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Steve Scalise’s Condition Upgraded to Serious As Family and Friends Rally Around the Congressman

Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise’s condition has been upgraded from critical to serious, People confirms, as friends, family and colleagues continue to rally around him after he was shot and wounded last week during baseball practice.

Doctors are happy with the progress he’s made,” Scalise’s press secretary, Lauren Fine, tells People. “But his doctors said he will be in the hospital for some time.”

Scalise, (R-La.) the third-ranking Gop leader in the House, was one of four people shot when a gunman opened fire early Wednesday morning while the Republican team practiced in Alexandria, Virginia, for the annual bipartisan Congressional Baseball Game.
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The Latest Seth Rich Conspiracy Theory Is Also Why Steve Scalise’s Doctor Is Trending

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The next branch of the disproven Internet conspiracy theory that Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was assassinated involves the doctor currently treating Republican Rep. Steve Scalise for his gunshot wound suffered last week. Dr. Jack Sava of MedStar Hospital in downtown Washington D.C. today issued an update on Scalise’s condition, after Scalise was shot during a congressional baseball game practice. Conspiracy theorists have latched onto the doctor, believing him to be the person who treated Rich after the former DNC staffer was shot several times in July in what police think was a botched robbery. Rich died at the hospital.
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Rob Lowe Graduates From Teen Heartthrob to Walk of Fame Honoree

Rob Lowe Graduates From Teen Heartthrob to Walk of Fame Honoree
When Rob Lowe emerged onto the scene in the 1980s he was a teenage heartthrob with sky-blue eyes and a winsome smile that drove swooning girls to wallpaper their bedrooms with posters featuring his impossibly pretty face. He was the dreamy Sodapop Curtis in “The Outsiders” and the persistant hustler Nick De Angelo in “Oxford Blues” and, later, the saxophone-playing screw-up Billy Hicks in Joel Schumacher’s “St. Elmo’s Fire,” a bad boy role that secured Lowe a spot, for better or worse, in the “Brat Pack,” a term coined for a core crew of actors such as Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore and Molly Ringwald — all of whom loathed the term — who defined coming-of-age movies during the Reagan administration.

By the late ’80s, Lowe’s reputation was marred by an underage sex scandal and his career as a dramatic actor sputtered, but he regained footing as a touted comedic talent,
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The 23 Most Disgusting 'Bones' Episodes

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The 23 Most Disgusting 'Bones' Episodes
Any devout Bonehead knows better than to put anything into their mouths before or during an hour spent with Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel), Agent Booth (David Boreanaz), and Dr. Jack Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) unless they enjoy spewing said refreshments all over their Uggs. From morbidly colorful vats of gelatinous putrefaction and exploding corpses, to re-inflated boneless heads and live human botfly larvae incubators, Bones mercilessly challenges our gag reflexes week after week with its vomitus detritus and we keep coming back for more. Though Bones? graphic visuals are unprecedented -- and thank goodness Smell-o-Vision never took off -- never underestimate the power of suggestion and its uncanny ability to turn your own imagination against you. Can you say cannibalism? I think I just threw up a little bit in my mouth. Boneheads, I?ve risked serious weight loss to gather this collection of Bones' 20 most excellently disgusting scenes. Enjoy,
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New Bones Season 10 Second Half Spoilers Dished Out By A Castmember

Recently, TV Line talked with Bones' Dr. Jack Hodgins star, T.J. Thyne, and he spilled a few, interesting new spoiler teasers that we can expect to see take place when season 10 starts back up with its 2nd half. It turns out that Booth and Brennan will try to hide their 2nd preggers secret for as long as they can. We'll also see Angela and Hodgins get pretty heated at each other, and more. In their spoiler conversation, they said: "The Fox drama is again in the family way as Brennan and Booth attempt to keep the news of their second pregnancy a secret from co-workers. Meanwhile, Hodgins and Angela face "a good amount of conflicts," T.J. Thyne reveals, especially when the topic of spirituality vs. science is brought up after Avalon receives a message from Sweets. (Adds Michaela Conlin: "It's an artist and a scientist making a life together.
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Red Band Society Recap: Get Out of My Dreams

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Red Band Society Recap: Get Out of My Dreams
It's understandable if, after the heavy drama of the past few episodes, this show's creators thought that the audience would need a breather. But it was a curious decision to largely sideline the titular characters (i.e., the ones that are fun to watch and that keep this show from becoming completely overbearing) for an episode mostly devoted to Hunter the Brooder and Dr. Jack's jealousy issues. Without the kids around to breathe some life into the proceeds, it was revealed again how clunky the plotting on this show is (there were several scenes where characters just happened to walk by at the right time to see or hear something crucial) and how determined the writers are to underline their themes as obviously as possible. (Charlie's voice-over capped this episode off with, “The more we feel the need to control things, the more those things control us," while we
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Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Corpse at the Convention'

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Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Corpse at the Convention'
In Bones ?The Corpse at the Convention,? Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel), Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz), Cam (Tamara Taylor), Dr. Jack Hodgins (T. J. Thyne), Angela Montenegro (Michaela Conlin), and Agent James Aubrey (John Boyd) solve the case of a murdered thief and interloper from Hodgins? past who stole an invention from Hodgins and was in the process of stealing another from a fellow convention attendee which rendered her stabbed, transported in a garbage can, and burned on the convention premises. These are the 14 best quotes of the Bones episode. For a rundown on what happened, check out the recap.
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'Bones' Quotes: The Best Advice Angela's Ever Given to Brennan

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'Bones' Quotes: The Best Advice Angela's Ever Given to Brennan
Bones? Wry Bohemian artist Angela Pearly-Gates Montenegro is famous for her snarky commentary, her incredible zest for life in all its color-y textures, and her obnoxiously (in a good way) perfect marriage to Dr. Jack Hodgins. But she tickles our souls and melts our hearts the most when she shares her wisdom in the realms of sex, love, relationships, and the delicate nature of the human male heart with her Bff, Dr. Temperance Brennan. Angela is, after all, the original Brennan + Booth shipper. We?ve captured 45 of our favorite such moments from the Bones archive. Enjoy!
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Dracula (1979) is Coming to Blu-ray

“He has walked through centuries untouched by time.” Such is life for Dracula, but his dogged pursuer Van Helsing is always looking to leave him with time’s permanent scar of death. The fanged fiend and his resourceful hunter have been portrayed by numerous actors over the decades, with Frank Langella and Laurence Olivier having played the duo in 1979. Now their portrayal of Dracula vs. Van Helsing is going to a higher definition with Universal Studios Home Entertainment’s Blu-ray release of 1979′s Dracula.

Dracula (1979) is getting its first North American Blu-ray release on September 2nd, flying into the night with a batch of bonus features that includes a feature-length commentary track.

Directed by John Badham, Dracula (1979) stars Frank Langella as the titular Count, Laurence Olivier as Abraham Van Helsing, Kate Nelligan as Lucy, Donald Pleasence as Dr. Jack Seward (Lucy’s father), Jan Francis as Mina, and Trevor Eve as Jonathan Harker.
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'Bones': 7 Reasons Why Dr. Jack Hodgins is No Fool

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'Bones': 7 Reasons Why Dr. Jack Hodgins is No Fool
Bones' Dr. Jack Hodgins, expertly portrayed by T.J. Thyne, is about as colorful a character as they come. Exuberant, creative, forthright, curious, and humble despite his frequent claims of being King of the Lab, is our Captain Jack. 

The quirky entomologist adds a flavor to the Bones proceedings without which the comedy-drama-crime-science-romance might not be as damn good as we know it to be. Hodgins is the source of a great deal of verbal and physical humor as he conducts outrageous and brilliant experiments with the squint of the week, makes puppy-dog eyes at Angela, pays homage to Dr. B, charmingly manipulates Cam, and attempts to measure up to Booth. He may not be tall and dark, but Hodgie is sponge-worthy gorgeous and as romantic as they come. Remember his first date with Angela on the swings and his 'Be My Love' message spelled out in glowing shrimp? Can I get an Amen,
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'Bones': Hodgins finds his brother in 'The Heiress on the Hill'

Money doesn't buy happiness. With "Bones" featuring a rich man's daughter seemingly kidnapped and murdered, plus Hodgins finding out he has an institutionalized and schizophrenic brother, that may be the theme of "The Heiress on the Hill."

You think your family is dysfunctional?

The victim of the week, Lauren Frank, comes from a highly dysfunctional family. Although she lived with her father and stepmother in a crazy nice mansion, Lauren was angry at everyone, especially her stepmother.

How did she deal with this? The young woman faked her own kidnapping -- complete with the removal of her own toe -- in order to get ransom money out of her parents and escape to South America with her boyfriend. Unfortunately for Lauren, she cut the toe with rusty clippers and contracted tetanus. Her accomplice -- the family's dog walker who thought Lauren was in love with him -- tried to save the young woman with penicillin.
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'Bones' photos: Hodgins gets a surprise in 'The Heiress on the Hill'

"Bones" likes to surprise its characters and audience with unexpected family members. In "The Heiress on the Hill," however, the show's world may get the biggest surprise of them all: Dr. Jack Hodgins has a brother.

That's big news for any long-term fan of "Bones." It was established very early in the series that Hodgins (Tj Thyne) was the sole heir and last surviving member of an incredibly wealthy family. An occasional distant cousin was mentioned after that, but the fact that Hodgins had no family was set. It became an integral part of the character.

Well, according to photos and spoilers for "The Heiress on the Hill," this isn't quite correct. Hodgins instead has a long-lost brother. The man somehow appears in the course of investigating a kidnapping -- which turns into a murder -- and it soon becomes clear that this brother has a mental illness of some sort.
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5 Golden Globe Nominated Stars Who Should Attend The Ceremony In Character

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5 Golden Globe Nominated Stars Who Should Attend The Ceremony In Character
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards are Sunday and the nominated stars have probably already decided what they'll wear to the ceremony. However, Rob Lowe - who is nominated for "Behind the Candelabra" - called in to Access Hollywood Live recently, where he proposed what may be the best award show idea ever!

"I may just wear my character's makeup and hair to the actual Golden Globes," he said of his beyond over-the-top Dr. Jack Startz character, who had a face only his plastic surgeon could love.

"Just pop some pills and heckle Tina Fey and Amy ...

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Tj Thyne Engaged to Leah Park—See Pictures From the Bones Star's Romantic Proposal in Germany!

Tj Thyne Engaged to Leah Park—See Pictures From the Bones Star's Romantic Proposal in Germany!
The end of 2013 was just the beginning for Tj Thyne and Leah Park! The Boston-born Bones actor proposed to the model outside a German castle on Monday, Dec. 30. The 38-year-old TV star, who plays Dr. Jack Hodgins, documented his proposal in multiple Instagram pictures. "Our walk…our trail," Thyne tweeted. "She Said Yes!!!" One snapshot shows Thyne on bended knee asking for Park's hand in marriage, while another gives a close-up at the bride-to-be's diamond ring. "Our heart still burning through the night!!" the actor tweeted. "He proposed in the middle of the candlelit heart," said Park, who called it a "fairytale engagement." Thyne and his...
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'Bones' Tj Thyne proposes to Leah Park at a German castle

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"Bones" actor Tj Thyne plays the oft-romantic Dr. Jack Hodgins on TV, but who knew he was just as sentimental in real life? That became very clear on Monday (Dec. 30), when Thyne proposed to his girlfriend, Leah Park, at a castle in Germany.

The whole event was captured on the couple's Instagram feeds, showing just how ridiculously romantic the whole thing was. Even before Thyne proposed, Park posted a photo of fresh fruit, noting that the vacation made her feel like a princess:

But that was nothing compared to the proposal itself. Having hired professional photographers to capture the moment, Thyne got down on one knee outside of the castle:

He also brought in a fairytale-like coach with white horses:

We should not forget a heart made out of candles to frame the loving couple:

Finally, there is the engagement ring itself, which looks quite lovely in a final photo:
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'Bones' recap: A sperm donor and a botfly in 'The Dude in the Dam'

"Bones" tries to horrify and disgust its audience. But it may never have done so well than in "The Dude in the Dam." Why was it so nightmare-inducing? One word: Botfly.

Prepare to retch again with this recap.

Botflies are real, people!

Sometimes, it's tempting to believe that "Bones" makes up some of its more disgusting scientific aspects. This is not the case with the botfly. The botfly is a real creature that lives in southerly regions and truly does lay its eggs under the skin of a host.

It's gross. And it's very real.

Generally, the host in question isn't quite as welcoming as Dr. Jack Hodgins. This lover of all things small and squirmy is instead ecstatic to have the opportunity to play host to a botfly as it reaches maturity. Angela is disgusted by all of this, but she is willing to stand by her man, even
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Rob Lowe Talks Saving Wildlife, Surfing & His ‘Bizarre’ Roles

Rob Lowe wants you to know he’s not just an actor, he’s a ‘water man.’ When he’s not on your television screen, he’s lit-rally trying to save all the wild animals.

You may think you know Rob Lowe as just the lovable and hilarious Chris Traeger on Parks and Recreation, but this actor has a lot more on his plate. In between his TV gigs and various other roles, Rob makes time for a cause he has a great passion for: wildlife conservation. The actor talked to HollywoodLife.com Exclusively about his animal efforts, his form of relaxation, and upcoming roles!

Rob Lowe In ‘The Big Picture’ — Actor Tackles Wildlife Conservation

Rob is teaming up with Dawn Saves Wildlife and narrating a 7-part documentary called The Big Picture that highlights how marine mammals are impacted by deadly environmental hazards like oil as well as the volunteers
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Emmys Q&A: Rob Lowe

David Mermelstein is an AwardsLine contributor. For some people, Rob Lowe will forever be associated with that group of young actors who emerged in the mid-1980s and remain known as the Brat Pack. But a more considered look at Lowe’s career reveals a steadily evolving performer, now 49—one who has grown from matinee idol to more mature leading man and, most recently, character actor. That last distinction finds its fullest expression thus far in Lowe’s commandingly creepy portrayal of Dr. Jack Startz, the pill-pushing plastic surgeon who handily holds his own opposite Michael Douglas’s Liberace and Matt Damon’s Scott Thorson in Steven Soderbergh’s cinematic swan song, Behind The Candelabra. Related: Emmys: Movies/Miniseries Overview AwardsLine: How did you land the role of Dr. Jack Startz? Rob Lowe: As far as I know, it was a Steven Soderbergh special. I got a call out
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First Look: Rob Lowe Strikes a Famous Pose as JFK in National Geographic's Original Film 'Killing Kennedy'

First Look: Rob Lowe Strikes a Famous Pose as JFK in National Geographic's Original Film 'Killing Kennedy'
Rob Lowe recently had a hilarious visual punchline of a role in HBO's "Behind the Candelabra" as Dr. Jack Startz, a plastic surgeon whose face was pulled tauter than Katherine Helmond's when getting her futuristic beauty treatment in "Brazil." Next up for the actor will be a more dour role -- he'll play President John F. Kennedy in "Killing Kennedy," the second in the National Geographic Channel's ongoing ventures into semi-scripted programming. (Like the first, "Killing Lincoln," "Killing Kennedy" is based on a book by Bill O'Reilly. Lowe will be starring as JFK in the days leading up to his assassination, with Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie KennedyWill Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald and Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald. Read More: How National Geographic's 'Killing Lincoln' Tries to Find a New Way to Put History on Screen Here's a first look at Lowe in the role of JFK,
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First Look: Rob Lowe Strikes a Famous Pose as JFK in National Geographic's Original Film 'Killing Kennedy'

First Look: Rob Lowe Strikes a Famous Pose as JFK in National Geographic's Original Film 'Killing Kennedy'
Rob Lowe recently had a hilarious visual punchline of a role in HBO's "Behind the Candelabra" as Dr. Jack Startz, a plastic surgeon whose face was pulled tauter than Katherine Helmond's when getting her futuristic beauty treatment in "Brazil." Next up for the actor will be a more dour role -- he'll play President John F. Kennedy in "Killing Kennedy," the second in the National Geographic Channel's ongoing ventures into semi-scripted programming. (Like the first, "Killing Lincoln," "Killing Kennedy" is based on a book by Bill O'Reilly. Lowe will be starring as JFK in the days leading up to his assassination, with Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie KennedyWill Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald and Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald. Read More: How National Geographic's 'Killing Lincoln' Tries to Find a New Way to Put History on Screen Here's a first look at Lowe in the role of JFK,
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