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'Suits' Recap And Review: 'We're Done' - Mike's Back, But He And Rachel Aren't

July 31st, 2014 8:30am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'We're Done' - Mike's Back, But He And
After taking a break for the madness that is San Diego Comic-Con, we're back with Suits, and there's just as much chaos going on over here. With Mike getting fired from Sidwell Investment Group, Rachel having made out with Logan, and Forstman hanging around like that creepy dude at the end of the street, nothing is easy for anyone even though the whole takeover battle is now over and done with.

Mike comes home and wallows in his guilt, telling Rachel, "You don't even know what I've done." That makes her hesitate, since she could say the same thing to him, but she does her best to comfort h...
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Daniel Radcliffe Cuts A Stranger's Hair, Clayton Kershaw Throws At Jimmy Kimmel's Head On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

July 30th, 2014 5:30pm EDT
Daniel Radcliffe on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Would you let Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe cut your hair? This random guy off the street did on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and the results aren't pretty.

The young fellow, ironically named Dan, is studying Event Planning in Florida with the hopes of being able to one day plan a musical festival. Being the good sport he is, he allowed Radcliffe to try cutting someone's hair for the first time - with his hair.

Jimmy's pal Guillermo helped out a little bit too and offered Dan a look in the mirror to see how the actor did, and it seems like he knew what he was getting himself into!

Earlier t...
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Elijah Wood Says Goodbye To 'Wilfred' - Saves Bear And Gatorade Bong

July 30th, 2014 1:30pm EDT
Elijah Wood Says Goodbye To 'Wilfred' - Saves Bear And Gatorade
At four seasons strong, "Wilfred" has had quite a successful run. Elijah Wood has been playing Ryan, a guy who visions a dog as a man. How is that even possible? Who really knows. Given an answer to this bizarre behavior or not, the part psychological and part comedic appeal is what has drawn a unique audience to tune in since its premiere. But, there is an end to most every show and "Wilfred" is at its doom.

Elijah Wood recently took some time out of his busy schedule to chat all things "Wilfred" and Ryan. "Wilfred" is currently airing Wednesdays on FXX at 10 P.M., and the series finale i...
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'Sharknado 2: The Second One' Includes More Sharks, More Chainsaw Action & Surprising Cameos

July 30th, 2014 8:43am EDT
'Sharknado 2: The Second One' Includes More Sharks, More Chainsa
Only time will tell whether "Sharknado 2: The Second One" will have the cultural significance as its predecessor, but we'll know tonight after it airs on Syfy.

During a press call with actors Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and Vivica A. Fox and director Anthony C. Ferrante, the group talked about the highly anticipated sequel and what fans can expect this time around.

Reid promised "more sharks," while Fox said there will be a lot of action and cameos. "I was really pleasantly surprised how many people wanted to be a part of this film when they saw it. It's like, famous faces just keep popping u...
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'The Bachelorette' After The Final Rose: Was Nick A Jerk, Or Was Andi? Andi, Probably

July 29th, 2014 10:45pm EDT
'The Bachelorette' After The Final Rose: Was Nick A Jerk, Or Was
Like any season of "The Bachelorette," we're not over until all three hours of finale have been painfully worked through.

And hour three begins with a broken, sluggish, post-breakup Nick. It's a sad time to be a (former) reality show contestant, and "The Bachelorette" conveys Nick's sadness with roughly a jillion shots of Nick, looking forlornly across various views of scenic somethings.

Although, learning of Nick's post-dump backstory is pretty neat. Did you know he was at "The Men Tell All?" And yet, because of Andi's powerful shunning techniques, he was not able to Tell All? For once, ...
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'The Bachelorette' Season 10 Finale Recap: Love (Also Sports) Triumphs Over All

July 29th, 2014 12:52pm EDT
'The Bachelorette' Season 10 Finale Recap: Love (Also Sports) Tr
It is time: "The Bachelorette" has come to and end. It's a sad day for us at home, because no longer can we guilty pleasure-binge on Andi Dorfman and her search for TV-quality romance. But it's a happy day for Andi, as she'll finally settle down with one of the two predetermined men of her dreams. Also sad for us at home (again), because Bachelorette finales clock in at three full hours and they're mostly filler.

Oh, and don't forget the other eliminated Bacheloretteers, like Bryan, Chris or Cody. They're here too, being forced to watch the woman they once loved, making out with and being...
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James Franco Tries To Describe 'Castaway' In One Second On 'Tonight Show'

July 29th, 2014 11:38am EDT
James Franco Tries To Describe 'Castaway' In One Second On 'Toni
James Franco and Jimmy Fallon are very competitive guys, so when Jimmy invited James onto The Tonight Show he had to make him play a game.

James immediately questioned the host's trustworthiness when Jimmy described "5-Second Summaries," during which one of them will try to describe a movie in five seconds without using a word in the title. "Don't.. not guess just because you want to win," Franco said, "... because you beat me last time with the skee-ball thing. I don't want to lose again." Back in 2011, when Jimmy hosted Late Night, he and James played life-sized skee-ball with the audien...
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'Under The Dome' Season 2 Episode 5 Recap: Hooray For Hoarders!

July 29th, 2014 9:19am EDT
Under the Dome
So far, each of episode of "Under the Dome's" second season has contained some kind of terrible, mysterious threat. Like magnets, butterflies, or a particularly lethal strain of swine flu.

And in every instance, the people of Chester's Mill have bounced back without any noticeable change in demeanor. Acid rain doesn't stop them. Having most of the town obliterated by magnets is barely worth noticing. Whatever the horrifying weekly crisis may be, these Chester's Millians can roll with it.

Unless Big Jim is put in jail. Under those circumstances, it'll take exactly one night for the entire ...
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'True Blood' Star 'Had Fun' Making Sarah Palin Angry

July 29th, 2014 8:56am EDT
'True Blood' Star 'Had Fun' Making Sarah Palin Angry
"True Blood" star Kristen Bauer van Straten, who plays vampire Pam, got a kick out of making Republican Sarah Palin angry over the show's portrayal of conservative women.

In a recent episode, Pam attends an event in honor of Sen. Ted Cruz and calls the guests "a--holes" while looking at her glamorous self in the mirror and labeling herself a "Republic--t."

Cruz called the episode "misogynist and profanity-ridden." Palin said she refused to do a cameo on the show, and HBO confirmed it had asked her to appear in it. Palin then slammed the program for insulting conservative women, according...
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'Teen Wolf' Recap: Teenage Assassins Meet Their Demise, Everyone Embraces For Other Reasons

July 29th, 2014 8:35am EDT
Teen Wolf
This was such a heavy episode of Teen Wolf. After last week’s shenanigans, I figured it just be another week of Teenage Assassins, but instead Teen Wolf plays on its relationships more than anything.

There's something to be said for this transitionary year of Teen Wolf.Sure, it's basically ignored most of its core players -- there has been no talk of Isaac or Danny, for example -- but it's also putting the emotional stuff on these relationships we've watched for four seasons now. I don't think I'd care about this show at all if it weren't for the Scott and Stiles scenes and Lydia's friends...
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