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VIDEO: Three Rivers: Season 1: Code Green

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Three Rivers: Season 1: Code Green
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Length: 43:57
Aired: 10/25/2009

Following a bus crash, the parents of a football player must make a heartbreaking decision whether to donate his organs. Meanwhile, Andy and Ryan rush to find a procurement team to give a boy a heart transplant he desperately needs. watch

Bachelor Alum Travis Stork Weds Longtime Girlfriend

Travis Stork is a Bachelor no more. The Doctors co-host wed his longtime girlfriend over the weekend, People reports.

"Thanks for all of the well wishes regarding our wedding this weekend! Life is good ... all our best!" Stork tweeted on Tuesday.

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Keck's Exclusives: Jillian Michaels' Biggest Reunion

NBC's The Biggest Loser has taken a serious tumble in the ratings this season without popular trainer Jillian Michaels competing against Bob Harper. But on November 17, Bob reunites with Jillian on herread more

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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Dr. Phil: 17 Day Diet Challenge Episode, Gaffer
2011 Daytime Emmy Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
2010 Rachael Ray: Lies People Tell Their Doctors Episode, Guest
2008 The Doctors TV Show Series, Panelist
2002 The Bachelor TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member

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Bachelor Alum Travis Stork Is Engaged

Travis Stork is a bachelor no more. The star of The Bachelor's eighth season has proposed to his girlfriend, People reports.

Stork asked Dr. Charlotte Brow, his girlfriend of two years, to marry him on a recent vacation in Hawaii, according to the magazine. It seems like a good fit: Stork currently co-hosts the CBS morning show The Doctors and Brown, 28, is a pediatrician.

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The Bachelor's Terrible Track Record: A History of Failed Romances

As the next installment of ABC's hit dating show stars premieres with a returning Bachelor looking for a second shot at love, we've got to wonder: Why would anyone want to go back to a show that has such a poor track record when it comes to couples who stay together? Is it possible that TV isn't the best place to look for love? We decided to take a look back — at both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — to see where all the contestants are now.

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VIDEO: Bachelor Doctor Swaps Smooches for Scrubs

Dr. Travis Stork — aka The Bachelor in Paris — is back on TV, but not for the pursuit of love. The Coloradan left his local mountain trails for the hills of Hollywood, where he's bringing you daily advice on The Doctors as one of the show's resident medical experts. Young Hollywood and TVGuide.com went behind the scenes to get the diagnosis on the new series. Find out what Dr. Stork's favorite thing is so far about glitzy L.A. (1:08), learn how you can get plastic surgery during the show (1:17) and meet the celeb-son mastermind behind it all (1:42). Related:• Bachelor Travis Stork Is Back with Doses of Daily Advice read more

Bachelor Travis Stork Is Back with Doses of Daily Advice

It's been almost two years since Dr. Travis Stork appeared on The Bachelor, when the show took him to Paris to find true love. He's since moved to Summit County, CO, where he's been practicing medicine, enjoying mountain biking and living, by all accounts, a very un-Bachelor life. This fall, though, the dimpled doc is back on TV — not to find a lady, but to impart his medical wisdom as one of the five expert hosts of The Doctors. The new, syndicated daytime show kicks off Sept. 8, and will give audiences a dose of daily — yes, Dr. Stork will be on five days a week — medical info via healthy dialogue with his fellow hosts, real-life stories of medical hardship and success as well as viewer questions and audience interaction. As he dives into filming The Doctors this summer,  read more

BACHELOR PARTY IS OVER

In an interview with the Nashville Tennessean, The Bachelor: Paris' Travis Stork and Sarah Stone claim that the very show that brought them together led them to break up. Recounting how ABC forced them to steer clear of each other since the finale's November taping — lest word of the outcome leak out — Stork says, "We thought it was going to be this great [relationship], but... over time, when you're not allowed to see someone, you grow apart." Stone says that had she and Stork dated under "normal" conditions, "it definitely would have worked out." Real nice, ABC. read more

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