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Impressive or disturbing? You decide. These 12 celebrities rounded up by Radar all managed to rack up two divorces ... before the age of 40. A sampling: Kate Winslet: She divorced Jim Threapleton in 2001 and later divorced Sam Mendes; she's now 38 and on hubby No. 3 . Teri Hatcher: She married Markus Leithold in 1988 but divorced him after a year, then married Jon Tenney and divorced him in 2003. Drew Barrymore: She married Jeremy Thomas at 19, but divorced the following year; then, her marriage to Tom Green only lasted 18 months. Jim Carrey: He married Melissa Carrey in »
- Evann Gastaldo
We open on Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) doing what they do best … bitterly arguing in between bouts of boinking. The sheets aren’t even dry following some hotel room romp and they’re already making with the bickering. The gist … she’s still upset he made Jake Command, and he’s all jealous about her making Jake her beard.
And it doesn’t help matters that everything out of Fitz’s mouth is some offensively derogatory term, as he calls Liv a “Hen” and “Prize” (not to mention “Sweetie,” “Honey,” “Doll,” “Tootsie,” and “Toots”). Hey, Liv, don’t be so upset! He also uses those terms of endearment with waitresses, lap dancers, and the Israeli Prime Minister.
- Steven Frank
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Scandal's "We Do Not Touch the First Ladies" episode.] ABC's Scandal peeled back the layers between vice presidential candidate Andrew (Jon Tenney) and first lady Mellie Grant on Thursday with an eventful hour that shed light not only on their past but one that puts their futures in question. During the episode, someone -- presumably Rowan (Joe Morton) -- leaks that Andrew may have had a drug problem. With Opa on the case, Olivia realizes that he was covering for Mellie (Bellamy Young). The political thriller again makes the most of its flashbacks and reveals
- Lesley Goldberg
Outnumbered: BBC One, 9pm
The fifth and final series of Outnumbered draws to a close tonight (March 5) as we say goodbye to the Brockman family.
In this final episode Samantha Bond reprises her role as Auntie Angela (with a new toyboy in tow), who flies over from America to visit the family after health concerns strike Grandad.
Meanwhile, Karen still searches for her escaped hamster and it is finally time for the school's surreal production of Spartacus - The Musical and Ben's chance to shine, if he can only overcome the nerves.
The police drama continues tonight with Inspector Lindsay Denton's time in prison taking a turn for the worse as her mother falls ill.
Steve and Kate are on the case for her release however, and after calling Deputy Chief Constable Mike Dryden in for questioning, they discover evidence that proves »
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Mellie may often be an awful person, but even villains deserve a little love sometimes.
Enter Governor Nichols (Jon Tenney), who was introduced in Scandal's midseason premiere as Fitz's new running mate now that Vice President Sally Langston (Kate Burton) is ditching the ticket to run independently. Nichols was Fitz's (Tony Goldwyn) Deputy Governor in California, which means they share a long history.
Scandal: How will Opa change Now that Huck banned Quinn?
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- Natalie Abrams
The wait is nearly over, "Scandal" fans. In just one quick month, on Feb. 27, the buzzy ABC series will return for the second half of Season 3.
When Kerry Washington and Co. left us in December, a lot was left in the air. We'd just learned that Olivia Pope's mom (Khandi Alexander) is really a terrorist and she's on the loose in D.C. Dad Rowan (Joe Morton) got the B613 boot, with Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) installing Jake (Scott Foley) as the new head.
Elsewhere, Opa is down a Gladiator after Quinn's (Katie Lowes) impromptu dental work at the hand of Huck (Guillermo Diaz). Spurned by her makeshift family, she ran back into the arms of creepy Charlie (George Newbern), the only person who will have her.
And that's not even mentioning the Vice President murdering her philandering husband, with Cyrus (Jeff Perry) attempting to cover it up. Needless to say, »
New Scandal season 3 second half spoilers dished up by Producer. Recently, "Scandal" Executive Producer, Betsy Beers, was kind enough to dish out some new spoiler teasers for the 2nd half of season 3 to the TV Line peeps, and it turns out that Fitz's reelection campaign will be the main focus at the moment. Mellie is rumored to be getting a new,romantic love interest, while Fitz and Olivia continue to get intertwined in a new,odd way, and more. In their spoiler reveal, they said: "The truncated, eight-episode back half of Season 3 will focus more on Fitz's reelection campaign, which is bound to be complicated by loose threads. For one, "Ep Betsy Beers mused, "It's going to be interesting to see how much the fat lady sung" when it comes to Daniel Douglas' "heart attack." Beers also forecast an "incredibly complicated combo plate of reactions" if Liv learns of Jake »
7 items from 2014
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