After three seasons, the edgy and unflinching character drama concludes for good with two successive episodes. Grace, the top Okie cop with the last-chance angel, shuts herself off completely from significant others as a past tragic event continues to haunt her. Meanwhile, Butch gets swept up in a potentially destructive situation, and Neely's effort to resist drugs reaches a fever pitch. Then comes the second episode — the series finale — in which Grace undergoes a game-changing spiritual metamorphosis. With a newfound sense of purpose and sheer determination, she takes a grand stand against evil.
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The Bachelorette, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List
TV isn't perfect; sometimes it shows us mistakes. A Top Chef hopeful decided to make — gasp! — dessert. Jesse pulled the trigger on Breaking Bad. Kathy Griffin put the moves on Christopher Meloni. The Bachelorette's Kasey got a tattoo. And England's Rob Green — well, he knows what he did. He'll be rewatching it in his vuvuzela-scored nightmares for years to come. Welcome to Top Moments: Our Favorite Mistakes Edition.
The Bachelorette - Ali Fedotowsky, Kasey
It's one thing to walk a few miles on crutches to prove your love; it's another to do something permanent. In this week's Bachelorette, Kasey was determined to show Ali that his feelings were genuine after she questioned them. He went out and got a tattoo to resemble his promise to "guard and protect her heart." Host Chris Harrison spoke to TVGuide.com about the tattoo and explained why Chris N. keeps getting a rose but has yet to get any screen time.
TVGuide.com: So Kasey and the Weatherman didn't obey your ban on guitars for the season.
Chris Harrison: See what happens,
True Blood's new season is off to a strong start.
The HBO vampire drama's Season 3 premiere on Sunday drew 5.1 million viewers, a 38 percent increase over the Season 2 debut and a 19 percent improvement over the Season 2 average. Including numbers for the Sunday night encore broadcast, the show drew a total of 6.4 million viewers...
On this week of The Bachelorette, Ali and the guys leave Los Angeles and begin their trip around the world starting with New York City.
The first one-on-one date is with Kasey. He's never been to New York and Ali is "so thrilled" to show him around the right way. At the beginning of their date, he starts some metaphor about how Ali is a butterfly open and ready, but I'm too confused to follow. Instead of actually talking to Ali, Kasey decides to sing to her and she laughs awkwardly and then he keeps singing. I'm just glad I didn't witness that performance in person. The two then head to the natural history museum after-hours with a couple of flashlights, Ali seems pretty entertained by the dinosaurs alone, but Kasey adds to (or should we say takes away from) the atmosphere with gorilla noises. How charming!
Bye-bye mansion, hello... world. Ali and her 11 suitors embark on an around-the-world tour. Bet she remembered to pack the roses. First stop: New York, where it's Kasey's turn to deal with Ali's fear of helicopters. In addition, he must also deal with her questions. Later, Ali gets sick, delaying her date with Chris L. (The two are serenaded by Joshua Radin and the Harlem Boys Choir.) She also gets an InStyle makeover, appears in Broadway's The Lion King with one of the guys, and pares the field to nine before the Bachelorette love jet heads off to Iceland.
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Tom Cruise and Jane Lynch
This week's TV was full of twist endings. Lie to Me's killer let his kid sister drown for the paltriest of reasons. United States of Tara's fractured heroine turned out to have a secret half-brother. Raylan let his nemesis escape on Justified. Sue Sylvester, of all people, came to Mr. Schu's rescue on Glee. And on Breaking Bad, Walt killed someone to save the partner who causes many of his troubles. Welcome to Top Moments: He Was Dead the Whole Time Edition...
Week 3 of The Bachelorette reached new heights (and lengths) with Ali and her date Roberto walking a tightrope 20 stories high and Justin walking, on crutches, from the guys' mansion to Ali's quarters just to get alone time. So why are the guys hating on Justin, and why did Ali keep Jonathan the "Weatherman" despite their awkward kiss and his tears, yet choose to let go of Hunter? Host Chris Harrison weighs in.
TVGuide.com: Why did Ali give Weatherman a rose?
Chris Harrison: I don't know, I think it might be one of those things, and putting myself in the place of women...
On this week of The Bachelorette, Ali must eliminate three guys and the drama in the house over Justin intensifies as he makes a bold gesture to show his feelings to Ali.
The first one-on-one date is with Roberto and Ali picks a very daring activity. First, the two fly by helicopter (why does Ali always take air transportation when she's so afraid of flying?).
Peppermint, birthdays and polar bears, oh my! Buddy makes a cake for the Coney Island Polar Bear Club, where he's invited to take a swim with the furry creatures. On top of that, Buddy's youngest son wants an ice-cream cake for his birthday.
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