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Food Network's Marc Summers Nearly Loses Half His Face in Car Accident

Marc Summers

Marc Summers is lucky to have survived a grisly car accident last week that nearly left the Food Network star severely disfigured.

While driving back from a shooting of Restaurant Impossible in Philadelphia, Summers' cab driver lost control in a "torrential downpour" and hydroplaned. In the crash, Summers' head slammed against the partition separating the front and back seats of the cab, damaging half of his face. read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Monday, July 5, 2010

Secret Life of the American Teenager

Secret Life of the American Teenager
8/7c ABC Family
Sarah Palin's oldest daughter, Bristol, makes an appearance in this episode, playing herself. Amy runs into her at her New York City dorm, and she clues Amy in to the fact that the music program they're in is just for teen mothers. Amy's not too happy to learn this — she thought she was selected to participate solely based on her musical talent. Back in California, Ruben does not agree with Adrian's choice regarding her pregnancy; and Jack finally finds a roommate: Tom.

Read on for previews of The Bachelorette, SpongeBob SquarePants, Mad Men, Unwrapped, No One Dies in Lily Dale and Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, June 19, 2010

World Cup 2010

World Cup Soccer
2/1c ABC
As the first African nation to reach the World Cup quarterfinals (1990) and the second to capture Olympic gold (2000), Cameroon is hoping for more once-a-decade magic in this first World Cup on its home continent. But after a frustrating 1-0 loss to Japan, the Indomitable Lions are under pressure to at least play to a tie against Denmark, the other winless squad in Group E. Look for more urgency from classy forwards Samuel Eto'o of Cameroon (and Inter Milan) and rangy Dane Nicklas Bendtner (Arsenal), who combined for one harmless shot in their first matches.

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Food TV's Good Eats Guy Hits the Road

Alton Brown, Feasting on Asphalt

If you find Food Network's Alton Brown to be a fascinating fountain of information as the host of Good Eats, you won't want to miss what he's serving next. The four-part series Feasting on Asphalt (premiering Saturday, July 29 at 9 pm/ET) seats Brown and his buds on motorcycles as they travel cross-country for what has to be the most impressive progressive dinner on record, sampling regional cuisine all along their way from Savannah, Georgia, to the California coast. Brown paid TVGuide.com a visit to recount his travels.

TVGuide.com: As a guy who has a peanut-butter sandwich in the fridge down the hall on this particular day, I feel a tad inadequate interviewing you.
Alton Brown:
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Food TV's Good Eats Guy Hits the Road

Alton Brown, Feasting on Asphalt

If you find Food Network's Alton Brown to be a fascinating fountain of information as the host of Good Eats, you won't want to miss what he's serving next. The four-part series Feasting on Asphalt (premiering Saturday, July 29 at 9 pm/ET) seats Brown and his buds on motorcycles as they travel cross-country for what has to be the most impressive progressive dinner on record, sampling regional cuisine all along their way from Savannah, Georgia, to the California coast. Brown paid TVGuide.com a visit to recount his travels.

TVGuide.com: As a guy who has a peanut-butter sandwich in the fridge down the hall on this particular day, I feel a tad inadequate interviewing you.
Alton Brown:
read more

Food TV's Good Eats Guy Hits the Road

Alton Brown, Feasting on Asphalt

If you find Food Network's Alton Brown to be a fascinating fountain of information as the host of Good Eats, you won't want to miss what he's serving next. The four-part series Feasting on Asphalt (premiering Saturday, July 29 at 9 pm/ET) seats Brown and his buds on motorcycles as they travel cross-country for what has to be the most impressive progressive dinner on record, sampling regional cuisine all along their way from Savannah, Georgia, to the California coast. Brown paid TVGuide.com a visit to recount his travels.

TVGuide.com: As a guy who has a peanut-butter sandwich in the fridge down the hall on this particular day, I feel a tad inadequate interviewing you.
Alton Brown:
read more

A New Star Is on Food Network's Menu

Marc Summers hosts The Next Food Network Star.

Food Network is looking for its next star with a second round of (c'mon, guess the title...) The Next Food Network Star, premiering March 19 at 9 pm/ET. Again hosting the so-much-more-than-a-cook-off is Marc Summers, whom you either know from his "scintillating snack-making secret spilling" on Unwrapped or from his former gig on Nickelodeon's Double Dare. TVGuide.com chatted with Summers about the hunt for another Star — and not just because this writer  (plug-plug) appears on the April 16 episode. TVGuide.com: Well, I just finished watching the Season 2 premiere....Marc Summers: For my money, the big difference this year is that the show moves a lot quicker&n read more

Slacker Kids Kicked Out in New Show

Kicked Out

For every parent who has wondered if their twentysomething kid will ever move out of the house — and perhaps even more for every one of those hanger-on children — ABC Family has the reality show for you. Kicked Out, premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET, puts a big ol' nationally televised footprint on slacker kids' backsides as it ambushes them with cold hard reality: Their meal ticket is all punched out, and it's time for them to get out and earn a living. After covertly converting a derelict son's or daughter's bedroom into a home office, expanded den or the like, the Kicked Out parents hand their offspring a packed suitcase, car keys, petty cash and directions to the tiny unfurnished apartment he or she will call home for the next 10 days.

"One of the biggest elements of our show is the surprise element: These kids do not know that they are going to be kicked out of their read more

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