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Phil Mickelson Wins for His Wife at the Masters (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 12th 2010 1:15AM
Phil Mickelson Wins for His Wife at the MastersWell, despite all the Tiger Woods-related controversy, golfer Phil Mickelson won the Masters Tournament (today on CBS), and he did it for his wife Amy, who is suffering from cancer. Mickelson's wife has breast cancer, and she had been in bed all week, but came out for the final day of the contest.

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Why Nike Deserves Cursing For Its Tiger Woods Ad

by Danny Gallagher, posted Apr 9th 2010 4:03PM
Nike's Tiger Woods adThe Tiger Woods story has become a beast that cannot be fed, no matter how many bloody human entrails you stuff in its perpetually open maw.

Tiger's never-ending reach for forgiveness and redemption has been more thoroughly covered than my late grandmother's living room couch. It's turned the news into a supermarket tabloid. It's turned 'SportsCenter' into a Lifetime made-for-TV movie.

And now, with Nike's new Tiger ad, it's turned commercials, my one measly break from this love-to-hate lovefest, into another creepy, lurid, sex-soaked look at a superstar's human indiscretions.

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Tiger Woods' Controversial New Nike Ad (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 8th 2010 11:25PM
Tiger Woods' Controversial New Nike AdTiger Woods has returned to the world of golf, following his recent sex scandal and struggles with his wife. Woods is currently playing in the Masters Golf Tournament and, with his return, Nike has released a new ad starring the golfer. The ad is meant to repair some of the damage done to Woods' public image. But unfortunately, some people find it to be ... fairly creepy.

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Bob Costas Talks Tiger Woods' Return to Golf (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 6th 2010 9:55AM
Bob CostasBob Costas stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights at 12:37AM ET on NBC) and weighed in on Tiger Woods' road to recovery. The veteran sportscaster said given Woods' situation, yesterday's press conference was the best the golfer could do.

"If he's going to go forward, he was about as forthright as somebody could be in that situation today," Costas said.

However, Costas dispelled the idea that Woods picked the Masters Golf Tournament because he was sure to win it. "I think the main reason he chose the Masters is that it's the most controlled environment in all of sports, not just golf, in all of sports."

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Tiger Woods Talks Missing His Son's First Birthday While in Rehab (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 5th 2010 4:45PM
Tiger WoodsWhen Tiger Woods made the choice to enter rehab for sex addiction, he knew he was giving up a lot. The embattled golf star got to spend Christmas with his family before entering rehab, but missed his son's first birthday.

"Because of the time frame of it, I missed my son's first birthday," Woods said in a press conference on CNN (today at 2PM). "And that hurts, that hurts a lot. I vowed I'd never miss another one after that ... that's something I regret and probably will for the rest of my life."

Woods has a long road ahead on his quest for image rehabilitation and you can sure tell by the pain in his face that he means what he says.

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Tiger Woods and Wife Star in Video Game on 'South Park' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 18th 2010 2:54AM
South Park, Tiger Woods video gameIt's inevitable that Tiger Woods would end up on 'South Park' (Wed., 10PM ET on COM), but bonus points to Trey Parker and Co. for creating a sweet video game out of the scandal.

It's brilliant, really. Put the battling couple on a golf course, arm them with golf clubs, and include game points for endorsements and the almighty Pre-Nup Power-Up!

We're sure if the boys play long enough, Tiger's women will make an appearance, too.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Best TV of the '00s: Scandals

by Mike Moody, posted Dec 29th 2009 2:00PM
grey's anatomy scandalMore of our best of the decade coverage, which started earlier today. You can read the other posts at the link above. Here, we talk about the decade's biggest TV scandals.

Who doesn't like a little drama? We love it here at TV Squad. Of course, its usually the scripted kind that we obsess over, not the real-life variety. But it was hard to escape all of the behind-the-scenes scandals going on during the Aughts.

The backstage drama often spilled out onto the tube, in talk show interviews, reality series, and with the 24-hour news networks looking to fill time and boost their ratings. Needless to say, we had little trouble picking our top TV scandals of the '00s.

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Cheaters guy gives his take on the Tiger Woods scandal

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 15th 2009 1:02PM
CheatersJust when thought you had already heard the whole world's take on the Tiger Woods saga, out comes the last person you want to see on a date.

Professional soul patch wearer and Cheaters host Joey Greco talked to the Los Angeles Times about Woods' philandering ways.

He describes his take on the reaction, the coverage and even Tiger's handling of the event. He even likens it to David Letterman's recent scandal and says that Letterman handled his public reaction to the event much better and Tiger should have done the same. So does he mean that Tiger Woods also should have released his own Top Ten list?

[via TVTattle]

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Has the Tiger Woods saga been too well covered?

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 14th 2009 8:04PM
After a long day of whining and moaning about fictional characters' motives and twisting plot lines, I like to unwind with a bit of less believable reality: the evening news.

The only thing is this week, my days haven't ended with my daily dose of death and destruction. For instance, the most visible story on last week's roll of the NBC Nightly News was the never-ending Tiger Woods saga, starting with his growing roster of steady girlfriends and ending with his lost endorsement deals. The majority of last week's broadcasts featured the latest news at the very top of their broadcasts.

It's even worse on the cable news networks. The story has been updated and broken over and over for what seems to be every hour on the hour and these are networks that stopped giving time to sports stories when ESPN cornered the market.

Is it just me or is Tiger-gate getting too much coverage?

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