Samantha Who?'s (Mondays at 9:30 pm/ET, ABC) mother/daughter duo, Christina Applegate and Jean Smart, dish on dating, fashion and what’s next for our favorite amnesiac.
TV Guide: Does your on-screen mother/daughter relationship extend into your off-screen lives?Jean Smart: Yes, I feel extremely maternal toward Christina. Though it is a little weird feeling maternal about her because my husband finds her very attractive.Christina Applegate: You mother me better in real life than Regina mothers Sam [on the show]!
TV Guide: Sam is getting closer and closer to her ex, nice guy Todd (Barry Watson). Jean, what kind of man would you pick for Christina?Smart: I love playing matchmaker. He’d have to be kind and very sma
The Rock of Love 2 beauties keep on giving their all to win Bret Michaels' heart (and it isn't cute).
How do you make the lead singer from an '80s hair-metal band fall for you? Two women fighting for the tan hand of Poison frontman Bret Michaels in Season 2 of VH1's Rock of Love (Sundays at 9 pm/ET) think they've found the answer: scissors. They crowd around a mirror, slicing ordinary tops into shredelicious garments of rocker seduction. "Does that look too slutty?" a blonde asks, attacking her white tank. A brunette hacks three inches off her own black fishnet shirt: "Yeah, but that's a good thing!" The fishnet scrap is wrapped around a lamp, and cleavage bounces as everyone points and laughs in delight: "Look, now the lamp looks slutty, too!"
Michaels, appearing quite self-possessed for a guy who celebrated Seaso
It's the kind of blue-skied mountains-meet-the-ocean day that Vancouver was made for. And the cast of Men in Trees (premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET ABC) is spending the whole day in a bar.
OK, so the Chieftain is not a real bar. It's a copy of a nearby bar, right down to the posters offering expert rifle cleaning and bear repellent, and it's where the fictional citizens of the fictional town of Elmo, Alaska, fictionally hang out.
But according to star Anne Heche, the friendly you-scratch-my-back-I-loan-you-my-sled-dog atmosphere that makes the ABC drama such heartwarming fun is anything but fictional.
"The cast and crew of this show really do comprise a real-life Elmo," says Heche, who plays Marin Frist, a New York City writer who finds solace, community and even love in Elmo. "We're all great friends with lots of humor and warmth betw
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