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Rachel and Sam at Mc-Kin-ley, K-i-s-s-i-n-g?
Not so fast. While Glee‘s Broadway baby-turned-New Directions advisor and the male model-turned-football coach may have locked lips (under peculiar circumstances) in last Friday’s installment, the mood between ‘em is hard to gauge in the following first-look photos from the show’s next three episodes (Jan. 30, Feb. 6 and Feb. 13, 9/8c).
Also in the mix? Jayma Mays returning as Emma, Kurt and Mercedes rocking the a Wheel of Fortune, Kitty and Rachel forming an alliance, and Mr. Schue standing in front of a white board emblazoned with the word “tolerance.”
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Persistence is often the key to winning a game, but on Wheel of Fortune, it doesn't always pay off.
It was a classic case of contestants mistakenly guessing the wrong answer twice. When the first contestant Lindsay tried to solve the puzzle with "the pointed desert" but got it wrong, the next contestant didn't seem to get it when he tried to win with the same answer.
Though still wrong, James didn't give up hope. When he discovered he still had time, he guessed "pointed desert" once more!
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No matter how many times James guessed it, host Pat Sajak told him it still wasn't right.
After the third contestant Kelly guessed the correct answer - "the painted desert" - Sajak was still in disbelief over James' multiple attempts. He joked, "I was just »
And no, the answer is not “The Pointed Desert” — so stop guessing that
The most important thing for readers to understand before watching this “Wheel of Fortune” blooper snippet is that at a certain point in a slow-moving round, contestants get to try to solve the puzzle until their time rounds out. The second-most important thing to note is that the answer in this case is definitely not “The Pointed Desert.”
After middle contestant Lindsey scores a “P,” revealing the “Landmark” category puzzle to be “The P _ _ Nted Desert,” she incorrectly guesses “The Pointed Desert.” Following that, participant James guesses, »
- Tony Maglio
Katie Couric couldn’t survive it. Queen Latifah had a short reign. So did Bethenny Frankel, Jeff Probst, Kris Jenner and Anderson Cooper, to name a few. Arsenio Hall and Ricki Lake couldn’t reignite their old spark in recent comeback bids.
The daytime TV landscape has become so fragmented in the past decade as to be treacherous for talent. New syndicated shows struggle mightily to deliver even a 1 rating in the key demographic (usually women 25-54). That makes it harder for stations and distributors to hang in there, even with shows that have promise, because the financials are so shaky.
The struggling is spurring a host of enterprise efforts by distributors and large station owners to shake up the status quo, which could result in big changes to the national syndication model that has dominated broadcast TV daytime programming since the 1980s.
The growth of women in the workforce and the expansion of cable, »
- Cynthia Littleton
Look who's coming to The Middle!
Alley, who admitted to ETonline that she is a "huge fan" of the ABC comedy was thrilled to be able to share so many scenes with Patricia Heaton. "I adore her," the Look Who's Talking star spilled. "She really is a genius and she makes it look so easy and I'm very much in awe of her work so I just jumped at the chance and they wrote it for me… And I just laughed out loud when I read the script and I was excited to join in."
Watch: Kirstie Alley Shows of Amazing 50-Pound Weight Loss!
So who is this outrageous character that we can't get enough off? In Alley's »
The prize was an iPhone 6 with 16Gb, a one-year calling plan, 4 gigs of data and unlimited talk and text. The first contestant guessed a whopping $7,500, but the second contestant didn’t think the price was high enough, putting in a bid of $7,501.
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These guesses made Carey say, "I hope the marketing people at Apple are watching this."
For the record, iPhones are not valued at $7,000. The correct price was $1,969.
This New Year's Day episode was part of the best moments edition from 2014. Take a look back and check out which celebrities were on game shows before they were famous.
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Do you feel like you're just now getting a handle on 2014, and the year is totally done? Did you sleep through the majority of the Christmas holiday time and are only just now cracking the internet? Did you already watch every movie on our Best and Worst lists and now just need recommendations on something weird to watch? HitFix has your New Year's Eve Nostalgia and New Year's Day Hangover taken care of. Check out our many Top 10s, Top 20s, Top 40s, Top 50s; our Omg moments, our regrets, our overrated and guilty pleasures; our indulgent year-end highs and lows. Here's the TV from 2014 you should have been watching... Daniel Fienberg's 1-10 Best TV Shows of 2014 Daniel Fienberg's 11-20 Best TV Shows Alan Sepinwall's 10 Best TV Shows of 2014 Alan Sepinwall's 10 More Great New Series from 2014 Alan Sepinwall's 10 More Great Returning Series from 2014 And here's the music you should have been listening to. »
- Katie Hasty
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