After the finals last night AOL TV asked the bad boy of the ballroom if he'll be returning to the show when it comes back for its next installment (likely in mid-September.)
"I don't know," he shared. "It takes a lot out of you. When you invest that much of you into something that's supposed to be just work you [can] get misinterpreted. I don't know [if I'm coming back]. We'll see. Right now, I'm drained."
Chmerkovskiy, who joined the show in Season 2, has taken a break from 'DWTS' before, sitting out Season 6 back in 2008.
If you can clear the tears from your eyes long enough to watch, check out TV Squad's exclusive deleted scene from the -- sniff -- last season in honor of today's DVD release. In it, Coach Taylor counsels Vince on the rules regarding college recruiters contacting him and luring him to their schools with free meals and other no-no perks.
Watch the clip after the jump.
The episode, titled 'The Dig' (airs Mon., April 11, 8PM ET on Fox), also has a very special surprise: it marks the return of fan-favorite doc Thirteen, played by Olivia Wilde.
Thirteen has been in prison for the last six months, and House isn't gonna stop until he figures out why. (I mean, really, I can't wait to hear why.) To him, it's just another puzzle that needs solving -- and another way to torture someone on his team.
AOL TV has this exclusive clip from the 150th episode featuring House (Hugh Laurie) and Thirteen sparring, just like old times, as they prepare to embark on an epic roadtrip on their way back to Princeton Plainsboro. This isn't your typical roadtrip with beef jerky and classic radio sing-alongs, but it does include a spud gun competition against House's rival. Naturally.
This Sunday marks the final episode of HBO's 'Big Love,' and from the looks of TV Squad's exclusive clip, wherein the three Henrickson wives ride, 'Thelma and Louise'–style, in Barb's new convertible, we can only hope the final minutes of the series don't see the ladies driving toward any cliffs.
After watching said clip, Barb's Zen-like attitude leaves us pretty secure that things will turn out all right for the ladies, even though Nicki is as uptight as ever. (Of course, she's the one who asks Barb to put the top up.)
"Just relax, enjoy the ride," Barb tells her sister wife. "It's the last time we'll all be together for the first time in Honeybee." (Honeybee, of course, is the name of the car.)
Watch the clip after the jump.
"Everything is going to change," Barb tells her now-not-legal-husband. Namely: If Bill goes to jail, he won't be able to -- let's say "tend to his wives' needs." Well, except for Nicki. She tells Barb and Bill that she'll be OK if Bill is imprisoned; a husband in jail is something many women in her family have dealt with
"That's easy for you to say, Nicki," Barb replies. "You're the legal wife now, so you can get conjugal visits."
Watch TV Squad's exclusive clip after the jump.
In this week's exclusive clip, we see the new Mrs. Henrickson go back to the compound to help other women who are in the position she once was.
"I was just like you," she tells the potential rescuee. "Scared. Trapped. No better than a slave. Look at me now -- I'm legally married. I have nice things. I live in my own house. Don't you want a life like mine?"
Check out the clip after the jump.
In TV Squad's exclusive 'Big Love' first look this week, Bill and Nicki discuss one of the smaller yet still important issues of Bill's impending divorce from Barb -- when Nicki signs the marriage license so she and Bill can make their marriage legal in the eyes of the law, should she sign as Nicki Henrickson or Nicki Grant?
Watch the clip after the jump.
In the season premiere, Grace (Holly Hunter) meets a mysterious stranger and takes him home from church. A concerned Rhetta (Laura San Giacomo) consults the always dependable Internet and finds Grace's mysterious new beau hasn't been very truthful. What does she find? We'll let you find out in the video. However, please tell us you what thought about Grace's bizarre reaction.
Check out the video after the jump.
Now, some networks will say they have an exclusive before another interview airs, so in that case I guess we can say they're right (if we give them the benefit of the doubt that they didn't know the other interview was coming, that is), but more often than not they know it's not an exclusive.
With Grammy-winner Beyonce singing "At Last" just for them, the two danced alone together on stage. However, ABC's first dance exclusive ended up on other networks.
As great as bonus features on a DVD set can be, often they're not worth watching. However, for any fan of Lost, all the twists, turns, and WTF moments pretty much demand that you take a moment to watch anything you can get your hands on. When it comes to this show, a little behind-the-scenes explanation is always a good thing.
That being said, I think everyone remembers the frustration at the end of last season when we knew who the Oceanic Six were but couldn't figure out just how the hell they would all make it off the island together. Remember? They were spread all over the place and for a while, it seemed pretty unlikely that they would all join up.
Obviously it it all came together perfectly by the end, but check out the video after the jump - it's good to know that Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse were just as confused as we were.
Alicia Silverstone, star of Clueless on the big screen, Miss Match on the small, has been signed for a series of episodes, a mini-arc.
By now I'm sure you've heard of AOL Television's new venture into the world of online delivery of television shows, In2TV. Though In2TV officially opens to the public this Wednesday, I was recently lucky enough to get a preview of its interface and offerings. So, what can you expect to see this Wednesday and beyond? Read on to find out.
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