Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly creator Marc Roberts responded to a Marie Claire blog post criticizing the CBS sitcom and the portrayal of overweight people on television, calling it "hateful."
In the post, titled "Should 'Fatties' Get a Room? (Even on TV?)," sex-and-relationship blogger Maura Kelly said overweight TV characters shouldn't be intimate because they gross her out...
An Abby-centric NCIS episode can never be anything other than a good thing, so it was nice seeing Pauley Perrette get to pull out that black parasol — last seen protecting her from the Mexican sun — and do a little obsessive field work in "Cracked." The object of her fascination was a dead Navy lieutenant turned biotech engineer who left behind mountains and mountains of mysterious formulas, along with a history of mental illness. "How's that for dedication?" Abby asked, upon finding that the dead woman had ambidextrously tattooed both her arms with reams of scientific mumbo-jumbo. "I'm officially a fan."
This led to Abby even going down to autopsy to talk to the corpse ...
Cote de Pablo (NCIS), Hugh Laurie (House), and Zachary Levi (Chuck)
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Have you heard anything about Ziva's storyline on NCIS' November sweeps episodes? — Carly
ADAM: A special security team will be tasked with protecting Ziva's father (Michael Nouri) when he attends an NCIS conference. Also at the conference: former NCIS agent Riley McCallister, whose troubled past has given him a bit of a hero complex. It's probably no accident that McCallister is played by Michael O'Neill, who learned a lot about gunplay as a Secret Service agent on The West Wing and as the gunman who shot the hell out of Seattle Grace in last year's Grey's Anatomy finale.
Who does Amber Tamblyn play on House? — Peter
MICKEY: House describes her as the "the love child of Einstein and Mary Poppins." The brainiac's bleeding-heart principles of course irk the cranky doc. So he fires her — several times....
It took a baseball bat and a whole lot of sexual tension, but viewers finally got to see Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) come undone on last week's episode of The Good Wife.
After weeks of playing cat and mouse with the firm's new investigator, Blake (Scott Porter), Kalinda sent a clear message by smashing in his car windows and sealing the wreck with a kiss. What followed between the two was one of the season's hottest confrontations yet.
"We were not given any direction for that...
Katie and Rachel
Barring some great luck, beach volleyball partners Katie Seamon, 23, and Rachel Johnston, 24, knew their elimination was sealed on The Amazing Race after finishing second-to-last last week. "We spent a lot of time talking about it. If there's some way we can be equalized with everyone, we'll be fine," Rachel tells TVGuide.com. "But if we stay in [the Arctic Circle] area, we need someone to make a mistake and no one ever did." But the two admit they did make a mistake last week that set them back.
TVGuide.com: How far behind were you?
Katie: I think we were about ...
Did the Blue Bloods cops bend the rules of DNA testing?
On the October 8 episode of CBS' Blue Bloods, Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) used moves that were even smoother than his 'stache to bring down an accused rapist. When the NYPD hit a dead end nailing their suspect due to his diplomatic immunity, they lured his father into the precinct and asked him to have his son submit to a DNA test....
To hear Yve Rojas tell it, she has many people to blame for her early exit from Survivor: Nicaragua. She points the finger at Tyrone Davis for eating too much, at Dan Lembo for complaining too much, and at herself for dropping the ball. But the most surprising person the 41-year-old homemaker blames is host Jeff Probst. "I think Jeff threw me under the bus a little bit when he said, 'Why wouldn't you keep someone like Dan around?" Rojas said. She talked with TVGuide.com about why she failed to connect with her teammates, why she wanted Dan to go, and what her tribe needs to do to...