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New Beauty And The Beast Season 2,Episode 15 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CW

New Beauty And The Beast season 2,episode 15 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CW. Recently, CW finally served up the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Beauty And The Beast" episode 15 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Catch Me If You Can," and it sounds very interesting and dramatic as Catherine has to finally choose between Gabe and Vincent, and more. In the new,15th episode press release: Catherine and Vincent are going to find themselves in a compromising situation. Press release number 2: Feeling pulled between her current boyfriend and her ex, Catherine will have to decide between Gabe and Vincent. While Catherine and Vincent work together to save Sam’s (guest star Tom Everett Scott) latest victim, Catherine's decision will get complicated when she and Vincent find themselves in a compromising situation. Nina Lisandrello and Austin Basis will also appear in the episode. Norma Bailey directed the episode,
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Christopher Durang & Stephen Sultan to be Honored at Primary Stages' Annual Gala, 11/11

Primary Stages has announced that their annual Gala will take place Monday, November 11, 2013 at The Edison Ballroom 240 W. 47th Street. The event will honor Tony Award-winning playwright Christopher Durang and President of the General Counsel at Dramatists Play Service, Stephen Sultan. The Gala Chairs are Catherine Adler and HBO. The Tony nominated star of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Kristine Nielsen, will offer a tribute to Mr. Durang. Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley will offer a tribute to Mr. Sultan. The evening will feature performances by Rachel DeBenedet Catch Me If You Can, Addams Family, Alan Paul Grease, Oliver, Manhattan Transfer, Michele Ragusa Urinetown, Ragtime, A Class Act, Adrift in Macao, and Alton F. White The Color Purple, The Lion King, Ragtime.
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The Show That's Too 'Dark' For USA (But They Made It Anyway)

The Show That's Too 'Dark' For USA (But They Made It Anyway)
The premiere of USA's "Graceland" (June 6 at 10 p.m. Et) will introduce viewers to a very different kind of drama from the No. 1 cable network's usual brand of optimistic, blue sky fare. Hailing from "White Collar's" Jeff Eastin, "Graceland" stars Aaron Tveit and Daniel Sunjata as covert FBI agents who live alongside operatives from the Drug Enforcement Agency and Customs, sharing intel and working cases while trying to maintain their cover identities (and stay alive).

Eastin originally wrote the pilot for "Graceland" before he created "White Collar" for USA, with the series initially set up at NBC. After the network passed on the project, Eastin threw himself into "White Collar," but his passion for "Graceland" remained. In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Eastin admitted that "Graceland" was "my favorite thing I'd written," but, despite repeatedly being told it was "one of the best scripts" that various executives and showrunners had ever read,
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10 More Celebrities Who Fell Off the Radar … and Where They Landed

A few months ago we tracked down ten of our favorite celebrities from years past to see what they we're up to. We were in the mood to reminisce further, so today we're happy to bring you ten more!

Adrian Zmed

Famous for his roles in Bachelor Party, Grease 2 (maybe that’s infamous?) and TV’s Tj Hooker and hosting Dance Fever, Zmed hasn’t had many acting credits in recent years. Now 58, he’s lately concentrated on theater work and appearing on board Princess Cruise ships in a singing and dancing review.

Randy Harrison

The erstwhile Justin Taylor from Showtime’s Queer as Folk (2000-2005) will be featured in a small role as a waiter in the upcoming comedy Gayby and is currently half of a two-actor cast starring in a touring production of the play Red, which recently ran at the Cleveland Play House. The out Harrison
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Morning Meme: "Glee" Roundup Frenzy, Keanu Talks "Bill & Ted," and "Catch Me If You Can" Announces Preview Dates

Plus Greg Louganis swims for equality, is Nikki Minaj using the gay community, and watch Anderson Cooper set a world record on a mattress.

Was E! just using a rhetorical flourish when they said that Chord Overstreet’s “Sam and Quinn (Diana Agron) are going to make gorgeous blond babies together!” Or do they know something?

You may have seen some of the audition videos for Oprah’s Search for the Next TV Star on her new Oprah Winfrey Network. She’s now named hosts for the reality show to pick her new star, and it’s Carson Kressley and Nancy O’Dell.

I’m hoping there’s more to this story, but Ben Summerskill, chief executive of the UK lobby group Stonewall just became the only man at a meeting to speak out in opposition of marriage equality in the UK. His reasoning is that it would be too expensive,
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