On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jake and the ladies take a road trip and more than a few women get left behind.
The first stop on the trip is to a vineyard in Santa Ynez, a fun and romantic spot for his one-on-one date with Gia. Vienna's mean side rears her ugly head as she predicts Gia's big city personality won't be able to tough it out in the vineyard. Vienna is more than wrong, as Gia and Jake click right from the start. After a very cheesy game of hide-and-seek, they play a slightly less cheesy game of spin-the-bottle and share a romantic night in front of the campfire. Gia and Jake hadn't spent a lot of time alone up to this time, but there seems to be lots of chemistry and Jake is more than happy to give her a rose at the end of the night.
Thanks to the scandalous affair between a contestant and a staff member, this season of The Bachelor has already been a bumpy, dramatic ride. And it seems things are just getting started. As the passion heats up and the number of ladies vying for Jake Pavelka's heart decrease, we talked with the Bachelor himself about breaking protocol on Monday's episode, the in-fighting between ladies in the house and his take on Rozlyn's relationship with one of the show's producers...
This week's Bachelor episode had another surprising exit when Jake asked Michelle to leave while on the group date. Host Chris Harrison chatted with TVGuide.com about Jake's no game-playing attitude, why next week's rose ceremony will feature another Bachelor first, and how Harrison is 200 percent sure the pilot will never bungee-jump again.
Mickey Rourke showed off his fashion sense by wearing gator-skinned lapels and a cowboy hat on the Golden Globes red carpet. TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison caught up with Rourke to find out how his life has changed in the past year and what it was like filming the upcoming Iron Man sequel.
Check out our top eight Golden Globe moments
Watch Rourke's interview after the jump.
It was a big night for Glee's cast, which took the Golden Globe for best TV comedy series. TV Guide Network's Carrie Ann Inaba caught up with Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Jayma Mays and Jessalyn Gilsig to get the scoop on their red carpet fashions, how the Globes compare to Broadway and more!
Check out our Golden Globes red carpet hits and misses
Watch the videos after the jump.
Chris Harrison and Carrie Ann Inaba
Are you ready for your fashion fix? Starting at 6 ET/3PT today, TVGuide.com is featuring a real-time Fashion Cam video stream capturing stars as they pose for photographers, and allowing users to weigh in with their own picks of the hits and misses via Twitter and Facebook.
Watch the Fashion Cam now
Fashion fans can also watch TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage featuring the new Hologram Glam Cam, a revolutionary 3-D tool that will generate virtual, three-dimensional images of celebrities as they are being interviewed on the red carpet by the Network's Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison.
Watch Live at the Golden Globes Red Carpet with Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison, Sunday, Jan. 17, at 6 ET/3 PT on TV Guide Network, and watch live fashion cam video of all the red carpet arrivals at TVGuide.com/fashioncam starting at 6 ET/3 PT.
Chris Harrison and Carrie Ann Inaba
If you can't get enough of the glitz and glamour on the red carpet during award shows, TV Guide is your one-stop shop to get your fashion fix live both online and on television for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.
Starting at 6 ET/3PT, fashion fans can watch TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage featuring the new ...
Chris Harrison, Carrie Ann Inaba
On Sunday's Live at the Golden Globes with Carrie Ann & Chris, starting at 6 ET/3 PT, Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison will co-host TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage of the awards. The pair spoke with TVGuide.com about what makes the Golden Globes different, who provided their most memorable moments at the Emmys and how they prepare for the big day.
The Bachelor, Chris Harrison
For Bachelor fans, wondering what happens to the contestants who don't receive that final rose, ABC is planning a summer spin-off called Bachelor Pad. Host Chris Harrison told TVGuide.com the new series will "bring all of our favorites back in more of an entertaining, fun way" and romance will certainly be the focus. "These people all get together, they've hooked up, we have engagements ... people love this stuff so why don't we show it?" Harrison also spoke about the current Bachelor season — Rozlyn scandal included — and about what has shocked him...
Carrie Ann Inaba, Chris Harrison
TV Guide Network is set to take red carpet fashion to the next dimension with the debut of the Hologram Glam Cam at this weekend's Golden Globe Awards.
The revolutionary 3-D tool will generate virtual, three-dimensional images of celebrities as they are being interviewed on the red carpet by the Network's Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison to display the stars' current looks and their previous red carpet fashion statements.
Check out the full list of Golden Globe nominees
"A truly interactive award show is a great way to involve our fan base and enhance the celebration of entertainment and fandom that is TV Guide Network's trademark," said Matthew Singerman, Senior Vice President, Programming and Production, TV Guide Network, "and we believe that the 'Hologram Glam Cam' will ...