One might excuse Dr. Jerry Punch for having some residual hard feelings when it comes to Kurt Busch. Busch, now driving for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series, infamously launched a string of curses on the air during the last race of the 2011 season, when ESPN's Punch tried to interview him after his transmission broke early in the competition. The two made up at the start of the 2012 season, and now, with Busch going for an epic motorsports double this
The fourth-season premiere finds the quirky town poised to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Sheriff Carter, still reeling from the departures of Zoe and Tess in the last episode, goes for a jog and runs into the enigmatic Dr. Trevor Grant (James Callis). Since this is Eureka we're talking about, you can go ahead and assume that Carter wasn't supposed to meet the man who played Baltar in Battlestar Galactica, and that something has gone very, very wrong while Carter was out jogging.
Read on for previews of Wife Swap, Crossroads, NASCAR Racing, Say Yes to the Dress, Haven and House.
Saturday Night Live
"Girl power" is the rule of the day (or late night) when octogenarian funnywoman Betty White hosts. It's clearly ladies' night in a special Mother's Day tribute, featuring the slated return of former distaff cast members Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Molly Shannon, Rachel Dratch, Maya Rudolph and Ana Gasteyer, all reuniting to add a powerhouse female spin to the satirical proceedings. All this glorious estrogen-fueled fun is balanced by the muscular rap stylings of Jay-Z, who takes the stage as music guest.
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NASCAR's Kyle Busch has decided to join Joe Gibbs Racing for next season, according to the Associated Press. The decision comes after a seven-week search that started when Hendrick Motorsports gave the 22-year-old driver the boot in order to make room on the team for Dale Earnhardt Jr. Gibbs is expected to replace J.J. Yeley (in the final year of his contract) with Busch, who has scored four Cup wins and won four times in the Truck Series. Last season he finished 10th in the standings.
BREAKING NEWS! Michael Waltrip apologizes for cheating, and his role in one of the sport's biggest scandals. See FoxNews.com for details.
NASCAR driver Jeff Burton isn't known for overstatement, so it's noteworthy when he says, "I've never been part of a season that's had this many changes at once." As the 2007 Nextel Cup season gets under way at the Daytona 500, America's premier auto series faces major twists and turns on and off the track. Here's your guide to the new season.
1) The Chase Gets an OverhaulThe Chase for the Championship has been significantly tweaked, placing a greater emphasis on winning races. Nextel Cup drivers now earn five extra points for each victory, and 12 cars — two more than in the past — can qualify for the postseason Chase, with their poi