Merle Haggard, Jerry Herman, Bill T. Jones, Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney
Since 1978, the enduring wonder of the Kennedy Center Honors — which pays respects to performing arts masters for their lifetime contributions — has been the diversity of the group it assembles each year in Washington, D.C. And this year's ...
People sell the craziest things...as evidenced by the items brought into Detroit's American Jewelry and Loan. This pawn shop, featured in TruTV's popular series, opens its second season with a man trying to sell a DVD player that he says is actually an alien communication device, and a former porn star comes in with some of his old movies. The value of these items may be questionable, but for reality TV, this stuff is priceless! — Rhoda Charles
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The Good Wife
It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the second batch of TVGuide.com's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes...
Though Barbara Walters picked Snooki and the Jersey Shore gang for a slot on The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2010, reality television contains a whole host of intriguing characters. There are cutthroat manipulators on Survivor, plucky pairs of travelers on The Amazing Race, folks looking to change both their bodies and lives on The Biggest Loser and more. So we want to know which reality show you think casts the most interesting people?
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James Franco's grandmother has a few choice words for audiences too scared to watch 127 Hours, which includes a graphic scene where her grandson's character cuts off his arm.
In a new Funny or Die video, Franco asks his grandmother — who sports a T-shirt that reads "I kept my eyes open for 127 Hours" — if she has anything to say about those who can't bear to sit through the movie. "I think they're a bunch of p------," she replies.
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