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Wilson Pickett, the soul pioneer defined by his raspy voice and passionate delivery and best known for the hits "Mustang Sally" and "In the Midnight Hour," died on Thursday of a heart attack. He was 64. "I loved him and I'm sure he was well loved," the singer's son, Michael, told Washington's WRC-TV. "I just hope that he is given his props."
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Jean Stapleton, Edith from All in the Family, Dies at 90Actress Jean Stapleton, most famous for playing Edith Bunker in All in the Family, has died, the Los Angeles Times reports. She was 90. Stapleton died in her New York City home of natural causes, her family said.
Big Brother: All-Stars Preview!Voyeur alert! CBS' Big Brother — that wildly addictive, Orwellian peep show — will launch its seventh season tonight at 8 pm/ET with Big Brother 7: All-Stars, featuring 12 of the show's most popular houseguests. During the kickoff, host Julie Chen will introduce the 20 semifinalists, then unveil which six were picked by fan votes and which six were chosen by executive producers Allison Grodner and Arnold Shapiro. The winner collects half a million bucks — but not bef
Last Ladies Check Out of ApprenticeIt was girls' night out — literally — on NBC's The Apprentice last week when Synergy's dressing of Embassy Suites staffers drew a sour reception from employees, leading the Donald to dispatch Allie Jablon and Roxanne Wilson, Season 5's remaining ladies. Did their culottes campaign get short shrift? Which of the guys has their votes to win this thing? And what was up with that lingering hug? TVGuide.com chatted up the runners-up. TVGuide.com: Allie, were you sad to see your si (more…)
The Office Well, I'm ashamed…The Office Well, I'm ashamed to admit this, but Michael Scott behaves pretty much exactly like I do when I've suffered any kind of mild injury. If there's pain involved, my melodrama knows no bounds. And while I've never managed to burn my own foot on a George Foreman Grill, I do have some vague memories of trying to fall asleep with my thumb in a glass of ice water after a bad experience with a frozen pizza. (Yes, yes, I know now that you're not supposed to use ice on a burn. You're not suppose (more…)
How The Book of Daniel Came to BeI'm pretty sure I'm still dreaming. As far as I can tell, this dream started a year and a half ago, so it's actually still June 2004, it's 3:30 in the morning, and I "wake up" with the first scene vividly playing out in my head: His daughter's been arrested. This guy (I hadn't even come up with names yet) has to go pick up his teenage daughter at a police station, way down in Riverdale, in the middle of the night. What the heck was she doing in Riverdale?! He's worried to death. H (more…)
So Janelle is out and Maggie and…So Janelle is out and Maggie and Ivette are the final two. I can't imagine a less exciting finale on Tuesday. I really thought that Ivette, knowing that she could win the half million dollars, would pick Janelle. Instead, she seems happy that she's winning the $50,000 runner-up prize for her family. Did she not think that this is the Summer of Secrets, and perhaps she won't get that cash? I mean, it is unlikely, but still…. Anyway, I was pretty proud of myself for using my middle-sch (more…)