Man Vs. Wild, Jake Gyllenhaal
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13. No "I" in "Team" Award: On Ice Loves Coco, Coco is pumped to show her hubby her new Licious clothing line at the factory... until Ice-T points out something her whole crew had apparently missed: All the shirts are printed with the (non)-word "licous" — or, phonetically, "lick-us." Don't get too upset, Coco. Beyonce can't spell it either.
12. Best Accidental Foreshadowing: Don't get us wrong, we love Jesse Tyler Ferguson on Modern Family, but maybe in his next lifetime he should come back as a fortune teller! Less than 12 hours after...
Chris Harrison and Emily Maynard
The final 15 minutes on The Bachelorette this week overshadowed Ashley and the men traveling to Taiwan, as Chris Harrison sat down with half of last season's Bachelor couple, Emily Maynard, who returned and tearfully opened up about her breakup with Brad Womack. But why wasn't Brad there? Read our weekly chat with Harrison, who answers that question and shares his surprise about Ryan's dismissal and hints at the 31-year-old's return to the show.
On this week's episode of The Bachelorette, Ashley and the men go to Taiwan where she decides who will travel back to the States and introduce her to their families.
Constantine receives the first one-on-one date for the week and the two head to a village outside of Taipei. There they make a love wish with a lantern that they'll set free. Ashley loves how seriously he takes the activity. During the dinner portion of the date, Ashley tells Constantine that not only is he physically what she's attracted to, but that she loves that he holds back and is a family man. They end the night with a kiss and watch all the lanterns heading up to the sky.
Emily Maynard, Brad Womack
The Bachelor's Brad Womack and Emily Maynard have called it quits.
"We're no longer engaged," Maynard told People.
Emily Maynard, Brad Womack
Want to know what's going on with Bachelor couple Brad and Emily? So would Chris Harrison.
"The reason I don't say anything is because I don't know, and even when I know something, it changes the next hour," Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "I decided to keep my mouth shut until I know what the hell is going on."
Emily Maynard and Brad Womack
Although The Bachelor finale ended with a proposal, viewers later saw that life after reality show romance isn't all roses. Brad and Emily remain together, but with neither ready to move from home. Says host Chris Harrison: "It will be tough." But Harrison is also optimistic and tells TVGuide.com: "They're both two of the most stubborn human beings I've ever met [and] they both want it to work."
On Monday's The Bachelor finale, Brad Womack will hand out his final rose — or, not. Well, this time he probably will.
Should he give his final rose to Chantal, the sassy divorcée who slapped him during their first meeting? Or to Emily, the sweet Southern belle with a daughter at home. Or should he repeat his decision from Season 11 and choose neither?
While Ashley H's dismissal on this week's The Bachelor may mean she's free to become the next Bachelorette, host Chris Harrison says no decision has been made yet.
"It will not be announced at the Women Tell All," he tells TVGuide.com, clearing up recent reports. "I can promise you as of Sunday night, I was with the creator of the show, Mike Fleiss, and when I left him in the wee hours of the morning we did not have a Bachelorette picked."
Bachelor fans, rejoice: Michelle has finally been sent home.
After viewers watched the 30-year-old hair stylist act possessive over Brad week after week, he finally realized that she was too volatile for a relationship. Host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com that Michelle's stormy exit affirmed Brad's decision.
Harrison gives us the scoop on what we didn't see after the elimination and why he felt bad for the girls who had to pose for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Plus: He previews hometown dates.
Although viewers may take issue with The Bachelor's date to the race track this week, host Chris Harrison maintains it a was positive experience for both Brad and Emily, whose race car driver-fiancé died seven years ago.
"We have a finite amount of time [and] they have to tackle this issue," he tells TVGuide.com.
While the group date may have been controversial, and the two-on-one date was emotional, Shawntel's shopping spree was the most desirable. Harrison talks more about each date in detail, what happened in Las Vegas that we didn't see, and why the reality show's format is changing for the...