April 2008

Wednesday, April 30 at 8pm ET/PT

While watching sports with Kenny, Eddie gets choked up. This leads Eddie to attempt, with Joy’s help, to reconnect with his emotions when he realizes he doesn’t have emotion for the special moments in his own life such as the birth of his child. Eddie’s neighbours also help him to feel his emotional side, much to Eddie’s dismay. Joy and Steph are mortified at Eddie’s lack of connection.

Tuesday, April 29 at 10pm ET/PT

Stark faces a formal disbarment hearing, and while he awaits the verdict a back-room deal with the State Attorney’s office may save him if he and his team can put away the people responsible for Sarah Belkin’s 1996 murder.

Tuesday, April 29 at 9pm ET/PT

Denny Crane falls hard for cattle rancher Sunny Fields (Christine Ebersole, Tony Award winner for “Grey Gardens”), who hires him to sue the FDA in order to stop the sale of cloned meat. Meanwhile, when Shirley Schmidt’s nephew – a pledged delegate – informs her that he’s going to vote for another presidential candidate than the one his state voted for, she enlists the aid of Alan Shore to take him and the Democratic National Party to court.

Tuesday, April 29 at 8pm ET/PT

Two members of the NCIS team are sent to Baghdad to investigate a Mortar attack that turned into a murder investigation.

Monday, April 28 at 8pm ET/PT

A woman’s car is run off the road and she is killed, but her baby miraculously survives the accident. Booth and Brennan go to the woman’s hometown to try to find out who’s responsible for running her car off the road. Bones, with help from Booth, takes care of the baby until the team finds out who killed the mother.

Sunday, May 4 at 9pm ET/PT

After a visit to the vet with Brian, Chris falls for lovely intern Anna (guest voice Amanda Bynes, top right) and Peter finds his inner pirate when he gets a pet parrot.

Monday, April 28 at 9pm ET/PT

House copes with a patient whose symptoms conceal a greater problem, but spends much of his time dodging Cuddy’s orders to give performance reviews, and fighting with Amber over who gets to spend more time with Wilson.

Sheila is complaining about how cold the water is in the HoH challenge. It probably doesn’t also help that she’s afraid of water.

Adam taunts Sheila and says that despite that, she’s still in the house even though she came so close to being sent out the door.

Ryan believes that he doesn’t have blood on his hands over Sharon as it was Adam that evicted Sharon.

1 hour before the eviction, Adam came to Ryan to talk about voting out Sharon. Adam was adamant that she would win if she made it to the final two.

Ryan and Adam are sure that it would be easier to beat the 46 year old women than Sharon. Sheila can’t believe she is in the final 3. But she wants to go to the final two with Adam.

Ryan and Adam’s plan was to taunt Sheila and try and knock her off her board. She can’t hold out and decides to drop so that she can have her strength for the final competition.

Adam drops out to try and earn some trust back. Ryan appreciates it.

Adam and Sheila have to fight it out for the right to face of against Ryan in round three of the HoH competition.

For the second round, they have to race to get balls through a maze in the correct order while being inside a giant hamster wheel.

Sheila completed the maze in 33:26. Adam did it in 14:55 and takes the win.

Sheila and Adam talk and once again begs to be taken to the final two.

Adam seems pretty confident that he’s going to win the $500,000 but Ryan is once again a little concerned. Adam is sure that he’s in the final two either way now.

They face off and Ryan takes it out for the final time and will now have to quickly decide whether to evict Adam or Sheila.

At the vote, Sheila once again bawls her eyes out as she pleads her case to be kept.

Ryan casts his vote and Sheila is cut. Ryan and Adam make the final two.

Julie Chen refers to them as the “bromance”. On Sunday, it’s the grand finale as the seven jury members will reunite to crown the winner of Big Brother – til death do us part

Sharon is upset about being on the block. Sharon wants to be in the final three with Sheila and Ryan as she doesn’t trust Adam. She’s stressing about being on the block.

Sheila tells Sharon that they need to win the PoV because if they don’t, then they’re screwed.

Adam talks to Ryan and they want to go to the final three with Sharon. Ryan talks to Sharon about Adam. She wants him gone.

Adam talks to Sheila and she is mad. She wants him to support her but she can’t trust him despite him saying that he would keep her over Sharon if he wins the power of veto.

Big Brother calls Sheila and Adam to the diary room to put on their shackles. Ryan loves the fact that they’re tied together. Sheila wants Ryan to get Adam out. It really is a love hate relationship these two have.

Sharon talks to Ryan about needing to break up Sheila and Adam. While they talk about them being the only original couple left in the game, Sheila and Adam talk and Sheila says they are both deserving of the money and could do amazing things with it.

At the final Power of Veto competition of the season it’s a race to the finish. Ryan wanted to win purely because he’s a power whore. He takes it out and has the ultimate control in the game. He now controls who will get the final say as to who will cast the vote to evict.

Ryan and Adam talk and Ryan wants to know that he and Sheila don’t have anything going on.

Adam puts something to Sharon that if he saves her then she’ll take him to the final two. She isn’t sure about his proposal and wants to talk to Ryan about it. Adam, for the first time, wonders if there is something going on between them. Sharon tells Ryan and again raises the concerns that he and Sheila have a plan together.

Sheila talks to Adam and tells him that she has always had his back and hopes that he has hers.

Ryan confronts Adam about what Sharon told him but he is adamant that it’s them together going to the final two. Ryan just isn’t sure he can trust him any more.

At the veto meeting, Ryan has decided that he wont use the veto leaving Adam with the decision as to who is leaving. Sheila is emotional at the thought of leaving. Adam announces that he’s evicting Sharon. Sheila blubs away as she’s been thrown another lifeline.

At the final HoH competition, Ryan gets to compete again. The winner of the HoH will earn a spot in the final two and will ultimately decide who they will sit next two. There are three rounds. The winner of the first round will progress to the final round. The other two will face off for a place in the playoff for HoH.

John Pungente, an internationally acclaimed media education expert, writer, and teacher, explores the art of filmmaking in the new series Beyond the Screen. With each 30-minute episode examining a contemporary theatrical release, Beyond the Screen encourages viewers to analyze films and enriches their movie-viewing experience. Beyond the Screen premieres Sunday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT on Bravo! with a look at the upcoming blockbuster, Speed Racer.

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