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Top Moments of the Week: A Seductive Glee, Idol Surprise and Loud Joe - Featured

Things went a little over the top this week. A fan got too enthusiastic at the U.S. Open, a congressman got kind of loud, and Melrose Place was Melrose Place (2009) . Welcome to Top Moments, wilding-out edition. 9. Wildest Prediction: The History Channel's premiere of Nostradamus Effect delves into the reputed seer's predictions of three Antichrists. Followers believe he correctly predicted Napoleon and Hitler as the first two Antichrists, but the show had us rolling our eyes at the theory that Antichrist No. 3 could be George W. Bush or President Obama. Because we all know it's Spencer Pratt. 8. Most Excessive Force: The second-season premiere of Sons of Anarchy ends with a group of masked men brutally raping Gemma. They seem to be part of a white separatist league whose leaders, played by Adam Arkin and Henry Rollins, want to send a message to SAMCRO. The scene is plenty horrifying, but we didn't really need another reason to root against the white separatists. 7. Most-Welcome Corpse: In a shocking (if you live under a rock) development, saucy minx Sydney Andrews (Laura Leighton) does a dead-man's float within the first 10 minutes of the premiere episode of Melrose Place (2009) , setting up a murder mystery that will reportedly stretch across most of the first season. Don't worry: Syd will stick around via flashbacks. 6. Best Kiss: Teen sensation Melanie Oudin may be the Cinderella story of this year's U.S. Open, but her come-from-behind, Russian-slaying victories didn't surprise us as much as what transpired after Rafael Nadal's fourth-round win over Gael Monfils. As Nadal changed his shirt, a man stormed the court to embrace the six-time Grand Slam champ. The man, who has since been charged with trespassing, also managed to give him a kiss before getting dragged away by security. Nadal didn't seem to mind. "For me, it wasn't a problem," he said at a news conference. "The guy was really nice." 5. Grift that Keeps on Giving Award: Guest-star Jeri Ryan reveals in the final scene of Leverage 's summer-season finale that she isn't a simple, buttoned-up lawyer, but rather a sexy grifter sent to help Nate & Co. in Sophie's absence. The best news: Ryan's character will be back for six more episodes in the winter. 4. Worst Introduction: After booting Ethan from 90210 after last season's finale, the show needed a big way to introduce West Bev newbie Teddy (Trevor Donovan). What the writers came up with was him bumping into Naomi and Silver on the tennis court and offering this goofy line: "I like the way you handle balls." An entire summer off and this the best they could do? 3. Best Choreography: McKinley High's glee club makes a memorable debut on Glee with a suggestive cover of Salt n Pepa's already suggestive "Push It." The number's graphic, instructional choreography successfully draws kids into the club while alienating one member of the faculty. "That was the single most offensive thing I've seen in 20 years of teaching," says cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch), "and that includes an elementary-school production of Hair." 2. Best-Timed Outburst: When's the last time a show business announcement blew your mind? Ellen Degeneres caught us totally off-guard this week with her announcement, on her show, that she'll be the new judge on American Idol . Congratulations to everyone involved on keeping a huge secret genuinely secret. 1. Worst-Timed Outburst: Have you ever been the person at a party caught shouting something embarrassing just as the music cuts out? Joe Wilson feels your pain. The South Carolina congressman got caught up in his emotions and loudly accused President Obama of lying this week - while the president was trying to address both houses of Congress and a live television audience about one of the most important issues of our time. Wilson's outburst elicited hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions for his opponent and earned denunciations from Democrats and Republicans alike. Oops. Source Here

Get To Know Your Gleeks! (& maybe a few spoilers)

Are you a "Glee" fan and want to know what the cast thinks about the show? Check out these short video interviews! Source

Ratings: Glee's Premiere Numbers Are Worth Singing About - Featured

Fox's relentlessly promoted Glee series premiere opened to the tune of 7.3 million viewers, and ruled the night in the key demographics. Glee got a bit of a head start thanks to President Obama's congressional address running into the 9 o'clock hour. The Obama speech pushed ABC's Wipeout back an hour, where it came in well below its average with 5 million viewers. Similarly, America's Got Talent pulled its lowest numbers this season, though its 9.7 million viewers was still enough to win the night overall. Not benefiting from the Obama address as much as perhaps expected were the fall debuts of So You Think You Can Dance and America's Next Top Model . The latter was watched by 3.2 million viewers, down 10 percent from the previous season-opener. Dance delivered 6.5 million viewers, a decent opening but a bit less than the show's two-hour season premiere back in May (8.3 million). Obama's speech averaged 21.2 million viewers across CBS, NBC and ABC, a 28 percent increase from his most recent prime-time address. Source Here

Glee Latest Episode: Season 1, Episode 2 - 'Showmance'

The Glee Club performs in front of the school for the first time. Watch & Discuss: Watch Glee Season 1, Episode 2 - 'Showmance' Read Glee's Review Season 1, Episode 2 - 'Showmance'

Preview of 'Glee' 1.03: Acafellas

Watch out for the guest appearances of singer Josh Groban and Victor Garber as himself and Will's father respectively. Read more.

Tonight's TV Hot List: Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009 - Featured

* So You Think You Can Dance (8/7c Fox) Since the fifth season ended just over a month ago on Aug. 6, there's hardly been time to catch your breath before the sixth season gets under way. But your gasping for air will be nothing compared to the panting by the dancers hoping to follow in the footsteps of past winners Nick Lazzarini, Benji Schwimmer, Sabra Johnson, Joshua Allen and Jeanine Mason, and that journey begins tonight with the first round of auditions. * America's Next Top Model (8/7c The CW ) Models are tall. Everyone knows that. But, as Tyra Banks points out in the Top Model 13th season premiere, Kate Moss and Jaime Rishar are only 5-foot-7. Hoping to join their ranks are 32 petite women - all 5-foot-7 or under - on tonight's fun two-hour premiere. Before the first hour concludes, the number is shortened to the 14 hopefuls who will compete for this year's top prize. Makeovers then take place, and the gals pose in a clever photo shoot that recreates and updates one of their childhood snapshots. Supermodel Chanel Iman appears as a guest judge. * Glee (9/8c Fox) In case you missed its sneak-peek premiere in May (or its repeats since) and haven't been tweeting with its characters, Glee is a high-school send-up from Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy that follows the ups and (mostly) downs of a school glee club. As you might suspect, "glee" is considered to be nerdy, so why is the football quarterback (Cory Monteith) in it? Folks who saw the pilot know: blackmail. But the show the kids put on tonight is anything but nerdy. * Leverage (9/8c TNT ) Just as Nate and his con-artist crew have sought positional advantage all season, so, too, has the series itself been doing some fine maneuvering lately. Tonight marks the summer finale, but the show is positioned to return this winter and it recently leveraged a third-season renewal. (Season 3 is scheduled to air next summer.) So, the good-guy scammers and schemers are moving forward, as they do tonight when they target a shady lawyer who's out to wrest control of his client's estate. Stepping up to the forefront of the power ploy is Parker, who masquerades as a long-lost daughter. Jeri Ryan and Peter Riegert guest star. * Real World (10/9c MTV ) The time has come for the cast mates to pack their bags and say adios to Cancun - and each other - as another season of this perennial reality series draws to a close. Their South of the Border stay may be winding down, but the drama is still heating up - especially with kicked-off cast member Joey making a surprise return. Some will welcome him back with open arms, and others (namely Ayiiia) not so much. Source Here

Glee's Matthew Morrison to "Bust a Move" - Featured

After Fox aired its spring preview of their new musical comedy Glee , viewers couldn't stop buzzing about McKinley High's "gleeks" and their high-octane version of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'". With the series gearing up for its full freshman run (starting Wednesday at 9/8c) with new songs and guest stars including Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber and Josh Groban, TVGuide.com caught up with Matthew Morrison - who plays the high school Spanish teacher-turned-Glee Club director, Will Schuester - to get the scoop on what's to come, his ad-libbed scenes with Jane Lynch and all the rapping he'll do this season. To Read More Click Here .

Glee Fans Get A Podcast Devoted To The Show

Gleek Squad Podcast became the first podcast devoted to Glee and you can subscribe on iTunes. The podcast has already interviewed various cast members of the show and even set costumer, Jessica Pazdernik. You can follow the podcast on Twitter @Gleeksquad Join the Facebook Group, "Gleek Squad Podcast" Become a friend on Myspace @gleepodcast Keep spreading the Glee!

Top Five Shows To Watch This Week: 'Melrose,' 'Glee' & More

This week the top 5 shows you should be watching will possibly reveal what object was involved in a hit-and-run on 90210 , who will compete for the $500,000 " Big Brother 11 " grand prize and show us a performance that will, once again, blow our minds. Viewers will also get to meet the newest people in our television lives - the cast of ' Melrose Place (2009) ' and the cast of 'Vampire Diaries.' Read More: Starpulse.com - Top Five Shows To Watch This Week: 'Melrose,' 'Glee' & More

GLEE, Episode 2: "Showmance" - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of GLEE "Showmance" episode 2 airing Wednesday, Sept. 9 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis: The Glee Club performs in front of the school for the first time and pushes their performance to the limits. When Quinn realizes Rachel's realizes her feelings for Finn, she goes to great lengths to keep her man. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester's wife reveals some surprising news, forcing Will to figure out a new way to make ends meet in Showmance, the season premiere episode of Glee airing Wednesday, Sept. 9 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source Here