To those of you who dropped the freshman drama Hellcats for being nothing but an experiment in cheerleaders-gone-wild, it's time to re-enroll. Because this thing is some serious fun.
Last night, the Lancer pep goddesses turned it out for an '80s-themed Spirit Party to celebrate the team's 25th anniversary, complete with costumes, kitsch and — siss-boom-yeah! — a killer cover of Squeeze's "Tempted" by series regular Sharon Leal.
Vince Vaughn says he's glad that a joke using the word "gay" will remain in his new film, The Dilemma.
In one scene, Vaughn, who plays an automotive consultant, says, "Ladies and gentleman, electric cars are gay." The joke was removed from the film's trailer three weeks ago after it was deemed insensitive by GLAAD, but director Ron Howard said last week that he will not cut the quip.
Ron Howard refuses to cut "gay" joke from The Dilemma
"I'm glad to hear it's staying ...
Fox has enlisted Glee star Jane Lynch to host its new holiday special, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
TV's Funniest Holiday Moments: A Paley Center for Media Special will look back at the small screen's most memorable...
Kanye West; George W. Bush
Kanye West says he understands why George W. Bush says the "all-time low" during his presidency was when the rapper claimed the former president "doesn't care about black people" — because he went through the same criticism after interrupting Taylor Swift.
"I definitely can understand the way he feels, to be accused of being a racist in any way, because the same thing happened to me, where I got accused of ...
Blue Bloods (Friday, 10/9c, CBS)
This week, it's Erin the assistant district attorney who's in the family's crosshairs — and if you've been watching this Friday night hit, you know the dinner-table debates in this multigenerational crime-fighting family are a weekly highlight. What's got the Reagans riled up this time? Erin's methods in taking down a notorious gang leader, which involves...
Cheers to Terriers for sinking its teeth into some meaty drama.
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FX's P.I. series has suffered from a bit of an identity crisis in its first season — is it a breezy caper comedy, a dark conspiracy thriller, a character-based drama or some combo platter of the three? That, along with...
Stephen "tWitch" Boss was light enough on his feet to finish second in the fourth season of "So You Think You Can Dance." But when the aspiring actor guest stars on tonight's episode, his character will have to employ some pretty fancy footwork to get out of a murder charge after a rival street dancer's skull is discovered at a construction site. Meanwhile, Hannah's instincts as a war correspondent could come in handy when she's assigned to cover a story in a dangerous part of town. — Joe Friedrich
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"It's not anything that the audience can't handle," KaDee Strickland stresses as she sits in the living room of Sam's beachfront house on the Private Practice set during one of the few days she's not covered in prosthetic cuts, scrapes and bruises.
The "it" in this situation is her character Charlotte's sexual assault and brutal beating in this Thursday's episode of Private Practice (10/9c on ABC).
Private Practice tackles rape during sweeps
At the end of last week's episode, Charlotte walked out of her office at the hospital only to encounter a deranged man whose face the audience has yet to see (though we know he's played by Buffy alum Nicholas Brendon). After a harsh smack, he shoved her back into the dark office as the episode faded to black.
"The fact that she has this happen in her place of business is a very powerful statement because she has to go back to it," Strickland says. "It will never be the same thing to...
Forget the family friendly roles. Hilary Duff is going the ruthless, queen bee route for her upcoming guest role on Community.
"It was fun," Duff says. "I haven't really done anything where I got to be a bitch before."
On Thursday's episode (8/7c on NBC), Duff plays Meghan, Greendale's resident mean girl who bullies Britta, Shirley and Annie.
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"The mean girls are taking over and ...