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Robin Strasser is Naughty (Not Nice) on One Life to Live's Christmas Episode

Robin Strasser

Are those reindeer hooves we hear on the roof? Nope, it's that One Life to Live pain in the ass Echo DiSavoy (Kim Zimmer), who will come down the chimney in a Santa suit on the soap's December 22 episode. But there's nothing festive about it. Echo is being punk'd by that wicked little elf Dorian Lord, played by ... read more

Watercooler: Family Comes First on Survivor

Survivor: Nicaragua

If the family visits on last night's Survivor didn't wreck you, you may actually be dead inside.

Rounding up the loved ones of our remaining players, Jeff reunited Chase, Sash and Fabio with their moms, Dan with his son, Jane and her daughter, and Holly with her husband. Tears, hugs, a guttural meltdown by Dan. It was all there, like a Hallmark commercial with really smelly people and the vague odor of avarice. And while some may say "please, they've only been away from home for a month," imagine how out-of-whack their emotions must be after ... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Human Target: Don't Miss It!

Human Target

Cheers to Human Target for hitting the proverbial bull's-eye.

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Fox's sophomore sleeper may seem like a mindless action show on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you'll find one of network TV's best-written, produced and acted dramas. The ensemble, led by ... read more

Kyle Richards Previews a Beverly Hills Brawl

Kyle Richards

As a former child star, Kyle Richards knows from drama. But even she was blown away by the histrionics that erupt on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills tonight (10/9c, Bravo) when she and frenemy Camille Grammer go at it one more time during a dinner party fans are gonna eat up! ...

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The Big Bang Crew Get Their Comic On

Jim Parsons

At the risk of mixing nerd metaphors, "The Justice League Recombination" — a DC Comics-themed episode of The Big Bang Theory — promises to cause many disturbances in the force. Penny is back with Zack (Brian Thomas Smith), that Tall Drink of Manbot from last season who makes Leonard feel positively pubescent.

"The writers and I were thinking ... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: December 17-19

Ricky Gervais

Christmas in Washington (Friday, 8/7c, TNT)

It's the most wonderful time of the year — for musical holiday specials, at the very least. Mariah Carey, who kicked the TV week off with an ABC Christmas special on Monday, is part of the all-star lineup of this concert extravaganza, taped last weekend at the gorgeous National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Ellen DeGeneres hosts, and joining Carey onstage are ... read more

Mariah Carey Expecting Twins

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

It's an early Christmas present for Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon: The couple is expecting twins.

Cannon announced the big news on his radio show, 92.3 Now, Thursday morning.

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Kris Jenner Embarks on Joint Venture with Music Management Group

Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian

Kris Jenner is transitioning from mom-ager to full-time manager.

Jenner, who already manages her kids and the band BG5, has formed a new joint venture with music management group Wright-Crear Management, E! reports. Her son, Rob, will assume the day-to-day operations.

"Music is in my blood and this is my dream job," he told E! News.

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Aretha Franklin Released From Hospital

Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin has been released from a Detroit hospital where she recently underwent surgery for an undisclosed illness.

Aretha Franklin recovering from "highly successful" surgery

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Date Set for Roger Ebert's TV Return

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert's new movie review TV show will premiere Jan. 21, the film critic announced.

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies will air in 192 markets across the United States and worldwide in 175 countries via the Armed Forces Network, Ebert wrote in his Chicago Sun-Times journal.

Ebert, who lost his ability to speak after a battle with thyroid cancer, announced his TV return in September. The new show will feature contributors who will use Ebert's trademark "thumbs up/thumbs down" rating system he made famous on At the Movies, which ended earlier this year. Ebert, who communicates with post-it notes and a computer program that turns text into speech, will contribute regular segments as well.

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