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12. Worst Dating Rule: Ryan Lochte may not want to do The Bachelor, but he's still looking for love on What Would Ryan Lochte Do? the only way he knows how. Seriously, he only knows one way: take a girl out for a little raw fish, because he's "never met a girl that didn't like sushi." (Until he meets Megan, who has never eaten sushi or even heard of wontons.) When his older sisters learn this, they reprimand him for taking all his dates to the same place. "It might be the same place. It might be the same table," he says. "But it's a...
(Accidental) potty-mouth fired news anchor A.J. Clemente is setting his sights on ESPN, he tells David Letterman on Wednesday's Late Show.
"If ESPN comes knocking ..." Clemente said with a sly smile and a shaky foot when Letterman asked if he would consider returning to his old broadcasting job in North Dakota.
Watch the rookie newscaster put his foot in his mouth
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12. Best Dynasty Homage: There's been a lot of death and violence on The Following, but until this week, the show had been seriously lacking one key dramatic television component: a catfight. Fortunately, we can check off that box after Claire confronts Emma, the Follower who posed as her nanny and kidnapped her son. Claire slams her against the wall in a chokehold and repeatedly insists, "I'm going to kill you." Just the kind of woman who might marry a serial killer, ay? We finally...
It's the question on everyone's minds: Isn't Lindsay Lohan supposed to be in rehab?
Instead, the troubled 26-year-old actress pops up on the Late Show with David Letterman Tuesday — her first appearance on the show since 2007 — and things go less than smoothly.
Lindsay Lohan's top scandals
After first chiding Letterman for not reading up on her latest updates in the tabloids, Lohan clarifies that...
The curtain comes down on the best part of TV's hottest singing competition, as the "blind auditions" portion of NBC's The Voice reaches its final act (Tuesday, 8/7c) with the selection of the last members of the four coaches' teams. Any fears that the show would lose its oomph this season with new bodies in the hot seats were quickly put to rest when Usher eased onto his swiveling throne with charismatic grace, adopting a signature "one leg up" posture that was parodied last weekend on Saturday Night Live, while Shakira proved a worthy adversary to the boys' club with her feisty attitude, passion and humor.