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Mitchell And Cam Finally Kiss For The Camera On “Modern Family”

Blink and you might have missed it: The revolutionary first on-air kiss between “Modern Family” gay couple Mitchell and Cam took place last night, and it was about as steamy as a kiss between a grandson and his grandma. The bigger kiss in the scene was between Mitchell and his father Jay. As if to show that not all same-sex affection is the same (of course), Mitchell and his father peck before he and Cam do. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

“Sister Wives” Preview: Much Ado Over A Kiss


So, I think we can all agree that, aside from the fact that the Browns are being investigated for bigamy, TLC’s “Sister Wives” is a tad too snoozy for our taste. That said, the topics in it are still pretty fascinating—so I’m all about watching clips from the show. Like this one, that will be airing in Sunday night’s episode. In it, Kody’s third wife, Christine, says, “Kody sealed the engagement [with fourth wife Robyn] with a kiss and I freaked. We didn’t kiss until over the altar because I didn’t feel right about kissing a married man.” Hearing this, Christine gets verklempt and starts crying.
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Quickies: “Glee”‘s Britney Episode Broke Record & Kurt Cobain’s Letter To MTV

  • Last night’s Britney Spears-themed episode of “Glee” broke the show’s ratings record. [Just Jared]
  • Comedian Greg Giraldo has died after an accidental prescription drug overdose. [Dlisted]
  • Seth Rogen has proposed to his longtime girlfriend, writer and actress Lauren Miller. [The Huffington Post]
  • Hollywood film editor Sally Menke, who worked with Quentin Tarantino on all of his films including “Pulp Fiction,” was found dead on a hiking trail in Los Angeles yesterday. Yesterday was the hottest day LA has seen in 133 years (113 degrees) and it’s possible extreme heat could have played a part in her untimely death. [Bumpshack]

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Fall TV Guide: “Law & Order: Los Angeles”


Remember when the original “Law & Order” died and we were all very distraught? Well, “Law & Order: Los Angeles” is the phoenix that has risen from its ashes. The new child of the mega crime drama franchise premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on NBC. Here is what you need to know to decide if you should tune in or wait for the endless reruns to hit basic cable … Keep reading »

Brad Womack Swears He’s A Changed Man

“I’ve changed. I’m ready to meet someone. [I've done] intensive therapy [to] try and determine where I went wrong, how I could fix myself, how I could change the things I needed to change to help me find somebody … I want to come home to a beautiful family and provide for them.”

Brad Womack swears he’s no longer a commitment-phobe, and that he will meet someone on his second time around as “The Bachelor.” Are we convinced, or do we still think this is a terrible idea? [People] Keep reading »

“Hellcats” Cram Session: The Truth About Injuries In Cheerleading


It’s “Hellcats” night, party people! As I’ve told you 901 times—this show has a special place in my DVR heart because it is based on a non-fiction book I wrote a few years back called Cheer: Inside The Secret World Of College Cheerleaders. Also, the show is awesome. So I hope you’ll be watching tonight at 9 p.m.

In the first three episodes, we’ve seen a cheerleader—Alice—topple off the top of a pyramid and break her wrist. And we witnessed another—Savannah’s sister—slip out of a stunt and be hospitalized for head injuries. So, you are probably wondering, how realistic is this? Keep reading »

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