Did you have "Hungry Eyes" for Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing? Do you have a potter's wheel collecting dust in your attic from days gone by of trying to relive the clay-slathering love scene in Ghost? Do you have a finger callus from rewinding the Chippendales sketch of Patrick and Chris Farley on Saturday Night Live? Well then we need your help!
So, is your favorite moment seeing Swayze in drag to To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, or perhaps donning those freaky masks in Point Break, or even playing the creep-tastic Jim Cunningham in Donnie Darko?
Tell us your favorite Swayze moments after the jump!
Kelly Taylor definitely had her share of men during her original 90210 days. There was Dylan, Brandon, Colin, Matt — she even dated Steve in the early years. But one of her short-lived ex's, Jake Hanson (played by Grant Show), may be making a return to the 90210 reboot for a long-overdue reunion.
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
In Nurse Jackie, Edie Falco said she had much more input into her character than she did while starring as Carmella Soprano.
It wasn't that The Sopranos writers didn't welcome her ideas: "They were totally open to input, but I didn't have any," Falco told TVGuide.com. "Partially because I wasn't used to looking at it that way, but also because we were all so in-sync. Every line that they wrote for her was right on."
Jake Silbermann and Van Hansis, As the World Turns
Well more than a year after As the World Turns' Noah and Luke shared the first gay male kiss in the history of American soap operas, they crossed another romantic threshold. They had sex.
At one point during the characters' courtship, a fan campaign was organized to drum up the frequency ...
Leonard's mom has got it goin' on — in that she is Emmy and SAG Award winner Christine Baranski. The choice casting news was announced Thursday morning on the set of CBS' The Big Bang Theory, which was playing host to the TCA Winter Press Tour.
The onetime BFF of TV's Cybil and a costar of this summer's Mamma Mia!, Baranski will guest-star on the hot comedy about uncool geeks in at least ...
Patrick Swayze, The Beast
In A&E's new scripted series, The Beast, Patrick Swayze stars as bad-ass undercover FBI agent Charles Barker. But when this demon-filled Fed gets paired with a rookie, he trains and hazes the newbie with every unorthodox method imaginable. Little does Barker know that his new partner has a hidden agenda to secretly investigate him.
Watch the first 10 minutes of what looks to be an awesome new addition to the crime drama television family after the jump!
America's Best Dance Crew, Mario Lopez
Try as you may, you can't avoid Mario Lopez on TV these days. The one-time Dancing with the Stars runner-up tells TVGuide.com about the new season of America's Best Dance Crew (Thursdays, 10 pm/ET on MTV), why he's causing trouble on Nip/Tuck, and his messages for his recently engaged ex-girlfriend, Karina Smirnoff, and that other guy, Ryan Seacrest.
TVGuide.com: MTV's teasing that this is the "most physically demanding season yet." What can we expect on Dance Crew this season?
Mario Lopez: Oh, I'm ...
Mickey Rourke wants you to "have the cojones to fix your dog."
The Golden Globe-winning actor for The Wrestler has put his renewed star power behind an ad campaign for PETA.
We all know how much Rourke loves his dogs after thanking them in his speech at Sunday's ceremony, saying, "Sometimes when a man is alone, that's all you've got is your dog. They meant the world to me."
Now, the actor is posing with his pup, Jaws, in a new spay-and-neuter campaign.
In a video posted on PETA's website...
Ian McShane, Kings
Kings has been dethroned by cops.
NBC is expected plug in John Wells' new police drama Southland in the Thursday 10 pm /ET slot following the finale of the 15th season of the Wells-produced medical drama ER, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The heavily promoted (butterflies everywhere!) new drama Kings, starring Deadwood's Ian McShane, was originally scheduled to air...
Spies Like Us' Chevy Chase has been tapped to infiltrate Chuck.
Chevy Chase has signed on for a three-episode arc on NBC's Chuck, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
On the Warner Bros. TV-produced Chuck, Chase will play a mega-billionaire technology mogul...