05:51 PM EDT 04/11/2014
Originally posted 09/16/2012 07:30AM
Originally posted 09/07/2012 02:40PM
Can Theresa Caputo, aka the Long Island Medium, really communicate with your deceased loved ones?
She did with one of mine.
Well, it sure seemed like it, anyway, when I sat down to interview her Thursday. I'm what you might call a skeptical believer. I'd really like to believe that this type of spirit-to-earth communication is possible. But come on ... this lady from Long Island with the big hair is the lucky chosen one through which all of our loved ones can send messages?
But Caputo, (whose TLC series about her practicing her gift returns Sunday for its third season), was able to provide me with some very specific, personal information about my own passed loved one, and these aren't things that would show up in a Google search or even a background check on me. In short, I don't think she used any sort of trickery. At the very least, she's incredibly perceptive – spookily perceptive.
Originally posted 08/13/2012 02:15PM
From pageant princess to coupon queen!
This week on TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Alana (better known as Honey Boo Boo) and family hit their local Piggly Wiggly for a hilarious lesson in couponing.
Attempting to save some cash, mom June uses coupons and "quick math" to stock up on chocolate milk, mustard and more. (See a clip below.)
"It's even better than sex!" Alana's mom, June, says of her couponing addiction. "I taught myself, it's not that hard. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to coupon," she adds.
Originally posted 08/09/2012 10:15AM
Well, little Alana Thompson has arrived. But is this pint-size beauty-pageant star more Honey or more Boo Boo?
The first two episodes of TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo premiered Wednesday night, starring the 6-year-old former Toddlers & Tiaras star and her "cr-azy" Georgia family – dad Sugar Bear, mom June and big sisters Pumpkin, Chickadee and Chubbs.
They go to the Redneck Games. They prepare Alana for pageants. They go to auctions to buy junk food for the family. And by and large, they leave viewers aghast with behavior that reinforces the worst stereotypes of Southern culture.
Originally posted 08/07/2012 05:45PM
Originally posted 08/03/2012 06:00PM
Sure, the Summer Olympics are awesome. But not long from now, they'll come to a close and then what can we watch?
Three words: Honey Boo Boo.
The outspoken, outrageous breakout star from Toddlers & Tiaras now has her own show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, and it debuts Aug. 8 at 10 p.m. ET – just in time to transition into your post-Games TV drought.
In this exclusive clip, we meet 6-year-old H.B.B. (aka Alana) and her self-professed "cra-zy family," including her father, nicknamed 'Sugar Bear.'
Originally posted 08/02/2012 07:00PM
From churning butter to churning out the drama.
A new reality show will document the lives of five young people as they leave their small towns to discover themselves in the big city.
But it's not a remake of The Hills. It's TLC's Breaking Amish – and its stars are leaving their Amish and Mennonites communities.
Different from Rumspringa – the period of time when an Amish adolescent decides whether or not to join the church – Jeremiah, Kate, Abe, Rebecca and Sabrina travel to New York City to grapple with their identities and plan for their futures.
Originally posted 06/26/2012 04:40PM
Originally posted 01/11/2012 04:30PM
Originally posted 12/01/2011 08:00PM
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