Anna Nicole Smith
Anna Nicole Smith was once investigated for an alleged murder-for-hire plot against her former son-in-law, according to newly released FBI reports obtained by The Associated Press.
Prosecutors never charged Smith, who died in 2007, because of...
Jon and Kate Gosselin
They've been featured on countless talk shows and magazine covers as well as their own TLC program. Now the Gosselins are serving as the inspiration for Law & Order''s Oct. 16 episode.
The episode titled "Reality Bites" (not to be confused with the 1994 movie about Gen Xers) focuses on the star of Larry Plus 10, a Jon & Kate Plus Eight-type reality show about a dad raising 10 adopted special-needs children after his wife is...
Chyler Leigh, Grey’s Anatomy
On Grey's Anatomy this season, Seattle Grace and Mercy West are merging — meaning even doctors face getting not a scalpel, but the ax.
The hospital merger isn't the only problem the residents of Seattle Grace are having. When Thatcher Grey (Jeff Perry) returns, he throws the Grey sisters into turmoil, as Lexie (Chyler Leigh) fights to save her father's life and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) doesn't care.
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On top of that, the 27-year-old Leigh tells TVGuide.com that the budding relationship between Mark (Eric Dane) and Lexie has a wrench thrown into it. What else could go wrong? Plenty, she says:
Glee - Matthew Morrison, Jayma Mays
Will challenges the glee club to a boys-vs.-girls competition with a mashup showdown. The boys take on Bon Jovi and Usher, while the ladies belt out Beyoncé and Katrina and the Waves. Meanwhile, despite having no medical experience, Terri becomes the school nurse to keep an eye on her husband.
The opening of "Vitamin D" finds Will trying to get glee club to step up their game. Unfortunately, glee thinks sectionals are going to be a breeze and so they aren't putting in any effort. Why does the club think the competition is going to be a cakewalk? They're competing against a school for the deaf and an all-girls halfway house. My spidey-senses say those clubs are going to be exceedingly excellent, despite what glee thinks.
Julio Gomez, who entered The Biggest Loser ranch at 407 pounds, lost his partner in the first elimination. Left to fight solo, the 40-year-old Chicago father of two was sent home after having one of the lowest weight-loss percentages in week four. TVGuide.com caught up with Gomez, who now weighs some 279 pounds.
TVGuide.com: After the first elimination, some of your fellow contestants felt you deserved to go home over your partner Alexandra. Do you think they didn't understand your workout process?
Julio Gomez: I completely think they didn't understand my workout process. That was a hard week for me, and the 13 pounds was a good weight loss ... I had no issue getting up at 6 in the morning, getting to the gym while other people were still asleep. If you want to call it hidden from them, maybe it was, or maybe while someone was at the pool, I was at the gym. I didn't feel it was necessary to...
Parks and Recreation
Rashida Jones wants us to know that Parks and Recreation is not The Office's stepchild. But Jones says that big things are coming this season, both for that desolate pit and for the love lives of both Ann and Leslie (Amy Poehler). Jones, 33, tells TVGuide.com about Fred Armisen's guest stint, a possible crossover with The Office and her memories of family friend Michael Jackson.
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TVGuide.com: How is the show different this season?
Jones: I hope that people who watch The Office can now see that it's definitely different, but it's the kind of thing that you would want to watch if you like that show. Hopefully there's enough distance now. It's like becoming friends with an ex once you've had a little time after you broke up. Hopefully we'll be able to be friends now...