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13. Cheapest Move: After Rachel and Nick win Bachelor Pad, they have to decide separately if they want to share the $250,000 prize or each keep it for themselves. Rachel chooses to share, but Nick launches into a long diatribe about his unexpected victory. "Nobody sitting up there in the cast, nobody in this audience right now, and nobody sitting at home watching right now would have put their money on me to win this," he says. By the end, it's clear what his choice is: He keeps the money for himself, leaving Rachel with nothing. As Rachel tears up...
Once Upon a Time has taken viewers to fairy tale land and Wonderland — and apparently, they'll even venture to Neverland next season. But what about the Land of Oz? It turns out that producers have hinted at a possible trip to The Wizard of Oz locale since the beginning.
Regina's shocking origin story, Storybrooke's future and more Once Upon a Time scoop
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Glee mastermind Ryan Murphy is planning a remake of The Who's 1969 rock opera Tommy in upcoming episode of the Fox show, according to The Chicago Tribune.
Sebastian Stan is going mad on Once Upon a Time.
As TVGuide.com first reported, the Captain America and Gossip Girl alum will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the ABC fairy tale drama. Details have now surfaced on his top secret role: He'll be playing...
"Mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce. Whoooooo!"Gobble gobble everybody. For those of you outside of the celebrating country, you really are missing out on a wonderful day. This tryptophan is going to let me get a great night sleep. I wish the day didn't have to end but it does, so what better way than with an entertaining CSI. Let me say it up front and get it out of the way now. If CBS was going to show a repeat next week, then why not push the new episode off of Thanksgiving Day and show it 7 days from now instead? Shame on TV programmers for putting new shows on a holiday. Anyway, overall this was a fun show with some great acting, some funny moments and some of the cheesiest scenes of the season. It started out with those silly moments with the bad news station graphics and the barely audible Mexican guy claiming to have found the car of legendary Las Vegas mob boss, Mickey Dunn. And after the guy in the wheelchair got pushed into the street, Brass calls it a "homicide r...