George W. Bush; Kanye West
George W. Bush says he forgives Kanye West after the rapper expressed regret for calling the former president a racist.
In an interview with Today's Matt Lauer, West said he "didn't have the grounds" to call ...
USA will air the second half of Royal Pains' Season 2 beginning January 20, so fans don't have to wait until summer to hit the Hamptons again with HankMed. TV Guide Magazine went in search of scoop at The Paley Center for Media's screening and panel discussion, held November 8 in Los Angeles.
The first January episode takes place at a three-day charity golf tournament benefiting the hospital. Jill is on a team with a boozy couple (the woman is played by Amy Sedaris) and a once-promising pro hindered by a degenerative muscular disorder in his hand (Tom Cavanagh). While Hank tries to fix him, he practices his game on Jill. "In the first episode back, one of our own actually gets sick and Hank has to work his diagnostic magic," Reshma Shetty (Divya) teases. The medication leads to a few loopy hospital bed confessions and makes Hank rethink a past love-life decision...
This year, Miranda Lambert will be throwing one heck of a birthday party. The country singer turns 27 on November 10 — the same night the Country Music Association hosts its 44th annual awards in Nashville. And the birthday girl just might walk away with a whole mess of shiny gifts: Lambert scored nine nominations, the most ever garnered by a female in a single year.
"It's ridiculous, isn't it?" Lambert says. "It hasn't really sunk in yet."
But there's no question the Texas native's brand of genuine country music has hit home with listeners...
Psych returns from its mid-season break with a familiar face: Shawn and Gus' nemesis Despereaux, played by the charismatic Cary Elwes. The clever criminal asks the guys to visit him in prison, but what Shawn and Gus don't know is that he's involving them in his plot to escape custody. Everything goes according to Despereaux's plan... until he's accused of murder and needs Shawn and Gus to help clear his name. — Brie Hearn
Read on for previews of America's Next Top Model, the 44th Annual CMA Awards, Criminal Minds, Law & Order: SVU, English Premier League Soccer and Harry Loves Lisa.
Chris Colfer, Glee
And here you thought Kurt and his new "Teenage Dream" Blaine were going to lock lips. There was the slow-motion hand-holding down the hallway, the "I'm gonna get your heart racing / in my skintight jeans," the test messages of "courage"...
But no. (Or, not yet.) Glee pulled a fast one and Kurt instead got his first kiss from a closeted jock. Then, in another unexpected turn, Mr. Schu planted a gentle one on Coach Bieste, who after learning that her image provided some glee clubbers the, er, buzz kill, they needed, revealed hurt feelings.
Kurt's kiss with ham hock (his words, not mine) felt necessary, even if it was presented as a twist...
Between Kalinda's steamy kisses with Detective Anthony Burton and her very close friendship with FBI Agent Lana Delaney, Good Wife fans have waited more than a year to find out the truth about Kalinda's sexuality. Tuesday's episode made that answer very much worth the wait.
Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) never uttered the words "gay" or "straight" once during the episode, and she didn't have to. At last, the show opened a window into...
James Roday, Dule Hill
Psych's resident fake psychic, Shawn Spencer (James Roday), may not really be able to read minds. But after four years, five seasons and 72 episodes, Roday and his on-screen partner-in-crime, Dulé Hill, have developed some very telekinetic capabilities."We're always thinking the same thing, but then he always says his out loud and then I don't have to, which is awesome," Roday says. As the duo prepares for the second half of Season 5 — in which they'll pay tribute to pop culture touchstones like Twin Peaks, Police Academy and It's a Wonderful Life — the stars of the USA comedy talked about their characters' romantic entanglements (or lack thereof), dream guest stars and the joy of...
Alex O'Loughlin, Sandra Oh, Michael Weatherly
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What's the deal with McGarrett's sister on Hawaii Five-0? — Jen
ADAM: Mary's presence will be explained in an upcoming episode in which she's kidnapped. McGarrett and Danno's investigation will reveal that her disappearance is connected to the murder of McGarrett's mother years before. The lead suspect: a businessman with significant ties to the Japanese mob who's also a close friend — and major campaign contributor — to the governor.
Derek's taking Cristina fishing on Grey's Anatomy? How will Owen feel about that? — Diane
MICKEY: Owen thinks it's...
Thank you, Canada: You make America look less trashy.
Lake Shore, Canada's seeming attempt to create its own Jersey Shore, puts eight party animals in a house in Toronto. The housemates, however, aren't labeled with nicknames like JWOWW or Snooki, but rather by their ethnicities (The Jew, The Italian, etc.).
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