Big Brother Contestants Learn They Were Fired for Racist Comments

Last night's finale episode of Big Brother not only crowned a winner of the game—Andy Herren, the first gay man in the show's 13-year history to take the big prize—but also marked the end of the sequester for 11 of the show's contestants who were not allowed to receive information from the outside world since the… » 9/19/13 1:10pm 9/19/13 1:10pm

Julie Chen Was Not Surprised by the Horrible Racism on Big Brother

This season of Big Brother was racist. Just how racist was it? Well, it was racist enough that people actually remembered that Big Brother is still on the air, which is to say that it was really very racist. The non-white houseguests had to put up with all kinds of bigoted comments and harassment from their fellow… » 9/06/13 6:30pm 9/06/13 6:30pm

Former Employees Sue William Shatner for Supposedly Being a Crazy,…

Awww, man. B-Shatz! Whyyyyy? I mean, it's not like your everyday persona has given anyone the impression that you aren't totally 'nanners, but do you have to take it to the next level? Creepo-'nanners? Gross. A couple of William Shatner's former employees (who, by the way, could be total jerk liars—I don't know) are… » 9/04/12 9:00pm 9/04/12 9:00pm

Hosts Of The Talk Visibly Upset As Casey Anthony Verdict Delivered Live

Julie Chen made the "executive decision" to stay live and not go to commercial as the jury's verdict was delivered in the Casey Anthony trial (her husband Les Moonves does run CBS, after all.) Upon receiving the news, Julie Chen choked up as she delivered the news to the other hosts and audience that Anthony was… » 7/05/11 5:15pm 7/05/11 5:15pm