The contestants aren't the only ones revving their engines as another season of RuPaul's Drag Race returns Monday night. Season 7 also brings two new judges: Ross Mathews and Carson Kressley, who will join host RuPaul for "the most raggedy season ever."
For Mathews, an self-proclaimed superfan, joining the panel "really is a dream come true."
E! News's red carpet correspondent, 35, tells PEOPLE, "I don't know that I've ever been more qualified for anything else in my entire life. Not only do I watch this show on the regs … I somehow always end up at the drag show [in any town I visit]. These are my people. I know what makes a good drag queen, and I certainly have an opinion about it."
Usually, chocolate is a good thing, but on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta it wasn't so sweet for Phaedra Parks.
"The 'whore-pocracy' of this group is disgusting," Cynthia Bailey said, after telling Kenya Moore and Claudia Jordan at a wine-tasting about the text messages that Parks's husband, Apollo Nida, said he had discovered on his wife's cell that he believed showed she was having an affair with a man named Chocolate. "Over the past few years, Phaedra has had an issue with telling the truth."
When Anna and Josh Duggar started guessing the sex of their fourth child, expected to arrive in early July, they found a family divided.
"Josh thought it was a boy, I thought it was a girl," Anna, 26, tells PEOPLE. And the couple's kids Mackynzie, 5, Michael, 3, and Marcus, 1?
In "Remember," Glenn (Steven Yeun) said it best when he told the survivors' de facto new leader: "We need to make this work. ... We were almost out there too long."
It wasn't new information, of course, but that reality was present in every single one of Team Rick's interactions with the denizens of the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Led by Deanna Monroe (Tovah Feldshuh), their new home was almost too idyllic for any of them to trust.
"People out there are always looking for an angle," Rick (Andrew Lincoln) told Deanna. "Looking to play on your weakness. They measure you by what they can take from you." Indeed, on this week's episode of The Walking Dead, we were reminded that Team Rick is still very much the "people out there."
It was a Glee-ful night in Hollywood on Saturday night as many of the hit Fox series cast members such as Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Chord Overstreet along with the series creator Ryan Murphy attended the Family Equality Council Dinner.