Dallas Woodhouse, Brad Woodhouse
Maybe all these cable news talking heads need to calm down is a stern talking to from their mothers.
A pair of politically opposite brothers, Brad and Dallas Woodhouse, were going at it on the C-SPAN call-in show Washington Journal when they got an unexpected call from a surprise guest.
Some American idiots, a man who walked on the Wild Side, and the goofy drummer for one of the all-time greatest bands will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, the institution announced Monday.
James Franco and Seth Rogan
The New York premiere of Sony's The Interview has been canceled amid terror threats, Variety reports. Landmark's Sunshine Cinema in Manhattan decided to scrap the premiere, which was scheduled to take place Thursday, after the hacker group Guardians of Peace, the same collective behind the now infamous Sony hacks, released a statement through file-sharing services on Tuesday promising 9/11-type destruction to theaters that show The Interview when it debuts on Christmas Day.
The Bold and the Beautiful's Don Diamont and Katherine Kelly Lang
Death! Deceit! Dopplegangers! It's the year's best in daytime drama.
Best Soap: (tie) The Bold and the Beautiful and General Hospital
Why choose between them when both shows left us in such a sudsational state of bliss? B&B, daytime's most sumptuous serial, took us on location to Abu Dhabi, Paris, Monte Carlo, and Amsterdam for lots of awesome — and watery — action: Hope and Wyatt got hitched at sea, Quinn bitch-shoved Ivy into the river Seine, and Ridge plunged from a helicopter into the Persian Gulf. But the home front was no less riveting, with family warfare and corporate chaos. This is classic soap, done exquisitely.
Bill Cosby's daughter Evin has come to her father's defense, releasing a statement to Access Hollywood on the sexual assault allegations that have come out against him.
Eliza Taylor, Thomas McDonell
How far would you go to save the one you love?
That's the question Clarke (Eliza Taylor) is faced with on The 100's midseason finale (Wednesday, 9/8c, CW) when she's forced to choose between doing what's best for her people and saving Finn's (Thomas McDonell) life.
We caught up with Taylor to get the scoop on Clarke's big decision, why she's always on her best behavior and what's next for Clarke and Bellamy.
When the Frozen director apologized for "Let It Go," this type of thing is likely exactly what she was thinking about.
Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
"This 1967 Chevrolet Impala would turn out to be the most important car — no, the most important object in pretty much the whole universe."
That's what Chuck Shirley said about Baby in Supernatural's fifth season. But what goes into making the world's most important Impala?