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Naked Paris, New Harry Potter Peek & More!

Naked, Golden Paris HiltonNot only did Paris the heiress strip down to nada for a photo shoot, but she also lathered herself in gold to crawl across a desert. So why the risqué shots? To launch her new line of sparkling wine, which comes in a gold can, of course. Sources do say, however, that something good will come out of her bubbly sales, since a portion of the proceeds will go to the Rich Water Foundation. Aw, Paris, how humble of you to give back! Watch it now! | More online videosGet a Peek of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceListen up, all you Potter fanatics, 'cause we’ve got a very special treat for you — an awesome behind-the-scenes look at the next Potter installment, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Hear from the cast and crew about what’s to come, including Voldemort wreaking havoc across the world and a new little romance that’s sure to make Ron blush. Oh, and would you believe Neville has facial hair?!More online videosHow Kiefer&... read more

Buffy the Vampire Slayer still slays!

So it’s week two of my favoritest month of the year and the scary shows on DVD are keeping my player—and Pepito the Wonder Chihuahua—working overtime. And I know this column was supposed to be all about boorific B&W fare, but the vampires struck back over the weekend and there’s no denying these pains in the neck!Obviously, if we’re talking about bloodsuckers, there’s none better than Angel. BUT…that one we’re saving for the end of the month and a big old chat with a certain Whedonverse whiz kid we all know and love. (Hmmm, wonder who that could be?)Anyhoo, with David Boreanaz’s Angelus on hold, I say we give the love to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, since the show that gave us Angel continues to rock well beyond its own cancellation grave. Why, the uninitiated may ask? Three words, people. Best. Writing. Ever.If I’m lying, I’m undyin’. Honestly, there’s something spooky about how well the dialogue stands up, even four... read more

I doubt you'll answer this, ...

Question: I doubt you'll answer this, but when does the new season of Robot Chicken start?


Answer: Just for that, you're getting an answer and some exclusive scoop: Season 3 kicks off this Sunday and I hear Joss Whedon, Gregory Itzin and Ethan Hawke will be among the celeb guests lending their voices this season.

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Emmy Nominees React to Their Golden Opportunities

Rainn Wilson, Neil Patrick Harris and Sally Field are among this year's Emmy nominees.

We know what you think about the nominees for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards, but what do the lucky nominees have to say about their good fortune? Some of your favorites reveal what went through their minds as the good news got out. Doug Ellin, executive producer of Entourage (Outstanding Comedy Series nominee) "The New York Times called Entourage the best show in its first season. If for some reason [the voters] appreciate it more and we win this time, there's nothing we've consciously done to change it.... I spoke to Jeremy [Piven], who's in London doing a movie, and I'm playing golf with Kevin [Dillon] in about two hours. Jeremy is kind of our home-run hitter, I knew he was going to get nominated, and when Kevin and Martin Landau also got nominated, it was just great." Tim Kring, executi read more

New Star Wars Spoof Tastes Like Chicken

With George Lucas' blessing, Seth Green and Matthew Senreich's Robot Chicken will hatch a special that takes on seminal moments from the Star Wars franchise, says the Hollywood Reporter. On board for the Enterprise (oops, wrong shout-out) are no less than Mark Hamill (voicing Luke) and Lucas (as himself), as well as Conan O'Brien, Seth MacFarlane, Robert Smigel, Malcolm McDowell, Hulk Hogan, James Van Der Beek, Donald Faison, Abraham Benrubi (who teased this top-secret project in a recent TVGuide.com Q&A), Breckin Meyer and Joey Fatone. The special kicks off a Robot Chicken marathon, premiering June 17 at 10 pm/ET (oops, another wrong shout-out). read more

Scrubs Star Is a Wizard of Ha-Has

Donald Faison, Scrubs

Tonight at 9 pm/ET, NBC's Scrubs presents its 100th episode, featuring — no, not the death of someone close to Clark Kent — a humorous homage to The Wizard of Oz. This week's second helping guest-stars Jason Bateman and a whole lotta angry ostriches. Is this show officially off the hook? TVGuide.com spoke with Donald Faison, aka Turk, about crafting Scrubs' weekly remedy for the prime-time blahs. TVGuide.com: Donald Faison, pardon my French, but you are on one damn funny show.Donald Faison: Thanks, but where did you speak French in that? TVGuide.com: Um, when I said "Faison"? So do you get that a lot, people telling you that Scrubs read more

Will Four Kings Trump Its Rivals?

Seth Green is one of Four Kings

Four Kings, the new NBC comedy (premiering tonight at 8:30 pm/ET) from Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, treads Friends-ly territory with the story of four lifelong buds — Barry (Seth Green, the Austin Powers movies; Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ben (Josh Cooke, Committed), Bobby (Shane McRae) and Jason (Todd Grinnell) — who inherit an improbably fantastic New York City apartment when Ben's grandmother passes away. With a quartet of young actors onboard, the backstage shenanigans probably rival what you'll see on screen. "One of the games we play, involving a blue fuzzy pillow being wi read more

Will Four Kings Trump Its Rivals?

Josh Cooke is one of Four Kings

Four Kings, the new NBC comedy (premiering Thursday at 8:30 pm/ET) from Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, treads Friends-ly territory with the story of four lifelong buds — Barry (Seth Green, the Austin Powers movies; Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ben (Josh Cooke, Committed), Bobby (Shane McRae) and Jason (Todd Grinnell) — who inherit an improbably fantastic New York City apartment when Ben's grandmother passes away. With a quartet of young actors onboard, the backstage shenanigans probably rival what you'll see on screen. "One of the games we play, involving a blue fuzzy pillow being w read more

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