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Television this week needs an American Red Cross telethon, stat! Jax's blood boiled on Sons of Anarchy. Top Chef's Kelly had no time for first aid, so she encased her bloody finger in a rubber glove. New Jersey's Real Housewives displayed remarkable sangfroid with a less-than-genuine hug. Vampire Diaries' Caroline, and not Jeremy, changed her life by drinking vampire blood. And Mad Men's Don Draper blunted his profound mourning with impromptu fisticuffs and a dangerously heightened blood-alcohol level. Welcome to this week's Top Moments: Let It Bleed Edition.
On Sunday's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim Kardashian takes viewers along as she receives her first round of Botox injections.
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With sister Khloe in tow, the elder Kardashian visits a plastic surgeon for the procedure — and she even opts not to use the numbing cream.
"I think I can handle it," Kim says in the video below. "I have a really high tolerance for pain."
Having a more difficult time with the procedure is needle-phobic Khloe, who continually makes fun of her sister...
It ain't easy being vamp candy. Fed up with being fed on, Sookie (Anna Paquin) is tempted to start a new life sans Bill (Stephen Moyer) — or any other bloodsucker, including Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) — in True Blood's third-season finale.
"By the end, she's just like, 'Oh, God, I hate you all'... for a moment," says creator Alan Ball. Sookie's not the only one feeling frayed. Eric's torn about his revenge on Russell (Denis O'Hare); Tara (Rutina Wesley) discovers a surprise about Sam...
From the day Jimmy Johnson was announced as one of the castaways on Survivor: Nicaragua, the longtime football coach and sports commentator was seen as a target for early elimination. After all, how could the 19 others competing for $1 million not vote him off?
"I told the rest of the tribemates, 'Listen, no jury is going to award me a million bucks. My goal is for one of you to win a million bucks. I'm here for the adventure,'" Johnson told reporters on a conference call Thursday.
"I don't know that they really trusted me on that part. They said, 'We know what kind of a...
Pair of Kings
Imagine a world where you could have a twin of another race, date a mermaid, and be a king as a teenager. That's what life is like on Disney's latest action-adventure series Pair of Kings. Starring Doc Shaw (The Suite Life on Deck) and Mitchel Musso (Hannah Montana), Kings will premiere on Disney, then moves over to Disney XD, the company's more male-oriented station. But co-star Kelsey Chow (One Tree Hill) says girls have a reason to tune in as well. "We've got a lot of cute boys and (my character) Mikayla is a good role model for girls," she told TVGuide.com on a recent visit to the set. Shaw also tells us what's so special about the island of Kinkow and why being a king isn't all it's cracked up to be.
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Brandy and I are still hard at work on our dances. I feel like a broken record, but everything is going great. I have my game plan that I'm going to stick with. I've done this for so long now that I know that these three weeks of rehearsals can go one or two ways. If the person is not very good at picking up choreography, they need as much time as they can get. If they are more comfortable with dancing, moving their bodies and interpreting music, which is what dance is, they have an easier time obviously. If that person does have an easier time, what do you do with three weeks? We are just given our first two dances — Viennese waltz and the jive (not the cha-cha anymore!) — and I personally think it's pointless introduce the celebrities to more than that in the first three weeks.
In Brandy's case, she's doing very well. We just finished our Viennese waltz. It's great and good enough ...
On the series premiere, convict-turned-assassin Nikita (Maggie Q) returns with a vengeance. As a teen, she was rescued from death row by a covert government agency known only as Division. The shadowy organization trained her to be a spy and a killer. But when her fiance was murdered, Nikita realized that she had been betrayed by the very people she worked for. So she escaped.