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Oscar preview: Before They Were Nominees. Embarrassing TV pasts of Oscar nominees Naomi Watts, Jennifer Lawrence, Christoph Waltz, Jessica Chastain, etc.
What can we expect from True Blood's finale next week? "We can't say a thing," said giddy newlywed Anna Paquin. "We like our jobs!" Fortunately, her costars were more forthcoming.
Richter's Tonight Show Prediction (article no longer online)
Andy Richter will reunite with Conan O'Brien for his new Tonight Show gig, this time, as the show's announcer. "The show is not going to be as absurd (as Late Night)" Richter promises.
Steve Carell Won't Watch The Office (article no longer online)
The Office's Steve Carell admits he has never seen any of the original British version. "I won't watch it until we're done with our series," Carell said March 18 at an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences event celebrating the show's upcoming 100th episode.
Fringe's John Noble promised that the Fox show is "gory and bloody and horrific and scary." September 22, 2008
T. R. Knight asks, "What was up with that?" about George's kiss with Lexie.
Grant Show can't wait for his '70s-era series Swingtown to debut so he can explain why he's grown a 'stache worthy of Burt Reynolds!
American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe said, " I don't want to talk about ratings. We're the biggest show in America," he insisted, pointing out that TV ratings as a whole are down from last year.
The Britweek Launch was a little like a ball: Nearly everyone had a curfew. So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley only had a few hours in LA before she was due back on the set in Las Vegas and Battlestar Galactica's Jamie Bamber flew in just for the weekend and has to report back to work in Vancouver Monday morning.
Guest star Alyssa Milano is back as Earl's very pregnant wife in what looks like a '60s-inspired fantasy sequence. "Yeah, it's all sort of an imagined side of the story. It'll probably be the most exciting thing on television since... forever," Lee smiled. Full Story