While we try to process those terrible images from the Japan earthquake/tsunami, a few thoughts on some of the highs and lows of the week in TV. (And when we speak of highs and lows, of course the subject is Charlie Sheen.)
REMEMBERING CHARLIE HARPER: Malibu is mourning the loss of one of its more colorful residents: jingle writer/children's music composer-performer Charlie Harper (aka "Charlie Waffles"). His passing was confirmed this week in the wake of the career suicide of his notorious alter ego, a self-described Hollywood "warlock" whose overexposed online rants (following a spate of reckless TV and radio interviews) have quickly degraded from the category of morbidly fascinating train wreck to the realm of sick, sad, no-longer-funny joke.
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Our top moments of the week:
11. Most Passive-Aggressive Duo: After completing the frog-in-a-mud-pit Detour on The Amazing Race in what can only be described as adult diapers, Kent marvels at how cold it was in the pit -- not to mention, the fact that his goth makeup held up. "Were you cold?" he asks gal pal Vyxsin. She responds: "No, because I was working really hard." Oh, snap!
10. Most Outrageous Flirting: On Bethenny Ever After, the newlywed/new mom shamelessly flirts with Dan, a delish Rachael Ray Show producer — or as Bethenny calls him, "a tall, cute glass of...
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Spoiler Alert: The following reveals major plot points from Tuesday's season finale of White Collar.
Con man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) found himself behind bars — and then in the custody of agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) and the FBI — for stealing from the rich. But in the last moments of...
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Fans following the mythology of White Collar for the last two seasons are in for a pleasant surprise when the crime caper wraps its second season Tuesday: answers!
"It's really been two years coming," creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin tells TVGuide.com. "Everything we've set up — Kate, the music box, the code — all those things finally come to a head and we finally realize what those first two seasons have...
After an explosive season that included a flashback episode giving insight into Neal and Peter's cat-and-mouse days and an epic finale, airing tonight, TV Guide Magazine asked the cast and creators of White Collar what kind of episode they'd like to do in Season 3. Turns out many of their wishes may come true.
Regarding the rumors that Anne Rice, author of Interview with the Vampire, might co-write an episode, co-exec producer Mark Goffman tells TV Guide Magazine that the writing staff is very excited about the prospect.
Diane Neal is returning to Law & Order: SVU, a show rep confirms.
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Neal, who played ADA Casey Novak for five years, will reprise her role for...
TV Guide Magazine sits down with White Collar stars Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer to discuss what's coming up during the second half of the season, as well as upcoming guest stars. DeKay and Bomer also reveal secrets about each other and let the cameras in on their fun photo shoot. Check out the video below!
Join the casts of The Vampire Diaries, Nikita, White Collar, Royal Pains and many more as they reveal secrets about themselves that you might not be able to find on Google. Watch Jack McBrayer make some interesting noises with his body and find out what unusual smell Sarah Shahi loves.
Hilarie Burton will join the cast of White Collar full-time as a series regular next season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Burton, 28, has recurred on the USA caper since the beginning of Season 2. Burton plays Sara Ellis, an insurance company investigator who once testified against...
Much of the TV landscape is, and has always been, devoted to comfort-food formula. Some of us, though, live for those moments when a show breaks formula and delivers the unexpected. This week gave us some excellent examples of that in the most popular formula of the moment: the crime/police drama.
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First, TNT's Southland, which really doesn't qualify as a conventional police procedural, its cases often taking a back seat to the personal day-in-the-worklife dramas that unfold with gritty, muted realism. Even so, it was a jolt to witness the death of a major character (Kevin Alejandro's quietly competent Nate Moretta) unfold in the manner of a matter-of-fact nightmare...