The Amazing Race, Andy and Tommy
After dominating The Amazing Race this season — winning six legs — Andy Finch and Tommy Czeschin seemed like locks for the final. But taxi luck reared its head again: As they squandered their huge lead, the cab drivers of the other three teams chatted and drove them all to the Pit Stop, ensuring that the former Olympic snowboarders will get the boot — with the dubious honor of having the highest average placement at elimination in all 19 seasons, natch. "It was definitely ironic that our lead ended up hurting us," Tommy tells TVGuide.com. "But it's true reality. Those guys were just in the right place at the right time with the right taxi drivers, and we weren't." See what else they have to say about their surprising elimination, if they got their Mustangs yet, and which team they want to race against.
Patricia Heaton, Julie Brown
The Middle's Frankie is in for a big surprise on Wednesday's Christmas episode.
In our exclusive clip, Frankie (Patricia Heaton) jokes — and eventually sings — to her friends that her husband (Neil Flynn) never gets her anything for the holiday. But this year is different. Mike, who has enough of her mockery, reveals his secret gift in the middle of Frankie's trash-talking, much to her shock.
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Rosie O'Donnell is engaged to girlfriend Michelle Rounds, her rep confirms to TVGuide.com.
Rosie, who recently started a talk show on OWN, announced the news to her studio audience in Chicago during a commercial break.
Is The Muppets movie teaching kids to hate the rich? Pundits on Fox Business Network think so.
Eric Bolling moderated a segment Sunday night, maintaining that the film's villain, Tex Richman, is a metaphor for the oil industry. "Liberal Hollywood depicting a successful business man as evil? That's not new," he said — making you wonder why they were even talking about it then — before inviting Dan Gainor from the Media Research Center to weigh in.
Dinner with the Kings
Tyra Banks says her America's Next Top Model persona is far removed from who she really is.
Featured on Larry King's CNN special Dinner With the Kings, the supermodel said: "When I'm sitting there and have all this makeup on and I'm like, 'Your picture is not fierce,' that is a character. In real life I'm passive aggressive, I'm anti-confrontational, I'm even in coaching to learn how to be confrontational."