What? Floyd Landis isn't satisfied? Not only has he crawled in the slime and muck, he's doing his best to drag everyone down into the mud with him. Who's going to believe a word that comes out of his mouth? After years of denial and after raising almost a million dollars for his legal defense fund, he recently confessed to doping and pointed the finger at Lance Armstrong. And, now, on the first day of the 2010 Tour de France, he talks to the Wall Street Journal and says the team took transfusions on the team bus to recover.
While thousands of teen girls and women were standing in lines Tuesday night eager to be the first to see “Eclipse,” the third of the "Twilight" movies, many a firemen and Denis Leary fan were tuned into FX to catch the season premiere of “Rescue Me.”
The sixth season opened with central character Tommy Gavin legally dying on the way to the hospital for treatment of two gunshots caused by his uncle; Teddy was angry that Tommy served his wife, Ellie, drinks which ultimately resulted in her death in a drunk driving incident in season five.