Ben Affleck, Bill Hader
While not the most memorable episode of the season, the Saturday Night Live finale was important for a number of reasons. Not only did it mark the last episode with Bill Hader, but if reports are true, it was the last with Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis as well. The finale also marked host Ben Affleck's induction into The Five Timer's Club, which wasn't nearly as glamorous as the Argo director expected.
Wade Robson, Michael Jackson
Years after defending Michael Jackson, choreographer and dancer Wade Robson now says the late pop star molested him as a child.
As a child, Robson appeared in three of Jackson's music videos and often slept over at his house. During Jackson's 2005 trial for molesting children, a then-22-year-old Robson, took the stand to defend him, saying the singer had never sexually abused him. Now, four year's after Jackson's death Robson is recanting his testimony and claiming that Jackson did, in fact, molest him during the years they worked together.
It took 21 episodes, but Jacob Artist's dreams finally came true on Glee's penultimate episode last week when he got to dance alongside series vet, and dancer extraordinaire Harry Shum, Jr.
"I said right when I got cast I would love to dance with Heather [Morris] or Harry, so when I read that in script, I was like...
Ben Affleck, Kristen Wiig
Saturday Night Live will finish out its 38th season with Kristen Wiig and Ben Affleck as hosts.
Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence and power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z are among the 100 Most Influential People in the world, according to Time magazine.
Ashley Rickards, Brett Davern
How did any of us survive high school? Forget grades. We're talking insecurities, anxieties and social terrors, which have rarely found such vivid comic voice as in MTV's wonderful comedy Awkward, which begins a third season of emotionally harrowing hilarity with back-to-back episodes (Tuesday, 10/9c).
It's junior year (or "the beginning of the end") for the show's self-consciously angsty narrator/blogger Jenna (the terrific Ashley Rickards), who you'd think might be in a happier place having spent the summer cocooned with full-time no-longer-secret boyfriend Matty (Beau Mirchoff). No such luck. With other friends having spent their off time in Europe, hooking up and changing their looks without keeping her in the loop, Jenna worries she's being sidelined, left behind, forgotten. It doesn't help that her sadistic tyrant of a new creative-writing teacher, the heartless Mr. Hart (Anthony Michael Hall), burrows into her fragile psyche with the very first assignment: "Write about your greatest fear." Where to begin?
Jenna Fischer and Jay Leno
After Ever After: Have you ever wondered what happened to all the Disney princesses after they got their supposedly happy endings? Mystery solved with this catchy musical number!
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake
They've done it again! Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon educated Late Night viewers with a History of Rap medley for the fourth time on Friday.
The medley featured everything from the Beastie Boys' "No Sleep Till Brooklyn," The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize" and Salt N Pepa's "Shoop" to Macklmore and Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" and Eminem's "Lose Yourself." Plus: Check out Timberlake's and Fallon's sweet dance moves!
Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon
Here are TVGuide.com's Top Videos of the week, featuring Justin Timberlake on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Billy Joel giving a Vanderbilt student the opportunity of a lifetime, Jane Lynch rapping "Super Bass," and more:
Break out the bourbon and branch. On Dallas, they've come to bury J.R. Ewing, not necessarily to praise "the most infuriating, charming scoundrel I think I've ever known," as his most famous and long-suffering ex-spouse, Sue Ellen, describes the iconic oilman. "It's enough to drive a girl to drink," she jokes. Though it may not be entirely a joke.