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'Bones' Recap: Brennan and the Physicist
6 December 2013 11:38 AM, PST
Last time on Bones, we were treated to Brennan's belated bachelorette party, complete with drinking, dancing, and a fist fight. Did I mention that it was held in a biker bar, but the ladies thought they were going to a western bar? I loved it!
Angela also made peace with Booth and they hugged.
'The Amazing Race' Season 23 Finale Prediction: Who Will Win?
5 December 2013 9:15 PM, PST
The Amazing Race has just four remaining teams as we head into the finale, and there have been some unique challenges, to say the least. We have watched teams in a camel beauty contest, riding in dune buggies, swimming in frigid Arctic water, and singing with The Vienna Boys Choir. The globe-trotting teams even ate grilled cobra, which I am sure was delicious!
After enduring this roller coaster of a race, who is poised to win the one million dollar prize? Let's take a look at each team and examine their strengths and weaknesses. »
'Grey's Anatomy' Recap: Changing the Face of Medicine
5 December 2013 2:07 PM, PST
Let's get the worst of this out of the way right now. In the opening minutes of "Man on the Moon" the question of whether Cristina and Shane would become a 'thing' was answered. Cristina and Shane. Cristina and Shane. Cristina Yang (Badass Cardio Goddess) and Shane (Baby Seal Turned Arrogant Resident Haunted By Mousy's Death) Ross. For real? Because, in a nutshell, Cristina cavorting in an on-call room with Shane is a metaphor for all that is seriously messed up about Grey's Anatomy Season Ten. Wrong. Just all kinds of wrong. »
'Elementary' Recap: Sherlock on Trial
5 December 2013 1:47 PM, PST
Given the breadth and nature of the consulting that Sherlock has done for the NYPD, it's a bit of a surprise that it's taken him this long to wind up before an internal affairs court; he's certainly pissed off enough powerful people. Tonight he goes before a judge to answer for a botched investigation, one which ended in Detective Bell getting shot. »
'The Vampire Diaries' Recap: Elena's Taken Prisoner, More Dark Secrets Revealed
5 December 2013 12:41 PM, PST
On tonight's episode of The Vampire Diaries, Caroline and Katherine join forces to rid Stefan of his Ptsd issues once and for all. Elena makes some unsavory discoveries about both Damon and her father. Aaron learns the true nature of Dr. Wes' work and a whole bunch of other stuff that is bound to put him at odds with the Mystic Falls crew.
Flashback to June 11, 1953, and Damon (Ian wearing a horrible wig) has been lured home by an ancestor named Joseph. It seems as if Joe has sold out his vamp relative for medical experimentation. »
'The Bachelor' Season 18 Premiere Photos: Juan Pablo Meets the Ladies
5 December 2013 11:24 AM, PST
After getting dumped by Desiree in The Bachelorette, it is time for Juan Pablo Galavis, a former Venezuelan soccer player, to find a wife and mother to his daughter. Check out his introductions with the 27 women. The Bachelor will premiere January 6 at 8pm on ABC.
To meet the ladies trying to win Juan's heart click here>>>
And for more premiere photos click here>>> »
'The X Factor' Results: The Final 4 Revealed
5 December 2013 10:00 AM, PST
Two weeks from the finale of The X Factor season 3, it's time to find out which four acts will compete in the semifinals. There were a lot of great performances, including two of the best yet from Alex and Sierra, and the judges basically told every single one of the six remaining acts that they deserve to be in the finale. »
'Glee' Roundup: Which Original Cast Members are Returning for 100th Episode?
5 December 2013 3:27 AM, PST
The 100th episode of Glee is coming up in March, and Ryan Murphy has invited all the original cast members to return -- which ones have accepted his invitation and which guest star is making another appearance? Also in today's Roundup, Fox has released a video in which Jane Lynch explains why there's a Christmas episode this season. And Lea Michele has revealed the name of her debut album along with the cover art for her first single. »
'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' Jury Watch: Why 'Rustling' Feathers was Great for Everyone (Except Katie)
5 December 2013 2:18 AM, PST
Hold on to your torches, Survivor fans -- things are getting wacky and wonderful over on Palaui Island. While this season's poster child for go-with-the-flow blandness (i.e. Katie) has all but succumbed to her jury fate, Hayden's desperate play to stay in the game proved to be inspiring stuff. If you're the sort of person who gets inspired by dramatic, self-serving grand-standing, of course. (And who I am kidding? You watch Survivor, right?)
Let's break down Hayden's game play from last night and figure out what this all means for the approaching million dollar jury vote. »
5 Reasons Why You Should Watch 'The Sound of Music Live'
4 December 2013 10:16 PM, PST
When was the last time a stage production was broadcast live on TV? 1957, to be exact, with Cinderella. Something like that is unheard of nowadays. But NBC is trying to bring back that magic.
Tonight, the network is airing a live production of The Sound of Music starring Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer. If you're thinking, why should I even bother tuning in when it's never going to live up to the brilliance of the 1965 film, then here are five reasons why you should watch. (And keep reading to find out how you can win your very own signed Sound of Music Live poster.) »
5 Simple Ways 'Reign' Could Avoid Its Heroine's Super Depressing Fate
4 December 2013 10:00 PM, PST
Spoiler alert: The true story of Mary, Queen of Scots, is a real downer. Betrayal is involved, as is a messy beheading and arguably the worst cousin in history. Reign, CW's latest guilty pleasure, may be focusing in on Mary's teen years, but history buffs know that gloom, doom, and head-rolling is right around the corner.
But does it need to be that way? I for one wouldn't want to interrupt the soapy fun and tangled love triangles for a little thing like accuracy -- this is the CW, after all. There has to be an easier (or at least more enjoyable) way to circumvent our history books. Let's explore some options. »
'Mob City' Premiere Recap: Fedoras, Violence and Plot Twists, Oh My!
4 December 2013 5:37 PM, PST
Good evening, guys and gals, and welcome to Mob City. Frank Darabont's miniseries is a veritable love letter to all things noir; there's jazz music, seductive bartenders, people with names like "Bugsy" and "Hecky", and so much smoking that I think I got emphysema just from watching it. The first two installments, "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" and "Reason to Kill a Man", also provide us with a fairly simple formula for what to expect from each episode:
There will be people lurking in shadows and (of course) smoking.Lots of suspenders and fedoras will be worn.Someone will make questionable choices.At some point a minimum of two people will get shot.The whole episode will basically be a set up for a twist at the end that will make you say "wait, what?!"
I would suggest making a drinking game out of that, but BuddyTV cannot »
'The Originals': The Mikaelson Family's 10 Most Dysfunctional Moments
4 December 2013 12:41 PM, PST
When Elijah, Rebekah and Klaus Mikaelson pledged to be there for each other always and forever, they couldn't have predicted how much family drama can occur over the course of a thousand years (give or take a 100 here and there). Heightened vamp emotions make for some incredibly intense sibling rivalry. The remaining members of the Original family, free from the threat of their psychotic father, are reluctantly trying to put down roots in anticipation of a new arrival. But centuries of tantrums, betrayal, lies and generally bad behavior can be difficult to forgive and forget. Here are the 10 most dysfunctional moments from the first 9 episodes of Season 1. »
'American Horror Story: Coven': Why These are the Wickedest Witches of All Time
4 December 2013 7:15 AM, PST
Witches have been a presence on the small screen since the 1960s, but their popularity is currently at a zenith. That fact may go hand-in-hand with the abundance of supernatural themed shows on TV. While every show has their own mythology when it comes to these magical characters, one fact is indisputable. TV witches have become much darker and malignant throughout the years. The days of the sweet, blonde haired, blue eyed, nose twitching Samantha Stephens (Elizabeth Montgomery) on Bewitched are gone. This is indicative of cultural and societal changes that have desensitized viewers to violence. It also reflects the current popularity of shows with dark protagonists and subject matter.
The latest installment of American Horror Story, always shockingly graphic, has introduced viewers to a coven of witches. It contains by far the least nurturing and most malevolent incarnation of the popular supernatural go-to character. Ahs: Coven focuses strictly on »
'American Horror Story: Coven': Is Queenie Being Manipulated by False Racism?
4 December 2013 2:03 AM, PST
There's nothing that Fiona Goode hates more than a racist. Although this probably isn't totally true (I'm guessing she hates aging and the mysterious new Supreme even more), this witch doesn't seem to be a bigot. In fact, the only characters on American Horror Story: Coven who are, in fact racist, are Madame Lalaurie and Marie Laveau: two women from very different eras. Two women who are immeasurably hateful, vengeful, and complex. In order to capture Madame Lalaurie, Marie Laveau manipulates Queenie, the only African American witch in the coven, to believe her sisters think less of her because she is Black. Queenie eventually does Marie Laveau's bidding, but what at what price? What kind of message is being sent to the viewers of American Horror Story: Coven? »
'Arrow' Interview: Grant Gustin and EPs Discuss What it Took to Bring the Flash to Oliver's World
4 December 2013 1:13 AM, PST
In the Arrow Season 2 two-part midseason finale, fans will get to meet an entirely new kind of super hero in the form of the Flash (aka mild-mannered Barry Allen). BuddyTV was able to take part in a special screening of the midseason finale, followed by a Q&A with Executive Producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns and Grant Gustin (who plays Barry/the Flash). »
'Survivor': How to Get Along with Others in 10 Easy Steps
3 December 2013 10:00 PM, PST
Tired of people, yet? After spending anywhere from one to ten decades on this planet, you begin to realize that socializing isn't all it's cracked up to be. Small talk? Meh. Face-name recognition? No, thanks. Unfortunately, interacting with people is kind of important, especially if you sign yourself up for a reality competition where your fellow contestants can vote you out because they don't like the way you avoid eye contact or peel a banana.
That's where this handy guide comes in. Welcome to a crash course in personal relations, Survivor style. Long live the most conniving, athletic, popular person (because yeah, island competition is basically just like high school -- isn't everything?) »
'Sons of Anarchy' Recap: Getting Out of Guns, For Good?
3 December 2013 4:25 PM, PST
Clay is dead. Tara just saved Bobby's life, but kept the bullet she pulled out of him and still might hand it over to the Da. That exchange would make her a rat. Jax has officially gotten the club out of guns. But has he really?
We're on the episode before the finale. Historically, this is the one where all the action happens. Leaving the finale to tie everything together as the dust settles, right before the big cliffhanger.
Will it be the same tonight? Let's find out.. »
'Mob City' Cast and Episode Photos
3 December 2013 10:20 AM, PST
Mob City is a three-week limited series that premieres on Wednesday, December 4 at 9 pm Et on TNT.
Mob City takes place in a post-war Los Angeles. The series chronicles the fight between Los Angeles Police Chief William Parker (Neal McDonough), who wants to free his city of crime, and mobsters Ben "Bugsy" Siegel (Ed Burns) and Mickey Cohen (Jeremy Luke), who want to control the city.
Check out the Mob City series photos. »
[Video] 'Arrow' Sneak Peek: Scientist Barry Allen to the Rescue!
3 December 2013 5:38 AM, PST
Before Arrow goes on winter hiatus, the show ends the year with a two-part mid-season finale which introduces Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), the future Flash. Queen Consolidated is at the center of the story when there's a break-in at one of its facilities. Oliver has to balance his role with Team Arrow with that as an executive at the company. »
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