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Bravo's Andy Cohen Dishes The Real Housewives of New Jersey Reunion

Andy Cohen

Table-flipping is so last year. This season's Real Housewives of New Jersey concluded with a reunion show two-parter that took the hysterics to new heights. Caught-in-the-crossfire host and Bravo exec Andy Cohen spills all.

TV Guide Magazine: Teresa Giudice launched herself at Danielle Staub, and you got tackled in the process!
Cohen: I was so surprised. My body was not expecting to be pushed — that's why I went down so easy! And she's strong.

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Keck's Exclusives: Glee Kids Invade The Simpsons

The Simpsons

This one time at band camp... Gleeks be sure to catch the September 26 episode of The Simpsons, when Glee stars Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn) and Amber Riley (Mercedes) get Simpsonized.

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Billy Ray Cyrus and Son Trace Teaming Up for SyFy UFO Series

Billy Ray Cyrus

Is Syfy grooming another Billy Ray Cyrus offspring for superstardom?

See photos of Billy Ray Cyrus through the years

The network is developing a new reality show with Cyrus and son Trace in which the duo will investigate ... read more

Sons of Anarchy: How Will Jax Handle His "Emotional Devastation"?

Charlie Hunnam and Ron Perlman

There's no crying in outlaw biker gangs, right?

As Sons of Anarchy roars back for its third season, the leather-clad, gun-running testosterone that has fueled the series takes a bit of a backseat to resolving last season's cliff-hanger: the abduction of Jax's infant son, Abel.

Returning fall shows: Where we left off

"I just wanted to begin the season showing the emotional devastation of that," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells TVGuide.com. "Even though these guys navigate in a fairly dangerous world, ultimately what happened to Jax is not in the outlaw handbook."

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John Travolta Drops Charges in Extortion Case

John Travolta

John Travolta has ended the case against two people accused of trying to extort him and his wife, Kelly Preston, following their son's death in the Bahamas, the Daily News reported Monday.

Judge declares mistrial in Travolta extortion case

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VIDEO: Meet The X Factor's Latest Phenomenon

Cher Lloyd

Cher blew away a national television audience this weekend -- but it wasn't the Cher you're thinking of.

On Britain's X-Factor, sixteen-year-old Cher Lloyd wowed judges with her rendition of Keri Hilson's version of "Turn My Swag On" by Soulja Boy. Judge Louis Walsh told her she was "born to be a pop star," and Simon Cowell agreed, "That was a great, great audition."

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Mad Men Episode Recap: "The Suitcase"

Elisabeth Moss and Jon Hamm, Mad Men

"Somebody very important to me died." Don Draper
"Who?" Peggy
"The only person in the world who really knew me." Don Draper
"That's not true." Peggy

While the rest of the world was watching (and losing money on) the second bout of Cassius Clay and Sonny Liston, a much more personal boxing match was going on inside the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce offices. Don tries to avoid making a phone call destined to bring him earth-shattering bad news by making his protégé, Peggy, stay behind to help him with a troublesome Samsonite ad. The result is one of the series' finest hours, allowing each character to jab the other with various grievances. But they ultimately come to realize what we already knew: These characters love each other — enough to stand by and pick the other up when life delivers a knockout punch.

It's no secret that Don and Peggy have always been kindred spirits, but it's been a while since Mad Men put them in the same room together as much as it did in this episode. And I wouldn't be surprised to see more of it. While Don mourns the loss of Anna Draper, he should take comfort in the fact that Peggy does know him. She may not know the Dick Whitman that Anna loved, but Peggy knows more about polished ad man Don Draper than anyone. And she got a crash course in Whitman 101 straight from Dick's mouth over dinner. Perhaps now, Don's life raft isn't 3,000 miles across the country, but in the office next door... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Dallas Roberts Does Rubicon

Dallas Roberts

Cheers to Rubicon for giving Dallas Roberts a role he can run with.

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The Juilliard-trained actor (who, ironically, is originally from Houston) has spent the summer swiping scenes on AMC's paranoid thriller as American Policy Institute wonk Miles Fiedler. Whether he's flirting with a coworker or fretting over a security breach, Roberts makes his character's squirreliness compelling... read more

Mad Magazine Goes Prime Time

By Sergio Aragones for TV Guide Magazine

It's a MAD world for Kevin Shinick, producer of a new animated series — based on the iconic humor mag that has been skewering pop culture since 1952. When asked if he feels at all daunted by the task of putting his own spin on the influential and beloved publication, Shinick takes a "What? Me Worry?" approach: "There's not so much apprehension or intimidation as there is 'I want to do it justice' for the fan in me — I'm going to be my biggest critic because I love the magazine."

Shinick compares the new series to Adult Swim's Robot Chicken: a chaotic mix of animation styles and off-the-wall sketches designed to capture even the shortest attention spans.... read more

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