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New Twin Peaks Book Will Reveal What the Characters Have Been Doing for the Last 25 Years

By now you've heard the news that cult series Twin Peaks is making a triumphant return to TV in 2016 to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The news basically broke the Internet last week; the only way I'll believe you missed it is if A) you were in a coma until today, or B) you were stranded on a deserted island and you're reading this story on the airplane that just rescued you.

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I suspect that today's Twin Peaks news won't have quite the same effect, but for die-hard fans of the series, it might elicit some feelings that resemble excitement.

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Body of Proof Review: It All Sounds Crazy

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"Committed " was creepy on so many levels, it's hard to know where to begin.

From the bed check in the mental hospital to Tommy and Megan's interviews with the patients, the entire scene was downright eerie. Even scarier was that Darby appeared to be the only sane person in the bunch.

At first I was taken in by her story as much as Megan, but Tommy's voice of reason rang in my head. The girl was a mental patient. As sincere as she sounded, it could have all been a well rehearsed lie or just a crazy story she believed to be true.

About half way through I began to wonder if Darby had actually murdered her little sister... and it was sort of sickening to realize I was right. Darby turned out to be a sociopath who hated her baby sister because she seemingly got all of the attention.
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Grey's Anatomy Clips: Either Way, You Suck

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Sarah Chalke guest stars this week on Grey's Anatomy, and her role is a powerful one.

In the sneak preview clips below, we see her character desperate to help her son.

Unfortunately, that desperation hasn't been enough so far. Short on answers, people also think she's short on sanity. But not Meredith Grey. She owns the hospital, and she can do whatever she wants.

Will they team up to solve this medical mystery? Here's hoping ...

 Grey's Anatomy 'Can't Fight This Feeling' Clip - I'll Believe You

 Grey's Anatomy 'Can't Fight This Feeling' Clip - Research

Meanwhile, Alex and Jo's boyfriend argue over a patient (and who's a douche), while April and Jackson end up in a funny position. Well, funny if you're not the guy with his pants down, at least ...

 Grey's Anatomy 'Can't Fight This Feeling' Clip - Could Be Worse

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TV review: Touch; Horizon: The Truth About Fat; Rita Simons: My Daughter, Deafness and Me

Touch is a searing disappointment from the man we all know as Alpha Male of the Galaxy

How much you are going to enjoy Touch (Sky1), the new 13-part drama from Tim "Heroes" Kring, depends on two things. First, how you respond to the line "We're talking about the quantum entanglement of cause and effect. Imagine the unspeakable beauty of the universe he sees!" And second, how well you bear the searing disappointment of seeing Kiefer Sutherland do Concerned Dad acting as Martin Bohm, the father of autistic (Or Is He?) son Jake, instead of being Alpha Male of his Generation, Universe and Galaxy Jack Bauer in 24.

First things first. The "quantum entanglement" line is delivered by Professor Arthur DeWitt explaining that Jake is not autistic (You See!) but a supremely gifted individual who is obsessed with certain numbers and patterns because he can see the interconnectedness of all things.
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Kimberly Nagaran: 'Parenthood' Recap: Proposals, New Proposals And Lots Of Tears

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Kimberly Nagaran: 'Parenthood' Recap: Proposals, New Proposals And Lots Of Tears
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 3, Episode 17 of NBC's "Parenthood" entitled "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You."

At the end of last week's "Parenthood," scratching my head as Jasmine's hesitated to move in with her dreamboat doctor, then shaking my head in disapproval as Amber was swept out of a hotel room by her aunt, and then biting my finger nails in anticipation for the arrival of Julia's adopted baby. (If you ask me, Zoe was ready to pop a good three episodes ago.) But on this week's episode, "Remember Me, I'm the One Who Loves You," relationships took a toll and took a turn.

While Amber quits her job as the politician's assistant, Sarah got a proposal; but not that kind of proposal ... more like an "east-coastal" kind, that came out of thin air. New York City was never an option; unless
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Warburton on 'Rage' sideline

Warburton on 'Rage' sideline
Patrick Warburton is set to star opposite Martin Lawrence in 20th Century Fox's Rage Control. Warburton will play Larry Burgess, a junior high school basketball coach who has one of the best teams in the league. When coach Roy McCormick (Martin Lawrence) is suspended from college ball for attacking a referee, he is forced to coach a junior high team that is desperate to beat Burgess' team. Steve Carr is directing, with Robert Simonds producing. Tracey Trench serves as executive producer alongside Carr's producing partner, Heidi Santelli. Warburton's credits include the television series Less Than Perfect and Seinfeld and the feature films Men in Black II and Joe Somebody and the upcoming Bob Steel, First Time Caller. He's also voicing the character of Kronk in The Emperor's New Groove II. Warburton is repped by Paradigm and managed by Delores Robinson.

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