Actress Kate Hudson; reality star Laverne Cox.
Prepare for a curious ménage à trois in the kitchen. Mo-rae, happily married to her childhood sweetheart, struggles to remain loyal when a handsome and charismatic chef moves in to help her husband start up a French restaurant of his dreams.
While attending the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, the gang ends up doing some unexpected babysitting when a woman leaves her boy with Jack.
Waldemar Januszczak continues his investigation of the Impressionists by taking us outdoors to their most famous locations. Although Impressionist pictures often look sunny and relaxed, achieving this peaceful air was hard work.
Jack is devastated when he receives a letter from Wally explaining that she has left him, the bar, and the country. Dana Palladino enters the scene as the new spitfire chef at the Blue Shamrock.
we recap the greatest moments and fashion from the Emmy Awards, Leonardo DiCaprio finally does the Ice Bucket Challenge, & Big Al and Jenna do something you have to see to believe!
Thom discusses suburban poverty with The Brookings Institution's Elizabeth Kneebone and in tonight's "Daily Take" Thom discusses how a carbon tax would help slow the melting of our planet's ice sheets.
Much to his displeasure, Jack is temporarily assigned to his newspaper's style beat and covers the closing of a department store.
Jack thinks a woman is flirting with him, so he makes a bet with Dana that he can get the woman's phone number before she leaves.
Jack takes a few punches after a couple of macho patrons hit on Dana, and an old-fashioned barroom brawl breaks out at the Blue Shamrock.
Waldemar looks in considerable depth at the work of Georges Seurat, taking into consideration his academic training at the Beaux-Arts School in Paris and the artists that influenced him, such as Piero della Francesca and Puvis de Chavannes.
Dana's best friend comes to town and warms up to Jack. When she feels a "spark" for another guy, she drop Jack cold and asks Dana handle the mess.
After Kip is nominated for a daytime television award, he invites the gang to the ceremonies and asks Dana to be his date. Monty Hall makes a guest appearance as himself.
With Jack still heartbroken over Wally, the gang holds a get-together hoping to put Jack and Dana together. But it is far too soon for Jack.
Dana's dinner invitation to Jack is not just a kind gesture as she has a secret agenda—she needs help moving furniture.
A modern love story broken up into three different perspectives: His, Hers, and Theirs.
Jordan Peele and Chelsea Peretti are T-O-G-E-T-H-E-R!! Like, sexually.
Theresa catches JJ and Paige in a compromising position.
Cable cutters may save money, but they have a harder time getting all the shows they want. That’s why Personal Tech Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler likes the new Roku TV, a smart set that’s also one of the cheapest.
The cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was holding on Wednesday after they agreed to their first open-ended truce after seven weeks of military confrontation. Photo: Getty
The Winter Soldier directing duo the Russo brothers discuss their progress on Captain America 3 and making sure to surprise the audience.
The WSJ’s Lee Hawkins discusses the strong likelihood that Jessica Alba’s non-toxic products company, Honest Company, will do an initial public offering after an announcement that the company received a $70 million round of financing. Photo: Getty
HitFix sat down with Jennifer Aniston to chat about her upcoming film 'Life of Crime' and her love of doing independent films.
Nathan & Dante find a newspaper clipping with Frisco's picture circled.
John Stamos takes a Full Frontal selfie & Simon Cowell hits a nude beach!
Photo- and video-sharing app Snapchat has been valued at $10 billion, but what makes the company worth so much to investors?
Mai Quynh created the makeup for Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt for the Emmys, as well as Chloe Grace Moretz's look the VMAs. She joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with red carpet make up tips. Photo: Getty
The Ice Bucket Challenge is still appearing on Facebook and Twitter feeds but how long can it last? The WSJ's Deborah Kan speaks to digital marketing consultant Jay Oatway about the viral campaign that some already wish would go away.
Nina stands up from her wheelchair to give Silas a striptease that leads to a moment of passion.
You don’t have to sit there and hit delete and unsubscribe all day. WSJ Personal Technology Columnist Joanna Stern tests services that let you sweep out unwanted marketing emails without breaking a sweat. Photo/Video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal
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