Big Brother, Julie Chen
"It's the battle of the season," Big Brother host Julie Chen promised at the top of the hour. And while much of this episode kept the intensity at a level worthy of that comment, the end result was a maddening anticlimax. Sure, the game has been changed, but of all the possible outcomes, the one we're left with is the one that interests me least. So, who was evicted? And who did he or she battle to earn a second chance at the $500,000 grand prize? Let's find out...
Lawon, Big Brother
Welcome to the latest edition of Big Brother: The Crying Game. Seriously, the tears were a-flowin' as this episode kicked off, thanks to the always dramatic Rachel and the surprising hysterics of Shelly. But luckily, a down-to-the-wire veto competition and the looniest game move in weeks helped the episode turn out OK after all! So, what went down? And which two houseguests are on the chopping block heading into Thursday's eviction? Let's find out...
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer
Charlie Sheen's character will not die from a "meat explosion" on Two and a Half Men, Jon Cryer says. But he does die — and it's funny.
"There is no meat explosion, just so you know; it's not some entrée that ends ...
Lisa Edeslstein, Lea Michele, Marg Helgenberger
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How will House deal with Cuddy's absence? Is there any chance Lisa Edelstein will come back to shoot a proper ending for her character? — Beth
ADAM: Though the show's one-year time jump will skip Cuddy's exit from Princeton-Plainsboro, creator David Shore says the show won't overlook it altogether. "There's going to be an acknowledgement, but it's not going to be a big story about her because unfortunately we don't have [Lisa]," he says. Does Shore think he will ever get to write Cuddy a proper send-off? "Down the road, that might be more appropriate. It didn't seem right now," he says. "Given that she was gone, we decided it was better to not just have her come back to leave again."
Will Finn and Rachel be happy when Glee returns? — Joshua
NATALIE: Yes! "You pick up with them as a couple," Lea Michele tells us...
Scott Wolf has left the aliens behind to turn into a G-man.
The actor will guest-star on the ninth season premiere of NCIS, TVLine reports. In a potentially recurring role, he'll play FBI Agent Casey Stratton, who will influence the NCIS team in a surprising way.