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14. Saddest Confession: On The Real Housewives of Orange County, Vicki tears up and tells Tamra that she and her husband Donn are having "major issues" and that she's been praying every night for them to come together. She explains that they only talk to each other a few times a month and haven't had sex in almost two years, but feels conflicted because God hates divorce. Of all the marriages that have fallen victim to the Real Housewives franchise (and there have been a lot), this is one we wish hadn't.
13. Best-Laid Plans: After Mitchell trespasses with...
Surprise Oprah! A Farewell Spectacular (Monday-Tuesday, syndicated, check tvguide.com listings)
You didn't think the queen of daytime talk would leave the stage without a flourish, did you? In a two-episode gala taped last week at Chicago's United Center, Oprah Winfrey's historic domination of the daytime-TV landscape is celebrated with an all-star tribute that includes Aretha Franklin singing "Amazing Grace," Tom Hanks serving as...
As if the Broadway lights weren't bright enough for New Directions, at least one of the Glee stars will be shooting with a living legend when the show goes to the Big Apple.
Patti LuPone will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Glee, which sees the club heading to New York for the Nationals competition. Rachel (Lea Michele) will...
Pushing Daisies star Lee Pace, Law & Order's Linus Roache and Generation Kill's Stark Sands have joined HBO's new pilot The Miraculous Year, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The drama will focus on a New York ...
Question: What was the name of the TV show with Becca and Corky?
Answer: That would be the groundbreaking ABC drama Life Goes On, which ran from September 1989 to August 1993. The first network show built around a character with Down syndrome (and one that featured an actor who had the condition to boot), it focused on the Thatcher family and borrowed its title from the classic Beatles song "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," a version of which served as the theme song.
In the series' early days, Life Goes On revolved chiefly around the challenges facing 18-year-old son Charles (Christopher Burke), better known as Corky. Corky "mainstreamed" over from special education to high school when the show kicked off and, in doing so, added a new wrinkle to the daily life of younger sister Becca (ER's Ke