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The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo sex offender scandal continues to get ickier by the day.
In an interview that's scheduled to air on Entertainment Tonight Thursday, matriarchMama June admits that convicted sex offender Michael Anthony Ford — who was featured on a 2005 episode of To Catch a Predator — is the father of two of her daughters.
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Those of you hankering for another Bones wedding might want to keep those expectations in check. Although the subject of a marriage between Cam and Arastoo comes up again in the Nov. 6 episode, one member of the couple isn't exactly ready for a new level of commitment. Worse, that fight spills into the Jeffersonian when Arastoo's dissertation proposal is rejected by Dr. Brennan and Cam tries to change Brennan's mind. Unfortunately for Cam, she'll quickly learn that opening her mouth has only made things worse between her and Arastoo.
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Haven't you learned not to question Rick?! Actually, Andrew Lincoln agrees that Rick's choice is cause for concern....
Two days after it was reported that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo matriarch Mama June is dating a sex offender, her eldest daughter. Anna Cardwell, says she was...
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A day after reports emerged that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo matriarch Mama June might be dating a convicted child molester, TLC has pulled the plug on the show, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Reality TV fans may love the bubbly Honey Boo Boo, but the new man in her mom's life? Not so much.
The future of the hit TLC show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is now in question following a ...
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Here Comes Honey Boo Boo stars Mama June and Sugar Bear have separated, E! News reports.
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Discovery Communications has apologized for accidentally airing an expletive-filled episode of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in the U.K.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ofcom, Britain's media regulating agency, said that they were alerted to the offensive language, including five instances of the word "f---" or "f---ing" and 11 scenes with the word "s—t," by a complainant whose six-year-old child was watching. The episode broadcast at 8 p.m. which is before what's considered the 9 p.m. "watershed" when edgier programming can begin airing.
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Ofcam said that Discovery "extended its unreserved apologies to the viewer for any distress caused by the offensive language in this case" and that the company "investigated this incident and had discovered the program had been broadcast as a result of human error. Discovery accepted immediately that this program breached rules 1.14 and 1.16, apologized and took various steps after the broadcast to ensure it was not shown again before it was re-edited and to improve compliance going forward."
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Honey Boo Boo and her family were injured during a car crash on Monday night in Georgia, TMZ.com reports.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo patriarch Sugar Bear was...
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Lady Gaga pulled double duty as both host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live and she didn't hesitate to poke a little fun at herself. The night's sketches included a glimpse into the future, with a washed-up Gaga reminiscing about her glory days in her Upper West Side apartment, where she's forced to call upon her superintendent to keep her company. On the musical side, Gaga was joined by special guest R. Kelly for her single "Do What U Want."Check out highlights from the episode below:
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11. Best Comeback: Nearly two decades after his raucous, late-night talk show went off the air, Arsenio Hall is back... and his shtick couldn't be more current. In the intro segment of the first new episode of The Arsenio Hall Show, Hall lays on a couch, fretting about returning to late-night. "Once I'm at No. 1, I should be able to stay in late night forever if I want to," he says. "That makes sense, doesn't it?" The camera pulls back to reveal that ...