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Exclusive Video: Adam Brody and Josh Gad Ogle Bouncy Beach Babes in MTV's Good Vibes

Good Vibes

The O.C.'s Adam Brody is returning to series television as a beach blonde wannabe in MTV's upcoming comedy Good Vibes. (OK, so his character is also animated.)

From filmmaker David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express), Good Vibes tells read more

Gary Busey and Girlfriend Are Expecting

Gary Busey

Gary Busey and girlfriend Steffanie Sampson are expecting their first child, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

"Mr. Busey is thrilled and excited about the upcoming birth of his new son and thanks everyone for their well wishes and... read more

At the Movies: Jessica Simpson's Working Girl Redo

Per the Hollywood Reporter, Vanished's Penelope Ann Miller will play Jessica Simpson's conniving boss in Blonde Ambition, a loose remake of 1988's Working Girl.... Chris Klein, Jake Busey and Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst will star in Play Dead, a dark comedy about a former TV action hero (Klein) forced to swing into real-life action when he uncovers a small-town meth biz.... Emily Mortimer has replaced an injured Samantha Morton in Transsiberian, a thriller starring Woody Harrelson and Ben Kingsley. read more

Don't you think that the most ...

Question: Don't you think that the most talked about plot of Desperate Housewives, Bree and Orson, is way too similar to Season 2's Bree and George? Sure, Orson is a much better character, but really? Bree's marrying a psycho murderer for the second time, and even worse, in the Bree-George plot, an old friend of George's also alerted Bree that her fiancé was a murderer (much like Laurie Metcalf did at her engagement party). Are we just supposed to forget Season 2 in order to enjoy the third one? Marc Cherry promised improvement, but the repetition of plots is getting absurd. Answer: I griped about this at the time Orson was introduced and his true colors emerged, at the end of last season. But now that the season is up and running, and running so much more efficiently than a year ago (with the exception of the dreadful Nora), I'll cut the show some slack on this front. Even Alex agrees that the Orson story line is better developed than the misbegotten George subplot, and last week' ... read more

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