In this week's episode of Grey's Anatomy, Derek takes a troubled Cristina on a fishing trip to put her mind at ease. Meanwhile, Teddy takes on the case of a dying patient (Scott Foley) in hopes that her failure at being Cristina's mentor will be rectified...
After hearing that Scott Foley was cast on Grey's Anatomy as a dying patient who Teddy (Kim Raver) was going to offer more than medical help to save, fans' first reaction was obvious: He's Denny Duquette, Part 2.
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Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl) became a love story for the ages in Season 2. Girl meets boy, boy needs heart, girl unethically cuts LVAD wire so boy can get heart, boy dies anyway. And even while she married Alex (Justin Chambers) in Season 5, it was her true love Denny that she hallucinated about when she had cancer.
"Sure, there are some definite similarities there," Foley tells TVGuide.com."The fact that something might happen between Henry and Teddy...
Yikes! Sorry I am late, guys, the holiday craziness got me a little behind! Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving and had time to catch the latest Modern Family. This week, Haley breaks up with Dylan, Phil takes it pretty hard, Jay feels ill but Gloria ignores his symptoms in favor of mockery, and Mitch must deal with Cam's handsy mother.
The episode opens on Haley guessing her way through algebra with her new hunky tutor, David, while Alex sits nearby dispensing condescending encouragement. The girls exchange some jabs...
Dancing With The Stars
Bristol Palin's implausible run to third place on Dancing with the Stars surprised us all, really angered one guy and had many fans citing it as a "jump-the-shark" moment for the show. But has Dancing traded ballroom heels for water skis for other reasons?
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Take Sarah Palin's eldest daughter out of the equation (or imagine she wasn't on Season 11 at all!) and you are still left with a season overstuffed with gimmick after gimmick, week after week. Coming off a strong Season 10, producers kept everyone — contestants included — on their toes with new twists, such as Acoustic Week (with a round stage, natch), Rock 'n' Roll Week, TV Theme Week, and the much ballyhooed and successful Instant Dance, in which dancers received their music 20 minutes before hitting the stage.
The new elements all lend themselves to the theme of the season: unpredictability. But did they also take away from — and affect — the dancing? When the pros ...
Dancing with the Stars' final three couples face off two more times before Season 11's champion is crowned. Plus: The cast returns with new routines.
Sara Ramirez (Grey's Anatomy), Ian Somerhalder (The Vampire Diaries), and Anna Torv (Fringe)
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Will Callie's hookup with Mark come back to haunt her when Arizona returns on Grey's Anatomy? — Sharlene
NATALIE: Here's the good news: "Callie and Arizona will be back together soon," executive producer Shonda Rhimes says simply, adding that Arizona will soon show up on Callie's doorstep. "[The breakup] was a way to jump-start the next phase of their storyline." The bad news? Oh wait, this is good news, too! "Mark is her best friend, they slept together before, so it's just recycling. Two people having sex does not necessarily mean that they're in love, or that they're going to be together, or that it means anything."
I am dying for some Vampire Diaries scoop. Can you help? — Valerie
ADAM: Klaus is comin' to town. The oft-mentioned member of the Originals is described as handsome, charming, and 1,000 years old. We sense a Klaus-Damon snark-off coming...