Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men
"You can't tell how people are going to behave based on how they have behaved." — Don Draper
Though a number of characters during this hour of Mad Men behave differently than we've seen in the past, Don's sentiment isn't exactly true, no matter how much he wants to believe it. The episode, devoted mostly to Peggy and Pete, shows how much has changed for both of them since they were the pair dealing with awkward sexual tension in the office. Peggy's got a bunch of hip, young friends who smoke pot and refuse to sell their artistic souls to the corporate devil of advertising. Pete is now a partner who isn't afraid to push around his father-in-law, now that Pete has come through by giving Tom a grandchild. But Pete's already been a father, and even though Peggy gave the baby away, it's still there between them. And just as Peggy catches Pete's eye through the glass doors that separate their two current lives at the end of the episode, the two will never be able to truly escape the behaviors of their past...
Grace Park, Daniel Dae Kim, Scott Caan and Alex O'Loughlin
Go behind the scenes during TV Guide Magazine's photo shoot with the hottest new show of the fall, Hawaii Five-0! Check out Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park as they discuss the new look of the show, working in Hawaii and the iconic theme song! Plus, we've got exclusive footage of their sizzling photo shoot, featured in this week's issue of TV Guide Magazine, on newsstands now. Check out the video after the jump...
The Big C
Who's up for a death comedy jam? Don't everybody raise their hands at once.
Leave it to an adventurous network like Showtime to develop a series that confronts the age-old maxim about how "dying is easy but comedy is hard." That's certainly the case with The Big C, an affecting yet uneven tragicomedy that comes to life whenever its heroine confronts her mortality but tends to die any time the story line goes overboard on the wackiness...
LIE TO ME (Monday, 9/8c, Fox)
It's a mini-Shield reunion when a half-dozen former cast members appear in guest roles—an homage courtesy of Shawn Ryan, who created The Shield and is show-runner for Lie's summer season. Look for David Rees Snell, David Marciano, Catherine Dent, Benito Martinez, Cathy Cahlin Ryan and Kenneth Johnson in this episode, which finds Lightman and ex-wife Zoe witnessing an execution and wondering if they sent the wrong person to Death Row...
Lie to Me
Did you ever wonder what would happen if The Shield's Capt. David Aceveda and Officer Danny Sofer were married? Well, viewers will get to see the actors behind those characters as a longtime couple — as well as some other Shield alums together again — on Lie to Me.
Cast members of The Shield set to reunite on Lie to Me
"It's just a fun alternate universe with all these people you're accustomed to seeing in a certain environment," Shield creator and Lie to Me executive producer Shawn Ryan tells TVGuide.com of the stunt episode (Monday at 9/8c on Fox). "It was different, but I think everyone was just really happy to see one another again. I think it meant more on a personal level even than a professional level. We had a very tight-knit group on that show, so to be able to reunite ... was very nice."
Ryan says he immediately began looking for ways to bring Shield actors to his new show when Season 2 began, but then got greedy...
Tila Tequila says she was attacked while on stage at the "Gathering of the Juggalos" music festival, CNN reports.
On her Twitter account late Saturday, she wrote: "The people at Juggalos behavior was disgusting ..." ("Juggalos" are fans of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse.)
Tila Tequila's Top 4 Twitter debacles
Hardin County Sheriff Tom Seiner told TVGuide.com he received a report from the 28-year-old reality star over the phone about 8 o'clock Sunday morning, but she said she was unable to go to the police department to have photographs taken of the injuries.
Justin Bieber, Kanye West
It would be a Twitter-born miracle: A Kanye West-Justin Bieber collaboration.
Why not make it happen at MTV's Video Music Awards?
MTV has already secured a performance for this year's event from West, who dominated last year's VMA headlines for dissing Taylor Swift mid-acceptance speech. Could he be a draw again with the help of young Bieber? Definitely.
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor has asked to see a priest and receive her last rites, her publicist tells TVGuide.com.
Zsa Zsa Gabor undergoes successful hip surgery
The actress, 93, was admitted to UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center to have two blood clots removed on Saturday, The Associated Press reports. It also marked her 24th wedding anniversary to husband Frederic von Anhalt.
It's a few hours into a June day of shooting on the New York set of AMC's Rubicon. The set is breathlessly quiet, and the show's star, James Badge Dale, is staring at a photograph.
The quiet is finally broken when Dale's character, Will Travers, begins jotting down notes on index cards with a Sharpie. That's right: With four episodes of the conspiracy thriller's first season left to shoot, there are no car bombs, no sniper fire, no creepy phone calls — just the squeak of the marker moving over paper.
Rubicon's James Badge Dale: "Our show is not for everybody"
"We're spinning a yarn. We're trying to do something different than what's normally done on television, and it's not going to be for everybody," Dale tells TVGuide.com during a break. "We want to do something subtle. ... We're asking people to sit down and be taken on a ride, albeit not a very fast one...