Kathy guest stars on Queer Eye to give advice to an aspiring comedian.
The contestants must build a picture of a famous person using clues and giant celebrity photo blocks.
Fred Armisen has a special lady in his life.
Fashion, friendship and fun with the skating champs.
Some typical dads give their take on the new changes to the SATs.
The author of The Rise discusses creativity with Seth.
Late Night exposes dogs for what they really are.
The Olympics vets give a skating rink play-by-play.
"Dallas" star Josh Henderson chats with Access at the grand opening of Ewing Energies first gas station In New York City, where he slashed the price of gas to promote the upcoming Season 3. And, what's it been like taking over the show's legacy?
After being named Entertainer of the Year at the NAACP Image Awards 2014, Kevin Hart opens up about being recognized for his hard work. What does it mean to him? And, who does he give the credit to? Plus, what's next for the actor?
Harry Shum, Amber Riley and Kevin McHale discuss "Glee" hitting 100 episodes. What does the milestone mean to them? Plus, how much have they changed since the show began? And, are they ready to say goodbye to the show next year?
At the "Glee" 100th episode celebration, Jane Lynch chats with Access' Liz Hernandez about her and Gwyneth Paltrow wearing track suits. Who does she think wore it better? Plus, is she ready to say goodbye to the show next year?
Fitness guru Nicole Winhoffer teaches the students physical education. Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir joins the students at an ice rink for a skating lesson. Back at school, the students prepare to take their second, much tougher exam.
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Guest stars Martha Stewart, Mena Suvari, Margaret Cho, Matthew Morrison, Curtis Stone and Scott Wolf join Jane Lynch for a night of fun and games.
Four celebrities that a shared love of cooking heat up the Chopped Kitchen. Can the cooks use vanilla cupcakes to create appetizers as one-of-a-kind as they are? Then, crispy and jiggly make the main course a study in contrasts.
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Margaret Cho, Johnny Weir, and Carmen Electra turn up the heat on Kathy's couch. Kathy's staff goes through team building exercises.
The two remaining finalists must go out with a bang, as they host an elite Hollywood dinner party. They plan, cook and serve a three-course meal to surprise guests and their charity executives.
With four celebrities remaining, Rachael and Guy explain the penultimate challenge, as Team Rachael and Team Guy food trucks roll into the parking lot. The teams must choose a theme and come up with menu items for their truck.
The teams interview the birthday boy and girl to determine what food they would each like at their party. Rico Rodriguez from Modern Family will help judge the celebrities, with the bottom two battling it out in a sudden death.
Teams cook their dishes and dress the part with outfits, roller skates, paper hats and hairnets. In the end, the customers decide the winners of the competition, leaving two celebrities to compete in the elimination challenge.
It's a good, old-fashioned feast served family-style. Underwood Family and their guests will vote on which team wins, with the bottom two celebrities on the losing team going head-to-head in a sudden death challenge.
Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri meet the eight celebrity contestants as they prepare to pick their teams. The competition begins as both teams must cook a prix fixe tasting menu at a Los Angeles dinner theater.
Bride Tara is shopping with her best friend, Olympic figure skater and fashionista Johnny Weir. Taylor brought her fiancé Austin to help her find her dream gown. Brandi's shopping with her fiancé Warren because she needs his approval.
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The four remaining celebrity contestants cater to Rachael & Guy's families.
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