February 12th, 2013
12:19 PM ET
We began Monday's episode of "The Bachelor" with Sean breaking the rules once again, even though I'm pretty sure there aren't many rules on this show to begin with.
Rather than fly to the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands by himself, Sean chose to travel with the six remaining women. (Not shown: Sean explaining to the ladies where exactly St. Croix is.)
January 22nd, 2013
01:06 PM ET
Just like with last week, we began the latest episode of "The Bachelor" with Sean working out. (Some higher-up on the show must have a crush on him.)
At the manor, Chris Harrison told the 16 remaining women that there were going to be three dates this week, broken out as a pair of one-on-ones and a group outing.
The first one-on-one went to Leslie M., the political consultant from Washington, and she and Sean started their date at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood. Was Sean's date courtesy of those coupon fun packs you get when you check into the hotel?
January 15th, 2013
10:14 AM ET
Monday's episode of "The Bachelor" began with Sean working out. Not sure what that had to do with the show, but to each his own.
We then moved on to the manor, where plaid-wearing Chris presented the 19 remaining women with the first date card of the show.
January 8th, 2013
11:35 AM ET
This year's title catch on "The Bachelor," Sean Lowe, has bounced back from his heartbreak on the last season of "The Bachelorette."
Maybe it's because he wants a wife and children, or maybe he likes the nice salary ABC is giving him, but Lowe's ready to be the next "Bachelor."
But if you sat out "Bachelorette" Emily Maynard's quest to find a mate, "The Bachelor" reminded us on its season premiere Monday night that Lowe finished third. But seeing that Emily and eventual winner Jef didn't last long, it's safe to say that the bronze may have been more like gold for our Texan.
December 28th, 2012
10:44 AM ET
When a beloved pet goes missing, the owner typically puts up signs around his or her neighborhood, offering a nominal reward for the animal's safe return.
Dennis Lehane doesn't do things that way.
The acclaimed author of "Mystic River" and "Shutter Island" informed fans on his Facebook page that he will name a character in his next book after anyone who can help get his pet beagle back home. His dog Tessa went missing in Massachusetts on Christmas Eve.
Lehane spoke to CNN's Starting Point panel about his unique offer. Watch the video above to hear why he made such a reward, and whether the character in question will be a hero or villain.
December 24th, 2012
10:55 AM ET
The current incarnation of the game show "Wheel of Fortune" has been on in some form since 1975, and is the longest-running syndicated game show in U.S. television history.
Nothing much happens on "Wheel" that would get a viewer's blood boiling, but a pair of pronunciation errors last week has many fans irate and demanding answers.
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