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What happens when an Olympic champion, a boy band member, a comedian and a boxer get into the kitchen together?

That question as answered on the latest edition of Chopped: All-Stars, as Johnny Weir competed against Joey Fatone, Judy Gold and Laila Ali for the chance to win $50,000 for charity.

Chopped Stars

These amateur cooks were tasked with creating an appetizer recipe, a dinner recipe and a dessert recipe out of such unusual ingredients as avocados, sweet orange gelatin cups and circus peanuts.

Who came out on top? Who moved on to the finals? Whose grilled chicken tenders were simply not up to par?

Visit our friends at Food Fanatic now for a full Chopped: All-Stars review!

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Two and a Half Men has been renewed for an 11th season by CBS.

Stars Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have each inked one-year deals to return, while Angus T. Jones will appear at least part-time this fall.

New Two and a Half Men Stars

His future had been in doubt since Angus T. Jones ranted against the show, calling it "filth" and saying he wanted to leave in a 2012 video.

That hatchet has been buried, however. While the 19-year-old will likely go to college after this season, he'll recur on Men when available.

Excited for an 11th year of Two and a Half Men - which will now go at least three seasons after Charlie Sheen's epic flameout? Sound off!

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The CW is officially taking viewers to New Orleans.

Following last night's backdoor pilot of The Originals, the network has ordered this Vampire Diaries to series for the fall. It will appear on the 2013-2014 schedule.

Originals Poster

And so will Beauty and the Beast and Hart of Dixie, both of which were also renewed by The CW.

These shows join Arrow, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries as programs that have been picked up by the network. No word yet on Nikita or The Carrie Diaries.

But it's not looking good for either.

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Fox has pulled a Family Guy episode from the Internet for a very understandable reason:

It depicts its main character causing several deaths at the Boston Marathon.

Family Guy Family

At one point during the installment, Peter Griffin is asked by Bob Costas about his performance at the event. The cartoon then flashes to Peter running down runners wit his car.

Later on, Peter befriends a terrorist and accidentally blows up a bridge.

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The Vampire Diaries’ has cast its latest bad guy, the immortal and mysterious Silas.

Actor Scott Parks has been cast in the role, which will be pivotal this spring.

Scott Parks Photo

It was unclear, given the events of the past few episodes - warning, Vampire Diaries spoilers ahead! - if the ancient witch would ever reveal his true self.

Silas can take on any form, an ability he's already put to good use and surely will again as the CW series' fourth season gears up for its finale May 16.

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So much for those Alec Baldwin talk show rumors.

Just days after rumors swirled that the ex-30 Rock star might be taking over for Carson Daly at 1:35 a.m. on NBC, the network has renewed Last Call for a 13th season.

Carson Daly Photograph

"We are thrilled to continue our relationship with Carson who has broken the mold, creating  his own unique late-night show format with Last Call," NBC President of Alternative and Late Night Programming Paul Telegdy said in a statement.

"The show has  become a platform for emerging artists - and Carson's engaging interview style has made it the place for insightful conversations with an eclectic group of new stars as well as established icons and news makers."

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ABC's The Bachelor dominates the TV "dating" genre. Just owns it.

Often imitated, never duplicated, this is just a fact at this point.

It's clear that NBC's Ready For Love, which premiered last night, is throwing everything but the kitchen sink against the wall and seeing what sticks.

Ready For Love

The Eva Longoria-produced (?!) dating series references The Bachelor condescendingly at times, all while tripling down on the same exact concept.

By having three eligible bachelors instead of one, plus matchmakers to help guide them and Giuliana and Bill Rancic as hosts ... OMG, it's different!

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