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'Rattlesnake Republic' Record: Most Rattlesnakes In Mouth

Jackie Bibby holds all kinds of rattlesnake-related records, but he went for a new one on the latest episode of "Rattlesnake Republic." He's already climbed into a sleeping bag with more of the venomous snakes than anyone (109 of them), and shared a bathtub with more than anyone (195 for that one). Show More Summary

'Outback Hunters': Man Bit By Thrashing Croc (VIDEO)

Mick Burbidge got ahead of himself on "Outback Hunters," and it nearly cost him a lot. With the croc captured, but not fully subdued, Mick put his hand on the side of the crocodile. The thrashing beast managed to sink its teeth into his hand, drawing blood. Show More Summary

'Bamazon': Risking Vampire Fish Up The Urethra

The Alabama boys of "Bamazon" ran into a real problem on the latest installment of their quest for gold in the Amazon. When a barge got stuck on a rock, crewman Chris Gamble saw no other solution than to try and dislodge it manually....Show More Summary

'Sister Wives': Kody In Trouble Over The Word 'Obey'

There was a time when "obey" was a part of most women's wedding vows, but that time is not now. Still, when Kody Brown got a little tired during a road trip on "Sister Wives," he threw that expectation out there. Needless to say, it didn't go over all that well. Show More Summary

TV REVIEW: Homeland Finale - How WILL Carrie Explain Herself?

After a series of shark-jumping, hand-wringing (and hand-stabbing) 'Homeland' returned in its final episode to the personal, not the political, on which the first series, and its Israeli ancestor, were founded. And it saved its best trick for last. Show More Summary

TV REVIEW: Loving Miss Hatto - Everyone Should Have A Barry In Their Lives

From the pen of Victoria Wood came this moving and memorable drama about the life of Joyce Hatto, a piano-playing virtuoso who never quite fulfilled her dreams, and the devotion of her husband Barrington 'Barry' Coupe, tireless and mischievous in his efforts to bring his wife's music to her fans in the swansong of their lives, by fair means or foul. Show More Summary

Caryn Brooks: Blondes Might Have More Fun But Brunettes Have More Crowns

As Olivia Culpo took her predictable winner's walk down the runway as the first Miss USA to win Miss Universe in 15 years, she was -- as they all are-- smiling, crying and fidgeting to keep her crown in place. But something else was different. Show More Summary

A Holiday Gift From 'Community'

Sure it's not claymation, but 'Community's' sneak peek video is a pretty sweet holiday gift. To remind us of the show's return on Feb. 7, our "good friend Joel McHale" (don't tease us) gave us a clip featuring... kittens! Cast members...Show More Summary

Jesse James Expresses Support For NRA

In the aftermath of the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, countless celebrities have joined millions of Americans in a plea for gun control -- Jesse James is not one of those celebrities. The former reality show host took to...Show More Summary

Hollywood Blasts AMC After 'Walking Dead' Shakeup

AMC has caused an uproar in Hollywood after announcing that "The Walking Dead" will be renewed for a fourth season, but that Glen Mazzara, the showrunner and executive producer, would be leaving the series. "My time as showrunner onShow More Summary

What Was The Year's Biggest TV Moment?

NEW YORK — What was TV like in 2012? As with every year, it was a mix of the ridiculous and the sublime, the sacred and the profane. A TV-centric political season provided many memorable moments (President Barack Obama's missing-in-action debate performance; Clint Eastwood's empty-chair duet). Show More Summary

FIRST LOOK: Jillian Michaels Gets Emotional Back On 'The Biggest Loser'

"The Biggest Loser" is back with Jillian Michaels and for the first time kid contestants. The three teen participants will serve as ambassadors who can hopefully inspire other kids to get healthy, according to NBC. Instead of focusing on shedding the pounds, the teen participants will be on the show to get healthier. Show More Summary

Maureen Ryan: The Rise Of 'The Walking Dead' - And The End Of Auteur TV?

The premise of "The Walking Dead" is that any character can die, at any time. Apparently that's true of "The Walking Dead's" showrunners as well. Glen Mazzara didn't die, of course, but the showrunner/executive producer has left the series, which has unsurprisingly been renewed for a fourth season. Show More Summary

Did 'Say Yes To The Dress' Ruin Kleinfeld?

Disgruntled brides have slammed TLC's reality show Say Yes to the Dress for turning one of Manhattan's classic bridal stores into a tourist trap.

WATCH: Maybe 'Fox & Friends' Should Have Googled Their Santa First

At this point, "Fox & Friends" has to be doing Christmas more harm than good. In its most absurd defense against the war on Christmas yet, the morning show had Santa Claus himself stop by on Thursday to explain why he refuses to say "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas". Show More Summary

WATCH: Is It The End Of The World On 'EastSiders'?

A new web series is taking a dark, comic look at one gay couple's relationship. In "EastSiders," writer/director Kit Williamson stars as Cal, a gay man who discovers his boyfriend Thom (Van Hansis, best known for his work on "As The World Turns") has been cheating on him with Jeremy (Matthew McKelligon). Show More Summary

AMC Renews 'The Walking Dead,' But With A Big Change

"The Walking Dead" has been renewed by AMC for Season 4, but Glen Mazzara will not return as showrunner. "My time as showrunner on 'The Walking Dead' has been an amazing experience, but after I finish Season 3, it's time to move on," Mazarra said in a statement. Show More Summary

Kevin Jonas & Danielle Deleasa Address Pesky Baby Rumors, Talk Marriage For HuffPost's #nofilter

These days, our knowledge of celebrities too often originates with paparazzi images and snarky quotes by anonymous "insiders." After a while, it's easy to forget that stars are real people. That's why HuffPost Celebrity decided to launch its all-new #nofilter quick-fire question and answer series. Show More Summary

WATCH: 2012's Top Moments In Comedy

HuffPost Live devoted a segment to 2012's Top Comedy Moments, and host Marc LaMont Hill was joined by HuffPost Comedy deputy editor Ross Luippold. Check out an abbreviated version of the segment in the clip above, and head over to HuffPost Live to see the whole thing.

Showtime Orders 'The Vatican,' Ridley Scott To Direct

Showtime has ordered "The Vatican," a contemporary drama thriller centered around the Catholic church, the network announced Thursday. "The Vatican" is the cable network's first pilot order for 2013, written by Oscar-nominated Paul Attanasio and set to be directed by Sir Ridley Scott. Show More Summary

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