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Watercooler: Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Needs to be Televised

Jamie Oliver

Two words for you, people: Pink slime.

Last night, Jamie Oliver launched the second season of his Food Revolution, and for all the nauseating apathy displayed by the Los Angeles United School District, which publicly refused to grant Oliver access to their cafeterias until just recently, the thing that really ...
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Cheers & Jeers: Norm MacDonald Shoots and Scores on Sports Show

Norm MacDonald

Cheers to Norm MacDonald for getting back where he belongs: behind a fake-news desk.

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's onetime "Weekend Update" anchor — who, ironically, was fired by ex-NBC Sports head Don Ohlmeyer for making too many jokes about his jock pal O.J. Simpson — scored ...
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Dancing With the Stars Backstage Report: Kendra's Painful New Reality

Kendra Wilkinson

Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard may have lost his place on the Dancing With the Stars line-up, but he competed with joy and went out with a smile. That's not the case with reality star Kendra Wilkinson, who looks increasingly miserable as the weeks go by.

Last week, she couldn't seem to shake it off after getting blinded by an over-active smoke machine at the beginning of her rumba. Wilkinson had to dance down ...
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Roush Review: Not Happy With New Network Comedies

Elisha Cuthbert

It probably didn't help that I got an advance copy of this week's hilarious episode of Modern Family. But after laughing fairly continuously for an entire half-hour of farcical mayhem (involving Cam staging a middle-school musical), inspired innuendo (involving an ad Phil plasters on the sides of the family mini-van) and snark-tinged sentiment (involving a visit from Jay's brother), it was especially hard to muster much enthusiasm for the latest sitcom ...
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The Middle Plans a Heck-tic Season Finale, And Opens the Door For Ray Romano

Doris Roberts

Fans of Everybody Loves Raymond will be happy to hear that TV universes will once again collide on the Season 2 finale of The Middle. TV Guide Magazine has learned from the creators of the show, Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline, that Doris Roberts will return to the ABC sitcom as Brick's confrontational teacher, who last September went head to head with Patricia Heaton's Frankie, and intends to do the same again.

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Watercooler: House's Wilde Return

Olivia Wilde

Some might say House's lucky number just came up, others might say the bitch is back.

Either way, we're saying there's trouble ahead for the folks at Princeton-Plainsboro now that Olivia Wilde's numerically nicknamed and all-around icy alter ego has come home to roost. (The actress has been off the canvas since the start of the season due to her big-screen commitments.)

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Deadliest Catch Returns with New Boats and Crews

James Creel and crew of Ramblin' Rose

It's been a tough year for Deadliest Catch. The mourning continued for beloved Capt. Phil Harris, who passed away last winter. Then in February, Time Bandit crew member Justin Tennison was found dead in a motel room.

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Keck's Exclusives: First Look at 90210's Graduation Day

Tristan Wilds, Michael Steger, Matt Lanter

Prior to shooting their May 16 season finale graduation episode, many of the 90210 actors had never worn a cap and gown. "I did graduate from high school, but I never got to do the whole walk across the stage and receive your diploma thing," says Shenae Grimes, whose Annie hopes to attend Carnegie Mellon in the fall. "I think it was a first for almost half our cast."

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Toni Braxton Brings Her Family to TV

Braxton Family Values

R&B songstress Toni Braxton is more than a legendary diva... And she's doing a reality show to prove it! The six-time Grammy winner headlines the new series Braxton Family Values (Tuesday, 9/8c, WE tv), offering fans a look as she bonds and bickers with her four younger sibs — Towanda, Trina, Tamar and Traci — and their mom, Evelyn. As for how much she exposes? Jokes Toni, "I keep on my underwear and bra, but I'm pretty revealed."

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Cat Deeley Gets Mad About the Royal Wedding

Cat Deeley

They're goofy. They're giddy. OK, let's be frank, they're borderline stalkers! In the two-part reality special Royally Mad, adorable Brit host Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance) tours London with five Americans — four gals and a gay guy — who are insanely obsessed with the royal family, especially Prince William and Kate Middleton's April 29 nuptials at Westminster Abbey.

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