Billy Crystal, Jimmy Fallon
This week, Billy Crystal revealed the little-known true origins of Duck Dynasty in an interview with Jimmy Fallon, while Jimmy Kimmel hosted "Modern Family Feud" with the young cast members of Modern Family. Yahoo! released a spoof of ESPN's 30 for 30 about the basketball game in Space Jam, Scott Porter took TVGuide.com on a tour of the Hart of Dixie set, and a Russian police choir sang Daft Punk's "Get Lucky." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Nicole Beharie, Tom Mison
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Question: Last Sunday's "Hitting the Fan" episode of The Good Wife lived up to the hype. It was a game changer, but I guess it left me feeling slimed. Alicia has always taken a righteous position and walked a fine ethical line. On Sunday, I feel like she fell off a cliff — not only was she a party to trying to download files which I'm not sure is illegal but certainly not ethical (notwithstanding the ends-justify-the-means argument), but she also seemed gleeful about Peter using his political position to her gain. As Will seemed so right to point out, she seems to have no idea how bad she has become. This is not the good wife that I have been watching. What were your thoughts? — Megan
Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who has the best costume of them all?
That's the question the first annual Hub Halloween Bash aims to answer. The two-hour special, hosted by Saturday Night Live's Kenan Thompson, features children from across the country competing in a star-studded costume contest with the winner nabbing $25,000 and a walk-on role on the Daytime Emmy-winning series R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series.
Modern Family's Nolan Gould (Luke) was born eight years after Macaulay Culkin became a superstar in 1990's Home Alone, but after discovering the film on DVD, Gould campaigned for his own version — and is getting his wish.
In next week's episode...
Nathan Fillion, Stana katic
Time for some serious soul-searching on the usually glib Castle, so it must be the end of another season. "With any luck, this could be your last case," crows the tone deaf-as-usual Capt. "Sir" Gates as the boss lady celebrates the prospect of Kate Beckett being "headed for bigger things" — or so promises the FBI Deputy Director (guest star Kyle Secor) who recruits the sultry homicide pro for a federal task force based in Washington, D.C. And what would that mean for Beckett's still budding but not quite defined romance with Castle? "I think our plot just thickened," quips the mystery writer-turned-crime solver — though he's talking about the week's murder case, not yet aware of his squeeze's big opportunity. With Castle fuming over trust issues that expose doubts in both parties, Beckett is left at an emotional crossroads: "What happens when the music stops? What if all we were in love with was the dance?" ABC dropped the last minutes of the episode (Monday, 10:01/9:01c) from the advance screener, so it's anyone's guess what their next step will be.
The Emmys may have christened Damian Lewis, Jon Cryer, Aaron Paul and Eric Stonestreet, but we at TVGuide.com want to know who you think is the best TV actor of the year.
Does Mandy Patinkin (and his beard) trump...
Sofia Vergara and Ed O'Neill
That wasn't a fake-out in Modern Family's season finale: Gloria really is pregnant, and Jay really will be a father once again.
When the Emmy-winning comedy returns Wednesday (9/8c on ABC), Gloria (Sofia Vergara) and Jay Jay (Ed O'Neill) will reveal the big news to the Dunphy-Pritchett clan. In a moment of symmetry, the Dunphys will be dealing with the loss of one of their children, as Haley (Sarah Hyland) departs for college. To get the scoop on the new season, TVGuide.com talks to series co-creator Steve Levitan, who also clears up the recent Romney jab...
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
And the award for best tweeter at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards goes to ... Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who offered a play-by-play of the evening on his feed, starting with he and new fiancée Justin Mikita getting ready for the ceremony with their moms.
A month after the Modern Family parents got much publicized raises, their TV kids are finalizing deals to triple their current salaries, Deadline reports.
Which Modern Family character has been re-cast?
Sarah Hyland, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez and Ariel Winter are set to take home approximately...
Just when you thought it was over, the Modern Family salary drama continues.
Sarah Hyland, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez and Ariel Winter are also seeking raises, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
This news comes just a day after the six adult cast members received substantial raises for their work on the Emmy-nominated series, going from approximately $65,000 per episode to $175,000 per episode in the upcoming fourth season.