Season finales abound Friday, with The Vampire Diaries wrapping up on CW (8 ET/PT) and Hawaii Five-0 making a two-episode, two-hour exit on CBS (9 ET/PT). But only one finale comes with a $1 million prize, and from one of the few reality series more likely to excite than repel you: The Amazing Race. Three teams are left with one goal: get from China to Santa Barbara and find Phil Keoghan first.
When you’ve been on the air for what, in TV terms, counts as forever, it can’t be easy to come up with a new idea. And yet that’s exactly what The Simpsons has done, in an episode that finds Homer struggling to improve his public speaking skills. The test of his efforts? Through the magic of technol...
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