Pia Toscano, Ryan Seacrest
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14. Best Discovery: When Mrs. McCluskey finds an unconscious Andrew on her couch on Desperate Housewives, instead of acting concerned, she acts like, well, Mrs. McCluskey. She calls Bree and gives her a hint of the problem — "It reeks of Mai Tais, and you gave birth to it." "If I wanted a drunk homo on my couch," she continues, "I would have married my college boyfriend." Apparently, warmth and sensitivity are so 2009 on Wisteria Lane.
13. Butt Out Award: Rejected from her and her mother's dream school — Berkeley — Amber completely unravels after a classmate asks her about her college plans at...
"How is this legal?" I asked myself several times watching the premiere of Showtime's Gigolos (tonight, 11/10c). The show portrays five male workers in the slippery field of escorting. To many, the words "escort" and "gigolo" are euphemisms for "prostitute," but Garren James, the owner of the escort company Cowboys 4 Angels that's profiled on this show, draws the line early on to new hire Vin...
It looks like Rosie's friends know more about her murder than they're letting on.
In this sneak peek of The Killing's third episode, titled "El Diablo" (airing Sunday at 10/9c on AMC), Sterling (Kacey Rohl) can't contain her guilt.
The Real Housewives of New York City
The Real Housewives of New York City has returned and it wouldn't feel right without castmate Jill Zarin declaring who's she's siding with this season.
"I'm Team Brunette," she told TVGuide.com.
So where does that leave the newly platinum blonde Alex McCord?
"I hate the word 'team,'" she says and reminds us that her closest ally on the show in not a castmember, but inseparable husband Simon.
American Idol has certainly raised its game on results show this year. After Casey's shocking save two weeks ago, it seemed nothing would come close to matching that intensity and craziness. But Thursday's show turned viewers on their heads once more. Just as I was mocking the overly dramatic intro packages and laughing at Ryan Seacrest for once again promising what "could be shocking" results, America's votes indeed gave everyone — viewers, contestants, and most certainly the judges — a jolt.
So let's break it down...
The Big Bang Theory, Simon Helberg
On Thursday's The Big Bang Theory, Howard (Simon Helberg) popped the question to girlfriend Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) — or rather he was about to before she abruptly cut him off to accept. Helberg, however, heard all fan questions as he live-tweeted the episode and answered queries about everything from his wardrobe to his on-screen but never-seen mother.
Survivor: Redemption Island, Sarita White
The Zapatera tribe's alliance of six was strong enough to take down one of the biggest villains in show history, Russell Hantz, on Survivor: Redemption Island. However, when it came to the question of Sarita White's strength and physical capabilities, her one-time allies quickly changed their tune and sided with David Murphy to vote her out. White, a 36-year-old visual effects producer, is the first to admit she wasn't the strongest competitor, but (wrongly) assumed her fellow tribemates would see through David and his "insidious" ways. White talked with TVGuide.com about which player she calls the "juggernaut of power," who made her want to slit her wrists and why she hated the physical challenges so much.
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Did you know that Matt had injured his foot before the duel?
Sarita White: I did. ... I felt really...