Britney Spears, Don Philip
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13. Cheapest Move: After Rachel and Nick win Bachelor Pad, they have to decide separately if they want to share the $250,000 prize or each keep it for themselves. Rachel chooses to share, but Nick launches into a long diatribe about his unexpected victory. "Nobody sitting up there in the cast, nobody in this audience right now, and nobody sitting at home watching right now would have put their money on me to win this," he says. By the end, it's clear what his choice is: He keeps the money for himself, leaving Rachel with nothing. As Rachel tears up...
New girl, meet the ex-girl.
Big Love alum Jeanne Tripplehorn has booked a recurring role on New Girl as the former wife of Jess' upcoming new love interest, played by Dermot Mulroney, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Stephen Moyer, the sexy True Blood vampire and real-life fiancé of co-star Anna Paquin, has landed two movie roles, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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"Congratulations guys, unbelievable" host Neil Patrick Harris said of seven-time Emmy champ Amazing Race at Sunday's 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. "Upsets at every turn."
Harris was joking about his loss in the supporting comedy actor category to Two and a Half Men's Jon Cryer, but also ironically summing up the mood on a night when repeat winners ruled with just a few new faces sprinkled in.
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Yvonne Strahovski, Drew Barrymore
Who needs convention? This was the week of people doing things the weird way — and even the wrong way: 30 Rock's Salma Hayek took a strange approach to spilling your secrets, Brothers & Sisters got tri-curious, and Rescue Me showed us a new way of (double meaning alert) getting out those back kinks. Enjoy our Top Moments, how-not-to-live edition.
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Depending on your point of view, Albert and David Maysles' 1975 documentary, Grey Gardens — a portrait of two eccentric relatives of Jackie Kennedy-Onassis — is either a classic example of cinema verité or the worst kind of exploitation. But this 2009 film, which dramatizes the previous decades in the lives of "Big Edie" Beale (Jessica Lange) and her daughter, "Little Edie," (Drew Barrymore), should generate no such controversy, as the two leads are terrific in fleshing out these one-of-a-kind personalities.
Read on for previews of Groomer Has It, Flying By, Nanny 911 and World's Strictest Parents.