Jennifer Morrison and Jesse Spencer
Sometimes a show just ain't the same once one of its key characters dies, leaves or gets otherwise written out. Think of the outrage when Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) packed up her stethoscope and left House's Princeton Plainsboro — and Chase — in her rear-view. There's been a hole in the heart of Brothers & Sisters since Walker sibling Tommy (Balthazar Getty) lost his mind and fled South of the Border. And who among us doesn't miss the smart ties and whipsmart repartee of art director Sal Romano (Bryan Batt) on Mad Men? Don't even get us started on the revolving door at Grey's Anatomy's Seattle Grace Hospital.
So if you had the power of TV-character reanimation, who would you bring back?
I'll go first. I miss the way Weeds' Conrad (Romany Malco) and Heylia (Tonye Patano) were able to rein in Nancy's more egotistical flights of fancy.
Now you. Which character(s) would you bring back?
On Monday's The Bachelor finale, Brad Womack will hand out his final rose — or, not. Well, this time he probably will.
Should he give his final rose to Chantal, the sassy divorcée who slapped him during their first meeting? Or to Emily, the sweet Southern belle with a daughter at home. Or should he repeat his decision from Season 11 and choose neither?
The recent — and continued — reports of Charlie Sheen's erratic behavior made us wonder: How long should CBS stand behind the Two and a Half Men star?
Earlier this week, Sheen landed in the hospital for what his rep says was an "adverse allergic reaction to some medication." He reportedly caused more than $7,000 in damages to his hotel suite before police intervened.
The doctors are in! Now that the fall TV season is underway and all of your favorite hot M.D.'s are back at work, we want to hear from you! From the Grey's Anatomy crew to that loveable but cantankerous Dr. House, let us know who you think is the hottest doctor on TV. Sound off in our poll after the jump...
Should Jon Hamm go from Mad Men to Superman?
On Regis and Kelly Thursday, Hamm addressed online calls for him to star in Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan's take on the Man of Steel.
Whether they're set at news stations or in law firms, some of TV best's shows have centered on the workplace.
So we want to know: Which would you like to work in?
Maybe you'd like to be surrounded by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's creative advertising minds on Mad Men. Or perhaps The Office's Dunder Mifflin is more your speed. How about Murphy Brown's news station, or The West Wing's Oval Office?
Whatever the setting, we want to know! Tell us your ideal TV workplace in the comments after the jump.
Aly Michalka, Hellcats
Welcome to the Fall 2010 TV season. New shows will be fighting like cats and dogs for your approval, and the first to debut, perfectly enough, are Hellcats and Terriers.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
CW's college cheerleading drama and FX's dogged detective show premiered Wednesday, and we want to know what you thought of both — and what you think of every new show this season. Throughout the fall, TVGuide.com will run polls after each show asking what you liked and what you didn't...