Ben Affleck hosted this week's season finale of Saturday Night Live, but an even bigger reason to tune in was to see Stefon's final visit to "Weekend Update." Since Bill Hader is leaving the show, we had a feeling that Stefon would be spotlighted — and boy, were we right. Not only did Stefon give us one last round of New York's hottest clubs, but his ongoing flirtation with Seth Meyers finally came to fruition in a very big way. Check it out to see which guest star almost gets in the way of Seth and Stefon's love!
It's a nice day for a white wedding on this week's episode of Game of Thrones. OK, so the bride doesn't exactly wear white, and it's not really a nice wedding in the end, but you get the idea. Sansa and Tyrion tie the knot in front of enemies, family, and some more enemies. Thankfully, there's a lot of wine to help it all go down easier.
Elsewhere, Gendry gets duped by Melisandre, Dany makes a new friend, and Sam has a moment of courage that saves three lives. I kinda missed Jon, Jaime, and Brienne this week, but with all the wedding drama, there's not time for much else. Let's break down all the biggest moments when you read more
This week finds Mad Men on speed — literally. Almost everyone (save for Peggy and Ginsberg) at the agency drops their pants for an injection of some kind of "complex vitamin boost" and stays up all weekend trying to think of a campaign for Chevy — emphasis on "trying." We get some major flashbacks to Don's childhood at the brothel, and Sally and Bobby play host to an unusual guest. All of this is preempted by the death of Frank Gleason as Ted leaves the agency to attend the funeral.
"The Crash" is definitely the trippiest episode of the season, and not just because of the drugs everyone takes. Between the flashbacks and the woman who comes to the apartment (more on that later), I was constantly questioning what was real and who might be hallucinating. Let's get to the nitty-gritty with the five maddest moments of this week after the jump.
And you thought your dating life was complicated. Eleven years, 25 seasons, and two spinoffs later, ABC's reality TV dating show The Bachelor may not have the best track record when it comes to finding everlasting love for each season's winners, but there have been a surprising number of hookups and marriages among the growing group of alumni.
The Bachelor just finished up its 17th season with Sean Lowe proposing to Catherine Giudici, and the engaged twosome is planning a televised big day. The only other couple that's still together (from the same season) is Jason Mesnick and his runner-up Molly Malaney, who married in 2010 and welcomed their first child in March. The Bachelorette has had a better track record with two successes out of eight seasons. The very first star of the spinoff, Trista Rehn, married her pick Ryan Sutter on national TV in 2003, and they have two children together. And then Ashley Hebert married her season's winner J.P. Rosenbaum (also on TV) in 2012. Even the Bachelor Pad has resulted in some love connections. After meeting on the spinoff, Blake Julian and Holly Durst announced their engagement during the finale and married last year.
Some of the more random pairs include Andrew Baldwin's ex-contestant Peyton Wright marrying Ali Fedotowsky's ex-contestant Chris Lambton in 2012. The duo even has a show together on HGTV. And recently we've been surprised by the matchup of two-time Bachelor star Brad Womack dating Sean Lowe's second runner-up AshLee Frazier. For even more unlikely matches, click on the helpful chart we created above!
A week from today Desiree Hartsock meets her eligible bachelors in the season nine premiere of The Bachelorette — and if she doesn't find her future husband from those 25 guys, no worries, she can always go back to the show's pool of exes.
If you're already mourning the finales of your favorite Spring shows, not to worry — there's an exciting Summer TV lineup that's sure to fill the void. With the much-anticipated return of Arrested Development, the final season of Breaking Bad, new episodes of True Blood and The Newsroom, plus plenty of brand-new series, you'll have more than enough reasons to keep tuning in. Take a look at the must-see shows coming up this Summer!
Ben Affleck addressed his much-talked-about Oscars speech when wife Jennifer Garner made an appearance on stage during his monologue on Saturday Night Live last night. Ben got a lot of heat in the press for referring to his marriage as "work" in his best picture acceptance speech, but he explained that he didn't mean it in a negative way and brought out Jen — who took a break from filming Draft Day in Ohio — to clear the air, with hilarious results. Fun fact: Jen isn't the only A-list actress that Ben has asked to join him while he was hosting SNL, he brought then-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow on as a guest star during his opening speech when he hosted back in 2000. Watch Ben's moment with Jen and see his bit with Gwyneth after the jump!
We may be in the midst of Spring season finales, but we're already looking ahead to some of the exciting shows coming up this Fall. With familiar faces like Rebel Wilson, Andy Samberg, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers heading to the small screen, we can't wait to set our DVRs. Check out all the comedies and dramas to look forward to this Fall!
The series finale of The Office aired this week, and we're all pretty sad to say goodbye to the Dunder Mifflin gang. After nine seasons, they've all changed a lot, but no one's appearance has been altered more than that of Jim (John Krasinski). We got to reminiscing about when Jim first stole our hearts as the boy with the baby face and the floppy hair. Though he's grown out of his boyish looks, Jim's 'do has managed to evolve over the years. Don't believe us? Click through and prepare to be dazzled by the wonder that is his floppy hair.
That's all, folks! Season four of The Vampire Diaries has wrapped up with a bang — excuse me, several bangs. This finale is action-packed — there are a couple of love confessions, more than one make-out, someone takes the cure, a dead person comes back to life, and there is a doppelganger reveal that basically blew my mind. Plus, everyone graduates! It almost seems like small potatoes compared to the other huge changes for everyone in this episode. There are major developments for Elena, Katherine, and Stefan especially — though not all of those changes are positive.
Even though there are a lot of jaw-dropping twists in the season finale, there's also so much mushy, awesome romantic stuff. There's definitely a lot here to keep me wondering all Summer long about what's going to happen next. So let's just get to it: read the good, the bad, and the bloody after the jump.