The latest report in the Khloe Kardashian-Lamar Odom drama: TMZ reports that divorce is "inevitable," but that Khloe hasn't pulled the trigger because she's afraid it will push Lamar over the edge and cause him to overdose or commit suicide. The reality star is apparently putting all plans to file for separation on hold until she can help Lamar get through his substance abuse issues. That being said, Khloe is still wearing her wedding ring and recently tweeted, "Speculate all you want." Presumably, she was responding to the onslaught of stories about her troubled marriage.
Alicia Keys has unabashedly voiced her belief in extraterrestrials. In an interview with BuzzFeed, the 14-time Grammy winner says that the existence of aliens is obvious: "Haven’t all of us seen something flying in the sky, and it’s at some random time of night that doesn’t make sense, and it’s not the shape of a plane?" Keys also that she would go to space with an alien, but only if she got a good feeling from it: "I would have to feel the alien's vibe. It had to be the right vibe. If it was one of those crazy, nutso dudes my brother watches — he always wants me to watch these movies with him and I’m like, No! — I wouldn’t go with that one."
In a new interview with Sports Spectrum, Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson claims that A&E has edited the show unfairly, bleeping out words that were not curses and removing any mention of Jesus in family prayers: "They inserted fake bleeps, like someone had used profanity, but no one had used profanity. The other thing was when we prayed we said, 'In Jesus' name, amen.' They would just have me say, 'And thank you Lord for the food, thank you for loving us, amen.'" According to Robertson, it was because the network didn't want to "offend some of the Muslims, or something." A&E has no comment on Robertson's claims.
After Earth, The Hangover Part III, Butcher Boys, The Lifeguard, Nothing Left to Fear, Much Ado About Nothing, The Purge, Stuck in Love and Zombie Hunter are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Coulson and his team race to locate and save a kidnapped scientist; the agents are pushed to their limits when their plan goes awry)
Season Premiere-The Biggest Loser on NBC at 8 American Idol season 2 winner Ruben Studdard finished the 2003 singing competition heavier than when he began, and he packed on even more pounds as his career took off. Still, the Velvet Teddy Bear remained at peace with his size when he tipped the scale at 462 pounds, which made him the heaviest contestant in the weight-loss series' 15th season.
The Voice on NBC (The best and most memorable blind auditions)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake hits on a medical examiner at a crime scene; Amy's purse-snatching case is stalled)
The Mindy Project on Fox at 9:30 Morgan sues Mindy for sexual harassment. Poor Mindy. Hasn't she suffered enough with that pixie cut?
Season Premiere-Supernatural on The CW at 9pm Dean asks all the angels to help out Sam, who's not looking good.
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jim Bob and Michelle celebrate their 29th anniversary; Josh and Anna have their 5th anniversary; the husbands work hard to surprise their wives)
LATE NIGHT TV David Letterman: Seth Meyers, Michael Fassbender, Amos Lee Jay Leno: Billy Crystal, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Jenni "JWoww" Farley, Toni Braxton, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds Jimmy Kimmel: Elton John, Emily VanCamp Craig Ferguson: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Guillermo Diaz, Nick Cobb Jimmy Fallon: Miley Cyrus Chelsea Lately: Christina Applegate, Claire Titelman, Natasha Leggero, Ross Mathews Arsenio Hall: James Caan, Chandra Wilson, Thompson Square