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Mario Lopez Shares 5 Reasons to Watch The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation

The Dog Who Saved Christmas

Mario Lopez can be seen all over TV — hosting Extra, starring on his VH1 reality show Saved By the Baby — but get ready to hear more of him. The Saved By the Bell alum has lent his voice to ABC Family's new TV movie The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation.

A sequel to last year's The Dog Who Saved Christmas, the movie stars Gary Valentine and Elisa Donovan as George and Belinda Bannister, who take their family and beloved dog Zeus (voice of Lopez) for a nice and relaxing holiday vacation. Things get hectic when they discover that Belinda's obnoxious brother Randy (Casper Van Dien) has shown up with his son and their new poodle, Bella (voice of Paris Hilton). As if that isn't stressful enough,  Zeus' burglar enemies, Ted (Dean Cain) and Stewey (Joey "Coco" Diaz), dog-nap Bella to get their paws on the diamond collar she was mistakenly given.

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Shocker: Willie Nelson Charged with Marijuana Possession

Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson was charged with marijuana possession after 6 ounces of the drug was found aboard his tour bus in Texas, according to The Associated Press.

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Nelson's bus pulled into a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas around 9 a.m. Friday. A search was ordered after an officer smelled pot, and ... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010

Pit Bulls and Parolees

Pit Bulls and Parolees
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It's been five years since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and left many of its pets in peril. Traveling with her son, Kanani, Tia visits the city to finalize a dog adoption, but before she can complete her mission Tia spies an abandoned dog caught in a lightning storm and stops to rescue it. Back at the Villalobos ranch, her crew tackles a rattlesnake infestation. — Rhoda Charles

Read on for previews of Your Pet Wants This, Too!, Debbie Macomber's Call Me Mrs. Miracle, Rush Zone: Guardians of the Core, Triassic Attack, College Football and College Basketball. read more

President Obama Receives Stitches for Busted Lip After Basketball Game

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama  required 12 stitches in his lip after he was injured during a pickup basketball game Friday, according to The Associated Press.

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Obama was playing with a group of family and friends who were visiting for Thanksgiving, the White House said, but would not identify the owner of the stray elbow that caught the president in the mouth... read more

Ugly Betty Actor on Mother's Murder: "It Was the Work of God"

Michael L. Brea

Michael Brea, the bit-part actor charged with murdering his own mother, said his actions were "the work of God."

Brea, who appeared on episodes of Ugly Betty and in the feature film Step-Up 3D, was arrested Tuesday after repeatedly stabbing his mother, 55-year-old Yannick Brea, with a sword. He is being held in the prison ward of Bellevue Hospital in New York, where his psychiatric health is being evaluated.

Ugly Betty actor charged with mother's slaying

Speaking to New York's Daily News, Brea was unrepentant about the attack. "I didn't kill her. I killed the demon inside her," he said. "It was the work of God."

Brea told the newspaper... read more

What Was the Best Show of 2010?

Patrick Dempsey (Grey's Anatomy), The Walking Dead

It's that time of year: As 2010 winds down, we want to know which TV shows kept you glued to your set this year.

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Did you find yourself returning to old favorites like Grey's Anatomy and The Mentalist? Were you captivated by the sophomore seasons of such hits as Glee and Modern Family? Did nostalgia coax you into watching Steve Carell's last season of The Office  or the final chapter of Smallville?

Have newcomers like Hawaii Five-0 or Nikita become mainstays on your DVR? Maybe you were drawn into new cable dramas such as FX's Justified, HBO's Boardwalk Empire or AMC's The Walking Dead.

We want to know: What is your pick for the best show of 2010? Share all your thoughts in the comments after the jump... read more

Mila Kunis: Sex Scene with Natalie Portman Was a "Little Uncomfortable"

Mila Kunis

Filming a love scene with Natalie Portman in the upcoming film Black Swan wasn't exactly an easy day at work for Mila Kunis.

VIDEO: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis share a kiss in Black Swan

"Any time you do any intimate scene on film, it's going to be a little uncomfortable, whether it's the same sex or the opposite sex," Kunis said at a news conference to promote the film, a psychological thriller about competing ballerinas played by Kunis and Portman.

The former That '70s Show star said the Black Swan scene was made easier because she and Portman weren't complete strangers... read more

Jeremy Renner to Take Over Mission: Impossible Franchise?

Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner's upcoming appearance in Tom Cruise's fourth Mission: Impossible film may be the first of several.

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Renner, who received an Oscar nomination for his role in The Hurt Locker, told MTV News that the producers of Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol might be grooming him as Cruise's replacement.... read more

The Black Eyed Peas to Perform During Super Bowl Halftime Show

Black Eyed Peas

Grammy-winning hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas will perform during halftime of Super Bowl XLV.

The Black Eyed Peas have sold more than 28 million albums worldwide. The group's latest album, The Beginning, hits stores Tuesday. Other recent Super Bowl performers include The Who, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Prince.

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The Super Bowl, which is usually the most-watched event of the television year... read more

The Mother of All Guest Stars: Linda Hamilton Talks Chuck

Linda Hamilton

She can warm your heart and kick your ass from here to next Tuesday. Nobody plays action moms better than Linda Hamilton, who's gone from sci-fi in The Terminator flicks to spy-fi on Chuck, where she now plays secret agent Mary Elizabeth Bartowski. The character, who abandoned her offspring, Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Ellie (Sarah Lancaster), almost 20 years ago without explanation, appears to be in league with Russian meanie Alexei Volkov (Timothy Dalton). So how come she shows up unannounced in Monday's episode (Nov. 29, 8/7c, NBC) to have Thanksgiving leftovers with Chuck? Is Mom Bartowski truly bad or is she faking it? The series plans to keep fans guessing. TV Guide Magazine had a chat with the fabulous Hamilton and not even she knows the truth! read more

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