Virginia Madsen, Scoundrels
Take it from Virginia Madsen: Sometimes being bad can feel oh-so-good.
"Sometimes it's really fun to root for the bad guy," Madsen tells TVGuide.com of her new ABC dramedy, Scoundrels (premiering Sunday at 9/8c).
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Madsen plays Cheryl West, the matriarch of a family of criminals. When her husband Wolf (David James Elliott) is sent to prison, Cheryl decides she and her four children — ditzy aspiring model Heather (Levin Rambin), young and smart Hope (Vanessa Marano), and twin boys (both played by Patrick Fleuger), one of which is a dim slacker while the other's a sharp lawyer — are going to go straight. Of course, things don't exactly work out that way...
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Snoop Dogg "Oh Sookie"
Snoop Dogg has spoken about his love for HBO's hit vampire series True Blood in the past, but now the rapper has made a True Blood music video for a song he wrote titled "Oh Sookie." And it's hilarious.
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The video starts out with the show's theme song playing as an old school Caddy pulls up with California plates that read "Tru Pimp." As the music video begins — which features actual footage from the show, as well as Sookie-lookalike back-up dancers in blonde wigs — Snoop raps his smooth playa lines as he tries to sweep Sookie off her feet. And the refrain that goes a little something like this ...
Vivica A. Fox
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If you're Vivica A. Fox, you take the high road. But if you're her character on Drop Dead Diva, you take the guy to court.
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What happens when best buds become more than friends? "It's complicated," Chelsea Staub, who plays Stella on Disney's JONAS LA, tells TVGuide.com. "You don't want to chance messing things up."
But that doesn't keep Staub's character from kissing Joe Jonas, which she says is "definitely a good gig."