Thanks to the scandalous affair between a contestant and a staff member, this season of The Bachelor has already been a bumpy, dramatic ride. And it seems things are just getting started. As the passion heats up and the number of ladies vying for Jake Pavelka's heart decrease, we talked with the Bachelor himself about breaking protocol on Monday's episode, the in-fighting between ladies in the house and his take on Rozlyn's relationship with one of the show's producers...
For medical correspondents in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, being a doctor comes before being a journalist, NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman said, answering criticism over the ethical dilemma of reporters becoming part of the story.
"I guess the best thing I could ask of the critics is come here and walk in my shoes for a day and tell me if you would walk by somebody who has a bone sticking out of his arm," Snyderman told Howard Kurtz on CNN's Reliable Sources. "If you would walk by it, then I guess we're just different people."
Hope for Haiti Now telethon takes over TV for earthquake relief
Snyderman, a head and neck cancer surgeon, is one of a handful of doctor-reporters trying to delicately balance ...
MTV execs, start pumping those fists: Jersey Shore scored record-breaking ratings in the final episode of its first (and we hope not only) season.
TVGuide.com's Top 5 Jersey Shore fights
4.8 million viewers tuned in Thursday, a 30 percent increase over last week's previous series-high ratings. The reunion special immediately following the finale brought in...
Lost's Season 6 premiere is less than two weeks away, and footage from the final season has finally arrived. But blink and you'll miss it.
Lost's Michael Emerson: "I don't see any end in sight"
Sixteen seconds into ABC's latest promo is a brief shot of Claire (Emilie de Ravin), toting a gun in the jungle, à la a certain Frenchwoman. What does this tell us about the mystery of what she's been up to since she visited Christian Shepherd (John Terry) in the cabin?
Not much. But it's more illuminating than this:
The promo also revives almost subliminal-message speed images of some of the phrases flashed in the Dharma Initiative's Room 23, the island's designated spot for brainwashing. The messages? "Everything changes" and "Plant a good seed and you will joyfully gather fruit."
Lost: Harold Perrineau, Cynthia Watros to return for final season
Check out the clip below and let us know if we've missed any Easter Eggs:
Everybody has a secret in this episode of Grey's Anatomy. Meredith urges Derek not to tell the board about the Chief's drinking problem. Cristina is fearful that Teddy will tell Owen about her "offer." Arizona lies about not having had the chicken pox so she doesn't have to be around itchy Callie while she suffers. And Mark, Lexie and Alex all battle with revealing the details of their hookups. Before the hour is up, most of the beans have been spilled, causing a variety of consequences. Let's explore them individually...
Rob Lowe, Brothers & Sisters
The Walkers will have to prepare one less place setting at Nora's dinner parties next year: Rob Lowe will depart Brothers & Sisters at the end of the season, TVGuide.com has confirmed. But the network would like him to host a party of his own...