Bob Barker's still got it!
For the Aug. 28 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, Barker appears in a rather strange role: playing himself, in an homage to his hilarious cameo in the 1996 movie Happy Gilmore.
For his appearance on the CBS daytime drama, Barker throws several punches – complete with awesome sound effects – after a heated argument with actor Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer).
"I thought it was a wonderful idea because Happy Gilmore is still playing on television frequently and everybody loved that fight scene," Barker tells PEOPLE.
When Pat O'Brien set out to write the story of his "big life" – his star-studded career in TV, the drinking that destroyed it and the four rehab trips it took to get sober – he wanted to be truthful. Brutally so.
"Most people try to sugar coat what happened and make their books a 'love me more' and 'here's what's next,' " the former CBS Sports, Access Hollywood and Insider broadcaster tells PEOPLE of his new memoir, I'll Be Right Back After This.
"I've had such a big life and I almost died. Recovery has taught me to be honest about it."
From birthday suit to lawsuit.
Dating Naked cast member Jessie Nizewitz is suing VH1's parent company Viacom for breach of contract after the network aired uncensored au naturel footage of Nizewitz to shocked viewers of the titillating reality show.
The complaint, which was filed in Manhattan, also takes two production companies to task for broadcasting a clip in July during which a shot of Nizewitz's crotch was not blurred out.
Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart have remained close after their spilt, but that doesn't mean the former couple are planning on giving it a second chance.
In fact, Lopez doesn't have a dating plan at all.
During a stop by Chelsea Lately on Thursday, the performer, 45, gave host Chelsea Handler some insight into her dating life and techniques. Turns out, Lopez likes to keep it simple when seeking out a new relationship.
Everyone's favorite meth-related drama, Breaking Bad, is up for 16 Emmys this year.
To help celebrate, DeviantArt has rounded up some of the best Breaking Bad fan art. The site's users imagine Walt and Co. as inhabitants of the Simpsons universe, South Park, and even Gotham City.
Check them out below: