With the uneven Just Desserts spin-off just a falling soufflé of a memory, the cooking competition got back on the front burner last night with its much-hyped All-Stars edition. Jammed with vets from seasons past, most awesome and only a few awful (Stephen from season 1, you remain a supercilious hobbit), it's clear that a real food fight is on...and on fire.
We've been waiting all season — some I would imagine rather impatiently — for the worlds to collide on Fringe, and it finally happened in the last moments of the most recent (Nov. 18) episode, which is where this week's pivotal and please-don't-miss-it installment picks up.
To watch the awesome teaser, go here.
Saturday Night Live (Saturday, 11:30/10:30c, NBC)
You laughin' at me? Let's hope that's the case when revered Oscar-winner Robert DeNiro returns to host SNL for his third time, kicking off three weeks of new episodes. (DeNiro's Little Fockers, the third film in the Meet the Parents series, opens Dec. 22.) Musical guest is Diddy-Dirty Money, a group comprised of Sean "Diddy" Combs, Kalenna Harper and Dawn Richard.
Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian
What kind of careers would the Kardashians be pursuing if they weren't famous?
New mother Kourtney would open up a kids clothing store, while newlywed Khloe wants to try out culinary school.
Tonight Troy reaches an important milestone: his 21st birthday. What initially starts as a tame study-room celebration soon changes into a night out at a bar. While Shirley focuses her efforts on getting rid of incriminating photos of herself scattered throughout the establishment, Annie decides to get into character based on her fake ID. And while the others enjoy socializing, Senor Chang is hot on their tails, determined to crash the party. — Brie Hearn
Read on for previews of The Santa Suit, NBA Basketball, Grey's Anatomy, Brad Meltzer's Decoded, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The Apprentice.
Imagine Glee without attention hog Rachel Berry, outspoken Kurt or ditzy Brittany. Well, a new crop of McKinley High students may be infiltrating New Directions sooner than you'd think.
Less than halfway through its sophomore season, series co-creator Ryan Murphy is already looking to the future of the popular musical comedy. He says he plans to replace the current cast with new actors once their characters graduate at the end of 2012.
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The Vampire Diaries' Damon (Ian Somerhalder) may play second fiddle to his brother Stefan (Paul Wesley) when it comes to many things, especially love, but he's second to none when it comes to one-liners.
Some of our favorites from the first two seasons: