn't sealed, what we can expect from upcoming episodes, and why none of the wedding guests have yet to notice their friends are disappearing.
TVGuide.com: You have a pretty comedic past. How did you end up on a mystery series?
Adam Campbell: When I first read it, the role was written quite...
Looking to lose those last ten pounds, but not give up your favorite foods? Lifetime may have your solution with its new show Cook Yourself Thin. Taking real women who are looking to drop baby weight, get ready for an impending reunion, or perhaps have just let themselves go, each episode features a guest as she learns how to transform favorite (but fattening) recipes into healthy (and still tasty) fare. The viewers get to see how after six weeks the participant has progressed, and if she has kept up the healthier lifestyle. TVGuide.com spoke with one of the hosts, and former Top Chef Season 1 contestant, Candice Kumai about what sets her show apart, how you can enjoy foods you love, and why she's defending Kim Kardashian.
TVGuide.com: How is Cook Yourself Thin different from other weight-loss shows?
Candice Kumai: It's really fun, cute and creative because we take really great food and make it even better because we're making it healthy. You don't think of eating lettuce or rice cakes or depriving yourself, you think of an actual burger or fries or milkshake that you can have and actually love...
Famous for his great one-liners and infectious enthusiasm, Filipe Fa missed making it to the Biggest Loser: Couples finale by one weigh-in. Even a stellar 10-pound loss wasn't enough to keep him safe and his opponents didn't hesitate to eliminate their biggest threat. Filipe opened up to TVGuide.com about how he's inspiring his family and fellow Tongans, and why he and his cousin Sione (and Biggest Loser partner) are trash-talking their way to the at-home prize.
TVGuide.com: Going into the elimination, did you think you'd be voted out?
Filipe Fa: Going into the weigh-in, I knew that if I fell below the yellow line, I'd be going home for sure. I just knew that I was a bigger threat than...
Lauren, Lo, Stephanie and Audrina head to Hawaii to crash the boys' trip, and while at first Brody & Co. are a little annoyed, once the shots begin everyone is all lovey-dovey. Particularly Brody and Audrina, who cozy up after Audrina's sexy one-piece catches Brody's eye. To add fuel to the fire, Stephanie mentioned the possibility of them hooking up about five times throughout the trip. But as always, Audrina's got Justin Bobby in the back of her mind. Will this keep her from going for it with her "little crush?"
It was an emotional last week on The Biggest Loser ranch, filled with a lot of reflection and happy man-tears. After saying goodbye to Kristin, Mike is convinced that his dad has won the game for him. "My dad is playing chess and the others are playing checkers," he says.
The Scotts receive exciting offers, Brooke discovers something that could affect Sam in a major way, and Lucas reminiscises about a roadtrip with Peyton, all in this week's episode of One Tree Hill.
Whoever said hiring a friend at work was a good idea obviously never dealt with a Pratt. After Lauren hooked her girl Stephanie up with an internship at People's Revolution, Stephanie proved what a poor decision that really was. First she leaves her drink out on the counter causing Kelly to go off on a mini rant about garbage, and then she asks rudimentary questions about packing up a box of clothes for Kelly's client. Stephanie then proceeds to hang up the phone on someone, and if that isn't bad enough, she isn't able to recall imputing pertinent info into Filemaker. When Lauren tells her she needs to start focusing at work, Stephanie is distracted and blames her dislike of confrontation. Lauren, rightfully so, tells Steph that she's not confronting her and reminds her that if this conversation were with Kelly instead, tears would be flowing.
It's the sixteenth week on The Biggest Loser campus, and the claws are coming out. Tara lost her partner, leaving the Brown team as the only pair intact, and Tara's scared and upset that Jillian advocated for Laura to be voted out. The two talk it over, and after Jillian yells at her not to be so selfish and realize it wasn't right to keep her there with an injury, the two move on. On the other side, Kristin is also terrified that there are only three weigh-ins left and that the moment she declares how badly she wants to win, it will get yanked away.