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EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek at Sexy Cake Talk on 'Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Oct 14th 2011 9:00AM
Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day'Say Yes to the Dress' is having a wedding! It's big, New Jersey-style and "Tim Burton creepy fairytale" themed, according to bride-to-be (and 'Say Yes' fan favorite) Kelly Miller.

We've got the exclusive sneak peek at the one-hour special, titled 'Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day,' which finds plus-size bride Kelly's big personality kicking into overdrive as she finalizes cake details, which she claims are "completely up to my fiancé" ... but we all know that's probably not true. Her one directive: "I want people to like want to make out and like have sex on the tables ... I want it to be that romantic." OK.

The special (airs Fri., Oct. 14, 10PM ET on TLC) shows Kelly trying to keep the peace with fiancé Roger, while also managing her parents' expectations and dealing with the stress surrounding her own body image and weight.

Fans already know which dress she said "yes" to, but now we'll see everything else -- from cake, invitations and flowers, to picking a venue and more -- all leading up to their big day. Take a look ...

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What Reality TV Teaches Us About Love and Marriage

by Stephanie Earp, posted Aug 9th 2011 12:00PM
The conclusion of another season of the 'The Bachelorette' and last night's debut of the dirty after-party called 'Bachelor Pad' got me thinking about the state of marriage -- at least on reality TV.

My parents got married at City Hall. My mom was wearing a caftan over her baby bump (I was born a few months later) and my dad wore a V-neck sweater, high-heeled boots and five o'clock shadow. It was the '70s and the whole thing cost as much as the marriage license. Granted, it didn't last, but as I'm sure you've noticed, most marriages don't.

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Best Wedding Shows on TV: From 'Bridezillas' to 'Big Redneck Weddings'

by Tara Spicer, posted Aug 22nd 2010 10:00AM

There's no denying the addictive powers of the wedding show ... especially when you throw in an angry bride, a frazzled groom, and a budget that makes Chelsea Clinton's nuptials look like a backyard potluck.

But of course, not all brides are bridezillas, not all grooms are miserable, and not all weddings come with a million dollar price tag. There are also those shows that are filled with happy, normal people. You don't have to be a bride (or a groom) to enjoy these seven wedding shows ...

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Most Evil Reality Show Villains on TV Right Now

by Jane Murphy, posted Dec 2nd 2009 6:30PM
When it comes to reality show stars, we remember the ones we love to hate. Johnny Fairplay or Puck, Santino or Joan Rivers (what, you didn't want Annie Duke to win 'Celebrity Apprentice'?) ... viewers want to get their blood boiling. Here are some of the scoundrels (and circumstances) currently gritting teeth on your TV grid.

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What to Watch Friday, April 17

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 17th 2009 5:00AM
Prison Break'Prison Break'
(9PM, Fox)
It's the beginning of the end, as the show kicks off a string of twist-filled new episodes that will lead to its series finale later this spring.

First up, Michael and Sara stick out their thumbs and hitchhike their way to Miami, while Michael's bro Linc meets up with Mama Scofield, who is not only not dead, but who lets Linc in on her plans to take over The Company – and issues her little man a warning that he should not interfere with said plan.

Elsewhere, T-Bag and the traitorous Self are hot on the trail of Scylla, and are going to be quite surprised when they find out who is in possession of the oh-so-sought-after Company database of secrets.


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What to Watch Friday, March 6

by Kim Potts, posted Mar 6th 2009 5:00AM
Bret Michaels'The E! True Hollywood Story: Bret Michaels'
(9PM, E!)
He's constantly defending what's underneath his bandana, he's diabetic and his biggest hit was sparked by a cheating ex ... not exactly rock 'n' roll details, which is a big reason why rocker Bret Michaels is oddly endearing.

The 'Rock of Love' star dishes on himself in this 'THS,' recalling a childhood that was idyllic until he was diagnosed with diabetes. He later dropped out of high school and headed to Los Angeles, where he formed Poison, wrote 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' after being cheated on by an "exotic dancer" and made a, ahem, video with Pam Anderson.

Now, like that other single dad 'Bachelor,' he's looking for love on reality TV. More specifically, on a bus.


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What to Watch Friday, Dec. 26

by Kim Potts, posted Dec 26th 2008 5:00AM
jennifer aniston'Jennifer Aniston: An E! Entertainment Special'
(8PM, E!)
That GQ magazine cover would seem to prove that there's little yet to be revealed about the 'Friends' and 'Marley & Me' star.

But the E! folk claim otherwise, as this special delves into her early career, her 'Friends' days and her more recent comedy works, including her well-received guest gig on '30 Rock' this season.

And, of course, no Aniston bio would be complete without a peek into her personal life, which includes interviews with celeb pals Marlo Thomas and Kathy Najimy, and dish on the Brangelina brouhaha, her tempestuous relationship with her mom and her recent on-again, off-again romance with playboy rock star John Mayer.


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What to Watch Friday, Nov. 28

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 28th 2008 5:00AM
monk'Monk' and 'Psych'
(9PM & 10PM, USA) holiday specials
Anyone wondering what to put in Monk's Christmas stocking this year can start with an extra-large bottle of antibacterial gel; the germaphobe is going to need it when he agrees to help three homeless guys (particularly unkempt homeless guys) investigate the death of their friend.

Meanwhile, 'Psych' pals Shawn and Gus have their own holiday case, as a little girl begs them for help in getting a mall Santa out of jail.

Of course, there's more to the story where Santa and his little helper are concerned, and they're not the only ones with a secret: Shawn is trying to keep Gus from finding out that Shawn and Joy, Gus' sister, got busy under the mistletoe.


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What to Watch Friday, Sept. 19

by Kim Potts, posted Sep 19th 2008 5:00AM
'Dog Whisperer'
(9PM, NGC) 100th episode
It's a dog day evening on this special episode of 'Whisperer,' which finds Cesar inviting more than 100 of his past pooch guests and their owners to a party to celebrate his 100th episode.

Complete with red carpet (lined with fire hydrants), the soiree marks a successful dog run in which the trainer has rehabbed more than 300 dogs and 500 owners (in more than 100 cities), curing the canines of aggression, fear and out-of-control behavior and empowering their owners with skills to live happily with man's best friend.

And as a thank you for Cesar's animal magnetism, his party guests have a doggone good surprise for him: An appearance by his childhood hero, Lassie.


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Animal Planet, Discovery, TLC, and HBO - TCA Report

by Kristin Sample, posted Jul 11th 2008 8:39AM
Whale Wars I attended the TCA Cable Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton yesterday where I learned about the following shows:

Whale Wars on Animal Planet
Secrets of the Dinosaur Mummy on Discovery
Ashley Paige: Bikini or Bust on TLC
Ricky Gervais Comedy Special on HBO
Little Britain, USA on HBO
Generation Kill on HBO

And there's more. Believe me, there's more.

Okay, you've got whale pirates, mummies, bikinis, Ricky Gervais, vampires, and Marines. Unfortunately, none of those shows combine all six of those things / people. After the jump, find out about these new shows and the people who make them...

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