Survivor winner Richard Hatch is claiming he's destitute and needs a court-appointed lawyer to help him appeal a nine-month sentence he received for failing to re-file his 2000 and 2011 taxes returns, The Associated Press reports.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Lincoln D. Almond has recommended that...
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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.
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A funny thing happened when Jeff Probst was compiling his TV watchlist.
"In writing my list, I realized there's a theme to all of my favorite television shows: The main character is morally flawed and often a criminal," Probst tells TVGuide.com. "Yeah, baby."
The Survivor host, who is all too used to battling the bad guys (see: Richard Hatch, Johnny Fairplay and Russell Hantz), says he can relate to Breaking Bad's Walter White. "I'd like to think I'd do something similar if I...
This season of The Celebrity Apprentice has no shortage of extreme celeb behavior... thank God! A big part the show's entertainment value comes from getting to watch fame's absurd effect on real-life situations. Celebrities flail with more vigor, fail with more melodrama and generally attack the portrait of life with the broadest strokes possible... or so reality TV tells us. It's a logical effect, given that we're watching natural entertainers — or aspiring ones, at least. A few examples of the way fame intensified situations on this week's art-fundraising episode are below...
Donald Trump says he's going to have a sit-down with Celebrity Apprentice contestant Richard Hatch after he was ordered back to prison for failing to re-file his taxes from his Survivor winnings.
"I don't know what it is with him," Trump tells TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411. "I like him, he's a nice guy. I thought he served his time and now he's going back to jail. ... I'm going to have to sit down with him and talk to him."
Richard Hatch ordered back to prison — again
Hatch turned himself in at U.S. District Court in Providence, R.I., on Monday to start a nine-month ...