Real World San Francisco star David "Puck" Rainey was arrested on charges of driving under the influence after he and his 8-year-old son were involved in a car crash, California Highway Patrol said.
"Due to a level to his level of intoxication, he was unable to negotiate a curve in the road way," Brian Pennings, a highway patrol spokesman, told TVGuide.com Wednesday.
Pennings said that Rainey, who was driving northbound on Route 79 in San Diego County on Saturday evening with his son, lost control of his 1988 Ford Festiva before the vehicle fell down an embankment, landing on its roof in a stream bed.
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Bryan Batt, Mad Men
For Mad Men's Bryan Batt, looking back at the AMC drama's third season is bittersweet.
Mad Men: What's next for Sal?
Yes, Batt's character, closeted art director Salvatore Romano, received ample screen time and emotional story lines. It's just that the most gripping episode of his arc may have been his very last on the show.
In the episode, Sal refused the advances of the son of Sterling Cooper's largest client. In the fallout, he was fired, and his character did not appear in the remainder of the season. Batt says he hasn't been approached about returning for Season 4, which begins airing this summer.
"I don't know what's happening with my character," Batt tells TVGuide.com...
James Cameron and Glenn Beck
Filmmaker James Cameron has some choice words for Glenn Beck and even challenged the Fox News anchor to a debate.
"Glenn Beck is a f---ing a--hole," Cameron said at a news conference to promote the DVD release of Avatar, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I've met him. He called me ...
The Real World: San Francisco's David "Puck" Rainey was hospitalized after he and his 8-year-old son were involved in a car wreck, sources close to the family tell TMZ.
The two were on a father-son fishing trip last Friday, according to the report, when Rainey swerved to a avoid a deer. He lost control of the vehicle, and the car rolled down an embankment, landing ...
From The Hills to The City, TV viewers can't seem to get enough of overdramatic twentysomethings and their catty everyday lives. The CW has taken it one step further by putting the action in the not-so-friendly skies. Fly Girls (Wednesday, March 24 at 9/8c) chronicles the lives of five flight attendants who work for Virgin America and also live together, which creates plenty of tension.
Take sweet Mandy Roberts, the 26-year-old from Phoenix, and her frenemy, Nikole Rubyn, 31, from Sacramento. Watch the video below to get a taste of their relationship, then dive into the interview to see just how much of it is real.