The interview portion of Thursday's Jeopardy gave one contestant the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend, who was in the studio audience.
When Alex Trebek turned to interview contestant Michael Pascuzzi, he admitted he had no information about him on his cue card. So Pascuzzi took over, turned to his girlfriend in the audience and asked her to marry him. And like a true Jeopardy fan she responded, "What is yes?"
Celeb Home Invaders Hit Jason Ritter’s Home -
The son of the late John Ritter is the latest celebrity to have to beef up security at his home.
Jason Ritter’s home got tossed last weekend with the scary twist that his fiancee was home. Melanie Lynskey heard a noise and thought Jason was coming into the house, then she realized it was a window breaking in the back of the house. Her 911 call to cops scared the perp away.
The couple lives in the same neighborhood where Rihanna lives. Her house was hit days later.
Chrissy Teigen is a busy lady! She has partnered with Target and has a new kitchenware line that's in stores now. It's called "Cravings by Chrissy Teigen Collection"...She also has two cookbooks out!
==============================Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk have some new jewelry! They tied the knot in a private ceremony in the Hamptons. She had some of her famous friends there like Jerry Seinfeld, Steven Spielberg, Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden and Robert Downey Jr.She posted a picture later in the weekend of their simple gold wedding bands that they will wear.
1. Night School - $28 million
2. Smallfoot - $23 million
3. The House With a Clock in Its Walls - $12.5 million
4. A Simple Favor - $6.6 million
5. The Nun - $5.4 million
Night School finished the weekend at the head of the class. The Kevin Hart - Tiffany Haddish comedy earned $28 million in its debut, edging out the animated Smallfoot, which made $23 million.
Last weekend's top movie, The House With a Clock in Its Walls, dropped to third with $12.5 million.
A Simple Favor went from second to fourth with $6.6 million, while The Nun also fell two slots to land in fifth with $5.4 million.
Outside the Top 5, the horror flick Hell Fest opened in sixth with $5.1 million and Little Women earned $747,000 in limited release.