Kermit the Frog, Ty Burrell
This week, the stars of the upcoming movie Muppets Most Wanted — both felt and human — got together to answer questions from Twitter users. A contestant on Wheel of Fortune solved a seemingly-impossible final puzzle with just two letters, and the self-described "world's greatest trick shot artists" performed nine trick shots in a row. Plus: A pit bull was caught misbehaving by a Nanny Cam, and The Huffington Post put together an amazing compilation of Christopher Walken dancing. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Wheel of Fortune
Wheel of Fortune has apologized for featuring a Fast and the Furious puzzle on Monday's show just two days after Paul Walker's death.
After the episode aired, the show explained via Twitter that the episode was taped on Oct. 4 and that it was "an unfortunate coincidence that it aired tonight."
Sullivan & Son has always been a popular spot, but who knew the Pittsburgh bar also attracted famous faces like Pat Sajak?!
Wheel Of Fortune
We'd like to buy a do-over, Pat.
There's no nice way to say it: A Wheel of Fortune contestant got royally screwed on Wednesday's show, losing thousands of dollars because she failed to enunciate the "g" at the end of "swimming."
Vanna White, Pat Sajak, Alex Trebek
Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune have been renewed through 2016, CBS Television Distribution announced Monday.
The renewal brings Wheel of Fortune into its 33rd season and Jeopardy! into its 32nd. Pat Sajak, Vanna White and Alex Trebek all renewed their hosting contracts as well.
Vanna White and Pat Sajak
Can we buy a vowel ... err a shot of vodka?
Longtime Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak says he used to host the popular game show drunk. "When I first started and was much younger and could tolerate those things," Sajak tells Dan Le Batard of "Dan Le Batard is Highly Questionable." "We had a different...
Regis Philbin, Live! with Regis and Kelly
After 28 years and more than 16,000 hours, Regis Philbin officially bid farewell to Live! Friday morning — and as a result, it's snagged the No. 1 spot in our Social Power Rankings.
"This is not a wake we're holding. It's a celebration." That's what exec producer David McKenzie is saying about the 38th annual Daytime Emmy Awards airing Sunday, June 19 on CBS. The kudocast, live from the Las Vegas Hilton for the second year in a row, comes at a time of seismic change in the daytime TV industry, what with the exits of Oprah Winfrey, Regis Philbin and Meredith Vieira, the demise of All My Children and One Life to Live, and rumors that Katie Couric's $40 million talk-show deal with ABC may sink General Hospital...
Pat Sajak apologized Wednesday for being the first to put Keith Olbermann on the air. However, the MSNBC anchor thinks Sajak needs to atone for something else.
"I think if he needs to apologize for anything, it needs to be that talk show," the Countdown host told The Hollywood Reporter. "When he was canceled, he was replaced by a crime-and-skin series called Silk Stalkings, for God's sake. Obviously, we guests must...
How I Met Your Mother
Barney Stinson is never shy about using superlatives on How I Met Your Mother, but the man who writes those lines, creator/executive producer Carter Bays, exercises greater restraint.
Except when describing the upcoming sixth season.
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"Honestly, I never say stuff like this, but I think this is will be our best season yet," Bays tells TVGuide.com. "I'm going to call my shot and say that. At the end of last season, I think we were all feeling really old, and there's been kind of a rejuvenation around here. I think a lot of it has to do with the stories of the season."
After two seasons primarily of stand-alone episodes, the time-jumping sitcom will ...