Justin Timberlake returned to Saturday Night Live this week, but he wasn't the only familiar face making a comeback. The show also featured cameos from Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, Tom Hanks, Dan Aykroyd, Paul Simon, Chevy Chase, Martin Short, recently departed cast member Andy Samberg, and Bill Hader's "Weekend Update" character, Stefon. Here are some of the best moments from the show:
Evil casts a long shadow over BBC America's promising new thriller Ripper Street (Saturday, 9/8c). Set amid the grimy slums of London's Whitechapel district in the immediate wake of Jack the Ripper's reign of slaughter, this absorbing 19th-century procedural depicts police work complicated by widespread public panic that each new murder might herald the return of the phantom fiend.
Paul McCartney and Martin Short
For once, Saturday Night Live's cold opening was no laughing matter. A day after the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre — which killed 20 children and six adults — the show opened with the New York City Children's Chorus performing a moving version of "Silent Night"...
It's the most wonderful time of the year — and no one does Christmas like Saturday Night Live! The sketch series has recruited former cast member Martin Short for his third hosting stint for the Dec. 15 Christmas episode.
Joe La Truglio
Get ready to meet Marshall's other boss: Joe Lo Truglio.
The Reno 911! alum will guest-star on How I Met Your Mother this season as the founding partner Honeywell of Marshall's law firm Honeywell and Cootes.
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Lo Truglio will appear in at least two episodes during November sweeps for a trial ...
Hoda Kotb, Kathie Lee Gifford and Martin Short
Although viewers are still buzzing about Kathie Lee Gifford's major on-air blunder on Wednesday's Today, in which she asked Martin Short about his dead wife, the actor has no hard feelings.
"On live television, people make mistakes. There's no...
Kathie Lee Gifford
We've seen uncomfortable things happen on live TV before, but this just may be one of the most cringe-worthy moments in recent Today Show memory.
Our top moments of the week:
15. Silence Is Golden Award: On New Girl, Jess asks Nick why he doesn't like Paul (guest star Justin Long), her fellow schoolteacher crush who's over for Thanksgiving, and he says it doesn't matter because he's not the one who has to have sex with him. Jess replies that she wants "to have sex with him big time" and "take him down to Chinatown and slice him off a piece of this pumpkin pie." Hopefully, Paul actually wants some of that pumpkin pie or else dessert is going to be really awkward...
How I Met Your Mother
Time has always been a major — if not the — component of How I Met Your Mother. But in Season 7, it will be about timing.
"That's one of the central questions this season," creator/executive producer Carter Bays tells TVGuide.com. "Love and romance to some degree is a game of musical chairs. At some point, the music stops and you're with someone. You don't know at the beginning of the game who you're going to end with. Hopefully it ends up being...
How I Met Your Mother
Whoever thought Barney Stinson was the marrying kind? But more importantly — who is he marrying?
How I Met Your Mother's season finale opened up a whole new mystery while still evading the original one regarding the identity of the titular mother. But creator/executive producer Craig Thomas assures TVGuide.com that Season 7 will offer answers and even more changes for our beloved quintet. Robin gets a new love interest for one (hello, Kal Penn! Goodbye, Michael Trucco!), Marshall gets a new job, of course, and "Ted Mosby, Architect" will finally be a great pickup line. Don't believe us? Keep reading...