- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV13 hrs ago
"Voice" fans would do anything for love, but apparently they won't do that — and by "that," I mean vote for Team Adam's James Wolpert, who covered Meat Loaf's chest-beating power ballad this week and ended up in the bottom two on Tuesday night. However, luckily for James, those fans were willing to use the "Instant Save" on him, meaning that Team Xtina's Matthew Schuler, who'd also landed on the chopping block, ended up getting the boot instead.
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) December 4, 2013
- ckepnes at Yahoo TV15 hrs ago
A positive pregnancy test, drunken brawls, and jealousy tantrums are what happen when MTV picks seven recently single strangers to live in a house ... wait for it ... with their exes. And think about it. If your friend invited you to a summer share and your ex showed up a week later, you'd probably be mad, maybe not as vocal as the average "Real World" contestant, but still.
Remember the dark days of Sammi and Ronnie fighting on "Jersey Shore"? Well, picture a houseful buzzing with that energy. Hormones are ranging, neon colors are flashing, and people are screaming and/or sucking face everywhere you look:
Here are our favorite parts; let us know about yours in the comments.
1. Best Blunt Dialogue Exchange
Sensitive Dude: "I just got done having sex with you, and then you jump right in and have sex with somebody else."
Sarcastic Chick: "Oops."
2. Easiest Question
Hurt Girl: "You're dating Jamie in front of my face. Does that not make me look like a fool?" We are gonna go with a resounding "yes."
3. Second Easiest Question
- kimp at Yahoo TV16 hrs ago
We'll be mourning Hershel and even the Governor (c'mon, there was never a dull moment with that guy) forever, and now that Rick Grimes and the rest of the prison community are scattered across Georgia after Sunday's violent "Too Far Gone" midseason finale, the wait to continue observing their post-zombie apocalypse journey in Feb. seems painfully long.
But there are certainly plenty of unanswered "TWD" questions to obsess over in the meantime, so read on, and share your thoughts and theories in the comments.
1. How will Tyreese react to Rick's decision to kick Carol out of their community?
Tyreese isn't simply still angry about Karen and David's deaths — he's even angrier. After he found that creepy rabbit dissection in "Too Far Gone" and pointed it out to Rick and Daryl, he became convinced that the dissector is the same person who set his girlfriend ablaze. We don't think Carol is the perp of the creepy rabbit surgery, but it's a safe bet Tyreese is going to freak out when he learns what Carol is confirmed to have done, and that Rick, and now Daryl, knew and waited even a second to tell him.
'The Walking Dead's' Scott M. Gimple and Greg Nicotero on the Midseason Finale's Big Deaths and What's Nextkimp at Yahoo TV18 hrs ago
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains story line and character spoilers for "The Walking Dead."
Just so you know, "Walking Dead" fans: The writers and producers of the series aren't taking the deaths of major characters in Sunday's Season 4 midseason finale lightly, either. Sure, maybe no one's crying over the death of big baddie the Governor, but his death does mean the end of a compelling character, outstandingly performed by David Morrissey.
The same can be said of Scott Wilson, whose Hershel had become one of the most beloved characters for fans and the other actors on the AMC series. And Wilson … "TWD" showrunner Scott M. Gimple says it best. "I don't think I've ever used the word 'adore,' but I adore Scott Wilson," Gimple tells Yahoo TV.
- Caroline Kepnes at Yahoo TV19 hrs ago
Only two days after actor Paul Walker died in a car accident at age 40, "Wheel of Fortune" accidentally paid tribute to the "Fast and the Furious" actor. Yes, "The Fast and the Furious" was an answer on Monday night's episode of the popular syndicated game show.
The remaining letters were:
T H E / _ _ S T / _ N D T H E / _ _ R _ _ _ S
And contestant Dan solved the puzzle for $10,200.
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He didn't win the episode; that honor went to contestant Shanita, who left with $15,250.
Even though the show added a message at the top of the screen noting that the episode had been taped weeks before Walker's death, fans were fast and furious on Twitter:
Can I get a ‘P’ for ‘Poor Timing,’ Pat? ‘Wheel of Fortune’ aired a pre-taped episode on Dec. 2 that featured a ... http://t.co/BdbmQHRrHk
- kellywoo at Yahoo TV19 hrs ago
Bill Beckwith, a carpenter and contractor who co-hosted HGTV's "Curb Appeal," died Monday after his motorcycle was hit by a car in San Francisco.
The handyman helped homeowners make improvements to the outdated exteriors of their houses to raise their "curb appeal," or attractiveness to potential buyers. As a carpenter, the 38-year-old specialized in cabinetry and finish work, which he also did for his own company, BB Design.
Beckwith grew up on a vegetable farm in Maine, and developed a passion for carpentry as a child. He graduated from the University of Montana with degrees in English and martial arts, and during his summers, renovated cabins on a fly-fishing ranch. Later, he moved to San Francisco, started his own firm, and then joined the cast of "Curb Appeal."
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- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV20 hrs ago
After a week off gorging on Thanksgiving dishes, my "The Day After" co-host Matt Whitfield and I are back this week to dish about "The Voice." Are you feeling thankful yet?
So last night, the top six of "The Voice" Season 5 performed two songs apiece (one coach pick, one pick of their own); tonight, one of these six singers will go home. And shockingly, Matt and I are both predicting that the eliminated contestant will be Matthew Schuler, who started off this season as the clear frontrunner, but has unfortunately had a rough couple of weeks.
Watch me and Matt dish about Monday's performances and today's iTunes rankings, and be sure to share your thoughts on the message board as well!
- kellywoo at Yahoo TV21 hrs ago
Reality television boosted Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's fame, but now "The Talk" host regrets ever doing it.
The rocker and his wife of 30 years — along with their children, Kelly and Jack — appeared on MTV's "The Osbournes" from 2002 to 2005. It was a runaway success and made all four into big stars. But it came at a cost, Sharon Osbourne said on the U.K.'s "Graham Norton Show" recently.
She called it "the biggest mistake" of her life.
"We both worked to continue a lifestyle we had become accustomed to and we had to travel so my kids spent quite a time away from us and you can never get that time back," she admitted.
"It was the biggest mistake I ever did, but would I have wanted to live a lesser life? You make the most of what you have. I don't know how, but Jack and Kelly came out just great."
- ckepnes at Yahoo TV22 hrs ago
On Dec. 20, CBS will rebroadcast "The Christmas Episode" of "I Love Lucy," and that's big news. But here's the kicker: The episode has been colorized.
Surreal? Yes. Legend has it that when "The Christmas Episode" first aired in December of 1956, star Lucille Ball had mixed feelings about it. (See "The Lucy Book: A Complete Guide to Her Five Decades on Television" by Geoffrey Mark Fidelman for more details.) For whatever reason, the holiday episode was taken out of syndication, much to the chagrin of the iconic series' massive fan base. And now, it's back.
In the sneak-peek clip below, Ricky (Desi Arnaz) and Ethel (Vivian Vance) are untangling Christmas lights and singing "Jingle Bells" when Lucy decides to join in... in endearingly off-key fashion. The dynamics are evergreen, but the colors lend new life to the classic.
How red is Lucy's coif, you ask? See for yourself right here:
Reaction to the clip on Twitter is both positive and negative. Many fans are happy to know that their favorite funny girl will be back in color:
- Lyndsey Parker at Yahoo TV1 day ago
This Monday, each of the top six "Voice" contestants performed two songs: one selected by his/her coach, and a personal pick dedicated to a loved one. The result was a musical mix of everything from Meat Loaf to One Direction. But for one unfortunate finalist on Tuesday's elimination show, the only direction he or she will be headed in is straight home.
Let's get to the recapping, shall we?
Cole Vosbury (Team Blake)