Dr. Phil: Convicted Killer’s Ex-Mistress Has Learned Lesson (11/19/13)

Dr. Phil talks with Gypsy Willis, the former mistress of Martin McNeill, convicted of killing his wife Michele. Gypsy tells Dr. Phil that she plans not to talk with Martin should he reach out to her. Dr. Phil tells her that he doesn’t think that she had anything to do with Michele’s death. She and Martin had exchanged 30 texts on the day that Michele was buried. Dr. Phil talks with Gypsy Willis, the ex-mistress of Martin McNeill, a Utah doctor convicted of killing his wife Michele. It’s refreshing to see what Dr. Phil calls the stupidest “smart person” on…

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The Voice Recap: Kat Robichaud Rises From the Bottom, Immortalizes Pat Benatar Song (11/18/13)

Ten artists are left in The Voice and with the debut of the Twitter instant-save last week, fan votes have just become more important to make the cut to the next round. This rings true for Team CeeLo’s Kat Robichaud who managed to get the last spot for tonight’s performance show despite landing in the bottom three last Tuesday. Tonight, Kat (whose photo appears in this recap) picked up the pieces and went on to give a performance that became bigger than the song she covered. With CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera scaling back to two artists each (Blake Shelton…

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Dancing with the Stars Semifinals Recap 11/18/13: Leah & Tony Eliminated in Semi-Finals

Fan Power wins at Dancing with the Stars as Bill (middle in photo) & Emma (left) make the finals with the lowest scores once again. Also in the finals are Amber & Derek, Corbin & Karina and Jack & Cheryl. Leah’s daughter Sofia Pagan is in tears from the time Leah (right)’s elimination is announced, until the end of the show. Tonight, each couple danced a plugged then an unplugged version of the same song. Last week, the only unlikable celebrity left, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren went home with her best routine of the season. She & Val had the 2nd highest…

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Judge Judy Awards $600 for Rent & Orders Furniture Retrieval (11/18/13)

Judge Judy Sheindlin awards $600 to Tammy for 2 months’ rent. The judge also finds for the Plaintiff, who sues her neighbor for a dog bite. And: Judge Judy awards $1,500 to Marsalis Brown after Wells Fargo withdrew it from his account. His mom Danielle Hibbitts’ ex-husband had withdrawn over $3,450 from her account. The bank had returned it back to her temporarily. Lastly, Judge Judy also awards $3,500 for a loan to bail out a nephew. Tammy Hollingsworth of Manchester, NH, sues ex-live-in boyfriend, Sales Representative David Howes of Anaheim, CA, for $ 5,000, for her furniture and rent….

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Mad Money Recap: Cloud Spells Cult Innovation, Great Customer Relations & Superb Growth (11/18/13)

Mad Money with Jim Cramer airs from San Francisco to drive in one unorthodox investment point: making a lot of money in cloud-based enterprises entails stretching one’s imagination. Historically, a lot of companies who have made it big are all due to entrepreneurs who defied traditional means and ways (e.g. classic example of Rockefeller and his oil pipelines). In this era, tech companies are thinking out of the box and for small investors, this industry is the “it” thing. Salesforce.com’s 2013 DreamForce Conference in San Francisco (started today and runs until Thursday) proves the existence of the holy trinity of…

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