Last week on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," the ladies went on a scavenger hunt around Beverly Hills, had fun at David Foster's charity gala, and packed their bags for a trip to Amsterdam.
Yolanda Foster enlists the help of Camille Grammer for the scavenger hunt, and the ladies are divided into three teams: team one is comprised of Yolanda, Lisa Vanderpump, and Lisa Rinna, team two has Eileen Davidson and Kim Richards, and team three has Brandi Glanville and Kyle Richards.
First, the teams had to open a combination lock using clues to secure a map. Then, they head to an ice cream shop to drink a milkshake. They also go to a candy store and race to the finish line. At the finish line, which is Villa Bianca, Eileen's team gets there first, and they complete a puzzle which will take them to the next leg of their journey—Amsterdam. more >>
On last Sunday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Apollo Nida goes to prison, the ladies gossip about Phaedra Park's alleged affair with a man named "Mr. Chocolate" which eventually leads to Phaedra lashing out at Kenya Moore over dinner.
The episode begins with Apollo recording a video of himself right before he goes to prison.
"Well, everyone, I have finally arrived at the penitentiary. I'm about to go asunder. Thank you for the support and prayers. Stay tuned and you'll hear from me shortly," he said. more >>
"Game of Thrones" Season 5 opens next month introducing a new set of characters from author George R.R. Martin's "A Feast for Crows" and "A Dance with Dragons," but some of the show's viewers have expressed dissatisfaction with the Sand Snakes.
When "Game of Thrones" Season 5 premieres on April 12 this year, HBO will be introducing a total of eight new characters, including the Sand Snakes, the late Prince Oberyn "Red Viper" Martell's illegitimate daughters raring for revenge on their father's killer.
However, fans of the show have expressed their displeasure with the choice of cast for the Sand Snakes after initial footage was shown of the three women playing Obara Sand (Academy Award winner, Keisha Castle-Hughes), Nymeria Sand ("Silk" actress, Jessica Henwick), and Tyene Sand ("Balancing Act" star, Rosabell Laurenti Sellers), three of the eight illegitimate daughters of Oberyn Martell. more >>
Things get a little out of hand, at least for one its characters, as the first season of the hit family TV drama series "Fresh Off The Boat" continues this week with episode titled "Showdown at the Golden Saddle."
A sneak peek for this week's episode reveals a really embarrassing moment for Eddie (Hudson Yang) who clearly has a thing for an older girl named Nicole (Luna Blaise).
Everything he planned for shatters to pieces when it was found out that the reason for Nicole arriving into their home is not to listen to his amorous words. Instead, it is because she was hired by Eddie's parents to babysit him. more >>
This news might be of help to ease the anticipation for the return of the hit supernatural TV drama series "Supernatural" Season 10 as the show is currently on a brief hiatus.
Slated to return next Wednesday, March 18 at 9 p.m. with episode titled "The Things They Carried," a synopsis was posted on The Futon Critic where it reads:
"Despite Dean's (Jensen Ackles) directive to forget about looking for a cure for the Mark of Cain, Sam (Jared Padalecki) continues to do research. Dean suspects Sam is hiding something but decides to focus on a new murder case where they run into Cole (guest star Travis Aaron Wade). The three team up and learn a Khan worm is infecting men and turning them into murderers. Unfortunately, the worm makes it's way into Cole." more >>
On last Sunday's episode of "The Good Wife," Diane and Cary represent Colin Sweeney in court, and Alicia competes for money to fund her campaign.
Diane and Cary are representing Colin Sweeney, who allegedly killed his wife, in a defamation suit. It so happens that a television show called "Call it Murder" features a character called Bernard Loomis, who is very similar to Sweeney. Loomis has the same job as Sweeney, met his wife the same way, and the fictional Bernard killed his wife. So Loomis sues the show's producer, Greg Tierney, for defamation.
In court, Tierney's lawyer says that all the similarities are products of coincidence. Sweeney is not too confident with Diane and Cary and wants Alicia to represent him. Alicia is unable to do it because she's busy with her state's attorney campaign. Sweeney threatens to tell the press who funds her campaign, so she agrees to consult. more >>