Marilu Henner was featured on 60 Minutes because it's a day she'll never forget — just like every other day.
The Taxi actress, 58, appeared on Sunday's program since she's one of the handful of people discovered to have "superior autobiographical memory" after rigorous testing. She can remember almost every day of her life as vividly and accurately as if it was yesterday.
"It's like putting in a DVD and it queues up to a certain place," Henner says during her interview. "I'm there again, so I'm looking out from my eyes and seeing things visually as I would have that day."
Watch as Henner is able recall what she ate years ago and list of the dates she wore the shoes in her closets — including the day of the week. ...
Shania Twain and Nestle business executive Frederic Thiebaud are engaged, a rep tells TVGuide.com.
Swiss-born Thiebaud, 40, proposed to the 45-year-old country superstar two months ago in ...
Vince Vaughn and Kyla Weber
Vince Vaughn and wife Kyla Weber welcomed a baby girl over the weekend in the actor's hometown of Chicago, a rep tells TVGuide.com.
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Jimmy Smits is paying tribute to the people who actively fight cancer in a new Stand Up to Cancer ad.
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"I'm standing up for my cousin, Carol, who passed away in 2008 after a long battle against cancer, and other members of my family who have been touched by it," Smits said in a statement.
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Jud "Fabio" Birza
The smartest thing Jud "Fabio" Birza ever did was play dumb. It made for great TV and a hilarious nickname. And more importantly, it allowed him to remain underestimated by everyone on Survivor: Nicaragua. However, when Fabio's clueless façade left him out of Chase Rice, Matthew "Sash" Lenahan and Holly Hoffman's alliance, he physically stepped up with back-to-back-to-back immunity challenge wins and secured his spot in final three. Sitting next to Chase and Sash, two players known for breaking multiple alliances, Fabio killed them with kindness. The 21-year-old student from Venice, Calif., talked with TVGuide.com about his secret to success, what he hopes to do with the money and whether he plans to hang on to his new nickname.
After 21 seasons, Survivor is shaking things up.
After an individual is voted out of the game in Season 22, that person will go to Redemption Island, where they will continue to live under the same conditions as the rest of the competing castaways. Once another person is voted out, they will also travel to Redemption Island and duel head to head with the first person who was voted out. The winner will then get to stay on Redemption Island and continue dueling with the rest of the eliminated participants. Toward the end of the game, the Redemption Island victor will be allowed to re-enter the game and compete for the million-dollar prize.
The Bachelor - Brad Womack
Although it's Brad Womack's second time around on The Bachelor, host Chris Harrison says it definitely won't be any easier for him.
"There's a large group out there that's like, 'Screw this guy. I hope he falls on his face and gets what coming to him,' and he does," Harrison tells TVGuide.com.