So, did Danny attack Julie? Susan sure thinks so, and this could mean war with the Bolens, what with those promo pictures on the Web of Angie hefting a baseball bat. Moving from fighters to lovers, Bree and Karl are trysting again. What about Orson? Maybe we'll find out tonight. And John Rowland (Jesse Metcalfe) is back in Gaby's life for the first time in a long while. It's a chance encounter in a restaurant, but Carlos doesn't like it. And John will be back next week, too, so we shall see.
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This week on Family Guy, Peter falls in love with Kathy Ireland and Lois discovers a family secret. Got your interest? Read the all new FG recap.
"Give till it hurts" is a popular slogan for encouraging generous charitable donations, and it may just come to that in tonight's sixth-season finale when Vince is pursued by a very zealous Matt Damon (and LeBron James) to convince the Gatsby star to support Damon's charity. Elsewhere, Ari continues his negotiations with Terrance, Turtle's devotion to Jamie-Lynn faces a serious test, Eric plans a special time with Sloan, and Drama wonders whether his acting career has run its course.
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Family Guy returns with its ninth season and kicks it off with a bang! Stewie and Brian travel to parallel universes and provide us with great laughs and some jaw-dropping clips. It's Family Guy — what did you expect? Read this week's recap!
Hello everyone! I'm Alex and I'm back for another season of recapping Family Guy! This week the tag-team duo of Brian and Stewie go on another out of this world, or rather universe, journey! With a neat little gadget made by the mad-crazy Stewie, the two are able to travel to parallel universes where things only seem to get stranger and stranger!
While other shows are quietly hustling for votes before the Emmy Awards on Sept. 20, Family Guy is going for the not-subtle approach. Check out their campaign for a best comedy win in the videos after the jump.
Fox will not air an abortion-themed episode of Family Guy, according to a statement from the network.
"Fox will not air the 'Partial Terms of Endearment' episode of Family Guy, but we fully support the producers' right to make the episode and distribute it in whatever way they want," the statement reads.
Series creator Seth McFarlane teased the episode in question during a Family Guy panel Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego.
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"20th Century Fox, as always, allowed us to produce the episode and then said, 'You know what? We're scared to f--king death of ...
Jemaine Clement, Sarah Silverman, Simon Baker
Here are the four biggest surprises among the nominations:
Rookie of the year: Sixteen million viewers can't be wrong, as CBS' breakout hit The Mentalist got some critical love for its charming, fair-haired star, Simon Baker, who received a nomination in the fiercely competitive Best Actor in a Drama category (see below).
Who else was nominated? Check out all the new and old Emmy faces
Therapy breakthrough: In a crowded field of cable dramas, HBO's tiny but intriguing, five-episodes-per-week psychotherapy drama In Treatment nabbed an impressive three acting nominations: Gabriel Byrne and Dianne Wiest nabbed their second nods for Best Actor and ...
Tina Fey, Jim Parsons
An extra slot in this year's Primetime Emmy categories meant fresh, new nominees as Family Guy, Flight of the Conchords, How I Met Your Mother, Jim Parsons, Simon Baker and more newcomers joined Emmy stalwarts like 30 Rock, House and The Office on the ballot.
NBC's 30 Rock was the most-nominated show with 22 nods, and HBO had the most nominations of any network with 99.
See the full list of Emmy nominees
Parsons, who announced the nominations for the 61st Primetime Emmys Thursday with Grey's Anatomy's Chandra Wilson, benefited ...
This week on Fox's Bones, as the team investigated the death of a wine critic, Bones found herself intoxicated by the idea of having a baby — and tapped Booth to be her create-a-family guy! His reaction was quite animated, to say the least. Here's our recap:
A group of friends are wrapping up a tasting at Sean Mortensen's winery when they stumble upon a cask with an extremely full body — meaning, a decomposed corpse lay inside. Gives new meaning to the term "mouth feel," though truth be told probably none of the vic's mandible could fit through the spigot.
Cut to Booth and Bones in a session with Sweets, who suggests a round of word association to ...
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The series, which is on the bubble for renewal, concludes its sixth season with a strong two-part episode in which Lilly investigates the 2005 murder of a local military academy's first female cadet. The victim's body is discovered in a buried foot locker, and the probe reveals that the freshman continually drew the ire of her fellow male cadets, school officials and obnoxious alumni. Music from Pearl Jam's legendary 1991 debut album, Ten, is heard exclusively on tonight's hour and next week's finale.
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