Mel White and Mike White
Life's a beach? Not for Mel and Mike White. The father-son duo — Mel's a famed clergyman and author; Mike's written and acted in School of Rock and Freaks and Geeks — were led way off-course on Sunday's Amazing Race in search of a gorilla statue at the beach, when it was in fact at the zoo. That wasn't the only factor that led to their ouster. Find out what and who else played a part, why they think Margie really passed out at the Pit Stop and if we could be seeing Reese Witherspoon on the Race one day.
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens
High School Musical 3: Senior Year was the top of the class at the Kids' Choice Awards, taking home two trophies, including Favorite Movie.
"Lately, a lot of people have been taking credit for bringing back the musical," said Zac "Serious Actor" Efron while accepting the movie's trophy. "The truth is we've known who's been responsible for bringing back the musical all along. It was you guys!"
Efron's galpal and costar, Vanessa Hudgens, was named Favorite Female Movie Star.
After losing TV actress to bud Selena Gomez and animated voice to Jack Black, Miley Cyrus was ...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• If you believe, as I do, that T.R. Knight has been conspicuously underutilized on Grey's Anatomy this season, Kevin McKidd is here to offer a ray of hope about a big storyline for O'Malley.
• Which former Dancing star might find himself dancing in the sheets with one of the Brothers & Sisters siblings? Find out who, and when he first airs!
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump!
Have you missed the Osbournes? If yes, then break out the earmuffs because the family is making its television comeback.
Instead of just witnessing the dysfunction like we did on MTV's The Osbournes, Osbournes: Reloaded (premieres Tuesday, 9:20 pm/ET, Fox), the new show from the first family of rock (or, as Kelly puts it, "the first family of being f---ed up"), takes on a classic family-television format: the variety show.
It's fair to point out that the Osbournes are no Osmonds. But just don't point it out to matriarch Sharon Osbourne. One unlucky journalist recently experienced the proud mother and wife's wrath when she asked during a conference call if ...
In the Motherhood
In the Motherhood is going back on the shelf — most of it anyway. ABC will only air six of the originally ordered 13 episodes of the midseason sitcom, Variety reports.
The decision was made after ...
Tim Allen and wife Jane
It's officially baby time for Tim Allen: The Home Improvement alum and his wife, actress Jane Hajduk, welcomed their first child on Saturday. Daughter Elizabeth was born in Los Angeles and tipped the scales at 5 pounds 13 ounces, Entertainment Tonight reports.
"The couple is ...
Sacha Baron Cohen as Bruno
There's apparently too much sexy time for audiences to handle in Bruno, at least in the Motion Picture Association of America's eyes. Sacha Baron Cohen's newest mockumentary has been hit with an NC-17 rating upon initial submission, The Wrap reports.
"On its first submission the film did not receive an R but it is far too early to say that there is any struggle to get there as the process is only at its inception," a Universal spokesperson said.
Chief among the MPAA's complaints are scenes where Bruno ...
As first reported by TVGuide.com, Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse decided this year to invite fans to come up with the "code name" for the season finale's jaw-dropping final moment.
After receiving a flood of submissions — and perhaps taking a cue from a certain time-slot rival — Team Darlton narrowed the field down to a "Top 13." As revealed in the official ABC podcast, the contenders are:
- Baby Diaper Covered in Barbeque Sauce
- The Droids You're Looking For
- The Exploding Pretzel Jar
- The Fifth Toe
- The Fork in the Outlet
- The Hooded Leprechaun
- Jack Gets Pregnant
- The Joop
- Smokey's Dorm Room
- The Spanish Inquisition
- The Twinkie
- The Zeigarnik
- The Zombie Bake Sale
One of the above — "The Hooded Leprechaun" — the boys say, seems "oddly appropriate," given the actual nature of this season's top-secret final scene. Lindelof and Cuse will further whittle down the list each week via their ABC podcast.
In the meantime, TVGuide.com is here to tell you what this year's "Frozen Donkey Wheel" will not be nicknamed. In this "bonus" episode of our Getting Lost video series, the producers reveal the No. 1 Rejected Code Name — god-awful misspellings and all.
Now if I may brazenly stir the pot, is it that the "worst" suggestion is that bad ... or perhaps Darlton's "problem" with it is that it's far, far too accurate and thus spoilery? A-ha!
Watch and discuss the video, after the jump.
The (sinister) force is with Jonas Hodges.
For 24 fans who hope to once again see Jack Bauer and the American way prevail over unheard-of evil this season, there is some bad news ... and some badder news.
The simply bad news first.
Speaking with TVGuide.com at Saturday night's GLAAD Media Awards, Cherry Jones (who plays President Allison Taylor) teased that with this week's "game-changing" episode, "We have Mr. [Jon] Voight fully in the Darth Vader chair," wreaking havoc as Jonas Hodges.
"He's moving into high gear," warns Jones, "which means ...
Gisele Bundchen, who tied the knot with Tom Brady last month, says she considers his 19-month-old son with ex Bridget Moynahan "100 percent" hers.
"I understand that ...