Ross and Rachel. Clair and Cliff. Ricky and Lucy. These are just a few of the iconic pairings competing for the chance to be EW’s “Greatest TV Couple of All Time.” Check out our full bracket here and vote in the polls below to determine who will move on to the next round. Now, the 8 couples who won their first match-ups in our “I Thought Our Story Was Epic” conference.
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Ross and Rachel. Carrie and Big. Clair and Cliff. Ricky and Lucy. These are just a few of the iconic pairings competing for the chance to be EW’s “Greatest TV Couple of All Time.” Check out our full bracket here and vote in the polls below to determine who will move on to the next round. Now for the 16 couples in our “I Thought Our Story Was Epic” conference. READ FULL STORY »
We’re not sure why Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina were “involved in an altercation” this morning — but according to People, their skirmish was so fierce that police were called to Dina’s Long Island home around 8 a.m. (Who knew Lindsay was even awake at 8 a.m., let alone in fighting shape?)
The Nassau County Police Department says that it uncovered “no criminality” after making the house call. No other details about Lohan vs. Lohan have been released, though New York’s Daily News reports that Lindsay was irate about being brought to Long Island; she supposedly wanted to stay in Manhattan, where she and Dina had been partying. The paper says Lindsay was also angry that her mother hadn’t yet paid back $40,000 she gave Dina as a loan.
But what if the fight was catalyzed by something else — say, a mean remark Dina made to Lindsay, or vice versa? Let’s speculate about what these two might have said to each other before the police were called. Here are some suggestions to get the ball rolling:
Sherman Hemsley died Tuesday at age 74, but his turns on screen as George Jefferson will live on. He made a career out of one iconic character. As EW’s TV critic Ken Tucker wrote Tuesday: “Hemsley took a part that could have been clownish and exaggerated — George Jefferson, the braying entrepeneur striving to, as the show’s theme song said, ‘move on up’ — and made George a vital, three-dimensional character, and an important advance in the depiction of black characters in sitcoms.”
From appearing in commercials in character, to guest turns as Judge Robertson on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and shaking it up on Soul Train, he played up George (and in particular his dance moves) at every turn. Check out some of our favorite clips of Hemsley from The Jeffersons and beyond on screen below: READ FULL STORY »
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