As Renee Walker on 24, Annie Wersching was all business — at least until a final, fateful clinch. But on tonight's episode of NCIS (8/7c, CBS), Wersching is only part business as Deputy DA Gail Walsh. Her character in the episode titled "False Witness" is "very ambitious and hardworking," says Wersching, "yet she also has some drive to get part of her personal life going. So she's interested to see if anyone at NCIS is a prospect"—like, specifically, Tony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly).
Since Wersching's only signed on for one episode...
Ah. Shopping for the holidays. Sometimes it's a joy and sometimes it's pure torture. It's Mike and Molly's first Christmas, and there's pressure. Mostly it's Carl putting pressure on Mike, who is totally clueless. Molly, on the other hand, has picked out the perfect gift for Mike. She knows he'll like it — because she listens and pays attention when he talks. Mike, on the other hand is bouncing ...
Kat and Nat
After 17 seasons, The Amazing Race crowned its first all-female team champs: doctors Nat Strand, 31, and Kat Chang, 35. "I just think it's hard for any team to win The Amazing Race, whether you're an all-male team or all-female team," Kat tells TVGuide.com. "I think some of our strengths were just that we've actually worked together before in stressful situations, [being] sleep-deprived. You just have to have a positive attitude too. We're also really lucky!" They were also very well-prepared for the final leg in Los Angeles. Find out what kind of research they did, what they plan to do with the $1 million and more.
The Amazing Race
Girls, girls, girls — can they finally win The Amazing Race?
In the past 16 seasons, no all-female team has crossed the finish line first, but it seems a likely possibility this time around. Or at least that's what the promos would have you believe.
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"Sure, I think there will be some disappointment [if it doesn't happen]," host Phil Keoghan tells TVGuide.com. "But at the end of the day what makes The Amazing Race work is good fair competition and it will happen when it's meant to.
"There are so many...
Bill O'Reilly said having The View's Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg walk out on him during his October appearance was the "greatest thing ever."
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"I know Joy Behar doesn't like me, and Whoopi, it depends what day it is. So we get to debating the Ground Zero mosque ... and they go wild," The O'Reilly Factor host said during an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman. "When they got up and walked out, I was thinking, 'This is great. This is terrific. I hope they all leave. Then I'll take the whole show. I'll have 45 minutes of ABC airtime.'"
O'Reilly and Letterman also tackled the topic of Sarah Palin's potential run for presidency, discussed whether O'Reilly thinks Letterman is a "pinhead or patriot," and had a rousing debate about President Obama.
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With dominant, reality TV-friendly personalities NaOnka Mixon, Holly Hoffman and Jane Bright — oh, and the (faux?) cluelessness of Fabio Birza — on the screen, Ben "Benry" Henry flew under the radar for the first half of Survivor: Nicaragua. But as soon as his impressive physical skills in challenges became a threat to the equally strong Chase Rice, Benry was blindsided by Chase and his alliance faster than you can say "hidden immunity idol." The 24-year-old club promoter talked with TVGuide.com about how his competitive nature did him in, why he thought he had Chase in his "back pocket" — and last week's quitters...
Fans of Criminal Minds were of one mind Wednesday night, leading CBS to a sweep in the 18-to-49 demographic.
On this week's Criminal Minds, the BAU enlists an FBI cadet to help investigate a gated New Mexico community for a killer targeting women.
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