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Anthony Weiner Seeks Treatment, Takes Leave of Absence

Anthony Weiner

Rep. Anthony Weiner, who has admitted to lying about sending lewd photos and having inappropriate communications with several women online, is seeking treatment, according to People.

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"Congressman Weiner departed this morning to seek professional treatment to focus on becoming a better husband and healthier person," Weiner's spokeswoman Risa Heller told the magazine in a statement. "In light of that, he will request a short leave of absence from the House of Representatives so that he can get evaluated and map out a course of treatment to make himself well."

On Monday, Weiner held a press conference... read more

The Protector: Ally Walker Gives Her Latest Cop a Funny Spin

Ally Walker

After two and a half seasons of playing ruthless ATF Agent June Stahl on Sons of Anarchy, Ally Walker says she was ready to do something a little lighter. Enter the new Lifetime series, The Protector.

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"I'm not a sociopath," Walker jokes with TVGuide.com of her latest character, homicide detective Gloria Sheppard. "That's always a plus."

Homicidal tendencies excluded, this role does feel a bit familiar for Walker, who also starred for three seasons as an FBI consultant on NBC's crime drama Profiler. "I just have that cop gene going on," Walker says with a laugh... read more

VIDEO: Bill Maher, Jane Lynch Do a Dramatic Reading of Anthony Weiner's Sex Messages

Bill Maher and Jane Lynch

Bill Maher knows the advantages of being on HBO.

The Real Time host welcomed Glee star and upcoming Emmys host Jane Lynch Friday night, and the two performed a dramatic reading of the sexual messages exchanged between Congressman Anthony Weiner and a Las Vegas blackjack dealer. (Weiner held a press conference earlier this week, apologizing for his actions, which included sending lewd photos of himself to women on Twitter.)

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"Here at Real Time, we do take our responsibility very seriously as the one show, because we're on pay cable, where we can say anything and quote anything," Maher said.... read more

Glee Boss Still Wants Bruce Springsteen to Guest-Star

Bruce Springsteen

Rocker Bruce Springsteen is still at the top of the Glee producers' list for future guest stars, E! Online reports.

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The Boss' name was first thrown around as a possible guest star last season. Although Springsteen hasn't appeared on the show, executive producer Ian Brennan told E! he would still love to have him. And the part Brennan wants the musician to play? A motivational speaker.... read more

30 Rock's Tina Fey, NBC Apologize for Tracy Morgan's Anti-Gay Comments

Tina Fey and Tracy Morgan

NBC and 30 Rock's Tina Fey are apologizing for the recent anti-gay comments Tracy Morgan made during a stand-up show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

During a June 3 show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Morgan went on a homophobic rant during which he said he would "pull out a knife and stab" his son if he were gay.

Tracy Morgan apologizes for homophobic rant: "I'm not a hateful person"

"We will always recognize an artist's freedom to... read more

Barry Manilow, Suzanne Somers Make Bizarre Pact to Plan Each Other's Funerals

Barry Manilow and Suzanne Somers

As morbid as it sounds, Barry Manilow can rest easy knowing that when he dies, he could go out in style. That's because he and his best friend, Suzanne Somers, made a pact to produce each other's funerals ... or at least one will for "whoever goes first."

On Wednesday's The Talk, the ladies and guest host Somers sat down with Manilow, who was promoting his new album, "15 Minutes." The BFFs revealed that they... read more

The Closer Exclusive: Revenge of the Nerds Star Sets Sights on Brenda

Curtis Armstrong

Revenge of the Nerds and Moonlighting star Curtis Armstrong has landed a multi-episode arc on The Closer's seventh and final season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Armstrong will play Peter Goldman, a resourceful attorney hired by the mother of a slain gang member to sue Brenda Leigh Johnson (Kyra Sedgwick) and the Los Angeles Police Department. As we first reported, the character is smart, fearless and devious; he makes a natural sparring partner for Brenda... read more

Undercovers' Gugu Mbatha-Raw Joins Touch

Gugu Mbatha-Raw

Gugu Mbatha-Raw has signed on to star opposite Kiefer Sutherland in Fox's Touch, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The series stars Sutherland as a man with a psychic and autistic son, Jake (David Mazouz). Raw, who starred in NBC's short-lived Undercovers, will play... read more

Thomas Gibson: I'm Not Certain I'm Returning to Criminal Minds

Criminal Minds, Thomas Gibson

Thomas Gibson, who plays Special Agent Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner on Criminal Minds, says he isn't sure if he'll be returning to the show in the fall.

"We're working toward Agent Hotchner being back," Gibson told Hollywood 411 at the Monte Carlo Television Festival, in an interview to air Sunday. The show's season finale left the fate of several characters in doubt, as budget cuts threatened to break up the BAU team... read more

Real Housewives of New Jersey's Melissa Gorga: I Never Intended to Attack Teresa

Melissa Gorga

The strained relationship between Teresa Giudice and her brother, Joe Gorga and his wife, Melissa, is no secret to Real Housewives of New Jersey fans. Just witness the violent post-christening brawl in the Season 3 premiere and the dramatic letter Teresa sent to her brother two episodes ago. But the worst part is that for all the hostility caught on camera between brother and sister, there's even more drama off-screen. "Anything that you're seeing is not half of it," new cast member Melissa Gorga tells TVGuide.com. 

After years of friction, Melissa (and her and Teresa's cousin, Kathy Wakile) joined the Bravo reality series in its third season. But while the cameras might have served to bring the two sides closer together physically, so far, they haven't been much of a band-aid emotionally for the two families.  "I think she was very upset when we got on the show because this was her thing and she didn't want us to be a part of it," Gorga says. The mother of three also talked with TVGuide.com about her burgeoning singing career, why she really never meant to attack Teresa on the show and  her sister-in-law's "transparent" efforts to change... read more

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