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'Dancing with the Stars' - 'Performance #1: Results' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Mar 31st 2010 1:25AM
Pamela Anderson channels Marilyn Monroe
(S10E03) We start the first 'Dancing with the Stars' instantly by placing a couple in the bottom two. Pamela & Damien are in the bottom two, while Buzz & Ashly are safe. Instead of our traditional recap, Len critiques the dances in a recap fashion. Nothing out of the ordinary there.

Encore - Nicole & Derek's Jive - The second time around I think I absorbed the performance better. It's still too fast for my taste, and I wasn't fond of the slight Michael Jackson side-by-side choreography. I have the feeling that getting 10s early in the season will be her kiss of death.

While the show is now an hour earlier, the format of the results show didn't change. It basically is a clip, someone's safe, musical performance, someone's safe, repeat.

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'Dancing With the Stars' Season 10 Cast Rumors

by Chris Harnick, posted Feb 23rd 2010 12:00PM
pam AndersonAnother season, another round of rumors. The official 'Dancing With the Stars' cast won't be revealed until March 1 during 'The Bachelor' finale, but that hasn't stopped rumors about the potential line-up from spreading -- including some started by the celebrities themselves.

Here's a rundown of some of the latest names to be getting some traction on the virtual dance floor known as the Internet.

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'Full House' House on Sale

by Scott Harris, posted Feb 2nd 2010 12:00PM
It's one of the saddest moments of youth: when the home you grew up in is sold off to strangers. And now it's about to happen to the house that all America grew up with.

Yes, folks, it's true: the house featured on the beloved family sitcom 'Full House' is being offered up for sale to the highest bidder. According to NBC Los Angeles, the stately Victorian home, which was featured in the opening credits for most of the show's eight seasons, is on the block with an asking price of $4.1 million.

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You don't mess with John Stamos

by Brad Trechak, posted Dec 9th 2009 1:28PM
John StamosTV Squad interviewed John Stamos in 2006 and found him to be a nice guy. Naturally, when one is a nice guy, people try to take advantage. That's what happened when a Michigan pair tried to extort money from John Stamos to prevent the release of supposedly incriminating photographs. Stamos contacted the FBI and the duo were arrested.

Considering the fact that the photos are so tame that Stamos himself is going to release them, this is probably the case of a slow news day. However, given the recent incident with Dave Letterman and Tiger Woods, the media probably smelled a story here too. After all, he's probably still lonely since Rebecca Romijn left him (yes, it's been a while, but it's Rebecca Romijn for pity's sake).

Obviously, I'm on Team Stamos in this instance. If you think there is actually a case here, please let it be known in the comments.

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Sherri Shepherd Wants to Be John Stamos' Baby Mama on 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 20th 2009 12:25PM
We get that Sherri Shepherd of 'The View' wants to jump John Stamos' bones, but please do us a favor and at least wait until the show is over.

Shepherd abandoned all forms of subtlety on 'The View' yesterday when the former star of 'Full House' and 'ER' appeared as a guest.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Top 50 Teen Idols (30-21)

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 10th 2009 6:00AM

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Stamos wants to flush Full House into movie theaters

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Jun 8th 2009 7:27PM
John Stamos wants to bring new twins to the big screen in a Full House movie.John Stamos wants to make a movie out of Full House. Not since the talk of adapting Hello, Larry has a rumor caused such an enthusiastic uproar.

The original show featured a widowed father (Bob Saget) who turns to a wacky friend (Dave Coulier) and his brother-in-law (John Stamos) to help raise his three daughters after his late wife was killed by a drunk driver. Yes, that was the set-up for one of the lightest of lightweight comedies.

According to Moviefone, Stamos says he's putting together a project that would not include the original Full House cast. That would save us all from watching a 90 minute exploration of how two sickly sweet, perky Olson twins became desperately thin, tragic drug addicts. Cue the laugh track.

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'Full House' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jun 2nd 2009 6:00AM
Full HouseRatings for 'Full House,' which began its run in '87, were low at first, with critics panning the cheese factor of the San Francisco-set sitcom. For its second season, ABC moved the Tanners to the family-friendly TGIF lineup, and the show about a widower raising his three daughters with the help of his brother-in-law and best friend found its groove. (Cheese factor? What cheese factor?)

Running eight seasons, 'Full House' became iconic pop candy for Generation X. Just a taste of what it gave us: eye-rolling references for later dorm-room talks, John Stamos' "bad guys just need a hug" lesson -- and the Olsen twins, adorable-little-Michelle-turned-billion-dollar-empire-controlling entertainment tycoons. Name another sitcom with a track record like that ... Exactly.


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Jimmy Kimmel dives face first into HD - VIDEO

by Danny Gallagher, posted Apr 16th 2009 12:06PM
talk show host Jimmy KimmelDoes the thought of this face in 720 lines of crystal clear resolution make the soup you had for lunch a week ago rise in your gullet?

If so (you extremely shallow human being who will spend life alone until you die), then you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that Jimmy Kimmel's first foray into high definition television was quite an improvement.

He even showed his viewers just how beautiful the difference was by making the switch live on the air during Tuesday night's episode.

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Here's a sneak peek at Thursday's ER series finale - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 31st 2009 2:09PM
Noah WyleSo this Thursday at 9pm, the series finale of ER airs on NBC. I think that even former fans who drifted away from the show when Anthony Edwards was killed off, or when Noah Wyle left, or when they just didn't enjoy the show anymore because it had been on for too long will tune into the finale. You can't watch a show for so many years and then just forget all about the finale. The thing has been on since Bill Clinton's first term, so we gotta find out how it ends.

The episode (like this season in general) will also have some familiar faces coming back to County General, and probably some in pictures and/or flashbacks (the episode will be preceded by a retrospective at 8pm). After the jump, a video sneak peek at the episode (and, yes, there are possible spoilers, so proceed with caution!)

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The Ultimate 'ER' Quiz

by AOL TV Staff, posted Mar 17th 2009 6:00AM
How well do you know the show?

Since premiering in 1994, 'ER' has seen a lot of action -- and quite a few cast changes. George Clooney, Anthony Edwards, Julianna Margulies, John Stamos and many others have walked the halls of County General.

After 15 seasons of ups and downs, it's time to test your 'ER' knowledge by taking our quiz.


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Has Melissa George finally landed a good role?

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 2nd 2009 8:29AM
Melissa George in US AttorneyI've been a fan of Melissa George since I first saw her in 2001's short-lived Thieves. I was, quite possibly, the only person in the known universe who actually loved that show. She starred with John Stamos as lovers and professional thieves who worked a deal with the FBI. I guess I have a soft spot for anything that even resembles the 1960s show T.H.E. Cat, though there will never be anyone like Robert Loggia.

Melissa George has held assorted roles since then, including Lauren Reed in Alias, Laura in In Treatment, and Dr. Sadie Harris in Grey's Anatomy. These were great, but I don't think she's really found her place in TV history yet. But maybe that will change soon, because she's just nabbed the female lead in the CBS drama pilot US Attorney.

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How's Your News? -- An early look

by Danny Gallagher, posted Feb 7th 2009 7:11PM
How's Your News? CrewThe prospect of a news show featuring people with disabilities interviewing celebrities and people on the street sounds like a sick way to spend a Sunday evening. That assumption doesn't help when you see South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker's names under the executive producer heading, two guys who made the phrase "Timmy!" and "cripple fight" part of the American pop culture lexicon.

But as Stone said himself in my soon-to-be awarding winning interview (my boss said he would put a gold star on my next paycheck), How's Your News? -- which premieres at 10:30 tomorrow night on MTV -- aims to change the audience's perspective on more than one level.

It's a journey of self-discovery for both the participants and the viewers and that's a big step for a network that has had a hard time figuring out what it's supposed to be.

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'80s TV hunks for the thirty-something teenybopper

by Debra McDuffee, posted Nov 20th 2008 11:23AM
Jack WagnerAll this month, AOL TV is publishing their list of TV's hottest hunks of all time. That's a lot of hunks, but probably they won't all be memorable to you -- or to me.

Because when were you swooning over TV hunks? When you were a teenager, of course. Unless you are really, really immature. But seriously, I am guessing that beyond the age of 16 or so, you probably didn't plaster any Teen Magazine pin-ups on your bedroom walls.

As a teenager of the '80s, I surely had my favorite TV hunks. Yep, they were plastered on my bedroom walls, too: imagine hunk wallpaper and you've got the idea. So who on TV mingled amongst the movie actors of the Brat Pack?

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ER might not end when you think it will end

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 23rd 2008 3:24PM
Scott GrimesNo, NBC isn't thinking about giving the show another season, but they are definitely thinking about making this current last season of the show last just a little bit longer.

How are they going to do that? The network is planning to have the last 4 episodes of the show be 5 hours long each.

OK, I'm just kidding about that. Actually, they're thinking about increasing the number of episodes of this final season of ER from 19 to 22. A full season for many shows is usually around 22 episodes, so this wouldn't be anything special, but they did plan to have a shorter season of the show all along so this 3 episode increase is good news for fans. And probably the network too, since it still gets good ratings each week, even though it's been on the air since 1994.

The same thing happened last season. Everyone thought that the ratings would go down and that it would be the last season, and then the show started to do great in the ratings, even beating other NBC shows they tried.

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