C.J. Harris has come a long way from playing bars in Jasper, Alabama to making it to the Top 6 on Season 13 of American Idol — and his journey wasn't without a few bumps along the way. Harris weathered some pretty harsh criticism on the show about his singing style, but that was nothing compared to some of the prejudice he faced back home when he was first starting out as a musician.
"I would go in some bars and people didn't want to see [me]," Harris told TVGuide.com this week. "It didn't matter how good I was. They didn't want to hear it. I've had people walk out on me. I've booked shows back at home, and I'd come and play the show, and the owner would come up to me and say, 'Hey, people just aren't enjoying your music tonight. We want you to cut it short.' It was obviously because of one reason. I've dealt with that."read more
Dan is torn between the security of his job, and the possibility of making big bucks as part of his friends' construction crew at the new prison being built just outside of town. He turns to Roseanne to help with his decision. David helps an intimidated Jackie set up her new computer, and finds out the next day she hasn't turned it off yet. Jackie's addicted to "surfing the Internet!" Later, it's time for celebration when Dan and the guys learn they've won the bid for the construction job. watch
Conan O'Brien is bringing his TBS late-night show to New York next week, and while he's here, O'Brien will officiate a gay wedding, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
O'Brien will marry a longtime staffer and his partner on-air during one of next week's episodes, according to Vulture, which first reported the news. A source from the show tells TVGuide.com that it's still unclear which night the wedding will take place.