Actor Paul Walker died Saturday afternoon following a single-car accident in Los Angeles. He was 40.
Dreama Walker and Krysten Ritter
The Dawson's Creek reunion isn't the only highlight coming our way on Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 this season. In fact, this week's Halloween episode may even put the season premiere to shame as we finally get to see a softer side of the ABC comedy's titular character. That's right, the B is getting some L-- love that is. TVGuide.com hit the set of Apartment 23 to get the scoop on Chloe's (Krysten Ritter) new love interest. Plus: Will there be love for June (Dreama Walker), too?
Krysten Ritter and James Van Der Beek
James Van Der Beek is getting good at playing James Van Der Beek.
After spending a few years out of the limelight (and debatably in the "has-been" category), the Dawson's Creek star began his comeback in 2011 by capitalizing on his character's signature ugly cry. A year later, Van Der Beek is back at it, playing a smarmy yet extremely charming caricature of himself on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23.
"We run with it," Van Der Beek tells TVGuide.com "Fake me goes on fake Dancing with the Stars. There's a sex tape me and Chloe (Krysten Ritter) make that gets released."
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Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23
Are you ready to watch a comedy in which James Van Der Beek plays a fictionalized version of himself replete with Dawson's Creek and Varsity Blues jokes?
Well, you don't have to wait for the April 11 series premiere of Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23 because ABC has released the full first episode and you can watch it right now! The show stars Dreama Walker as a small-town girl who moves to New York and is hustled by her nightmare of a roommate, played by Krysten Ritter.
Exclusive: James Van Der Beek joins Dancing with the Stars... on Apartment 23
And seriously, who doesn't love a good Beek joke? Watch the premiere below and hit the comments with your thoughts on the new series:
Carter Oosterhouse and Amy Smart
Amy Smart and HGTV's Carter Oosterhouse have gotten married, Us Weekly reports.
The couple swapped vows Saturday before 215 guests in Oosterhouse's hometown of ...
Carter Oosterhouse and Amy Smart
Amy Smart is enjoying another benefit of being green: Her fiancé.
The Just Friends star and HGTV's Carter Oosterhouse are engaged, reports Us Weekly. The couple met at a green-charity event in November 2010.
Et tu, Schruté? Let this be a lesson to us all backstabbing and waffles simply do not mix. Dwight's attempt at a violent overthrow of the Scranton branch blows up in his face for a myriad of reasons: Jan's aversion to him in general ("You should talk to Michael and he'll talk to me and that way we don't have to speak to each other."); his fellow employees' lack of faith in him (as Pam put it, "I have this old vacuum cleaner that's broken. If Dwight doesn't work out, maybe that could be manager."); and, perhaps most obviously, his egregious error in daring to disparage Michael's car. Betrayal is one thing, but smack-talk a man's Sebring convertible and brother, it's go time. Fortunately, there's no dust-up so severe that it can't be resolved with equal parts groveling, hugging-it-out-b*tch and some good old-fashioned workplace shaming. If Dunder-Mifflin was a little more like Neptune High, I guarantee Dwight would have found himself duct-taped to the flagpole on front cam...