The finale of this season's "Bachelor" was actually a two-day event spanning three separate shows - the actual finale, the "After the Final Rose" special and this morning's edition of ABC's "Good Morning America."
And when all was said and done, "Bachelor" Sean Lowe had plenty of good and unusual news to share.
On Monday night, "Dallas" said goodbye to not just a legendary TV character, but to a TV star.
Larry Hagman's unexpected death back in November meant that the new "Dallas" series (on TNT, a Time Warner network like CNN) would have to deal with the death of J.R. Ewing.
Sunday night's episode of "The Walking Dead" shed some light on what drives both the Governor and Rick, as well as why there can never be peace between Woodbury and the survivors in the prison.
Andrea tried to set up a summit of sorts between the two leaders, but it only served to escalate things between them.
Here are five of the key scenes from this week's show:
[Warning: This blog post contains spoilers for the March 7 episode of "Community" as well as minor spoilers about future episodes.]
One of the major storylines of "Community" paid off Thursday night as Jeff finally met his father, William, as played by James Brolin (last seen playing "Castle's" father).
Of course, Britta was there at his dad's house, playing her favorite role of amateur therapist.
Chris Harrison promised viewers that Monday's "Women Tell All" edition of "The Bachelor" would be an episode you wouldn't want to miss.
That was good, because I lost my remote and wasn't able to switch to "WWE Monday Night Raw." Thank goodness for DVRs!
Sunday night's episode of "The Walking Dead" stands out as one of the best of the series so far.
Certainly, this was the right episode at the right time. Just when it seemed like the war with the Governor might be running out of steam, it was good to take a breather and examine where things stand with Rick and how far he's come.
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