Sean Young, Michael Lohan and Bai Ling
Actress Sean Young, Hollywood dad Michael Lohan, and baseball star Dwight "Doc" Gooden are among the famous patients who will join Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew for Season 5, VH1 announced Tuesday.
The new season, which premieres Sunday, June 26 at 9/8c, also features Miss Long Island Lolita herself Amy Fisher, Guns 'N' Roses drummer Steven Adler (his second time on the show), actress Bai Ling, Baywatch actor Jeremy Jackson and Survivor castaway Jessica "Sugar" Kiper.
After two weeks on top, last night the Villains tribe on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains brought the heat everywhere but during the immunity challenge. Thanks to blossoming showmances (Coach and Jerri! Russell and Parvati!) and the drama of having to vote someone out for the first time, the Survivor bad guys finally started to show their true colors and true alliances. The vote came down to the manipulative Parvati Shallow and the tribe's weakest link, Randy Bailey, and in the end, 50-year-old Bailey got the boot. The former Survivor: Gabon player talked with TVGuide.com about his flirtatious tribemates, what the Heroes need to do to get ahead and the story behind the burning of the buff...
Survivor, Jessica Sugar Kiper
Two years ago on Survivor: Gabon, Jessica "Sugar" Kiper made it to the final three, thanks in part to the large amount of time she spent on Exile Island. Not only did she find an important hidden immunity idol on the island, but she was able to peacefully remove herself from the competition and make it to the finals without any aggressive strategy. On Survivor: Heroes and Villains, she wasn't so lucky, becoming the first castoff of the new season after getting too close for comfort with some of her fellow Heroes (namely a very irritated Colby). Sugar talked with TVGuide.com about her supposed flirtation with Colby, her emotion after losing the immunity challenge and her failed alliances...
Survivor: Heroes and Villains
Survivor often has boiled down to power struggles between perceived good and evil. So it made sense to host/executive producer Jeff Probst to celebrate the show's 10-year anniversary and 20th season with the Heroes vs. Villains edition.
"Heroes vs. Villains was a great idea from the get-go and I think we all knew it," Probst says. "It captures what Survivor really has become about, the good versus the bad."
Jeff Probst offers glimpse of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
Signing on also proved to be a no-brainer for many former castaways, even past winners such as...
It was a night of immunity challenges and tribal councils that ended a season of twists and turns by finally crowning Survivor: Gabon's ultimate survivor.
So which castaway took home the crown? Find out after the jump!
Julie Benz and Michael C. Hall, Dexter
9 pm/ET Showtime
Season 3 comes to a well-executed conclusion. The episode title, "Do You Take Dexter Morgan," is ambiguous and can relate to Dexter's impending nuptials to Rita, or to the possibility that he can be taken out by a vengeful someone with a grudge against him.
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If you're a fan of Matty then this was an excellent episode. If not, well, it was still good. Six castaways remained in Gabon and they managed to fill the hour with double-crossings, blindsides, blindfolds and best of all a hidden immunity idol. If that doesn't draw you in then the Gorilla encounter should.
Love was truly in the air on Survivor as the game opened its arms to family and a player makes a big commitment to a loved one. Even so, desperate times call for desperate action and an idol that was believed to be lost to all suddenly changes the way the game was played. Now with Corinne and Bob scrambling to stay in the game Kenny's alliance of five may be starting to crumble. Could be we are in for another blindside at tribal council?!
Survivor: Gabon---Earth's Last Eden
8 pm/ET CBS
Who doesn't love Sugar? Last week, the outwardly sweet but inwardly manipulative pinup girl orchestrated Randy's embarrassing exit by persuading Bob to give the self-proclaimed grouch the fake immunity idol and single-handedly gave this edition its best and funniest moment thus far.
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It's official, the dominant force that was once Survivor: Gabon's Kota tribe has completely lost its way. Tonight, an alliance continues to see its numbers dwindle and a castaway acts like an ass. At least the Survivor Auction caused a stir and finally, an idol comes into play and throws somebody's game for a loop.