I know that this program is on right before prime-time programming, but I had to share this. A segment on Oprah Winfrey's 50th-birthday bash showed her getting help blowing out the candles on her cake from Stevie Wonder. Huh?
NBC makes up for torturing us with an abbreviated (although seemingly endless) final season with a supersized episode in which Danny DeVito guest-stars as Phoebe's bachelorette-party stripper. Only Pheebs would end up with a gyrating Louie DePalma shakin' his groove thing for the funky bride-to-be. And he's actually got some moves! That Rhea Perlman's one lucky woman. Also hilarious was Joey's appearance on the Donny Osmond-hosted Pyramid. His desperate attempts to figure out white things he'd find in his refrigerator (cream: "Paper! Snow! A ghost!"; mayonnaise: "Paper! Snow! A ghost!") were inspired. Too bad
A spokesman for Mel Gibson declined to confirm a report in Wednesday's New York Times that said the actor-director decided to remove a controversial scene in The Passion of the Christ, his upcoming film about Christ's final hours. The Times reported that Gibson excised a sequence that featured a Jewish high priest declaring a blood curse on Jews for the death of Jesus. Jewish leaders expressed concern that the scene could spark anti-Semitism.
At the end of last night's Angel, viewers learned big news: Cordelia Chase is dead. That's a dreary development for fans of her portrayer, Charisma Carpenter, who are mourning her big time today. But is she gone forever? Could she rise again, like Spike? Here, TV Guide Online sits down with the 33-year-old actress for a candid conversation about Cordy's farewell and her future plans.
TV Guide Online: What a trip it's been. From spoiled rich girl to psychic friend to evil cradle robber! And by that I mean the Cordy and Connor coupling was wrong!
Carpenter: I was a dirty bird! Ugh. That wasn't Cordelia; she was possessed. [Laughs] I'm in denial about that whole story line. It was creepy. Connor was Angel's son and half my age.
TVGO: Why did Cordy have to die?
Carpenter: I'm not on the show anymore and we didn't want to just leave Cord
Hilary Duff has signed on to star in the Miramax comedy Outward Blonde, which revolves around a materialistic New York girl who gets shipped off to an Outward Bound program after she fails gym class.
James Brown is seeking an annulment from the same wife he stands accused of beating. The 70-year-old Godfather of Soul who was arrested last week and charged with domestic violence wants out of his marriage to Tomi Rae Brown because he claims she never divorced her previous husband. Good times...
It's the last day of filming for Ed's fourth season and Daryl "Chill" Mitchell is needed on lane 11 at Stuckeybowl. He wheels over to be at costar Tom Cavanagh's side as his eponymous character, Ed Stevens, exchanges vows with the now-attainable Carol Vessey (Julie Bowen). While the show's deliriously happy couple are starting a new life together, Mitchell, who joined the offbeat NBC drama just a year and a half ago, realizes that this is probably a series — not season — finale. (For more on that, click here.)
Mitchell has been at this juncture before with The John Larroquette Show and Veronica's Closet, but this time it's different. His role a
The fallout over Boobygate continues: Janet Jackson will apparently not appear at Sunday's Grammy Awards, where she was slated to introduce a tribute to ailing R&B singer Luther Vandross. According to reports, CBS rescinded her invitation in the wake of her Super Bowl striptease. The network declined to comment. Meanwhile, NBC has removed a scene from tonight's ER that would have shown a female patient's bare breast because "the atmosphere created by this week's events has made it too difficult for many of our affiliates to air this shot." Finally, the NFL has yanked 'N Syncer JC Chasez's halftime performance from this weekend's Pro Bowl game and replaced it with some Hawaiian dancers.
Picture, if you will, your wedding day: You find yourself face to face with your beloved and... Jeepers! The name is familiar, but you can't place the face! Scary, right? But that's exactly the scenario for which Extreme Makeover recipients Michael and Susan set themselves up in tonight's episode (airing at 9 pm/ET on ABC). They agreed to separate for two months before their nuptials while going under knife after knife. We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Jeepers!
"There was a bit of nervous tension at the altar as Mike was lifting up my veil and we saw each other for the first time," the bride admits to TV Guide Online. "But I had a lot of confidence [in the doctors, so I believed] that we'd still recognize each other. And once I saw that it was the same Michael that I'd fallen in love with, just with a slightly smaller nose, everything was very relaxed."
Some — including us, if we're feeling both hopeful and