"Oh my God," he shouted in excitement. "For real?" The excitement in his face was so obvious, but still Tori asked him, "Is that okay?"
It's one of the most exciting moments in a couple's life, which Tori acknowledged later. "It's not real until you both acknowledge it for the first time and you share that moment," she said.
Check your local TV listings for more information. After the jump, the late night talk shows.
Here's tonight's TV lineup (all times Eastern). All shows listed are new, unless otherwise noted.
Starting at 8:00
TNT: NBA Playoffs
8:00 to 9:00
ABC: 'Dancing With the Stars' -- 90 minutes
CBS: 'How I Met Your Mother' and 'Rules of Engagement'
ABC Family: '10 Things I Hate About You'
Animal Planet: 'Animal Cops Houston'
BBC America: 'Top Gear' -- 100 minutes long
Cartoon Network: 'Adventure Time With Finn & Jake'
G4: 'The International Sexy Ladies Show'
TLC: 'Little People, Big World' -- Two 30-minute episodes
9:00 to 10:00
ABC: 'Romantically Challenged' -- Series premiere of a new Alyssa Milano comedy
Animal Planet: 'Untamed and Uncut'
Cartoon Network: '6TEEN' -- 9:30 start
Golf Channel: 'Donald J. Trump's Wonderful World of Golf'
LOGO: 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
MSNBC: 'The McVeigh Tapes: Confessions of an American Terrorist' -- Featuring recordings of Timothy McVeigh prior to his execution
MTV: 'True Life'
National Geographic: 'Explorer' -- A look back at the last 25 years of the series
TRUtv: 'Operation Repo' -- 9:30 start
10:00 to 11:00
CBS: 'CSI: Miami'
FX: 'Damages' -- 90-minute season finale
MTV: 'True Life'
Oxygen: 'Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood'
Showtime: 'Nurse Jackie' and 'United States of Tara'
TLC: 'Ultimate Cake Off'
Travel: 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations'
TRUtv: 'Southern Fried Stings' -- Two 30-minute episodes
VH1: 'TRANSform Me' - 10:30 start
11:00 to Midnight
A&E: 'Runaway Squad' -- Two 30-minute episodes
SyFy: 'Monster' -- Two 30-minute episodes. 11:30 start
Ann Curry asked the star of 'Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood' about the recent clips -- like this one here at AOL TV -- that portray Spelling and Dean McDermott in a little bit of a tiff.
"Well, we do a reality show ... when I signed up for this I said, 'I'm going to put it all out there, because otherwise I don't believe in doing them,'" Spelling said. "It's a real relationship ... we're not headed for divorce, we're committed to each other, we're committed to this family."
Check out the video after the jump.
In order to reconnect in their marriage, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott pack up Liam, Stella and the Guncles and head for the open road. During their travels, the group will meet some colorful characters, check out some roadside attractions -- like the Cadillac graveyard -- and indulge in lots of shopping. But will the RV trip bring them closer together or only further drive them apart?
Check out the exclusive preview after the jump.
Gosh, wonder whatever happened to that nice Gosselin family?
We kid, of course, because you can't pick up a celeb magazine or surf a gossip blog without learning more than you want to about the new love life of big daddy Jon.
But after a five-week hiatus that was sparked by the Gosselins' separation, we finally get a peek at how the rest of the fam is doing, as Kate takes the kiddies and heads to the beach, while the Ed Hardy-wearin' paterfamilias stays home to supervise kitchen at the family home.
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