Kim Kardashian and David Letterman
TV made us uncomfortable this week. America's Got Talent's "male Lady Gaga" made it hard for us to keep a poker face. Danielle Staub continued to upset us with her misguided parenting practices. Kim Kardashian is a clean freak. Ten-year-old Sally Draper was aroused by The Man from U.N.C.L.E. And David Letterman will not stop talking about Jay Leno. Welcome to Top Moments: Discomfort Level Edition.
Burn Notice heads into its summer break (new episodes return in November) with tonight's tense installment. Jesse and Michael's trap for Barrett is in place, but the plan has hit a serious snag now that Jesse knows the truth about his burn notice. While Fiona tries to convince Jesse to meet with Michael to smooth things out, Michael adds yet another challenge to his plate by teaming up with a defense attorney to rescue his kidnapped daughter.
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Cheers to Psych and Royal Pains for paying respect to their elders.
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The hit USA Network dramedies brought back a trio of well-seasoned character actors in showcase roles. First, on Psych, William Devane (Knots Landing, 24) and Carl Weathers (aka Apollo Creed from the Rocky movies and "Carl Weathers" in Arrested Development) sparkled as Peters and Boone, a pair of old-school San Diego ex-cops who managed to stay one Bruno Magli loafer's step ahead of Shawn...
Someone forgot to tell Henry Winkler about typecasting. You'd think after playing one of the most iconic characters of a generation, the Fonz on Happy Days, Winkler would have had some trouble getting new roles. But the parts just keep on coming. In addition to his recurring role as the estranged father on USA's Royal Pains, Winkler has now joined the cast of Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital as the ridiculously nice hospital administrator. The series, which mercilessly skewers the medical show genre, was created by The Daily Show alum Rob Corddry during the writers' strike of 2007-08, and streamed online at thewb.com in five-minute segments. Now graduated to ...
Things are heating up between Hank and Emily, but will Hank end up getting burned? Evan seems to think so, and is convinced that Emily is stealing potential clients from HankMed by diverting them to her own website. But Evan's not about to take her trickery lying down: He pulls Eddie in on a plan to get revenge.
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Royal Pains star Reshma Shetty found a simple solution to the difficult task of finding on-screen chemistry with a co-star: She just followed what was written on the page.
"We made fun of it. We called it 'the spark' because in the directions there would always be these moments and it would be written in: 'and with a spark.' And we're sitting there as actors going, 'OK, how should we do this...
Burn Notice and Psych fans won't have to wait quite as many months as usual for their favorite USA shows to return: The network announced Wednesday that the spy series and detective comedy will be back on the air in November.
What will Sarah Shahi be Facing in her new USA series?
Psych, now running the first half of its fifth season, will return...
The Jersey Shore
The Situation, Snooki and the rest of the "GTL" crew are back for a second season of TV's guiltiest pleasure. But this time, they're leaving the Jersey Shore behind and taking their fake tans and fist pumps down south to Miami, where more debauchery is sure to occur. Before long, the drama picks up where it left off, with former flames Ronnie and Sammi getting into a flight in a club after she accuses him of flirting with other girls. Doesn't sound like much has changed.
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Simon Baker, Dianna Agron, Jon Hamm
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Got any good info on Season 3 of The Mentalist? — Connor
ADAM: Get ready to meet Patrick Jane's con man brother-in-law. He's charismatic and uses his charm and bravado to mask his anxieties. Even though he blames Jane for his sister's death, he'll have to rely on him when he's suspected of murder.
Who will Quinn hook up with on Glee this season? — Oleg
MICKEY: Dianna Agron will have quite a full dance card this season. There's sure to be...
Would Royal Pains' Hank and Evan really have been able to fly in and out of Cuba?
Concierge doctor Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein) and his brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) were whisked off via private jet to Cuba by their benefactor, Boris (Campbell Scott) — but what about the ban that prevents Americans from visiting the communist country?