Karl Rove, Jon Stewart
Our top moments of the week:
15. Impeccable Timing Award: After what host Jeff Probst calls the most "complicated" and "entertaining" Tribal Council ever, former MLB player Jeff Kent is voted off Survivor: Philippines, a result of him betraying his alliance. But even more surprising than Jeff's ouster is his hilariously timely rant afterward, during which he points out that the show's $1 million prize is really only "600 grand after Obama takes it." It's all the more funny since the show was filmed earlier this year and his elimination just happened to air the day after Barack Obama's re-election.
14. Laziest Rip-Off: Ted proposes to Victoria on How I Met Your Mother after she...
Was Diane Sawyer just tired during her marathon election coverage for ABC Tuesday night... or something else?
"Diane Sawyer's name is trending. Many people saying she seems drunk on air," New York Times reporter Brian Stelter, who was in the ABC control room at the time, tweeted. "Alternative theory: She gets this way when she's really tired."
Barack Obama, Mitt Romney
Election Day is finally here! And your favorite Tuesday night shows will step aside for wall-to-wall results coverage. Not sure what to watch when? Check out our roundup below to see what the networks have planned (all times Eastern):
Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts underwent a bone marrow transplant Thursday as part of her treatment for MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Before the transplant, Roberts released a video message thanking her fans for their support.
Good Morning America's Robin Roberts will begin medical leave to have a bone marrow transplant at the end of this week, she announced Monday.
"I'm not going anywhere! I'm staying right here!" Robin Roberts declared Thursday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
The Good Morning America newscaster was in high spirits, joking with reporters about her upcoming medical leave to undergo a bone-marrow transplant sometime around late August or early September. She revealed that ABC News' Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters and Katie Couric would be filling in during her absence. "I will be happy to help out," Couric later confirmed during a preview of her new talk show Katie.
Whitney Houston, the Grammy-winning pop diva and actress whose career was marred in recent years by drug abuse, has died. She was 48.
Houston's rep confirmed her death to TVGuide.com Saturday, but did not offer further details.
First, weighing in on two cable movies, one of which thoroughly chilled me and another that left me cold.
In the end, it wasn't just Regis and Kelly, or Regis and Kathie Lee ... it felt more like Regis and everybody. After some 16,000 hours in front of a television camera, Regis Philbin signed off Live! with Regis and Kelly Friday morning.
Ending a 28-year run, the "Farewell Special" began oddly ...
Mark Kelly, Gabrielle Giffords, Diane Sawyer
This week, it's all about Regis Philbin. The irrepressible broadcasting legend, who holds a Guinness World Record for most hours spent in front of a TV camera, will finally give it a rest at the end of this week, as he steps away from Live! With Regis and Kelly (check local listings) after nearly 25 years in national syndication and many years before that in a variety of jobs, including as Joey Bishop's late-night sidekick in the late '60s.
His time on Live! cemented his ...