After Melissa Rycroft was publicly jilted on the 13th season of The Bachelor, surely the road to true love with husband Tye Strickland would be much easier, right?
In an exclusive clip from Tuesday's My Crazy Love, re-enactors help Rycroft, 31, play out some of the most embarrassing details of her stop-and-start courtship with Strickland, whom she met in 2005 and married in 2009.
The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore premiered Monday, and despite taking over from Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report timeslot, Wilmore simply plays himself – or a more exhausted-by-it-all version thereof.
It's hard to blame him, really.
Originally titled The Minority Report, the satirical news show is more similar to Jon Stewart's Daily Show, but with a focus on issues important to people of color – a debut that's especially prescient in light of Ferguson and the Eric Garner case.
The Walking Dead offers up a little hope amid the increasingly grim zombie apocalypse. A little.
In this newly released midseason return trailer for the hit AMC series, tempered optimism threads the entire promo with the words "BEYOND FEAR" and "FIND HOPE" emblazoned on the screen as the action builds to a climax.
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) continues a solid record of grizzled-fortune-cookie leadership as he delivers bittersweet pep talks like "We do what we need to do and then we get to live" and "I know we'll be okay because this is how we survive."
Joan Rivers made one of her final television appearances on Monday's episode of The Celebrity Apprentice.
It was a surprisingly subdued appearance for Rivers, who won her season of the reality competition in 2009. Known for her quick wit and sharp tongue, Rivers spent most of the episode's first hour – during which she served as a guest in Donald Trump's famed boardroom – on the sidelines as the teams scrabbled to pull together a mobile shoe boutique.
Monday's episode marks the first of multiple appearances, with another set for February, that Rivers filmed for the show before her sudden death in September at the age of 81.
Jonathan Knight has traveled the world as a member of New Kids on the Block, but he's not sure anything could prepare him for competing on The Amazing Race with his boyfriend, Harley Rodriguez.
"This is probably going to be the most time that we've been together continually," Knight tells PEOPLE about spending more than three weeks traveling with Rodriguez on the 26th installment of the CBS reality competition show. "I don't know if I am looking forward to that much time together with him. It's going to be interesting."
In fact, since meeting through a mutual friend in 2008 (when Knight was in Los Angeles working on the NKOTB reunion album and tour), the couple have come to relish their time apart.
He may have found fame in Beverly Hills, 90210, but Ian Ziering has set his sights on another zip code these days. Ziering relocated to New York City to vie for the title on Donald Trump's Celebrity
Apprentice. Besides being a clothing entrepreneur – though he's also Chippendales-approved and ready for any tasks that require shirtlessness – Ziering has one major edge one his opponents: Have they ever faced off against a throng of sharks? That is, not in the boardroom …
Follow Ziering on Twitter and check back for his exclusive blog posts on PEOPLE.com after each episode of The Celebrity Apprentice.
If the Shoe Fits...Our sixth project was to build a step van into a mobile shoe display for the Ivanka Trump shoe collection currently sold at Nordstrom department stores. Kenya Moore was our project manager, and she was well-suited for the task. This girl knows shoes! Every day she wore a killer set of dogs that demanded attention.
Kenya knew what she wanted and was very good at doling out responsibility. We had to furnish the van, shop furniture rental stores for displays, come up with slogans and put together graphic art. I was able to locate an event planner who was instrumental in getting me a huge video screen to display all the shoes I photographed as well as set up a link to the embedded screen that was visible on the outside of the truck. Team Infinity worked very well together.
It's "Family First" for Kim Kardashian.
Though the reality star, 34, is famous for her selfies, she stepped (or sat) to the side on Monday in a cozy Instagram snapshot featuring her stepfather, Bruce Jenner, surrounded by his four "daddy's girls" Kendall, 19, Kylie, 17, Kourtney, 35, and Khloe, 30.
Several of the famous siblings also posted about the intimate moment, and Kendall posted a "sister selfie" apparently taken right before the group portrait.
Live from New York, it's J.K. Simmons!
After 20 years as a character actor in films like Juno and on shows like Oz, Simmons is finally hitting it big with the critically acclaimed Whiplash, which just earned him a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Chris Soules is the Bachelor! After a bittersweet exit from Andi Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette, the farmer from Arlington, Iowa, is searching for love once again on ABC's hit franchise. Chris, 33, will be blogging for PEOPLE.com every week about the women, the dates and the difficult decisions he'll make on his journey to love. So check back each week, and follow Chris on Twitter.
So, picture this: It's 7 a.m., the morning after my second rose ceremony as the Bachelor, and I'm passed out. Rose ceremony nights are exhausting, and I probably only got to sleep at about 5 a.m. I'm deep in sleep, and suddenly I hear my name being called, over and over again. I finally muster the energy to open my eyes and Jimmy FREAKING Kimmel is standing there. I honestly thought I was still dreaming.
On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jimmy Kimmel stopped by to insert himself into the activities and, most importantly, bestow upon the house an "Amazing Jar," into which the contestants – and Chris Soules himself – had to deposit one dollar every time they said the word "amazing."
We don't know how many dollars ended up in that jar, but probably one hundred thousand, give or take.
Kimmel made his debut on the episode by entering Chris's temporary home and waking him from a shirtless slumber. "What the f---," said Chris, pointing in Kimmel's face. In that moment, Chris basically summed up the episode ahead.
(Later, they shared a shower.)