Ever heard of a guy breaking his penis? The MMA fighter we meet in the season finale of "Sex Sent Me to the ER" (airing Sat. Jan. 19 at 10:00 p.m. on TLC) has -- because he did really break his penis during an unfortunately enthusiastic round of lovemaking. Warning: this clip is not for the squeamish. Spoiler alert: Mr. Tough Guy passes out from blood loss.
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Fans of "Suburgatory" are likely thrilled that the show, which has long been on the bubble for ABC, is returning for season three. But the show won't be exactly the same, according to executive producer Emily Kapnek. Though the Shays will be welcoming a foster son to their home, there are two character we'll be seeing much less of -- Noah (Alan Tudyk) and Ryan (Parker Young).
Beck released a video today that shows the loving pressing of a vinyl copy of his forthcoming album, “Morning Phase,” and reveals a Feb. 25 release date.
It also confirms the track listing — by the engineer holding up Side 1 and Side 2 of the vinyl and the Capitol Records logo.
“Morning Phase” will be Beck’s first album of new material since 2008’s “Modern Guilt” and is being compared stylistically to his 2002 set, “Sea Change.” “Blue Moon,” The song playing on the video certainly confirms that. The track, which will come out as a single on Monday, according to Billboard, is also on the “Girls: Volume 2” soundtrack to the HBO series.
Beck told an Argentinian news service that part of the reason for his long absence was a spinal injury that has been very slow to heal, and his issues with streaming sites, such as Spotify, and the rates they pay artists.
“Morning Phase’s” track listing:
“Heart Is A Drum”
“Don’t Let It Go”
You know what ruins a romantic Valentine's Day? A brutal rash. Worse, a brutal rash on your mouth and private parts. Yeah, this happened. In the finale of "Sex Sent Me to the ER" (airing Sat. Jan. 18 at 10:00 p.m.), a man discovers his sexy time with his girlfriend is a lot less fun when he breaks out into a vicious, itching, burning rash. Isn't that romantic? No?
Poll: Ellen DeGeneres is America's favorite TV personality; Mark Harmon No. 2
The Harris Poll's survey has Ellen topping the list for the 2nd year in a row. Jon Stewart, Jim Parsons, Jay Leno and Stephen Colbert came in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th respectively.
"Grey's Anatomy" and "Revenge" will be around for "many years," says ABC boss
"I think it's going to stay on the network for many years to come," ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee says of "Grey's Anatomy." Of "Revenge," he adds: "We have a long way to go with that show."
ABC's "Rising Star" singing competition will use an app created by ex-Mossad agents
Viewers will be able to vote live via the app, and the result is "a combination of a massive talent show and to some degree the gong show," says ABC Entertainment boss Paul Lee.
ABC boss regrets putting "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" on Thursdays
ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee says he should've stuck with his original plan to debut it at midseason and air it during the "Once Upon a Time" hiatus. Lee also told critics that "Revenge's" "can take the handcuffs off" with its new 10 pm timeslot.
Lena Dunham's name has appeared in more than 300 New York Times articles
How obsessed is the newspaper of record with the "Girls" star? When Dunham was 16, The Times sent a reporter to cover her vegan dinner party.
Macklemore & Lewis and The Fray will each perform NFL Championship halftime shows this weekend
While The Fray is doing the Broncos-Patriots halftime, Macklemore & Lewis will perform at the 49ers-Seahawks game.
ABC confirms Hayley Atwell will be part of "Agent Carter"
The actress already played Peggy Carter in Captain America.
"Walking Dead" producers had a teen with one limb play a zombie prank on Norman Reedus
"Walking Dead" fan Nick Santonastasso, 17, had pulled this prank many times before, so producers flew him out to Tokyo to do it to Daryl Dixon.
Watch outtakes from Conan's Lyft trip with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart
Hart flashes his cash as Conan pays.
A day after the Academy dropped its array of surprises throughout its 24 categories, and notably the 10 crafts fields, it's time to reflect on what the months of build-up have left us with. A few trends come to mind…
Eric Church’s evocative new video for “Give Me Back My Hometown” hints at some deeper story than the song’s lyrics alone.
The mid-tempo, building track, from the lyrics, seems to strike out at some romantic interest who has skipped town, but her ghost remains and Church can’t walk through town without being haunted by the memory of everywhere they used to go, like the Pizza Hut.
In the Peter Zavadil-directed video, the story takes on a more sinister tone. It opens at a funeral and travels back in time as a murder mystery involving townies and carpetbaggers who come and take what isn’t theirs.
It leaves a lot of questions unanswered, some of which will probably be answered in future videos. For those under 20, that’s a cassette that the protagonist takes out of his car and tosses. We used to listen to music on them.
“Hometown” is the second single from Church’s new album, “The Outsiders,” which comes out Feb. 11.
While President of ABC Entertainment Group Paul Lee made lots of promises during his address to journalists at press tour, the most significant to graphic novel and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." fans stood out. Lady Sif (played by Jaimie Alexander in the "Thor" films) will be popping up on episode 15. "She's absolutely integral to this season... we're shooting it now, and Jaimie Alexander is great," Lee said. "[She adds] a really cool arc to this season." But that's not all.
ABC shortens "Killer Women's" run, sets "Dancing" premiere date
The low-rated "Killer Women" will end early so that "Mind Games" could premiere in February instead of March. Meanwhile, "Dancing with the Stars" returns March 17. PLUS: ABC to air "Toy Story That Time Forgot" this holiday season.
Jaimie Alexander is reprising her "Thor" character on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Lady Sif will make her debut on the 15th episode of the season.
"Last Comic Standing" won't have an open casting call, will instead feature talented rising comedians
It's part of a shakeup established by new executive producer Wanda Sykes.
"Reaper" creators are helming "Agent Carter" for ABC
Marvel has quietly hired "Reaper" co-creators Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas to develop the "Agent Carter" project.
Fox orders Spielberg's "Red Band Society" and "Runner"
One is a comedic soap about a group of teens who meet in a hospital, the other is a drama about arms dealing.
One of the very best things ABC aired last fall was the "Toy Story" Halloween special, "Toy Story OF TERROR!," a half-hour adventure featuring Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the gang (plus a few new characters like Combat Carl) stuck in a motel on a dark and stormy night when strange things were happening to the toys. Though the toys probably exhausted their usefulness for full-length films with the amazing "Toy Story 3," they're sill incredibly valuable for shorter stories like that one, which dealt with Jessie's claustrophobia and turned Mr. Pricklepants into the "Toy Story" version of Abed from "Community."
"TERROR!" was so good, in fact, that I hoped it would just be the first of many holiday specials, and today ABC granted that wish, announcing the new Christmas special "Toy Story That Time Forgot," which will air this year during the holidays.
Things aren't great on ABC. "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is doing OK, but it's not a smash. "The Goldbergs" is doing OK, but it's not a hit. "Super Fun Night" is running on fumes. "Back in the Game" is done. "Trophy Wife" is struggling. "Lucky 7" tanked. "Betrayal" tanked. "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" tanked. "The Assets" tanked. "Killer Women" tanked.
ABC Entertainment President Paul Lee drops by the Television Critics Association press tour on Friday (January 17) morning and we'll see what he has to say.
Click through for the full Q&A.
"The Michael J. Fox Show" hits a new low thanks to "Idol" competition
"American Idol" was down 13% from the premiere, but Fox's sitcom fell 35%.
"Orange is the New Black's" Michelle Hurst is out of her medically induced coma
The actress known for playing Miss Claudette is still recovering from last month's car accident.
ABC orders "Black-ish" starring Anthony Anderson
Anderson will star in a single-camera comedy pilot about an upper-middle class black man trying to raise his kids with a sense of cultural identity.
Here are Lena Dunham's Vogue pictures, unphotoshopped
Not too much work was done on the "Girls" star. PLUS: Dunham responds: "Some sh*t is just too ridiculous to engage."
Britain's "Sex Box" to be remade for American TV
On "Sex Box," couples have sex in a box on stage in front of a studio audience, followed by them sitting down and talking about what just happened -- watch it here.
Letterman is now referring to his future "Tonight Show" rival as "Little Jimmy Fallon"
David Letterman jokingly kept referring to "Little Jimmy Fallon" during an interview last night with Brian Williams.
Watch "The Walking Dead's" midseason trailer
Here's a 30-second glimpse of what to expect on Feb. 9.
Patton Oswalt is upset Epix screwed up his standup special
His "Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time" special was to debut online last night, but that didn't happen.
"Live with Kelly and Michael" is No. 1 daytime talk show for the 2nd straight week, topping "Dr. Phil"
Is this the start of a new daytime trend?
Conan gets awkward with his interns
Watch Conan O'Brien pretend to be a young hip guy.
Melissa McCarthy will be joined on "SNL" by Imagine Dragons
The Grammy-nominated alt-rock band will make its "Saturday Night Live" debut.