Living with a Colombian wife and her son, Jay's horizons broaden every day, but tonight it's apparent that the phrase "like riding a bike" means nothing to them — because they don't know how. So while Jay teaches them what to him feels like an American birthright, Claire is driven to distraction by a person speeding through the Dunphys' neighborhood; and Mitchell and Cameron are just plain distracted by the New Agey, hot-tubbing and frequently shirtless guy (James Marsden) who moved in upstairs. — Joe Friedrich
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Have you heard anything more about the new character on Hawaii Five-0? — Mark
ADAM: The show is still on the lookout for what's now being described as a young version of Jack Ryan from The Hunt for Red October. (That doesn't rule out the ladies though, as we're hearing the character could very well be a woman.) Further, we'll first meet the character as part of a protection detail enlisted for McGarrett. But we'll soon learn that he or she also has a score to settle with Wo Fat.
Will Phil and Claire role play again this Valentine's Day on Modern Family? — Ron
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Madison, Brad Womack
About 9 million people were willing to give Brad Womack a second chance and made The Bachelor second during the ABC show's Season 15 two-hour premiere.
The debut (starting at 8/7c) ran behind the CBS comedy block not only in total viewers but also in the coveted 18-to-49 demographic, garnering a 2.9 rating — 12 percent below...