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'Bad Girls Club' Season Finale: Body Blows, Silly String, and One Last Brawl (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Nov 24th 2010 10:30AM
'Bad Girls Club' Reunion Finale: Body Blows, Silly String, and One Last Brawl Previously, on part one of the 'Bad Girls Club' reunion -- the girls got in a fight. " ... But that's all that ever happens on 'Bad Girls Club,'" you're saying to yourself.

True, but this is why we watch the show. It's as reliable as an old grandfather clock. And it's oddly comforting to know that -- no matter what -- these ladies will always be screaming insults and pulling each others' hair.

Still, that was just part one of the reunion. Tonight's season finale (Tue., 10PM ET on Oxygen) was part two, and in honor of that ... the girls got into another fight. But this one involved silly string! And if you're not "into" watching sexy young women roll around in tight dresses, while being sprayed with silly string -- well, you're a very strong and moral person, and we salute you.

The exact cause of tonight's fight was vague. It had something to do with Lea getting mad at Kristen ... for spray-painting her room in the 'Bad Girl' house ... a really long time ago. Lea wanted to know if Kristen thought she was a "bad b*tch" for doing this. "I want to know!!!" she yelled.

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Mary McDonnell Is Coming Back to 'The Closer'

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 28th 2010 1:00PM
the_closer_tnt_kyra_sedgwickThere was a great scene in 'The Closer' in the season finale last December, in which Mary McDonnell made a guest appearance as Captain Sharon Raydor. It was all about how much their two characters disliked each other.

From the TV Squad review, we wrote: "They may be on the same LAPD, but they are not sisters in blue. Pope would be wise not to keep throwing them together, although Commander Taylor and Johnson eventually worked out their differences and now are best buddies. Still, the scene with Mary McDonnell and Kyra Sedgwick explaining how they dislike each other was very good."

Well, Mary and Kyra will get a chance to rekindle that antipathy. In the upcoming season, Mary McDonnell is coming back to 'The Closer,'

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Review: '24' - '9:00PM-10:00PM'

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 2nd 2010 6:20AM
24: Season 8, Episode 6

(S08E06) "If you're talking about what I think you're talking about, we don't do that anymore." - Hastings to Jack, on using unsavory methods with the Russians

Oh, snap. The Russians may have bought Renee's cover, but that doesn't mean she's out of danger. Just the opposite, especially given the fact that she's a loose cannon and doesn't seem to care whether she lives or dies at this point. Or maybe that's not necessarily true.

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'24' Season 8 Premiere Recap, Night 1

by Jason Hughes, posted Jan 18th 2010 12:30AM
Mykelti Williamson and Kiefer Sutherland, 24
Once again, Jack Bauer is getting pulled reluctantly into the thrills and dangers that make up the world of '24.' This time, he seemed genuinely happy to put the past behind him and move on to a new life with his daughter and granddaughter in Los Angeles, but fate clearly had other plans for him, and happiness is never in the cards for Jack Bauer.

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Buffy season eight Big Bad revealed

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 12th 2010 9:00AM
Buffy the Vampire SlayerFor those not keeping track, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise has continued to a season eight in the comic books. In her latest escapades, Buffy (with her Slayer army) has been fighting a masked villain named Twilight who apparently is familiar with Buffy.

In an interview, Dark Horse editor Scott Alie revealed the secret identity of Twilight. Spoiler is after the jump ...

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'Biggest Loser' Before and After 2009

by AOL TV Staff, posted Dec 8th 2009 11:30PM
Biggest Loser Season 8Want to see how much weight your favorite 'Biggest Loser' contestants have lost?

Click through our gallery to see before and after photos.

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Buffy season nine, by Joss Whedon

by Brad Trechak, posted Sep 25th 2009 3:09PM
Buffy"But wait," you say. "There was a season eight?" Yes, there was. It was in comic book form. And season eight will be in the same format. This is according to Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon.

If you haven't been reading the comics, shame on you. Without the restrictions of a television budget, some crazy cool things have been happening. Like Dawn growing to enormous size and Buffy teaming up with Dracula to take out a band of rogue Asian vampires. Also, Buffy travels to the future to meet Slayer-from-the-future Malaka Fray (who was in a previous comic series of her own).

Whedon is obviously a fan of comics. The good news is, in comic books, the series never has to end. We could all be enjoying Buffy season 337 in a few centuries. Well, our descendants would be anyway. It's something to look forward to.

[Watch clips and free episodes of Buffy at SlashControl.]

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Will Paula Abdul leave American Idol?

by Debra McDuffee, posted Nov 14th 2008 2:19PM
Paula AbdulI must confess, I really, really enjoy American Idol. Sure, I could do without the mean-spirited auditions and the tacky group numbers reminiscent of Up With People, but for the most part, it's a satisfying guilty pleasure.

It's not just the talented contestants that keep me watching, though. I like the judges and the way they interact with each other. I had really mixed feelings when I heard the news that American Idol would be bringing on another judge: curious to see how she'd fit in with the others and what her style would be like, but nervous that she'd change the dynamic between the original three too much for my liking.

So imagine how I must be feeling now that this news has broken -- Paula Abdul is looking to leave American Idol to pursue other projects.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wolves at the Gate, Part 1

by Keith McDuffee, posted Mar 7th 2008 4:23PM
wolves at the gate cover(S08I12) I never really cared for the Dracula episode of Buffy. It definitely had its funny moments, but having Dracula thrown into the Buffyverse lore was hard to stomach. Not to mention this ass had an easy time of wooing Buffy. Oh, and Xander too.

That said, this was a great issue. It marks the first of a series of issues written by TV Buffy writer Drew Goddard, and the feeling from the show is captured perfectly. For some reason I wasn't able to say that as much before, but here I feel right at home.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: No Future For You, Parts III & IV

by Keith McDuffee, posted Dec 14th 2007 3:41PM
buffy comic(S08I08 & S08I09) I'm a bit late for both of these issues, but better late than never, right? Thankfully, for me, I was still able to get the first printing of both issues. For most people that doesn't mean squat, but I'm anal that way about the very few comics I buy these days.

Anyway, let's start with the first issue of this two-part review, which is actually the third part of the third story, and is the eighth issue.

OK, that sure was confusing ...

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: No Future For You, Part II

by Keith McDuffee, posted Oct 11th 2007 11:01AM
buffy season 8 issue 7(S08I07) This issue starts out with the longest - and perhaps first - foray into flashback territory for this "season." I guess I could have gone through my well overplayed DVDs and checked the referred-to episode for accuracy, but it seemed pretty dead-on to me.

Y'know, I love Giles and all, and I especially appreciate that he's a presence in this series, but I'm not really digging how cookie-cutter he seems, particularly in these last two issues. Is it just me or does he drink tea and clean his spectacles way too (stereotypically) often?

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: No Future For You, Part I

by Keith McDuffee, posted Sep 19th 2007 11:01AM
buffy season 8 comic cover faith(S08I06) Even though this isse wasn't written by Joss, the capable hands of Brian K. Vaughan pulled off what I think feels very true to the Buffyverse. Faith was always one of my favorite characters from Buffy and Angel, and it's great to see her back again. And scenes with Giles? Even better.

It's been so long since I'd watched the last couple of seasons of Buffy that I completely forgot that Principal Wood had a thing with Faith. Here we see that Wood is fully involved in the big baddiness of the world, and he and Faith are still quite a thing.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Chain

by Keith McDuffee, posted Aug 2nd 2007 10:47AM
buffy season 8(S08I05) It seems the readers have spoken ... written ... voted, and I will continue to review the "episodes" of Buffy season 8. I agree with some of the sentiments left in the comments, though. While this is meant to be a canonical continuation of the TV series, it's not a TV series. This is a comic, and it feels like one. It can't replace the direction and the acting we saw on the small screen, and I don't believe it was ever meant to.

When one of your friends heads off to a faraway land and sends you a letter every week, it's not the same as them being there with you, but it sure is comforting to have them around, so-to-speak. It's like that, only not as desperate sounding.

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Should I keep reviewing Buffy season 8?

by Keith McDuffee, posted Jul 31st 2007 9:53AM
Buffy season 8Some of you may not know this already, but the latest issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 8 comic hit stores last week, when originally it was slated to come out, I believe, this week. As I was picking up my copy, I got to wondering if the TV Squad readers even cared to have me continue to review them, especially with the news that there will be a season 9 comic.

So, once again I'm going to take advantage of the use of polls and leave it up to you. While I'm definitely going to keep buying and reading these books, do you want me to continue to review them here for you? I'll check the results of the poll (after the jump) later this week and decide.

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Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The Long Way Home, Part 4

by Keith McDuffee, posted Jun 7th 2007 9:22AM
buffy season 8 issue 4(S08I04) And thus ends the first arc of the new season of Buffy. This issue was a bit all over the place. Some sections seemed to jump a bit too much, particularly in the first half of the book, though you could almost get the feeling that it wouldn't be done much differently had this been actually on television.

I will say this much for the series, though -- the "big bad" of the season is something of brilliance. Well played, Mr. Whedon.

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