In Tuesday's episode of Lost, we learned that being infected, like Claire and possibly Sayid have, is a bad thing. We also discovered that, much to Kate's chagrin, Sawyer's eyes are on one woman only: Juliet. Will Sawyer now go off the map? What has "claimed" several Lostaways? And who are these crazy keepers of the Temple?
Read our Lost recap of "What Kate Does"
TVGuide.com sat down with AOL's Maggie Furlong and IGN-TV's Eric Goldman to discuss the revelations in "What Kate Does" on AOL Television's vodcast "Instant Dharma." Check out the video below and offer your thoughts...
Cougar Town, Ian Gomez
Is Cougar Town the next Friends? Ian Gomez, who plays beleaguered husband Andy on the show, says the similarities don't end with Courteney Cox's involvement. "It's funny how Cougar Town started as a show about a woman dating a younger man, and now it's kind of turning into an ensemble show about a bunch of friends and their misadventures," Gomez tells TVGuide.com. "And Lisa [Kudrow] came on! [Friends] did very well and I would be very happy if ours is half as successful as that. I just hope I'm not Joey!" Gomez talked to us about his TV wife, played by Christa Miller, his real wife, Nia Vardalos, and his hopes for a Felicity reunion.
Ellen DeGeneres' debut behind American Idol's judging table lifted the Fox hit's numbers as it remained Tuesday's most-watched program.
Idol's first night of Hollywood Week drew 27.7 million viewers, climbing 12 percent in the adults-18-to-49 demographic from the previous week and 4 percent in total viewers from Season 8's first night of Hollywood Week. Placing second at 8/7c was NCIS (19.7 million viewers), which took a small dip. NBC's Biggest Loser struggled against the tough competition in the first hour, but improved greatly in its second...
Marilyn Monroe personified Hollywood glamour and became one of the most photographed women in the world — but LIFE is unveiling never-before-seen photos of the actress when she was a 25-year-old on the brink of breakout success.
In this previously unpublished, exclusive gallery, the young sex symbol owns the room in a show-stopping red velvet dress and fur stole as she receives one of her first awards, the Henrietta. It honored her as the Best Young Box Office Personality of 1952.
Check out the pictures: