Given how dull Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette has been (aside from the drama with Kalon), rumors that Ali Fedotowsky's ex Roberto Martinez may be in the running to be the next Bachelor don't instill us with a lot of hope. He's a nice guy, but dull as dirt. So now that Emily has ditched most of her suitors and found one she can tolerate (for now), we took a look back at her men (and a few from seasons before) to find a better choice of leading man. And yes, some of them may currently have girlfriends, but given the average life expectancy of a Bachelor relationship, we don't foresee that being a problem.
We see Steven Tyler, Kevin Spacey and a wedding in our future! Are they marrying each other? Is one of them marrying their mic stand, and the other officiating? Read on to find out!
Jason and Molly got married last week, but like most things, it's not real until it's on television. So now they're married for real! Let's go over the best and worst moments of the two hour wedding special that I missed perfectly good new episodes of House and 24 to watch.
Tonight, Jason and Molly of Bachelor 13 infamy will follow in the hallowed footsteps of Trista and Ryan and get married on television. Well, they actually got married last week, but the two-hour special is airing tonight, so the newlyweds participated in a conference call with all of us jaded bloggers to promote the thing. After Jason corrected his own publicist for introducing Molly by her maiden name, we learned all kinds of things about how rain makes weddings even more fairytale-like, how Jason still cries constantly, and how Molly wanted Judy Garland to sing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" at the ceremony, but since Judy's dead she asked Jason Castro to do it instead. Logical next step. I don't see how any of this could go wrong.
There's plenty of actual TV news going on today, so there's no need to desperately hang on to rumors about talk show drama! ...Alright, Jimmy Kimmel dressed up as Leno was pretty good, we'll give you that.
Today we get some blasts from the past with a Seinfeld reunion and Amy Poehler's return to SNL, and a look towards the future with a video game based on The Bachelor. It's enough to make anyone nostalgic.
Yes, I know dumb decisions are to be expected from someone who agreed to go on both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but this is just the latest one in a long line, so why not talk about it? Our long national nightmare of who's going to pretend to be Jillian Harris's fiancé for a while is finally over, and after a brief farce of a "surprise" appearance by Reid (which actually seemed to take all day to film, by the looks of the lack of daylight shining on them when she finally rejected him), Jillian picked E.D. Ed. Which is fine, I guess. I was rooting for Kiptyn, just because it feels nice to be on somebody's side and he seemed to be the lesser of two evils, but considering this show is the fakest thing in the history of television, it doesn't really matter who she chose in the end, of course.
In response to some rumors to the contrary, TLC has announced that they have no plans to include Jon Gosselin's alleged girlfriend Deanna Hummel in future episodes of Jon & Kate Plus 8, pretty much just to spare us the grossness of it all, which is awfully kind of them. Other shows should be that considerate. Here are a few suggestions for reality stars we wouldn't mind seeing relegated to behind-the-scenes-only action on our favorite shows from now on.
Sick of hearing about the Leno/Conan feud? Well, the Internet sure isn't! On the bright side, there's so much TV news today that you can get yourself excited about something you actually watch.
Besides all the weight-loss shows, the dance shows, the cake shows, the multiple-births shows and the washed-up-celebrities-date-skanks shows, there is another reality genre that surpasses them all: the depressing-as-all-hell genre. Here are the top 10 reality shows that make us cry into our Häagen-Dazs on a regular basis.