March 9, 2006 |
In a disturbing, frank interview in Vanity Fair, Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher, 41, discloses that an uncle, Richard Hayes Stone, sexually molested her for three years beginning when she was 5. Hatcher said she was flooded with memories of the abuse in 2002 when she learned the then-64-year-old Stone had been charged with molesting 14-year-old Sarah Van Cleemput, who committed suicide because of the abuse. Worried that Stone might beat the rap, Hatcher decided to talk to prosecutors about her experience.
March 22, 1996 |
Just before the celebration started for Rowan's national men's basketball championship, another champion had already emerged on campus with somewhat less fanfare. Last Friday, junior Teri Hatcher won the 100-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Division III Women's Swimming Championship at Emory University in Atlanta. Hatcher took the title in 1:05.85 after swimming 1:05.65 seconds in the trials. A Gloucester High graduate, Hatcher is the only female swimmer to ever win an individual national championshp at Rowan.
May 9, 1994 |
We've always had questions about "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. " Some are old questions, the kind that predate this particular version of the comic-book classic: How can Lois (Teri Hatcher) not have noticed that the cute guy sitting next to her (Dean Cain) looks a lot like the cute guy in the cape who's always catching people in mid-air? How can she keep her hands off him? Some are new questions: How come Lex Luthor (John Shea) has a full head of hair?
September 27, 1996 |
"2 Days in the Valley" - obvious heir to the new "Pulp Fiction" tradition of elaborate crime narrative - separates itself from the Pulp pack with a nice-guys-finish-first moral that makes it seem fresh. "2 Days in the Valley" begins with a bizarre murder and a botched coverup that sends repercussions throughout Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, where the movie is set. The plot permutations ensnare a washed-up director (Paul Mazursky), a mousy secretary (Glenne Headly), an injured Olympic skier (Teri Hatcher)
May 17, 1996 |
"Heaven's Prisoners" stars Alec Baldwin as Dave Robicheaux, a former rogue cop in New Orleans who's quit the force, stopped drinking and devoted his life to his family. To Dave, devotion means leaving his isolated bayou home for long periods of time for no good reason, even after menacing drug dealers have appeared at his doorstep, threatening his wife Annie (Kelly Lynch). When Dave finds out thugs have been to his house, he does what any devoted husband would do - he leaves again, just in case a bunch of goons want to come back to his house and kill Annie, thereby providing him with a pretext to visit every bar in New Orleans looking for people to beat up. And providing director Phil Joanou ("Final Analysis")
January 21, 1997 |
"Whenever anyone tells me to lose weight, I always laugh, like I could, but I'm just keeping it on because I like to. " - The pleasingly plump Rosie O'Donnell It's been nearly a year since they parted, but one of the people "X-Files" star David Duchovny thanked after winning his Golden Globe Sunday night was ex-girlfriend, Perrey Reeves, "for making the first 2 1/2 years easier. " Duchovny, who since then has been linked with Winona Ryder and Lisa Loeb, is either the nicest ex-boyfriend in the universe or just the most honest: The last time he admitted publicly to being in love, Ryder, the object of his then affections, almost instantly issued a denial.
September 27, 1996 |
It has hit men and leggy molls and disgruntled cops. It has storefront massage parlors and sleek million-dollar hilltop homes. It has sleaze, betrayal and a catfight between strapping vixens that outdoes Russ Meyer for rollicking, wreck-the-place (s)excess. And 2 Days in the Valley, a violent, funny crime caper that crisscrosses the sun-and-smog-blurred landscape of the San Fernando Valley, has something else, too: brains. Unlike most of the hip, ironic, ultra-bloody gangster pictures in the post-Pulp Fiction deluge, writer-director John Herzfeld's feature debut has charac-ters that, if not always entirely believable, are at the very least compelling, alive with motives and neuroses and, in most cases, raging self-doubt.
September 23, 2010
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (3 p.m., NBC10) - Actor Ed Helms ( The Office ); Kelly Osbourne. The Oprah Winfrey Show (4 p.m., 6ABC) - Teri Hatcher, Cybill Shepherd, and Linda Evans. The Big Bang Theory (8 p.m., CBS3) - Penny tags along as Sheldon goes on his first date ever, with a fellow social misfit. My Generation (8 p.m., 6ABC) - A mockumentary crew follows members of a 2000 high school class for an update on how these promising young adults turned out. Community (8 p.m., NBC10)
May 7, 1997 |
Marcia Clark reveals in her book out Friday that she was raped at 17; she calls O.J. Simpson an "unregenerate low-life scum," Johnnie Cochran "a hypocritical, two-faced bastard," Robert Shapiro a "lightweight," and Lance Ito a "dunderhead"; and she never comes clean about her relationship with Chris Darden. In Without a Doubt, Clark says of talk of an affair between the two prosecutors: "The question is irrelevant. . . . Darden and I were closer than lovers, and unless you've been through what we've been through, you can't possibility know what that means.