Madeline Zima, Californication
Californication's Hank Moody (David Duchovny) has tap-danced his way out of lots of hot water this season. But in the Season 3 finale (Sunday at 10/9c, Showtime), he's got one more obstacle to clear: Mia (Madeline Zima) is back.
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Mia, the daughter of Hank's ex's then-fiancé, has always been a cloud of trouble for Hank. After Hank slept with her — unaware that she was 16 at the time — she virtually blackmailed him by stealing the first novel he'd written in years and publishing it as her own. So what brings Mia back to L.A. now, after being M.I.A. all season?
MTV has pulled a scene from the next episode of Jersey Shore that showed one of the show's main characters, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, getting punched in the face, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
A clip of the scene was featured in a preview Thursday and went viral soon after. The clip showed an unidentified man jabbing...
Tiger Woods plans to take a hiatus from golf effective immediately, he announced Friday on his website.
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Brandi Glanville and Eddie Cibrian
Eddie Cibrian's estranged wife, Brandi Glanville, said she slashed Cibrian's tires in August after a heated argument, according to E! News.
"Yes, I slashed his Harley tires," Glanville told the news outlet. "And it felt...
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Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy
Rape. Murder. Getting religion. Katey Sagal's Sons of Anarchy character, Gemma Teller, went through a lot during the show's critically acclaimed and high-rated second season.
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"She's completely undone in a way that she's never been before, in a way that made her feel vulnerable," Sagal tells TVGuide.com of her character's Season 2 journey. "She just questions everything about herself. [The rape] threatened her sexuality, it threatened her marriage, it threatened everything about her."
Whether she was enduring the brutal attack, finally confessing it to her warring son and husband or just living in the (few) quieter moments of SAMCRO's world, Sagal's portrayal was consistently brilliant. Clearly, she is Peg Bundy no more...