Dancing With The Stars, Mya
Mya is "excited" Dancing with the Stars judge Len Goodman has finally lavished praise on her ballroom skills, but she's still feeling black and blue. "I have bruises all over my legs [from the Argentine tango]," she tells TVGuide.com. "My legs, I couldn't even expose on Monday. I had to wear fishnets because they were so bad makeup couldn't cover them up!" But the pain probably paled in comparison to what partner Dmitry Chaplin felt when she hit ...
On-screen, he's the tough- and quick-talking flight medic Rabbit, but in real life, Cliff Curtis is a veteran film actor from New Zealand, whose role on NBC's Trauma (Mondays, 9/8c) is "the most fun character" he's ever played. Curtis hinted to TVGuide.com what's really going on in Rabbit's head, who he should hook up with and why this was the first TV role to steal him away from the big screen.
TVGuide.com: As a film guy, what drew you to TV?
Curtis: I really liked Rabbit — he's the most fun character I've ever played. He's got endless possibility, he's heroic, he's a bit of a goofball, [he's] masculine, but the journey is that he's probably going to reconstruct that whole thing that he's got going on. This is a character I've not had the opportunity to play in film, so I thought, I'm going to go for it. [And] I thought, I can get into this. There's enough action, enough boy stuff. Once we get to know the characters and set up who they are, we can delve into the story lines as well. Rather than just being about an incident, you start to wonder what's going to happen next.
TVGuide.com: The Oct. 19 episode briefly touched on your character Rabbit having post-traumatic stress disorder. Will that story line be developed further?
Cliff Curtis: Oh yeah, Rabbit's whole bag of tricks is that he doesn't want to deal with that whole side of life. [He wants to] have fun, be masculine and look cool in his Ray-Bans with his big blue...
One Tree Hill
Monday's episode of One Tree Hill (8/7c, CW) might just be the turning point viewers have been waiting to see all season. Executive producer Mark Schwahn calls "I and Love and You" a very emotional hour that delves further into Clay's history and the Nathan love-child story line when Renee is featured on Dan Scott's talk show. The episode is directed by star James Lafferty, who made his Tree Hill directorial debut last season. Lafferty told TVGuide.com that this was an "ambitious" episode that "tells a lot of stories that the audience has been waiting to hear."
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On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Mary Alice tells us that it's in our nature to judge. Bree has to defend her infidelity when a judgmental on-looker discovers her affair with Karl. Roy judges the way Lynette treats Tom. Everyone (rightly?) judges Gaby's parenting skills. And Susan and Katherine's already-tiresome catfight over Mike reaches a fever pitch when Danny makes a major misstep, and Angie appeals to Katherine's questionable judgment in order to cover his tracks.
For a long time, John McEnroe was just like most guys: He hardly went to the doctor. That changed when his father was diagnosed with prostate cancer three years ago, McEnroe TVGuide.com. Since then, the seven-time Grand Slam champ has become a Stand Up to Cancer ambassador and has partnered with an array of organizations, including the American Urological Association, Men's Health Network, Prostate Cancer Foundation and the Prostate Conditions Education Council, to raise awareness about the importance of pro-activity in prostate cancer. This year, more than 192,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, and more than 27,000 men will die from the disease, according to Prostate Cancer Foundation figures.
We caught up with McEnroe, 50, to learn more about his work for our new Celebrity Charities feature, which highlights stars' favorite causes....
Robert Englund, FEARnet's Fear Clinic
Take actors from three of Hollywood's biggest horror film franchises, add an old abandoned hospital as the setting, and even Robert Englund can get scared.
"We literally just locked ourselves in this...
Weeks after announcing his departure from The Young and the Restless, Eric Braeden is back and — as he puts it — "ready to kick ass" as Victor Newman.
Braeden, 68, may come off a bit strong, but his fighting spirit seems only fitting considering what he's recently been through. "I come from the world of sports and it's very simple ... I put out my hand to people but if you don't return your hand or if you come at me...
NCIS' Pauley Perrette and more of TV's biggest stars are banding together for a one-time performance of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later to benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation and stand up for gay rights.
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The play is a sequel to The Laramie Project, which was based on the reactions of people in Laramie, Wyo., after Shepard, a 21-year-old gay college student, was murdered there in 1998. The new production revisits the townspeople a decade later and also portrays an interview with one of Shepard's killers.
The new play began performances across the country on Oct. 12. Perrette said she was approached by a member of her church, Hollywood United Methodist Church, about putting together a reading of the play there. Pretty soon...
Michelle Obama sure knows her Brady Bunch trivia.
Obama named all six Brady Bunch children — as well as Cousin Oliver — in under ten seconds when she appeared on The Jay Leno Show...