This week is chock-full of Valentine's Day romantic escapades. Ted puts Marshall and Lily in charge of his romantic future — that is, he asks them to choose his perfect woman for him. Meanwhile, Barney tries his most successful girl-getting tactic yet, but it turns out to be too successful. And Robin wrestles with whether or not to date her obnoxious coworker, Don.
On this week's Two and a Half Men, the question everybody has wondered is answered: Chelsea does have her breaking point after all.
In the first part of the episode, it looked like Chelsea may have run off with Alan's attorney, Brad. After they seemed to click at their initial meeting, Brad had invited Chelsea and Charlie to a function at his house. It involved kids and horses, so of course Charlie passed. After learning that Chelsea went alone, Alan became quite the instigator, reminding Charlie that he will never be as good as this other man. Charlie eventually became paranoid and sets out to find Chelsea, only to come home wet and without her.
Cut to this week and
Big Brother 11 - Jordan Lloyd, Jeff Schroeder
While many Amazing Race contestants wait months — sometimes years — to get selected for the globe-trotting reality series, Big Brother sweethearts Jeff Schroeder, 31, and Jordan Lloyd, 23, only had to wait days. "Just a couple days after Big Brother ended, production came up to us and asked if we were interested in doing Amazing Race," Jordan, who won Big Brother 11 last summer (Jeff won fan favorite), told TVGuide.com. "We didn't hesitate. We were like, 'Yeah, we'll do it!' I don't really travel that much, and I know that I probably would never go to another country by myself, so I knew it would be something fun to do." See what else we can expect from the couple this season, and what it will take for them to do another show. The Amazing Race 16 premieres Sunday at 8/7c.
If you watched Super Bowl XLIV, you're part of TV history: The game beat the M*A*S*H's finale to become the most-viewed TV program ever in the United States.
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Sunday's matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts drew 106.5 million viewers. The M*A*S*H series finale, which had 105.97 million viewers, held the viewership record for 27 years.
This year's Super Bowl audience was up 8 percent over last year's game, which was watched by 98.7 million people...
Naveen Andrews, Mel Gibson
It was fun this week to watch from our lofty sofa perches and judge our favorite TV personalities. We were surprised that Mel Gibson still hasn't learned when not to talk. We scoffed at an American Idol hopeful's figuratively naked (and almost literally naked) attempt to gimmick his way to Hollywood. And we counted our own blessings as Fringe and Lost toyed with the lives of three very unfortunate souls — or was it four souls? Welcome to Top Moments, Harsh Judgment Edition.
While a hefty part of the country will be tuning in to see the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints in Sunday's big game (6:25 p.m. live/ET on CBS), let's remember the other reason millions will be watching Super Bowl XLIV: the commercials.
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To get in the spirit, check out our top four favorite spots from last year and weigh in on which commercials you are looking forward to seeing during this year's game...