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Watercooler: Glee's Valentine... Heart It or Hate It?

Damian McGinty, Vanessa Lengies, Kevin McHale

Things we hearted about Glee's Valentine's Day episode...
-Brittany and Santana earning their serenade, despite Principal Figgins' gaycism.
-Mercedes' "I Will Always Love You."
-Sam's single tear during Mercedes' "I Will Always Love You."
-Karofsky being a viable contender as Kurt's secret admirer.
-Very little Schue.
-The long-awaited arrival of The Glee Project's co-winner Samuel Larsen as the hippie holy roller.
-The longer-awaited departure of The Glee Project's underused co-winner Damian McGinty.
-The fact that Breadstix gets bigger and bigger every time the gang performs there.
-The Whitney Houston dedication card in the closing credits.

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Tuesday On TV: Cougar Town Returns! Plus: Southland, Justified

Courtney Cox, Josh Hopkins

Now here's about the nicest Valentine's Day present anyone could hope for: the long-awaited return of Cougar Town, a show that's so much fun to love, you can't help but wonder if ABC kept it off the air so long just to make our hearts grow fonder. read more

Glee Sneak Peek: Samuel Larson Makes His Debut! Plus: Rachel's Dads Arrive!

Glee

It's Valentine's Day at McKinley High — and apparently it's all about Rachel Berry.

Glee Spoiler Pics! Ricky Martin, Rachel's two dads, Mercedes' choice

In the Glee sneak peeks below, New Directions and Glee Project co-winner Samuel Larson sing Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts," to the newly engaged Berry. Plus: Rachel's dads (Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell) make their debut to celebrate Rachel and Finn's big news. Check out the sneak peeks below: read more

Glee Spoiler Pics! Ricky Martin, Rachel's Two Dads, Mercedes' Choice

Heather Morris, Ricky Martin and Harry Shum Jr.

There are a few especially exciting fresh faces coming to Glee in the coming weeks, but thankfully you don't have to wait to see them in action. In these first look images from upcoming episodes, "The Spanish Teacher" and "Heart," guest stars Ricky Martin, Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell all make their series debuts. As first rumored in November, Martin will stop by... read more

Glee First Look: Meet Rachel's Two Dads!

Glee, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Lea Michele and Jeff Goldblum

Now doesn't this look like one big Berry happy family?

Two days after it was revealed that Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell will play Rachel's dads on Glee, the two reported to set Thursday and took part in a family portrait with star Lea Michele.

"This is definitely going to be the best day ever," she tweeted Thursday. "Getting ready to shoot my first... read more

Glee Reveals Rachel's Dads!

Jeff Goldblum; Brian Stokes Michell

After much speculation, Glee has cast (and revealed the identities of) Rachel's gay dads.

Law & Order alum Jeff Goldblum and Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell have landed the roles, TVLine reports. read more

Ugly Betty Casts Tony Winner as Willie's Ex

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Ugly Betty might be bringing out a softer side of Wilhelmina Slater (Vanessa Williams) with the introduction of an ex, played by Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Mitchell, 52, joins Betty as... read more

Rain Man Paul Rudd Hits the Road

Paul Rudd

Not anxious to brave the roads this long holiday weekend? IFC has the perfect compromise: Wanderlust (premiering May 29 at 9 pm/ET), an original documentary detailing Hollywood's many and great road movies, with insightful commentary from such heavyweights as Dennis Hopper (Easy Rider), Alexander Payne ( read more

White House Mess
Can Geena’s administration be saved?

With all the behind-the-scenes turmoil during Commander in Chief’s freshman (and potentially only) season (Thursdays at 10 pm/ET on ABC), you’d think Roseanne had been named president. For a show to fall from Golden Globe-winning hit to on-the-bubble underdog in a single year is pretty remarkable. But that’s what's happened. When Commander launched last fall, it was a glossy, entertaining melodrama about the turbulent adjustment to White House life for Mackenzie Allen (Geena Davis) — a glamorously and defiantly Independent vice president — and her young, telegenic family. The mix of domestic and political drama was just different enough read more

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