This week on "Modern Family," the Dunphy's neighbors, the LaFontaines, are back, and they continue to irritate Claire and Phil with their shocking ways, such as storing a boat with gambling symbols in their driveway. Meanwhile, Cameron takes Lily to clown school, and Mitchell doesn't find this funny at all.
"The Big Guns" starts with Claire complaining over the neighbor's boat, which she says destroys the charm of the neighborhood. Claire and Phil visit the LaFontaines to see if they can talk to them and persuade them to do something about the boat, but they refuse to move it.
Phil puts his foot down and plans to retaliate in a big way. He calls his father and his friends, and he has them park a humongous RV in front of the LaFontaine's home. But Phil's plan blows up when he finds his father, his father's friends, and the LaFontaines all together, smoking weed in the boat. more >>
A variety of different cases on "Law & Order: SVU" reflects a lot of Hollywood stories and takes aim at the entertainment industry. On the show's 11th episode titled "Agent Provocateur," the series explores how powerful the paparazzi and gossip websites are nowadays.
The episode starts with a teenage girl being stuffed into a suitcase and wheeled out into the street and left there. A policeman finds the suitcase, and the girl is rushed to the hospital and revived.
Madison wakes up and doesn't remember what happened to her. Fin goes over to Madison's uncle's house, where she has been staying, and he says that she never left the house and that she is sleeping. Upon going to her room he finds out that she's not there. He says that the last time he saw her, she was about to go see "Wicked" on Broadway. The tickets are still in her room, so it's clear that she never went. more >>
Beverly Johnson was not being honest about being drugged by comedian Bill Cosby, according to her former manager.
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became popular on the 1980s and 1990s family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him. Lately, a number of women have come forth, alleging that Cosby sexually assaulted them years ago.
After Johnson, the first black model to grace the cover of American Vogue, told her story about how Cosby allegedly attempted to drug her in the mid 1980s, her former manager Don Gibble is speaking out against the claims. more >>
Fox's fan-favorite musical comedy-drama TV series "Glee" is now moving forward on its sixth and final season but spoiler reports suggest that fans should expect "something shocking" on its upcoming episodes.
A report from Hollywood Life hinted that "something crazy" is coming up in the popular McKinley High School football team to which cast member Dot Marie Jones, who played as coach Shannon Beiste, mentioned Chord Overstreet's Sam taking up the next step.
"Episode three, I really think is gonna shock some people," Jones said. "Chord is now my new football assistant. I am going through some personal things, so I'm trusting in him to take over football and run things for me, and trying to figure out how to tell him what I'm going through." more >>
The CW's hit comedy-drama TV series "Hart of Dixie" once again wowed their fans when it aired the premiere episode of its fourth season in December, last year. Since then, rumors going on around indicated that this chapter will be the show's last run and there won't be another.
Zap2it TV's early predictions for "Hart of Dixie" were negative, saying that it is likely to be canceled and gave it two frowning smileys. The publication went on to add that axing the show will do "the least damage to the CW schedule."
However, the show's own cast members have been telling a different story. An increase of about 13 percent in viewership sharing could be the reason to hold off the unplugging plans. more >>
A woman accusing Bill Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2008 recently met with Los Angeles Police Department Wednesday to pursue filing criminal charges against the entertainer.
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became popular in the 1980s and 1990s family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him. Over 20 women have come forth alleging that Cosby sexually assaulted and drugged them years ago.
While some of the allegations of assault date back to the 1970s, 24-year-old model Chloe Goins alleges that Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 2008. Spencer Kuvin is acting as Goins' attorney and spoke about what took place with their LAPD meeting at a press conference Wednesday. more >>