Quote of the Weekend:
"Before we go any further, I want you to know that over the years I have developed a certain instinct. And you are the type of contestant who could do me bodily harm." Bob Barker on The Price Is Right $1,000,000 Spectacular, to an obviously excitable player named Debra.
All right, I'll say it. That guy Sloane is just a real, real jerk. Injecting that green glop into his daughter's arm was the surest way to put a damper on their long-awaited reunion. Well, what did we expect? We knew ol' grizzled face was going to turn at some point. After all, who can resist the siren song of Rambaldi? Certainly not the CIA, which seems to allocate a helluva lot of resources to uncover and decipher the work of one 15th-century goofball.
Watching Sydney (Jennifer Garner) and her newfound sis (Mia Maestro) simultaneously kick butt was pretty cool. I
Under the false assumption that she could trust Boston Rob, 35-year-old Australian Outback alum Alicia Calaway got the boot on last night's Survivor: All-Stars in a six-to-one vote. Got a question for the finger-pointin' fitness guru? Well, you know what to do.
Kim Delaney hasn't had the easiest life in recent years. She was arrested for DUI in 2002; her show Philly was axed; she was let go from CSI: Miami; and, last year, she checked into an Arizona rehab facility to treat an alcohol addiction. This week, the actress raised eyebrows once again...
On Wednesday, Delaney and Beau Bridges did a telephone conference call with reporters to plug NBC's four-hour miniseries 10.5, about a deadly earthquake hitting the West Coast. (It airs May 2 and 3 at 9 pm/ET.) Between answering questions, the actress punctuated the pauses with anxious remarks — seemingly unaware (or unconcerned) that reporters could hear everything she said. "Beau, how weird is this?" she was heard to complain. "Beau, are you going crazy? I gotta call you after this. I'm dying!"
Bridges and the Peacock publicist in charge of the call had to reassure Delaney she was "doing fine." She kept insisting Bridges phone her afte
Lord of the Rings mastermind Peter Jackson is in talks to direct a big-screen version of Alice Sebold's grim novel The Lovely Bones, Variety reports. The story deals with the aftermath of a 14-year-old girl's rape and murder.
Rumors that the WB may pick up Fox's recently canceled gem Wonderfalls for the fall are just that rumors. "It's not true," a network source tells TV Guide Online.
Before The Swan hacks away at another ugly duckling's beak (Monday at 9 pm/ET on Fox), let's give it up for Tawnya C.. Sure, the 40-year-old mother of two volunteered to be putty in the hands of a bunch of plastic surgeons she had never met. But, rather than let the docs go mad on her mug, she took a pass on a nose job and face-lift — in the process losing herself a spot in the reality hit's upcoming pageant for extreme-makeover recipients. Is she nuts... or merely crazy like the fox she now is (and, if you ask us, was to begin with)? TV Guide Online rang up the divorcée at home in Denver for a little post-op chitchat.
TV Guide Online: During the show, you remarked that you wanted to be a different person. Who did you want to be?
Tawnya C.: I wanted to be the person that I was about 10 years ago [before my brother's death, the breakup of my marriage and my joining the ranks of the unemployed]... the person who was more happy-go-lucky, not
Paris Hilton's infamous homemade sex video is coming to a video store near you. Red Light District Video has acquired the rights to the full 45-minute romp from Hilton's leading man, Rick Salomon. The tape will hit stores June 15 under the title One Night in Paris. Oh no he did'n!
Last week, fans of The O.C. were majorly bummed, dude. How could the teen soap's best-looking bad boy, Luke Ward, be packed off to Portland? At the season's start, he made a big bang with his signature catchphrase: "Welcome to the O.C., bitch!" He bullied Ryan, cheated on girlfriend Marissa — after taking her virginity — then seduced Marissa's mom, Julie Cooper. He was bad, but he looked damn good doing it. Here, TV Guide Online asks 23-year-old Chris Carmack why Luke had to go, and learns what's next for the fan fave.
TV Guide Online: Though the producers deny it, rumor has it a salary dispute made them decide against bringing you back next season.
Chris Carmack: There was no salary dispute. They were unsure where the character was going to go. He started out as an antagonist, became a bit of a protagonist — a character you cared about — and that grew. I don't know what precipitated the choices the writers made about writin