Nikki Cox and Jay Mohr
Jay Mohr and wife Nikki Cox have welcomed a son, People reports.
Meredith Daniel Mohr was born on Thursday, weighing in at 6 pounds, 7 ounces.
"We are over the moon, filled with joy and every other cliché new parents use," the couple told the magazine. "He's perfect."
President Barack Obama
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15. You Can't Handle the Truth Award: After Dustin's past in the gay porn industry is revealed on The Real World, his girlfriend reacts in a completely predictable and healthy way: by shoving her tongue down the throat of her female roommate, Nany, in front of everyone. Either this is her weird ...
A season-high 60 million votes were cast, but another singer's American Idol dream comes to a close. Ryan Seacrest tried his best to make us think we would be surprised at the result, and when that didn't work, he distracted us with ads for Bing and Steven Tyler's new book, and Hell's Kitchen. And the Most Beautiful Woman in the World performed (live?) on the Idol stage. So, who left us tonight?
The Suite Life on Deck
For The Suite Life on Deck star Debby Ryan, it's time to graduate on-and off-screen.
"I was a freshman when I moved out for Suite Life and now my best friend has her graduation ceremony a week after [my] graduation episode so it's kind of bizarre," she tells TVGuide.com. "Filming the finale, in addition to crying and hugging each other, we were talking about what's next in our lives. We're all so happy to see what we're all going to go out and do."
VIDEO: Debby Ryan teases a Suite Life graduation tearjerker
Emily Meade and Anna Torv
The end of days are upon us.
The penultimate episode of Fringe saw Peter (Joshua Jackson) enter the machine, which transported him 15 years into a decimated future. As the very fabric of our universe is being ripped apart, Peter will attempt to prevent this grim future from happening. And along the way, lives will be lost (yes, that was plural!) Executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman answer burning questions about the finale:
There's a lot of name-calling in the game of Survivor. Back-stabber. Liar. Cheater. Thief. But racist? That's a whole other issue. So when Phillip Sheppard accused his opponent Steve Wright of racism after Steve called him crazy, it was the rant heard around the camp -- and on TVs across the country. Luckily, the 51-year-old former NFL offensive tackle took the ugly name-calling in stride. "I knew that there was nothing that could be made from what I was saying," he tells TVGuide.com. Steve also talked about what shocked him most about Phillip, why he tried to align with...