Roberto Martinez and Ali Fedotowsky
The Bachelorette's Ali Fedotowsky may have found love with Roberto Martinez, but life isn't all "rainbows and butterflies," she says.
"There are areas we don't match up on, but what makes a good couple is learning to accept things that are differences about your partner," Fedotowsky tells TVGuide.com.
A fast-paced world calls for cutting-edge technology, but as far as Claire is concerned, all the electronic devices at the Dunphys' disposal have rendered face-to-face household communication obsolete. So she decides to get the family in touch with their inner Luddites by declaring a one-week moratorium on texting, IMing and Internet use, which the kids find nothing to LOL about. Meanwhile, Cameron and Mitchell hit the demographic jackpot when they try to get Lily into the best preschool. — Joe Friedrich
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Any news about what's coming up for Alex on Grey's Anatomy? — Emma
ADAM: He'll have a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment of flirtation with Lexie in the Oct. 28 episode, but his primary focus will be on a young girl who needs her trachea replaced. And though Alex maintains his stint in pediatrics has nothing to do with him being a softie for the kids, you can judge for yourself when he sings a few bars of a Justin Bieber tune to calm his patient while she's getting an MRI.
I heard that the guy from Justified was going to be on The Office. What's that all about? —Carl
MICKEY: Show some respect, Carl! The man's name is Timothy Olyphant, and he'll play Danny on The Office. Danny's a really successful, kinda hot salesman who works for a Dunder Mifflin competitor...
After so many years in Hollywood, Terrence Howard knows how to keep his cool in front of the press. On the set of Law & Order: Los Angeles, however, it's a completely different story.
As Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Jonah "Joe" Dekker, Howard has to shoot quite a few press conference scenes, but that doesn't mean he gets it right every time. Check out these...
Fox has ordered more scripts for veteran series American Dad and upcoming comedy Bob's Burgers, according to Vulture.
The network has ordered eight more scripts for American Dad, now in its sixth season on Fox. Six more...
CBS' new daytime talk show The Talk premiered Monday to 2.25 million viewers, according to the network.
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The roundtable women's series, hosted by Julie Chen among others, was up 29 percent in its time period among women 18-49 and up 22 percent in women overall compared to...
Tom Bosley, who played the gruff but lovable Mr. C on Happy Days, and whose stable demeanor made him one of TV's ultimate father figures, has died. He was 83.
Bosley had been battling lung cancer but died of heart failure at his home in Palm Springs, Calif., early Tuesday, his agent, Sheryl Abrams,
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Bosley's Happy Days character, Howard Cunningham, was constantly distracted from...