How I Met Your Mother
Cheers to John Lithgow for his chameleon-like performance on How I Met Your Mother. (And yes, Ted, chameleon is pronounced with a hard c.)
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Who better than the five-time Emmy-winner who's run the gamut from over-the-top comedy (3rd Rock from the Sun) to under-your-skin creepiness (Dexter) to embody the two faces of Barney's long-lost dad, Jerry? First, we saw him the way Neil Patrick Harris' ladies' man wished ...
Michael Lohan was arrested on three felony charges after being accused of domestic violence against a woman, People reports.
Lohan, 50, was booked Monday night in West Hollywood, Calif., for inflicting corporal injury on a cohabitant, false imprisonment and preventing a report of victimization. His bail has been set at $200,000.
Danny Bonaduce, Shannen Doherty
Move over, Sharktopus: Syfy's next batch of campy TV movies include zombies, a Jersey Shore shark attack, Danny Bonaduce fighting Bigfoot and Shannen Doherty as Hansel's long-lost sister.
The cable network is set to announce a new slate of original movies on Tuesday, including Bigfoot, which will star The Partridge Family's Bonaduce opposite another 1970s sitcom icon...
Jarrid Masse, Marcel Vigneron
Top Chef bad boy Marcel Vigneron brings his culinary chemistry set and perfectionist attitude to the Syfy cooking show Marcel's Quantum Kitchen, which premieres Tuesday at 10/9c.
So how does a cooking show wind up on a science-fiction network? "It's mainly about understanding the science behind cooking," he tells TVGuide.com. "We're creating a lot of the things people haven't seen before and have never done before, so that's where you get the fiction."
Before Greendale's favorite study group engages in paintball warfare for the two-part May 12 finale, they'll have a few more adventures, ranging from a birthday to a birth. The cast and crew of Community dished to TVGuide.com what else to expect for the remainder of the season.
Your episode-by-episode guide of what's to come:
Pinetop Perkins, the boogie-woogie piano player, died Monday at his home in Austin, TX, according to his official website. He was 97.
The Mississippi native, who is said to have taught...