See the Results on Week 5 of “Dancing With the Stars”

America’s favorite dance contest is heating up as shirts are flying off this season to stir up the crowd and bring on the votes. This week’s results show will have a first time ever twist as the two couples that end up at the bottom of the leader board will have to square off in a duel dance for life to stay in the competition.  While the fan votes will decide which two duos will be in the bottom two, the judges will have the final say about who will return for another shot at the title and who will go home this week.

As the fun begins this week, Maria and Derek re-perform their hot and sexy Salsa. In the original performance the couple had a serious lip-lock kiss in the middle of the performance that the crowd loved but Carrie Ann said was unnecessary.  Well, the couple’s reaction was to bring on more kissing in the results show performance.  However, the kiss also had a twist as Derek plants his smooch on Carrie Ann and Maria heads for Bruno.  What a treat! Continue reading

Which “Desperate Housewives” Has Lost My Power

Susan wants to be both dad and mom as she tries to help her son build a car for the boxcar race for dads and sons at school.  MJ doesn’t want her help as it only makes matters worse.  Susan refuses help from the neighborhood men.  While she does a good job on the car, MJ rolls it into the street in front of a big truck and destroys it. Susan has to pressure MJ as to why he did it on purpose. He reveals that people will make fun of him if his mom shows up when everyone else has a dad. Susan swallows her pride and solicits Tom, Bob, Lee, and Ben as MJ’s own personal pit crew to help him build another car, a corvette which was his dad’s favorite.

When Lynette goes to drop off something at Tom’s office, his boss Gregg hits on her.  Lynette turns him down but after seeing Tom and Jane kissing down the hall, she reconsiders.  They enjoy having dinner as they talk about ways to mess with Tom and Jane. Continue reading

“The Chew” the ABC Variety Cooking Show

The ABC daytime show, “The Chew” sets off the daily variety show with a delightful group of co-hosts that have lots of fun as they entertain viewers and offer up their favorite dishes in every possible category of food preparation.

Carla Hall, brings her upbeat personality to the program as she “cooks with love.” The owner of Alchemy by Carla Hall, Carla creates sweet “petite bites of love.” On the show, she blends her classic French style cooking with her southern roots twist as she offers traditional favorites that are healthy and well-balanced.

Carla is a native of Nashville, TN and has a degree in Accounting from Howard University. She completed her culinary education at L’Academie de Cuisine in Maryland.  She has served as soux chef and Executive Chef as well as served a stint as instructor of culinary training at her alma mater. Hall currently resides in Washington, DC with her husband Matthew Lyons and stepson, Noah. Continue reading

It’s the Moment of Truth This Week on “Grey’s Anatomy”

This week the episode reveals it is time for the fifth year residents to take their board tests. The superior team sees them off as they have trained and taught them unendingly over the years. As they leave, Mark slips Jackson a few dollars, “just in case.” They are off to San Francisco, all but Alex as he is still looking for ways to help Morgan’s baby.  Arizona finally forces him out the door.

April meets a fellow peer, Kevin, at the airport. She tells him that she has been offered a position he wanted, so he now hates her. Meredith is battling the stomach flu she caught from Zola. Jackson is dealing with his mom living in his hotel room.

Kevin approaches April at the hotel bar and makes some smart remarks. April cleans his clock and starts to throw another punch when Richard shows up to break it up. She then kisses Jackson and drags him into her hotel room.  While she was a virgin before heading off to take the boards, things have now changed.

Richard sees Catherine in the hotel lobby and they continue flirting as he shares his story about Adele over dinner. They end up in Catherine’s room.  Richard hesitates, but only for a moment as passion wins out.  It is soon deflated as Jackson drops by his mom’s room to pick up his lucky pencil. Continue reading

“GCB” Cooks Up Adam and Eve’s Rib

The ninth episode opens with Carlene sharing her virtual presentation for her Condos for Christian Living and the fact that they can build them in Oklahoma instead of Mexico. Ripp tells her he must ask his partners, but needs to focus on the barbeque first.

At the church, the GCB talk about the annual barbeque competition and it seems that they are all to busy to help. When Amanda heard Ripp and Burls telling her daughter Laura she can’t compete as it is an all men competition, she jumps on stage while Carlene concludes her prayer and tells the crowd she is starting an all women’s barbeque team. Carlene is irate and tells Ripp she will make sure Amanda doesn’t have a team.

Meanwhile, Cricket meets with sexy Mason, the rich owner of the stud service she needs for her mare. Cricket is professional but Mason flirts as she allows him to get the upper hand in the negotiations for a higher price.

Amanda is disappointed that no one has signed up for the women’s barbeque team. She learns Carlene is holding a spa day for the ladies on the same day as the barbeque. Amanda solicits Heather for the team, but she turns her down.  Sharon asks Zack why he put up a car for the prize when the dealership is not doing well.  He tells her it is good advertisement. He tells her to stay out of his business…..bad mistake.

Luke shows up as Amanda is struggling with her brisket and offers some pointers. Amanda puts him on the road so she can do this on her own. Gigi finds Amanda down on her luck and offers to help. She told Amanda her daddy said the smoke was the key so they set off to find the traditional wood for the smoke. Continue reading

“Body of Proof” is Playing “Mind Games”

An 18 year old college freshman is found dead in an alleyway after she is seen throwing down shots and kissing numerous guys in a college bar. The kisses were not the girl’s promiscuity shining through, but the result of Niki’s pledge to a sorority.  Jack Gordon is one of the students who caught one of the kisses that Niki was passing around the night she was murdered, a person that has been labeled as a stalker. In the autopsy investigation, an x-ray causes Megan to feel a need to cut open the girl’s skull. She is devastated at the outcome.  It seems the killer has removed the victim’s brain.

Megan recalls another case like this a few years back. A serial killer, Wilson Polley, is now serving a life sentence for that crime and now there may be a copycat killer. Daniel Grubstick wrote a book to clear his name in that mystery and recognizes Niki Shumaker as Niki Marshall, the daughter of Wilson Polley in that book. Continue reading

Fort Lauderdale, FL Comcast Cable Packages

Stop letting yourself spend tons of money on overages from your current home service provider.  With Fort Lauderdale, Florida Comcast Packages you can order Digital TV, High-Speed Internet, and Digital Voice all together in a single bundled deal that has a monthly price that will never be altered.  With unlimited access to your phone, internet, and television services your entire household can enjoy the best technological entertainment and communication 24/7!

Digital TV in Fort Lauderdale, FL incorporates more interests into its programming now more than ever. With this television package not matter who you are or what you attracts your attention, Digital TV in HD will have it! From the most extensive sports networks to comedy, kids’ shows, and the best Premium Movie Channels, Digital TV in HD has more for you to enjoy. Continue reading

“Survivor One World” Boots Michael Jefferson

Thirty year old banker, Michael Jefferson from Seattle Washington was voted off in last week’s episode of “Survivor” in the 8th tribal council this season. Ten players are left after Jefferson’s exit from the merged tribe, Tikiano.  Blindsided Michael was stiffed by his tribe as Kim Spradlin fabricated a big fib, telling Troy Robertson that Michael was placing a target on him.

Michael later admits that’s Kim made a strategic move, and Troy never mentioned Kim’s accusations to him leading him to believe that he was going to take Tarzan and Alicia to the end with him. Michael felt that he had the girls on his side, but also believed it would become guys against girls at some point. However, the blind-side made him realize that no one can be trusted in the game.

The 24th series started out with men versus the women, but when they pulled the tribe switch, Jay and Mike made a pact to pretty much stick with the old Salani group of Chelsea, Kim, Kat, and Sabrina. Jay, the model from Gaffney, SC, was concerned that the girls would remain hooked up and do damage to the merge, pushing the fact that a woman must be the next to go. Continue reading

MTV’s “Unplugged” Still Going Strong After 23 Years

“Unplugged” is a show that provides artists with an opportunity to ditch the loud instruments and flashy concert appeal to simply perform as themselves. Performances are reduces to little or no instruments. Usually, the lights are dim, and the atmosphere is casual, allowing for a more personal experience for viewer and artist, alike. The show originally aired in 1989 and was awarded an Emmy. It was credited for being “ground-breaking”, offering fans a more acoustical approach and view at their favorite artists.

The show has helped artists from all genres showcase their singing abilities. “Unplugged” has seen the talents of some of the most incredible artists of the 20th century, including Eric Clapton, Mariah Carey, Jay-Z, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, India, Laryn Hill, Lil Wayne, Train and more.

However, “Unplugged” does not guarantee a spot to just anyone. The president of the Viacom Music and Logo Group, Van Toffler, said artists that are invited to perform are hand-picked with care. He reports that MTV gets a lot of requests from artists, but not all of these artists seem to fit with the show’s stripped-down approach. Toffler went on to say that he believes simplicity and rawness are key components in what has made “Unplugged” a lasting draw for audiences. He added that the “Unplugged” forum will not hide any blemishes for any artist. Continue reading