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"Commander In Chief" is back with the first of its final three episodes, airing tonight at 10 p.m. on ABC, and things are looking grim for President Mackenzie Allen (GEENA DAVIS), who is trying to conduct state business aboard Air Force One when her appendix bursts.
"I think this is one of our best written episodes, where the president needs surgery and has to invoke the 25th Amendment," Geena tells ET. "Where ordinarily the vice president would take over, I happen to be vice president-less at this moment. The next person in line is the speaker of the house."
The lives of 55 American sailors are at risk when a U.S. submarine is in distress only 15 miles off the coast of North Korea on tonight's "Commander In Chief" -- the first episode of a two-part cliffhanger.
"This is my Bay of Pigs incidence," GEENA DAVIS, who plays President Mackenzie Allen, tells ET. "It is a really heart-stopping problem that happens with a submarine in dangerous waters."
OPRAH has been amazing her audiences for 20 years, Oscar winner GEENA DAVIS has enough Hollywood clout to be TV's first female president and RACHAEL RAY has cooked up one of next season's most talked about shows. It's clear women are taking over the entertainment biz in a big way!
"I'm not a professional chef, I'm not a professional journalist, basically I'm completely unqualified for everything I do," Rachael says humbly.
The January issue of O magazine is all about puppy love, when OPRAH WINFREY is featured on the first cover of 2006 with the latest additions to her household: Gracie, Luke and Layla.
Oprah is the first to admit that getting three golden retriever puppies at the same time is not the smartest decision she's ever made, but when she looked at their sweet faces, she couldn't resist, especially when she learned that Layla had an underbite, and, as a result, might not get a good home.
It was a year that saw the loss of "Everybody Loves" Raymond," several shows celebrated milestones and ABC became the comeback kid with several hit series, while CBS retained its first place hold on the ratings with the help of its popular procedural dramas, such as No. 1 "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."
Everybody loved Raymond, so it was hard to say goodbye to the popular comedy when it aired its final episode. "I'm going to miss the cast and I'm going to miss the writers," RAY ROMANO told MARK STEINES at the "Everybody Loves Raymond" wrap party at Hangar 8 in Santa Monica last May. "I've been lucky enough to be in the writing room and I've never laughed as much in my whole life as the time I've spent with these guys in the writers' room." If you, too, miss the CBS series, "Raymond"'s 210 episodes are in syndication on 191 stations nationwide, with close to 17 million people tuning in each week for encore guffaws and giggles.
It's Thanksgiving at the White House, and the president's mom (POLLY BERGEN) is cooking up trouble when she comes to spend the holiday -- and insists on cooking Thanksgiving dinner herself, bucking White House protocol.
"It's a really wonderful episode; my mother comes for Thanksgiving, and it's going to turn out she doesn't leave -- ever," GEENA DAVIS, who plays the president, tells ET's KEVIN FRAZIER, who went behind the scenes of the "Commander In Chief" set to talk turkey with the star. "She's going to move in with us. You're the leader of the free world, but your mom is there telling you what to do."
A lot of thought went into just what the first woman president of the free world would wear when ABC launched its hit series "Commander In Chief," airing Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. This week Mackenzie Allen (GEENA DAVIS) attends the first state dinner since she took over the Oval office, so a gown had to be found that would be both glamorous and presidential.
The winner is a customized, strapless, jewel-toned KENNETH POOL for Amsale gown with exquisite beading. Geena chose the dress herself after having seen it featured in a bridal magazine, and Kenneth worked with the costume designer of "Commander In Chief" to make it regal enough for the occasion.
These days it's easy to be the leader of the free world, at least if you're Oscar® winner GEENA DAVIS, who continues to ride high on the exceptional ratings and noteworthy buzz of her new ABC hit, "Commander In Chief."
On tonight's episode, airing at 9 p.m. EDT, Mac (Davis) is faced with her first national crisis when nine DEA agents are killed in Latin America and she must deal with a corrupt leader. Meanwhile, Speaker of the House Nathan Templeton (DONALD SUTHERLAND) is approached by an ambitious congressman who served with Mac's vice presidential candidate, Warren Keaton (PETER COYOTE), and is eager to divulge potentially damaging info in an effort to derail his nomination. And Mac's teenage twins resume public school, only this time it's complete with secret service detail and press spectacle, and while popular Horace (MATT LANTER) welcomes the attention, shy Rebecca (CAITLIN WACHS) finds it overwhelming.
Known for her deliriously infectious tunes, over-the-top ensembles and wild romance with Russell Brand, Katy Perry is this season's hottest item! And after her chart-topping summer filled with campy concerts, this brunette bombshell just can't be stopped!
Famous for her funky fashion sense and tongue-in-cheek get-ups, take a look at the sexy lady's high octane style!