The sixth-season finale features a flamboyant metropolitan couple who dress as superheroes everywhere they go and are on a mission to rid the world of boring relationships. The wife's daughter is embarrassed by their antics. The other family is as serious as a heart attack: They moved to the country to protect their kids from the bad influences of the city so the kids could concentrate on chores and disciple. When these women walk a mile in each other's moccasins, it'll be a strange stroll indeed.
Read on for previews of Whale Wars, Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta, Good Morning America, Den Brother, Women's Tennis and Smallville.
The SRU team members are given a delicate assignment: rescue a baby who is being held hostage. The kid is taken when a carjacker steals the vehicle the baby is in. It all comes to a climax at a seedy motel where the captor, who may be a serial killer, is staying. — Tim Holland
At the end of last week's episode, we saw the gang return to a slightly different Eureka than the one they knew before they traveled back in time to the town's foundation. While the charming-yet-devious Trevor (James Callis) adjusts to skipping 60 years of history, Fargo acclimates to a surprising career change. Let's hope his new job description includes these words: "Must know how to deal with red indoor lightning."
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In the Season 3 premiere, Captain Watson leads a fleet of three anti-whaling ships against the wily Japanese — surely a recipe for three times the adventure. A former Norwegian whaling ship and a speedboat have joined the mission, but the Sea Shepherds still find themselves trying to evade a Japanese reconnaissance ship that has been trailing them through the Antarctic. If something doesn't change, odds are a battle will ensue.
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PETA is not pleased with Mike Tyson's new Animal Planet show about pigeon racing.
The animal welfare group wants New York City prosecutors to investigate Tyson's Brooklyn-based reality show, saying it is cruel to animals and its races could involve illegal gambling.
"Animal Planet needs more programs like Whale Wars and Animal Cops, in which people go to bat for animals, and fewer programs that showcase cruelty and profiteering at animals' expense," PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk said in a statement.
Mike Tyson arrested in airport scuffle
Taking on Tyson, which is scheduled to begin filming next month and air next year on Animal Planet, will follow the former heavyweight champion as he competes in what a news release describes as the "intensely competitive and bizarrely fascinating world of pigeon racing." The news release adds that Tyson is a novice pigeon racer, but ...
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Is it just our intuition or does Jamie Foxx have an upcoming tour to promote? As it happens, his Intuition (that's his latest CD) Tour kicks off July 3 in Las Vegas. He'll be busy before that, too: Spike's Guys Choice awards on Sunday and The BET Awards (which he'll host) on June 28. Maybe there'll be an Obama impression someplace, but Foxx's focus this morning on GMA's Central Park concert will be on keeping up the momentum from "Blame It," his platinum single from Intuition.
Read on for previews of Mr. Troop Mom, Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Real Time with Bill Maher and Whale Wars.