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Top Moments: It's the End of the Road for House of Cards and Downton Abbey

Kate Mara

Our top moments of the week:

11. Worst Surprise Party: On Switched at Birth, Kathryn's new BFF Renzo surprises everyone when he turns her impromptu book party into a murder-mystery game. However, the biggest surprise comes later in the evening, when Kathryn overhears her husband, John, talking to their son's mother-in-law, Jennice, about the kiss they shared while Kathryn was out of town. Kathryn reveals herself as the (fictional) murderer, cuts the party short and then kicks John out of the house. That's one way to... read more

Jimmy Fallon Brings Tonight Show Back to New York with Star-Studded Debut

Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon ushered in a new era of The Tonight Show, and welcomed the show back to New York for the first time in more than four decades on Monday. Although the former Late Night host was broadcasting from the same studio, with the same band and the same announcer, the historical impact of The Tonight Show's return to the Big Apple was... read more

Was This the Most Boring Super Bowl Ever?

Bruno Mars, Anthony Kiedis

The Seattle Seahawks destroyed the Denver Broncos Sunday. No way around it. The Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII 43-8.

At a certain point, the Seahawks domination felt almost cruel. But this is football. The people on the field suffer long-term brain damage. The game is ruthless.

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Joe Namath Blames Football for Long-Term Brain Damage

Joe Namath

Former New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath says he is currently suffering from health problems which he believes are the result of football-induced head injuries.

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The New York Jets Tackle Hard Knocks

Mark Sanchez

With the New York Jets, football's ultimate reality series found a team promising unrestricted access and story lines with all the makings of a smash hit.

"We're calling it 'Hard Knocks hits Broadway,'" says director Steve Trout of NFL Films. The sixth season of the HBO series (premiering tonight at 10/9c) follows the Super Bowl contenders through training camp to whittle 85 players down to a 53-man roster... read more

12 Wildest Celebrity Meltdowns Ever!

courtesy Harpo Productions

Think Tom Cruise was the first star to flip out on national TV? Don’t be crazy!1) Tom Cruise loses control.Declaring his love for Katie Holmes, Cruise jumped on Oprah’s couch. He pumped his fists and squatted like a scary version of The Thinker. He made weird faces. In short, he acted nuts. Then he went on Today and loonily challenged Matt Lauer’s knowledge of psychiatric history. Of course, Cruise’s 2005 publicity-grabbing antics didn’t hurt the box office for War of the Worlds (or for Holmes’ Batman Begins), so who’s crazy now?2) Michael Jackson dangles a baby.Jacko had pulled plenty of wacko stunts before, but this one seemed dangerous: holding his son (nicknamed “Blanket”) over the railing of a Berlin hotel balcony in 2002. “I got caught up in the excitement of the moment,” Jackson explained. Perhaps most shockingly, no charges were filed.3) Farrah Fawcett spaces out.The Charlie’s Angels goddess denied allegations that ... read more

Suzy Kolber Has a Monday Night Date

Suzy Kolber, Monday Night Football

Before she made headlines by snapping back at Andy Rooney's 2002 sputterings about how women had "no business" talking about  football, and long before Joe Namath — drunk and slurry, in a sideline moment preserved for all time by thousands of YouTube downloads — declared that he wanted to kiss her, Suzy Kolber was a little girl in love with football. She remembers being 8 years old, in suburban Philadelphia, mesmerized by Howard Cosell's Monday-night halftime highlights. She made national headlines when she was 10, one of the first girls to make a boy's football read more

Suzy Kolber Has a Monday Night Date

Suzy Kolber, Monday Night Football

Before she made headlines by snapping back at Andy Rooney's 2002 sputterings about how women had "no business" talking about  football, and long before Joe Namath — drunk and slurry, in a sideline moment preserved for all time by thousands of YouTube downloads — declared that he wanted to kiss her, Suzy Kolber was a little girl in love with football. She remembers being 8 years old, in suburban Philadelphia, mesmerized by Howard Cosell's Monday-night halftime highlights. She made national headlines when she was 10, one of the first girls to make a boy's football read more

SUPER BOWL XL: EVERYTHING ELSE...

SUPER BOWL XL: EVERYTHING ELSEWell folks, I'm here to cover everything besides the football. The commercials, the entertainment, still more commercials — just think of me as a food critic who's more concerned with the side dishes than the main course. (Mmm, mashed potatoes.) And away we go. Preshow and HalftimeStevie Wonder and Friends — the friends including John Legend, Joss Stone (so sexy with the bare feet!), India.Arie and a whole mess of dancers — treat us to a head-bopping medley of classics, from "Superstition" to "Dancin' in the Streets." Wow, it's nice to see a Motown tribute done by artists with a vested interest in the genre — as opposed to the annual soulless, badly choreographed version we get on American Idol. The national anthem proves a little tough for me to get through, not because Aaron Neville read more

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