Michael Weston, Hugh Laurie
Ever since Lucas returned to House as Cuddy's new beau, things have been pretty tense at Princeton-Plainsboro — as well as with the "Huddy" fans! TVGuide.com caught up with Michael Weston, the man behind House's former P.I. pal, to find out what we can expect with his dysfunctional love triangle, what he thinks attracts Lucas and Cuddy to each other and why he found it awkward to shoot a sexy scene with Lisa Edelstein. Plus: See what one crazy "Huddy" fan did at Weston's local coffee shop.
Twilight and House top 2010 People's Choice Awards
TVGuide.com: What prompted the writers to bring your character back?
Michael Weston: After the first few episodes I did last year, there were rumblings of a romance...
On Sunday's Desperate Housewives, Susan finds her new association with a strip club useful, Bree has a lot of work to do with Orson, Lynette and Tom struggle in the aftermath of the death of their child and Gaby has to face her complicated feelings about her Latina heritage.
I'm out in Los Angeles at the winter TV previews, so I won't be able to recap the show tonight. But in the meantime, please use this space to comment on "You Gotta Get a Gimmick."
Watch full episodes of Desperate Housewives in our Online Video Guide and follow TVGuide.com on Twitter for more breaking news and scoop
How I Met Your Mother
Like Barney Stinson and suits, How I Met Your Mother and music fit well. So co-creator and executive producer Carter Bays thought it's appropriate for the CBS sitcom to mark its 100th episode with a big, splashy musical number.
"I don't think we're ...
Chuck - Ryan McPartlin, Sarah Lancaster
The show may be called Chuck, but more and more it's about Captain Awesome. When Ryan McPartlin's character dives into the spy world, he finds life less awesome than he expected. McPartlin, who got a bit of hazing in our interview with co-star Zachary Levi, discussed the new nemesis played by Angie Harmon, whether Awesome's marriage can remain awesome, and whether fans should worry about any impending goodbyes...
"I can't believe you held it in that long," Jerry Seinfeld said when a reporter finally interrupted a presentation of the comedian's new reality show The Marriage Ref for his take on NBC's late-night developments.
Leno leaving 10 o'clock timeslot
"I'm sure it was my fault," Seinfeld joked of The Jay Leno Show's declining ratings. "The tuxedo was way over the top," he added, referencing what he wore during his appearance on Leno's debut show.
But seriously, folks, Seinfeld does have an opinion. "I was thinking about the AOL Time Warner deal," he began. "Everyone says what a terrible deal it was... but it was the right idea, just at the wrong time. That's the way I feel about this...
Top Chef: Just Desserts just got a little sweeter.
Longtime Top Chef judge Gail Simmons has been named the host of the upcoming spin-off, expected to premiere later this year. The culinary competition's first spin-off, Top Chef Masters, will return for a second season on...
Law & Order, Jeremy Sisto, Anthony Anderson
Jay Leno's ouster at 10 o'clock is good news for Law & Order, Heroes, and other series as NBC scrambles to fill its schedule.
Although the current season of Heroes has seen a notable decline in viewers, Angela Bromstad, NBC's primetime president, called the series' performance...