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Keck's Exclusives: Taub's Double Blessing

Peter Jacobson

Last season on House, Dr. Taub (Peter Jacobson) learned he had impregnated two women. And come Episode 5, after House exits prison and the action returns to Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, we will see Taub "reaping the benefits of my exploits," says Jacobson.

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Keck's Exclusives: Bridal Gifts With a Big Bang

Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch

With preparations for Howard and Bernadette's wedding taking place throughout the season, the Big Bang Theory cast share what they think their characters should give the future Mr. and Mrs. Wolowitz.

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Cheers & Jeers: Steven Bauer — Breaking Bad's Wiseguy

Steven Bauer

Cheers to Steven Bauer for bringing his professional life of crime to Breaking Bad.

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SPOILER ALERT! Please stop reading if you haven't watched last night's episode!

The Cuban-born tough guy, whose primetime rap sheet stretches back to The Rockford Files and Hill Street Blues (when he was billed under his original surname Esteban "Rocky" Echevarria) brought a high-caliber verisimilitude to the part ...
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The Playboy Club: The Bunnies Do Lunch

The Playboy Club

"Should we all do the Bunny Stance?" asked The Playboy Club's Jenna Dewan Tatum, who plays rule-breaking Janie on the NBC drama, at a September 10 event held at Chicago's Drake ...
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Matt's Guide to Monday Night TV: New and Returning Shows

Two and a Half Men

This being such an epic week in the TV business, with the majority of new and returning shows premiering in the kickoff to the official TV season, I'm adjusting my "guide to the week" format all week to focus separately on each night as a whole: analyzing the programming strategies and showdowns while previewing the pilots and season openers I've seen in advance.

Monday in a Nutshell: ABC and CBS should continue to dominate. Dancing With the Stars has once again cast a buzz-worthy group — though some are wondering if they've overstepped and alienated their more mainstream fans with lightning-rod contestants like Chaz Bono and Nancy Grace. (Get over it, folks. It's a dancing show, all for fun.) And Castle makes for a fine nightcap. CBS' popular comedy lineup includes one new winner (Two Broke Girls) and one show in transition (Two and a Half Men) that's more talked about than almost any new fall series, while Hawaii Five-0 more than holds its own. Fox is shaking things up with its big-budget fantasy spectacular Terra Nova (which bows next week), which should open big at the very least. We'll see if its family-friendly tone attracts a broader-than-cult following. A Cuddy-free House (premiering Oct. 3) may be on its ...
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Ask Matt: Entourage, Ringer, Closer, Torchwood and More!

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: I know you weren't too fond of the final season of Entourage (to put it nicely), but I was curious if you thought Jeremy Piven's work this year was worthy of an Emmy nomination? — Joe

Matt Roush: Sure. I wouldn't mind seeing him get one last nomination. He used to own that supporting comedy actor category, winning three in a row before he dropped off the radar (along with the show), part of the backlash ...
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Roush Review: The 2011 Emmys

Jane Lynch

If only we didn't have to sit through an Emmy show to appreciate the Emmy winners.

This year's labor of laboriousness, hosted by a game but ultimately defeated Jane Lynch (revealing that even this versatile talent couldn't rise above such mediocre material), was thankfully enlivened by a number of surprise ...
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Scoop on The Good Wife, Glee and More

Alan Cumming

Emmy Weekend kicked off with the Performers Nominee Reception, hosted by the Television Academy, on September 16. The honored actors were so thrilled to be part of the group they couldn't help but share some scoop.

Mary McDonnell said the remaining episodes of The Closer's final season are going to be intense. "I think it could get very, very heavy. Peter Goldman seems to have some kind of vendetta. He has too much information on Brenda that could be seen through a negative lens. And for some reason he's going at it. read more

Cheers & Jeers: Can Peter Tolan Rescue Baywatch?

David Hasselhoff

Cheers to Peter Tolan for following up Rescue Me with an even riskier project: writing a big-screen version of Baywatch

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Matt's Guide to Weekend TV

Bill Maher

The Emmys are the big draw this weekend — my predictions (a combination wish list/analysis) can be found here — but here's a look at some of the other TV this weekend that stands out.

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