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November 25, 2014

Woman Reports a Hit-and-Run, Gets Herself Arrested on 'Police Women of Memphis' (VIDEO)

There's something great about an arresting story. A story that can get you arrested, on the other hand, is a totally different matter. Luckily for us, we got a little of both on 'Police Women of Memphis' (Thu., 10PM on TLC). A woman had called the cops to report a hit-and-run, and ended up getting herself arrested for assault. After detailing where she was hit and the damage on her car, Offi...

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Is Cat Racist? 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' (VIDEO)

It's only been the inaugural episode of 'The Real Housewives of D.C.' (Thu., 9PM on BRAVO) and things have already gotten a little snippy. Like these small seeds of discontent that British Cat has started to sow in Stacie. In this episode, Stacie proudly introduced the gang to Cheo, Janet Jackson's personal chef, who has also catered to Tyra Banks. "Poor you," Cat responded upon hearing the ...

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Wyclef Jean Announces Haitian Presidential Bid on CNN; Sean Penn Hasn't Seen Him in Haiti for Six Months (VIDEO)

It's official: Musical artist and erstwhile Fugee Wyclef Jean is, in fact, running for president of Haiti. "This is my first time announcing it live," Jean confirmed to Wolf Blitzer on 'Larry King Live' (weeknights, 9PM on CNN) on location in Port-au-Prince. "I feel that me running, it brings a neutral situation, meaning that Wyclef Jean can sit with any political party, have a conversation. I'...

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Doris Roberts to Reprise 'Miracle' Role in Hallmark Channel Film

Who says Miracles don't happen? For Doris Roberts, they can be a recurring thing. The Emmy award-winning 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star is slated to reprise her titular role as Mrs. Miracle in 'Debbie Macomber's They Call Me Mrs. Miracle' this fall on the Hallmark Channel, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In this sequel to last December's 'Debbie Macomber's Mrs. Miracle' (and once again ...

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Rachel Bilson Back on 'How I Met Your Mother'

Could this be yet another step toward finding out the identity of the titular mom? Rachel Bilson is making a return appearance on 'How I Met Your Mother,' according to EW's Ausiello Files. Series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas confirm that the erstwhile 'OC' player will reprise her role as grad student Cindy and drop in on the gang at MacLaren's bar when the CBS sitcom returns for its si...

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That Girl! Kim Dickens

There's nothing like a hurl of expletives to show that you've made it. At least, if you're Kim Dickens, that is. The actress says she often gets recognized as "that girl" from 'Friday Night Lights' or 'Lost.' But fans of her role as madam Joanie Stubbs from the profanity-laden David Milch drama 'Deadwood' tend to be the most colorful. "I definitely get a lot of quotes" from devotees of the p...

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That Guy! Denis O'Hare

He's worked with a galaxy of stars, including Clint Eastwood, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney, Sandra Bullock, Tom Hanks and Sean Penn; and he's been in so many projects that while you immediately recognize the face it's hard to pinpoint what he's actually been in. You know, that guy. The one who plays the no-nonsense boss or campaign manager or stuffy suit; who can be kind of a jerk; and hasn't...

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'Royal Pains' - 'Lovesick' Recap

(S02E02) Ah, the heart. It's a life-giving organ that means well, and can bring two people closer together. But a wounded heart can also lash out at old hurts and get you into trouble. And it was all of these cases in the second episode of the season. And I'm happy to report that this episode seemed to gel a lot better than the season 2 premiere: the rapport between Hank and Evan was strong and...

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'Royal Pains' - 'Spasticity' (Season Premiere) Recap

(S0201) We've officially hit the summer TV season, Squadders. And what could be better for these warm nights than the second season of the USA Network's 'Royal Pains'? This show is a perfect prescription for the summer: It's like a tasty treat that's super lite, fun and easy to consume, but with enough brainy medical terminology to ensure not too many brain cells are lost while enjoying that Ham...

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'Covert Affairs' Enlists Gregory Itzin, Eriq La Salle

'24' might be gone (the TV version of it, anyway), but it appears as though the recently departed Fox drama has a good outplacement program. In fact, two of the show's alums have been cast on USA's new series 'Covert Affairs.' After returning to reprise his role as the smarmy ex-President Charles Logan on '24's final season, the Ausiello Files is reporting that actor Gregory Itzin will appear o...

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