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Burt and Virginia Pretend to Be Rich For His Parents on 'Raising Hope' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 16th 2011 1:15AM
'Raising Hope' - 'Burt's Parents'When Virginia came up with the crazy idea of pretending to be someone else on 'Raising Hope' (Tue., 9:30PM ET on FOX), we just knew it was going to end in disaster. She was doing it for Burt, though, in an attempt to allow him to finally impress them -- he's apparently been a chronic disappointment since childhood.

So when they decide to drop by for Thanksgiving, the family pretends to live at one of the rich homes Virginia cleans. It all goes great, until the family comes home early. They were lucky they just got thrown out. But they weren't the only ones lying either.

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'Glee' Season 3, Episode 6 Recap: Finn Pushes Santana Out of the Closet (VIDEO)

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 16th 2011 12:30AM
glee mash off['Glee' -- 'Mash Off']

Hear that, gleeks? That was the slap heard around the world -- and it was also a huge wake-up call for 'Glee' fans everywhere because that was seriously one of my favorite episodes ever. Okay, so it had a little too much Sue Sylvester for my liking, but at least her slandering ways had a purpose this episode. Everything from the song choices to the tight choreography and witty one-liners made this episode a knock-out.

And since Puck's tacky "Hot for Teacher" serenade happens within the first five minutes, it's easy to forget it ever happens. On the other hand, the Troubletone's "Rumor Has It/Someone Like You" Adele mash-up is now second favorite 'Glee' song ever (because nothing can come close to "Teenage Dream" in my book).

Naya Rivera, you have officially become my favorite gleek. Sorry Chris Colfer, but you had your season last year, and although I still love you and your fabulous ensembles, now, it's Naya's chance to shine -- and Santana's coming out storyline is pretty explosive.

For starters, she didn't come out. She was pushed out by an angry, fed up Finn.

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Taylor Faces a Giant Lizard to Protect a Known Murderer on 'Terra Nova' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 15th 2011 2:00AM
'Terra Nova' - 'Proof'For those who've been patient to stick with 'Terra Nova' (Mon., 8PM ET on FOX) through its awkward and meandering first several episodes, things are really starting to come together and get interesting. In fact, I dare say if this keeps up, we may be worrying about a second season pick-up come the inevitable cliffhanger finale in about a month.

This week, Taylor tracked the man who'd been banished from Terra Nova for murder, and implemented a brilliant espionage assignment. It could help earn the man entry back into the colony, but more importantly it could help Taylor find out who the spy is inside Terra Nova. That's a brilliant tactician taking advantage of a situation that was out of his control.

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'Family Guy' 9/11 Episode: Did the Show Go Too Far This Time?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 14th 2011 11:30AM
Family Guy'Family Guy' is no stranger to controversy, but did the Sun., Nov. 13 episode featuring a 9/11 satire go too far?

The episode, 'Back to the Pilot,' saw Stewie and Brian go back in time to 1999, the year the 'Family Guy' pilot aired on Fox, in an effort to change history.

Taking full advantage of his time-travel opportunity, Brian decides to inform his past self about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The cartoon dog then prevents the events from ever happening, altering the 'Family Guy' future.

A second Civil War erupts, but the two eventually set that right too, saying "Let it happen," in regards to 9/11. Watch a clip from the episode below and let us know if 'Family Guy' crossed the line by rewriting the history of 9/11.

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Brian and Stewie Travel Back to 1999 to See the 'Family Guy' Pilot (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 14th 2011 3:00AM
'Family Guy' - 'Back to the Pilot'Originally, this week's episode of 'Family Guy' (Sun., 9PM ET on FOX) was going to be the next installment in the 'Road to...' episodes featuring Brian and Stewie. Instead, Stewie's time machine brought the duo 'Back to the Pilot.'

It was certainly a fun look back at the early animation from 1999, as well as the slightly different voices used for several of the main characters, and of course Lacey Chabert voicing Meg. But it was just too tempting for Brian to alter the past, and when they got back to the present, they discovered he'd single-handedly thwarted the 9/11 attacks.

Unfortunately, this led to a second Civil War, and five years down the road the world is a post-apocalyptic wasteland ... but it's not all bad. Cleveland's back!

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Gordon Ramsay Invades Marge's Dream on 'The Simpsons,' Or Is She in His? (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 14th 2011 1:30AM
Gordon Ramsay, 'The Simpsons'Determined to have the kids think of her as a fun parent, too -- they call Homer the "fun dad" -- Marge finds some inroads with the kids when they start exploring unique foods with her. Suddenly, it's a competition to see who's more fun on 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8:30PM ET on FOX).

Marge stressed about it so much, she started getting yelled at in her dream. And who better to yell at a new foodie on FOX than Gordon Ramsay, who told her, "You're not as f****** fun as [Homer] and you never will be!"

Then apparently, he commandeered her dream as his own and forced himself to wake up, though I think that leaves him with the stranger dream. Marge dreamed of a world-famous chef. He dreamed of a strange housewife with crazy tall, blue hair.

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'Glee': Behind the Scenes With The Warblers

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 12th 2011 4:30PM
glee the warblers Last week's episode of 'Glee' marked the anticipated return of The Warblers -- and the preppy jackets, those blue and red striped ties and all that adorable sidestepping.

In a newly released video, Fox takes us behind the scenes with Darren Criss as he returns to Dalton Academy and performs 'Uptown Girl' with The Warblers. Fangirls, be ready because Criss is really going to melt your hearts in this one.

"It's just so much fun to be a Warbler," Criss says. "I think everybody at some point in their life should be a Warbler."

You can sign us up any day. Gleeks, watch the super cute Warbler video after the jump.

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'Glee': Listen to 'Mash Off' Music Here

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 11th 2011 3:10PM
glee songs from mash off'Glee' is back at one of the things it does best: mash-ups! We just wish we could say that all of them are as good as Santana and Mercedes' epic Adele mash-up.

After five weeks of neglect, Finn finally gets his time to shine. He's featured in three of the five songs this week, and it looks like he'll even get a drum solo. Shelby also makes her vocal debut this season, singing a slow-tempo 'You & I/You & I' mash-up with Will. Shelby must really like Lady Gaga because this is her second Gaga song on 'Glee,' but we prefer her 'Poker Face' duet with Rachel in Season 1.

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The New Guy Impresses Brennan, Finds Missing Snake on 'Bones' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 11th 2011 1:00AM
'Bones' - 'The Hot Dog in the Competition'As the new kid on the block, Finn has to prove himself to Brennan still on 'Bones' (Thu., 9PM ET on FOX). This week, he gave a very impressive postmortem analysis, and then proved calm and even-keeled even in the face of surprises.

Dr. Saroyan couldn't even manage that when a snake slithered from within the badly decomposed corpse they were examining. That at least solved one mystery, but the mystery of Finn's bad boys past wound up driving several people crazy.

It turns out while he did a few bad things, he opted out of going down a much darker road, which is what pushed him in this direction. See, he made the right decision. Too bad the same thing can't be said for Brennan, who opted to find out the gender of her baby without even telling Booth she was doing it. For the record, the baby's a girl.

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'The X Factor' Recap: Top 10 Revealed, Who Was Eliminated? (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 10th 2011 9:15PM
'The X Factor' Top 10 RevealedAs predicted, the systematic wipe-out of the groups continued on 'The X Factor' tonight, with The Stereo Hogzz and Lakoda Rayne taking the bottom two slots after America's vote. Is this proof that US audiences just aren't ready for groups in vocal competitions?

It's strange, given some of the lackluster solo performances we've seen in recent weeks, that even when the groups perform solidly, they still haven't made enough of a connection with viewers to progress further in the live rounds. I firmly believe that the remaining group will be knocked out next week, and I guess then we'll finally start to see some drama in the Thursday eliminations.

Join us after the jump to find out who was the second act to be eliminated by America (and the judges).

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Denise Richards Talks About How She Deals With Charlie Sheen (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 10th 2011 12:30AM
Denise Richards, 'Good Day LA'It seems pretty well established by now that Charlie Sheen is going to be Charlie Sheen, and nothing is really going to be able to make him change who he is and what he does for a good time. Denise Richards talked about how she's come to terms with that, and how she deals with him now, on 'Good Day LA' (Weekdays, 9AM PT on FOX).

She's come to accept his lifestyle and appears to simply work around it. "When he likes to entertain and have fun, he's having fun, and when he's not then we see him," she said of her and the kids she shares with Sheen.

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'The X Factor' Recap: The Top 11 Perform Songs From the Movies (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 10th 2011 12:00AM
X Factor JudgesThis week's 'X Factor' theme was ostensibly "songs from movies," but in reality, it was just a week where the contestants sang mostly-commercial hits that have coincidentally been included on lesser-known movie soundtracks at some point in the past two decades. Totally the same difference, right?

I would've had less of a problem with the cheating if it weren't for the fact that Simon Cowell was flagrantly cheating -- if anyone actually believes that 'You, Me and Dupree' is one of his all-time favorite movies (or, indeed, a movie anyone would willingly sit through) I have an excellent Ponzi scheme for you to invest in, and it'll only cost you $5 million. And to follow that up with a song only vaguely featured in a half-finished Michael Jackson documentary about a concert? Spurious, Cowell, very spurious.

Still, questionable song choices aside, most of the contestants acquitted themselves well, with less sour notes than we've heard for the past couple of weeks. Hit the jump for our verdict, and weigh in on the acts you think are in danger of being sent home.

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'Glee' Stars & Producers Reveal Their Favorite Musical Numbers

by Maggie Furlong, posted Nov 9th 2011 12:00PM
'Glee' 300th What's your favorite 'Glee' number?

Not so easy, right? That's a question that's sure to spark a heated Gleek debate. With close to 300 performances so far in the show's three seasons, there's definitely plenty to choose from.

At a taping of the show's big diva mash-up for the 300th song, the cast and crew shared their own personal favorite numbers, ranging from 'Trouty Mouth' to Lady Gaga and every Broadway homage in between. See which numbers struck a chord with them after the jump.

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'X Factor' Contestant Rachel Crow Was a 'Crack Baby,' Says Mother

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 9th 2011 11:45AM
Rachel Crow X FactorRachel Crow, a 13-year-old contestant on Fox's 'The X Factor,' has been wowing judges with her singing talent, but now details about her troubled childhood have surfaced.

According to E! News, Rachel's birth mother used cocaine while she was pregnant with her. After she was born, Rachel lived in a crack house before being placed in foster care. The New York Post first reported the story.

"She was born a crack baby and actually lived in a crack house and suffered a lot of abuse," Rachel's adoptive mother, Barbara Crow, told the Post. "But she is totally unaffected by it. She never looks at [her past] in a sad way. She looks at it as that is what made her the person she is."

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Richard Dean Anderson Punches Jimmy in the Face on 'Raising Hope' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 9th 2011 4:00AM
'Raising Hope' - 'Jimmy and the Kid'When Jimmy gets a 13-year old competitor for Sabrina's affections, he has to think quickly on 'Raising Hope' (Tue., 9:30PM ET on FOX). He has to not only get the kid to stop making fun of him in front of her, but he needs to convince the kid not to tell Sabrina that Jimmy loves her. What else to do but hook him up with a girl his own age.

Only this goes terribly wrong when the girl's father -- who happens to be Richard Dean Anderson -- happens to walk up on Jimmy when he's talking to her and it sounds like it's Jimmy who's trying to make a move.

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