Andrew J. West
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's The Walking Dead and the comic books that inspired it. Read at your own risk.]
"At the end of the day, no matter how much we may detest this ugly business...a man's gotta eat."
The Walking Dead's Season 5 premiere finally confirmed that the people of Terminus are indeed cannibals. But Sunday's episode revealed Gareth & Co. to be something else....
Under the category of "dream duets," Sinead O'Connor and Pope Francis probably don't spring to mind.
But according to O'Connor (who infamously ripped up a portrait of then-pontiff John Paul II on Saturday Night Live in 1992), the pairing almost happened.
Cheryl Burke and Antonio Sabato Jr.
After 18 seasons on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke maintains that she's ready to pack it in... probably.
"As of now, it's still up in the air if I'm coming back or not. Contractually, my contract is over and there's other opportunities that have been out there for me," Burke, who has been on the show consecutively since Season 2, tells TVGuide.com. "Will it most likely be my last season? I would have to say yes."
Matthew Morrison and Renee Puente
Wedding bells were music to Matthew Morrison's ears this weekend.
The Glee star married longtime girlfriend Renee Puente on Saturday in Maui, Hawaii, People reports.
Norman Lear and Katie Couric
TV writer-producer Norman Lear is a true pioneer — not only in the sense that he created such legendary sitcoms as All in the Family, Maude and The Jeffersons, but also because he tackled topics such as menopause, impotence and even transgender issues when they were still taboo.
In an interview with Katie Couric, Lear, 92, says he still chokes up when watching the All in the Family scene in which Edith (Jean Stapleton) discusses her friend Beverly — whom Lear describes as "a transsexual, a man who'd become a woman" — getting murdered.
Charles Michael Davis
The Originals' second season may be all about the Original family, but Charles Michael Davis says Marcel is about to make some serious noise.
Although Marcel once ruled the city of New Orleans, the minute Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan) returned, he immediately took center stage as the most powerful supernatural figure in the Big Easy. Throughout Season 1, Marcel struggled to keep his city under control and by the end of the show's freshman run, he lost nearly all of the vampires, many of which were friends, fighting by his side. But two episodes in and Marcel is well on his way to rebuilding his army and he's not about to let any Originals get in his way.