Jake Pavelka and Tenley Molzahn
Did Tenley dodge a bullet by not ending up with Jake?
On last season of The Bachelor, college admissions rep Tenley Molzahn was sent home broken-hearted by Jake Pavelka. Since then, his relationship with first pick Vienna Girardi has devolved into a tabloid train-wreck culminating with a televised break-up interview on July 5 that highlighted Jake's less-than-warm-and-fuzzy side. (Sample tidbit: He admitted to throwing a GPS out of a car window when Vienna "undermined" him about directions.)
So is the fan-favorite Tenley...
Aaron Douglas, The Bridge
There's a new cop show on the TV lineup. The Canadian drama The Bridge (Saturday, 8/7c, CBS) premiered July 10 and introduced viewers to Frank Leo, a dedicated beat officer who is fed up with the corrupt police brass. He takes action by getting elected union leader, making him some powerful new enemies who have already proven they'll go to great lengths to bring him down.
But it's nothing Frank can't handle, according to the guy who plays him: Aaron Douglas, who likens the character to Tony Soprano...
Pink took a serious digger during a concert in Germany, but she hopes her fans were at least entertained by the wipeout.
Check out a photo of Pink performing at the 2010 Grammys while suspended in the air
"I'm so so so sorry to end the show that way," Pink tweeted from an ambulance after a harness malfunctioned and slammed her into a barricade during a performance in Germany on Wednesday. "Didn't get clipped in2 harness correctly, drug me off stage, fell in2 barricade...I hope it at least looked cool!!!"
An hour later, the singer, 30, updated fans on Twitter saying ...
Brendon and Rachel, Big Brother 12
To all those reality bashers who go on about "oh, it's so edited, blah blah wah," go watch some of Showtime 2's uncut, unedited live feed from the Big Brother house and then we'll talk. Because, for real, this thing is boring. Thursday night's three-hour edition of Big Brother After Dark felt like three seasons, and still, nothing happened...
The Dudesons in America
Culture shock has never been so high-voltage. In MTV's hit stunt series The Dudesons in America (Friday, 11/10/c), four Finnish pranksters have been touring the United States performing death-defying stunts for bewildered locals. Think of it as Jackass with accents.
"We've been filming since the first of January and we haven't been kicked out of the country yet, so I think we're doing pretty good!" says leader Jukka Hilden, who, with lifelong pals Jarppi, HP and Jarno, are infamous in Finland for their antics...
Aaron Sorkin, John Edwards
Aaron Sorkin intends to make his feature film directorial debut with a movie about former presidential candidate John Edwards.
The screenwriter has acquired rights to the The Politician, the tell-all book written by Edwards' one-time aide detailing...
So You Think You Can Dance, Ashley Galvan
For the second week in a row, a So You Think You Can Dance contestant was eliminated due to an injury.
Ashley Galvan was cut from the competition Thursday night. She experienced severe rib pain during her rehearsal on Monday. She was later told by two separate doctors that she had...
Would Royal Pains' Hank and Evan really have been able to fly in and out of Cuba?
Concierge doctor Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein) and his brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) were whisked off via private jet to Cuba by their benefactor, Boris (Campbell Scott) — but what about the ban that prevents Americans from visiting the communist country?
Cheers to Friday Night Lights for putting a spotlight on Steve Harris.
The Emmy-nominated actor has been largely invisible on the small screen since wrapping his run as lawyer Eugene Young on The Practice in 2004. He's quietly reemerged on the superlative fourth season of FNL as Vernon Merriweather...