On Thursday's episode of Project Runway, the remaining 15 designers were tasked to create a party dress out of a burlap bag. Ping got a little too, uh, cheeky with her design, but she wasn't the only one who highlighted her model's "junk in the trunk," according to Chris March. See what else March thinks of the challenge, who he thinks should have gone home and more:
Lost's Season 6 premiere is less than two weeks away, and footage from the final season has finally arrived. But blink and you'll miss it.
Lost's Michael Emerson: "I don't see any end in sight"
Sixteen seconds into ABC's latest promo is a brief shot of Claire (Emilie de Ravin), toting a gun in the jungle, à la a certain Frenchwoman. What does this tell us about the mystery of what she's been up to since she visited Christian Shepherd (John Terry) in the cabin?
Not much. But it's more illuminating than this:
The promo also revives almost subliminal-message speed images of some of the phrases flashed in the Dharma Initiative's Room 23, the island's designated spot for brainwashing. The messages? "Everything changes" and "Plant a good seed and you will joyfully gather fruit."
Lost: Harold Perrineau, Cynthia Watros to return for final season
Check out the clip below and let us know if we've missed any Easter Eggs:
Kelly Carlson, Conan O'Brien
This week on TV featured lots of tricky relationships. Exes Jules and Bobby found their way back into the sack on Cougar Town, Life Unexpected's Lux found a family, Jersey Shore's Sammi and Ronnie eluded love's fragile bond, and Conan O'Brien played out his very public split with NBC through mordant comedy. Welcome to Top Moments: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do Edition.
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien wants to return to the air with another show "as soon as he possibly can" after his non-compete clause with NBC expires in September, his manager told TVGuide.com.
"He'd like to do another show not dissimilar to what he did," Gavin Polone said. "And he'd like to ...
Betty White and the word "retire" don't go together. The word isn't even in her vocabulary, she says.
"Why should I retire from something I love doing? You can't get rid of me that way!" she tells TVGuide.com. "It's been 61 years. It doesn't seem that long, but I've been so lucky to kind of do a little of everything. How lucky can one person be?"
Watch clips of Betty White
Longevity in show business requires a little bit more than luck. White, who turned 88 on Jan. 17, is working more than ever these days, proving that her ...