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Watercooler: Smallville's Super Proposal

Tom Welling and Erica Durance

He may not fly much, but that Clark Kent sure knows how to lift our spirits. On Friday night's Smallville, the Man of Steel made Lois Lane an offer no one in their right mind could refuse when he asked his star reporter to make him an honest alien. On bended knee — because he was raised right — and right by their favorite pay phone, CK said the words fans have been waiting to hear since our first shot of the ring box earlier this season. And while we don't want to know what he did to that flower-delivery guy to make it rain rose petals, we do know his proposal was super romantic: read more

Cheers & Jeers: Paul McCartney Invades NBC

Paul McCartney

Cheers to Paul McCartney for getting back to where he once belonged: comedy.

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Ask Matt: Fringe, Dexter, Walking Dead, Post-Mortems and More

Joshua Jackson

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.comand follow me on Twitter!

Question: In season 3 of Fringe so far, the focus has heavily been on Olivia and her emotional turmoil. Any chance we'll be seeing more from Peter? He's been painfully absent and with everything he's gone through recently, it must all build up and make him close to breaking-point, right? We often see Olivia and Walter have meltdowns and heart-breaking scenes, but there are so few from Peter. Joshua Jackson's an amazing actor when given the opportunity! — Helen

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Finale Watch: Dexter and the Race

Michael C. Hall

As big finishes go, Dexter's was a nail-biter, leaving us pretty breathless — though tripping over at least a few loose ends along the way. The Amazing Race on the other hand coasted to its finish line with minimal suspense — but maximum satisfaction in crowning the first all-female champs, the likable doctor duo of Nat and Kat, who stayed comfortably in first place for the entire last leg. The unflappably perky Home Shopping hosts Brook and Claire landed in second, amusing themselves and the audience all the way to the end. Everyone seemed pleased, and even the ultra-competitive last-guy-standing Thomas (who ran afoul of an L.A. cabbie who'd never heard of the Internet) took his defeat like a pro.

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Top 10 YouTube Videos of the Year

Antoine Dodson

Justin Bieber and the "Bed Intruder" song are among the year's top 10 most-watched YouTube videos.

The Gregory Brother's autotuned version of Antoine Dodson's TV interview (a viral hit in itself) topped the list with more than 47 million plays. Bieber's heart-warming video, in which he surprises a die-hard 3-year-old fan on Jimmy Kimmel Live, took the No. 9 spot with more than 19 million views. 

Check out all 10 videos after the jump.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Returning to Glee

Glee

Get ready for more Gwyneth on Glee.

Paltrow will reprise her role as substitute teacher Holly Holiday on the Fox hit, the Oscar winner told Access Hollywood on Sunday.

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The 38-year-old actress, who was promoting her new film Country Strong, called her Glee role ... read more

Elizabeth Hurley Splits from Husband

Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar

Elizabeth Hurley and husband Arun Nayar have separated following a tabloid report that she had an affair with cricketer Shane Warne.

"Not a great day. For the record, my husband Arun & I separated a few months ago," Hurley tweeted Sunday. "Our close family & friends were ... read more

Big Brother's Rachel Reilly Talks Scandal and Soaps

Rachel Reilly

She's not just living a soap opera these days, she's also appearing on one. Big Brother 12 vixen Rachel Reilly just shot her fourth episode of The Bold and the Beautiful — airing January 24 — and it's proving to be a much-needed distraction from real-life events. Reilly recently became the innocent third party in a sex-Skyping scandal in which her man, Brendon Villegas, whom she met and fell in love with on Big Brother, sent photos of his naked genitals to a woman he met online. (In an apology video, Villegas claims he was being blackmailed).

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Keck's Exclusives: Friday Night Lights Faves Return for Finale

Friday Night Lights

Spoiler alert! After an emotional five-season run, Friday Night Lights will go dark next year (DirecTV's 101 Network airs the series finale February 9; NBC will replay the season, likely this summer). But before the last football is tossed, much-missed Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford), Tyra Colette (Adrianne Palicki), Jason Street (Scott Porter) and Landry Clarke (Jesse Plemons) return to Dillon, Texas. Also back: sprung-from-the-slammer Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch, who will appear in the last five episodes).

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Matt's Picks: December 13-16

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The Vampire Diaries (Monday-Friday, 8/7c, The CW)
Get bit. The CW's Southern Gothic answer to Twilight-mania is at least as sexy and twice as fun, burning through so much bloody story in its second season that this weeklong marathon of the sophomore year's first 10 episodes should come in handy, with two episodes airing each night. This time around, admire the ladies of Mystic Falls, in particular Nina Dobrev doing double duty as the virtuous Elena and the evil vamp Katherine, and Candice Accola as Caroline, whose transformation into one of the show's most fascinated and tormented characters took nearly everyone by surprise.

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