Chris Colfer, Eric Stoltz
Have faith. Always a good motto to go by as we embark on the roller-coaster ride of a new TV season.
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No show asks us to take more of a leap of faith each week than Fox's Glee, the over-the-top high-school musical fantasy that can be sensationally entertaining and thoroughly irritating sometimes within the same episode — or even the same scene. (Flashback to last week's Britney Spears homage episode. A mess story-wise, but the music-video production numbers were a wow, and while the "Toxic" group number was a Fosse-esque highlight, the cutaways to the grotesque student-body euphoria were, in a word, toxic...
Lisa Rinna has undergone surgery to reduce her upper lip.
"My lips started to define who I am," Rinna told People. "That bothered me."
Rinna, 47, had the surgery in August, a year after she revealed that she had silicone injected into to her upper lip in 1986.
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Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion, Castle
On this episode of Castle, Beckett and Castle investigate the murder of a bail bondsman. But when they find a coded document at the crime scene, Castle becomes obsessed with unlocking the mystery. Meanwhile, Castle comes to grips with Alexis entering the "wild child phase," which Castle fears greatly after learning about a few of Beckett's choice behaviors when she was a teen. And speaking of Beckett's past, we meet Michael Royce, Beckett's former training officer who may have been more than just a partner...
Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian are heading to New York, E! announced on Tuesday.
Debuting in January 2011, Kourtney and Kim Take New York will follow the sisters — along with Kourtney's boyfriend, Scott Disick, and their son, Mason — as they take on the Big Apple.
When Ryan Murphy was an altar boy, he was obsessed with the Shroud of Turin, a centuries-old piece of cloth said to bear the face of Jesus. On Tuesday's episode of Glee, Finn will see God in his grilled cheese sandwich. (He proceeds to ask the "Cheesy Lord" to grant him three wishes.)
Having the glee club wrestle with matters of faith could be controversial. Outside of 7th Heaven and similarly earnest shows, religion is a rare presence in primetime television. Could Glee, with its brand of biting, often politically incorrect humor, be sensitive enough to do justice to the hot-button topic?
On the surface, Finn's divine discovery is just another way to mock the sweetly dim character. But in the same episode, Glee delves deeper into serious questions of faith when a tragedy prompts Kurt to reveal that he doesn't believe in God...
The Good Wife's Kalinda is always investigating and revealing details about those around her, but her own life is a bit of a mystery. Archie Panjabi, who plays Kalinda, says viewers will soon learn more.
"You're definitely going to see a few more layers peeled off Kalinda," the Emmy winner told TVGuide.com at The Good Wife Season 1 DVD release party.