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What Made Whoopi & Rosie Scream At Each Other?

December 19th, 2014 10:11am EST
The View
Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell got in to a heated debate during Thursday's episode of "The View" while discussing racism.

Guest star Laverne Cox from "Orange is the New Black" talked with the co-hosts, including Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace, about how African-Americans are profiled in stores.

Goldberg argued that the profiling was ignorance, explaining: "You need to know what real racism is. Racism is when someone comes up to you and says, 'I hope you f---king die. That's racism."

She added, "I've been black for 60 years. For me, stupidity, there are dumb folks who just say dumb ...
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'White Collar' Series Finale: 'Au Revoir' - The Big Goodbye

December 19th, 2014 9:06am EST
'White Collar' Series Finale Recap And Review: 'Au Revoir' - The
After six seasons and countless capers, USA's White Collar draws to a close with an episode appropriately titled. Definitively closing the book on the partnership of Neal Caffrey and Peter Burke, "Au Revoir" might divide some fans who are upset about its final act, but ultimately delivers everything we've come to expect from one of television's classiest and most fun shows.

We open exactly where we left off last week, with Neal trying to convince Woodford (Gavin Lee) to accept Peter as the newest member of the Pink Panthers. Keller's (Ross McCall) reaction to this development is awesome: "...
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Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur- Who Was The Winner?

December 18th, 2014 1:34pm EST
Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur- And The Winner Is
Jeff Probst welcomes viewers to the final episode of Survivor, live from the reunion set in Los Angeles. We`ll first see the two hour finale, and then the live reunion show, where we’ll hopefully hear why people behaved the way they did in the game. Settle in – It`s time to find out who will take home the title of Sole Survivor, and the million dollar prize!

Previously on, Survivor: From 18 players, we’re now down to five; Keith, Baylor, Missy, Natalie and Jaclyn. It’s been difficult from the start, as loved ones were forced to battle against each other. Coyopa couldn’t win at challenges,...
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Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Walk Away'

December 18th, 2014 12:08pm EST
Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Wal
Tonight's conclusion of White Collar means that we also have to bid farewell to one of TV's best duos: Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay.

In addition to making a dynamic team as con man Neal Caffrey and his FBI minder Peter Burke on the USA drama, they are also a fantastic partnership off-screen, showing what magic can be made when two hard-working actors come together to form one great unit.

We spoke to Matt and Tim on Monday to ask them why they think they've worked so well together - and what their own opinions were about White Collar's ultimate ending.

Naturally, hints about tonight's last ep...
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'Duck Dynasty' Star Willie Robertson, 'Is Being Gay By Choice?'

December 18th, 2014 10:41am EST
'Duck Dynasty' Star Willie Robertson Wonders If 'Being Gay Is A
Willie Robertson, star of "Duck Dynasty" asks a loaded question, "Is being gay by choice?'

One year after his father Phil Robertson blasted homosexuality and compared being gay to bestiality and adultery, Willie Robertson is speaking out about the aftermath of the controversy on "Larry King Now."

"We stood by our father," Robertson revealed.

"Some of the things he said in that interview I didn't agree with and I've even said so, and he's even come out and said, ‘Yeah, that was a mistake.' With things leading to bestiality, it was a mixed bag there of things. And then he quoted a Scriptur...
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American Horror Story Freak Show: 5 Weirdest Moments From 'Orphans'

December 18th, 2014 9:50am EST
American Horror Story Freak Show Recap: 5 Weirdest Moments From
Well, that was a weird waste of an hour. No Dandy. Barely even inching forward in the plot. An episode completely devoted to a character that’s spent two seasons in the background, barely relevant. Yet, “Orphans” managed to be one of the strangest and strangely emotional episodes of this season. Here are the 5 weirdest moments from a very bizarre episode:

Elsa and Pepper’s Previously Unmentioned Relationship

In an attempt to humanize a character that calls her closest companions her “monsters,” “Orphans” creates a backstory for Pepper and Elsa that paints them as closer than ever formerly...
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Charlie Sheen Returns To Classic 'Ferris Bueller' Role On 'The Goldbergs'

December 18th, 2014 8:28am EST
Charlie Sheen Returns To His Classic 'Ferris Bueller' Role On 'T
There was a time where Charlie Sheen wasn't known for getting fired from "Two and a Half Men" or proclaiming to the world that "I am on a drug. It's called Charlie Sheen. It's not available because if you try it once you will die."

In simpler times, the world knew Charlie Sheen mostly from a brief role as a teenage bad boy in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."

Now, Sheen's returning to those times- the actor will be reprising the iconic role in a guest spot on the ABC sitcom, "The Goldbergs."

The Sheen-starring episode will involve Barry, son of the titular family, trying to create his own epic...
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Alex Trebek Nearly Quit Jeopardy

December 17th, 2014 4:30pm EST
Alex Trebek Nearly Quit Jeopardy As Revealed By Private Hacked E
Alex Trebek's long run as "Jeopardy" host nearly came to an end over the turbulent reaction from an 11-year-old contestant who was eliminated from "Final Jeopardy."

Radar Online reported that Trebek blew up at a request to re-tape the "Final Jeopardy" segment of the show after the young girl learned she could not participate. She was in a negative dollar amount.

The girl ran off the set during the taping, visibly upset.

"If he had taken the time, he would have known, like you do, that my daughter is not a sore loser, and does not become emotional solely over losing a game," the girl's mo...
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Best TV Shows Of 2014

December 17th, 2014 2:03pm EST
Best TV Shows Of 2014
Last week, we brought you the Best TV Moments Of 2014. But what about the best TV shows - the ones that didn't have just one or two good moments, but that impressed us all year long? What was going to make up for the end of Breaking Bad or the absence of Strike Back?

Here now then, is our list of the Best TV Shows Of 2014. In alphabetical order, we present to you the eight small-screen series that were at the top of their class, that were appointment television in our book and the reasons that lists like these are made.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the current season of tele...
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Ryan Gage Bids Farewell To 'Hobbit'

December 17th, 2014 12:04pm EST
Ryan Gage Bids Farewell To 'Hobbit' Franchise With 'Battle Of Th
Ryan Gage is making grand moves in his career. He returns as Alfrid for the final film in the Hobbit series, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which opens today.

Then he'll reprise his role as King Louis XIII on BBC One's The Musketeers, that launches its second season on January 2 in the UK and January 17 in the US. He's no stranger to high-profile projects and big characters.

We spoke to Ryan last week about saying goodbye to the Hobbit films and returning to The Musketeers, and how one follows up working on a massive Peter Jackson epic.

Reprising his role from The Desolation ...
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