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Dallas (Wednesdays, 9/8c, TNT)
You may not be able to go home again, but you can certainly go back to Southfork. From the...
Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss
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11. Coming Up Short Award: Everyone's got a gimmick on America's Got Talent. For one diminutive impersonator, that means dressing up as one of the judges' husbands and singing a song that was written about her! Thus, the aptly named Little Ozzy croons "Mama, I'm Coming Home," much to Sharon Osbourne's delight. "I have to tell you something. My husband is away from me right now, and it made me miss him even more by you singing me that song, so I really thank you," she says. But a compliment is all Little Ozzy gets, as he fails to...
Andy Cohen is taking Saturday Night Live's spoof of him in stride.
On Saturday, SNL's Taran Killam portrayed the Watch What Happens: Live host as a flamboyant, camera-ready narcissist. Cohen laughed off the impression Sunday during Watch What Happens: Live, but offered up a critique...
Sofia Vergara hosted La Noche del Sábado Vivo (aka Saturday Night Live) for the first time.
During her monologue, the Modern Family star recalled how she was welcomed to America with open arms "and pulled-down pants," talked about living the Colombian dream of marrying Al Bundy, gave a shout-out to her son Manolo (he only looks 19, he's actually 5) and showed off her accent, natch...
Bones, David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel
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13. Biggest Buzzkill: When The Voice's Carson Daly asks Adam Levine for his opinion on Team Christina singer Jesse Campbell, Christina Aguilera is all too ready to come to her singer's defense and warns Adam not to criticize too harshly, saying, "Payback's a b----." Adam — who was only trying to compliment Jesse — is gobsmacked by Christina's reaction. Adding fuel to the fire, Christina calmly asks Jesse: "Aren't you glad that you have the only sober coach up here?" Irony!
12. Most Annoying Screaming Match: Wanna know what a Real Housewives reunion on speed looks like? Then check out the Watch What Happens Live All-Star Party. In a Real Housewives Battle Royale, Andy Cohen pits East Coast vs. West Coast, quizzing them on "their favorite...
Andy Cohen and Joan Rivers
Whitney Houston was a favorite target of Joan Rivers', but the funnywoman acknowledges that it's inappropriate to mock the singer right now. After Houston died Saturday, E! pulled a ...
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
American Horror Story may be getting a completely new cast for Season 2, but there's one star from the show's first season that fans can look forward to seeing again.
Grayson Schmitz's big Top Chef adventure came to an end when her stuffed chicken dish for guest judge Pee Wee Herman was deemed... well, we don't really know what. It was big and featured multiple seasonal flavors, but it wasn't under-seasoned or undercooked, like Sarah's or Ed's. "The whole thing is so subjective and I think it was really close, but ultimately they liked mine the least for whatever reason," she tells TVGuide.com. "And that's fine. Someone had to go home and it was me." But the New York-based chef didn't go directly home: She faced off with Beverly on Last Chance Kitchen to win a spot back on the show (the winner will be revealed and will re-enter the competition on next week's episode), which didn't exactly thrill her. Find out why below.
Ralph Fiennes, who played the boy wizard's greatest foe in the Harry Potter film franchise, made an appearance on Thursday's Watch What Happens: Live, where he made certain Potter fans' dreams come true when he read some erotic fan faction.
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Wearing his pajamas and fuzzy slippers, and with smooth jazz music playing in the background, Fiennes read a portion of "Broken Innocence," about a forbidden romance between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort.
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Andy Cohen, Russell Armstrong
Less than five months after the suicide of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband Russell Armstrong, executive producer and Bravo executive Andy Cohen defended how the show handled the situation at Bravo's winter TV previews Saturday.
"I think what emerged is a story of a woman trying to extricate herself from a marriage, in which she was unhappy, in which domestic violence was...