Jenny Slate, SNL
Saturday Night Live kicked off its 35th season with an F-bomb.
In a possible case of the first-night jitters, newcomer Jenny Slate made the verbal misstep of dropping the F-word in a sketch titled "Biker Chick Chat," her only prominent skit of the night. Slate, Kristen Wiig and host Megan Fox were all featured as tough-talking biker chicks with a penchant for using the words "freaking" and "fricking."
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Conan O'Brien was injured on the Tonight Show set Friday, and was brought to a hospital for examination.
O'Brien, 46, was hit on the head filming a stunt that was scheduled to air that night. Production on the show was halted and NBC ran a repeat Friday.
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The comedian released a lighthearted statement acknowledging the incident. "Last thing I remember I was enjoying the play with Mrs. Lincoln, and the next thing I knew I was in bed being served cookies and juice," it reads.
An NBC spokesperson said, "Conan is resting comfortably at home. He is expected to return to work on Monday."
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In this episode of Community, Jeff tries to become Britta's Spanish partner, but his scheming backfires. Meanwhile, Shirley and Anna pitch in with Britta's social-justice case. It seems that the Jeff-Britta love connection is central to driving the plot of the show, with little else happening to give depth to the other characters. Going into the second episode, the real question is this: Is this series a one-trick pony? Let's find out.
In this episode of The Office, Toby and Dwight go undercover to investigate a workers' compensation claim filed by warehouse denizen Darryl. Meanwhile, Pam gets busy making the guest list for the wedding, and Michael feels defensive following a request from Jim.
Week 2 of The Biggest Loser is notorious on the ranch for being daunting and disappointing. Huge weight-loss is seen after the first week, but often the second brings much less reason to celebrate. This season, the stakes are raised and an incentive is provided to motivate the contestants to really kick Week 2 in the butt. Would they be successful? Keep reading to find out.
John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer
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"I can promise you that it will work out for Jim and Pam and their wedding, that's never in doubt," Novak tells TVGuide.com. "It's really about...
Betty White and Justin Timberlake
Betty White will appear as herself on an upcoming episode of the Emmy Award-winning 30 Rock, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The Golden Girl is shooting her spot this week.
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In the fourth-season premiere of Heroes, newly enrolled college student Claire gains some unwanted attention after an odd death occurs on campus. Meanwhile, Angela and Matt both deal with their own headaches related to their decision to permanently shape-shift Sylar into Nathan. Tracy forms an unlikely partnership with Noah, Peter is called upon by an old friend, and Hiro and Ando set up a hero hotline. Oh, and a new villain shows up, complete with a band of carny folk! So, does the premiere start Volume 5 off on the right foot? Let's find out.
Robert Pattinson, Meryl Streep
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Robert Knepper, Heroes
Robert Knepper has a way with villainous roles.
The actor, whose racist, pedophile Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell Prison Break fans loved to hate, keeps his evil streak going in the new season of Heroes (premieres Monday, Sept. 21 at 8/7c, NBC). But Knepper hesitates to label his new character an out-and-out baddie.
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"People ask if he's a good guy or a bad guy, and it's more complicated than that," Knepper tells TVGuide.com. "You can't just put him in a little niche there. I love the mystery of it. I didn't even know when we started exactly why he was doing what he did. But he's definitely walking more in the shadowy side of life."
As Samuel, the Keith Richards-esque, earth-moving leader of a band of super-powered circus freaks, Knepper's mission is to bring a cherry-picked group of good guys over to his "family" on the dark side. "Samuel isn't quite sure why he needs all these special powers around him. He just knows he needs them," Knepper says. "It's the whole devil-and-angel sort of thing. We've all got powers; it's just how you use them."
Samuel will ...