The Biggest Losers head to the Olympics training center in Colorado where they promote train with the stellar athletes. This episode also marks the beginning of the contestants competing as individuals.
At the start of their Olympic-style training, the contestants meet Allison Jones, an amazing skier and cycler who was born with just one leg. Each contestants carries the Olympic torch before passing it along to Jones for the final lighting. Next, the contestants head to the cafeteria, where each Olympic sport has its own specific set of foods. I found it interesting when the nutritionists explained why someone training in Judo would eat one thing while a skier would eat another.
Henry Ia Cusick (Lost), America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), David Boreanaz (Bones)
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What the heck was Desmond doing on that plane? Any idea where the Lost powers that be are going with this? — Nora
MICKEY: I have some idea. If you'll recall, our friend Des has certain abilities that can supersede the time-space continuum. Is he really on that plane? When we pumped Henry Ian Cusick for scoop at the premiere in Hawaii, he would only say that off the island, Desmond is not happy. "The motivation has always been to get to Penny, and now he's got something slightly different. It's not about him, he's being more selfless. He's trying to help everyone," Cusick said.
Any Booth-Brennan dirt on Bones? — Nikki
ADAM: Obstacle No. 473 standing in the way of a Bones-Booth hookup: marine biologist Catherine Klein...
Jay Leno signed off his self-titled talk show for the last time Tuesday, joking that NBC was allowing him to end the network's failed prime-time experiment after only five months "for good behavior."
"We were on the air five months," he said in his final Jay Leno Show monologue. "It seems like just yesterday I was telling NBC...
Pam (Jenna Fischer) and Jim (John Krasinski) will welcome their little bundle of joy a week early on The Office.
Initially planned as two special episodes over two weeks, NBC is now airing the birth of baby Jam as one hour-long show on...
Hayden Panettiere and Jack Coleman, Heroes
If Heroes' previous season finales have taught viewers anything, it's that they can expect to see most of the superpowered good guys come together to bring down the villain.
Heroes: Will Lydia's death spell disaster for Samuel?
Robert Knepper, who plays this season's power-hungry, carnival-leading baddie, Samuel, promises more of the same in Monday's Season 4 send-off. But for Samuel, it's no more Mr. Nice Guy.
"Samuel never went up to Hiro [Masi Oka] and Peter [Milo Ventimiglia] and said, 'You're going to work for me.' He made them realize something about themselves that they needed to realize and hopefully they would thank Samuel," Knepper tells TVGuide.com. "There was this manipulative approach that didn't work out how he wanted it to work out. In the end, he's going to say ' ... I'm going to get you back. I'm going to show you my true colors — you're now working for me.' And if they don't, there's going to be a price to pay."
Claire Bennett (Hayden Panettiere) and her father (Jack Coleman) have already gotten a taste of what Samuel's willing to do ...
Naveen Andrews, Mel Gibson
It was fun this week to watch from our lofty sofa perches and judge our favorite TV personalities. We were surprised that Mel Gibson still hasn't learned when not to talk. We scoffed at an American Idol hopeful's figuratively naked (and almost literally naked) attempt to gimmick his way to Hollywood. And we counted our own blessings as Fringe and Lost toyed with the lives of three very unfortunate souls — or was it four souls? Welcome to Top Moments, Harsh Judgment Edition.
What do a suit-wearing GE Executive, a food-loving television writer, and a cartoon mascot for the "Cheesy Blast" brand of snacks have in common? They all appear in the opening scene of this week's 30 Rock episode, and they all seem to be suffering from a similar form of comedic insanity.
In this episode of The Office, a mysterious company named Sabre — headed by a magnetic, unorthodox CEO (Kathy Bates), swoops in and buys out Dunder Mifflin. As Michael balks at Sabre's new policies, Andy and Erin write a welcome song to greet the company. Meanwhile, Pam and Jim hope to get accepted into a desired local day-care center.
Gossip Girl - Michelle Trachtenberg
Michelle Trachtenberg will once again be pulling double duty, as she returns for the season finale of Gossip Girl, TVGuide.com has confirmed. And a Gossip Girl cast member is making his way to Trachtenberg's Mercy...