Comic Bob Saget, who has said Bill Cosby was his greatest teacher, says Cosby's reputation is forever destroyed by allegations that he raped more than 40 women. "I went to Temple University and he was a mentor of mine," Saget tells HuffPost Live. "It's very sad. I think the answer is obvious: that the man has been tarnished, and it's just sad for all the people involved."
Added Saget, "I think any human being that does things that are despicable to other human beings will be slightly tarnished by history."
Don't expect any sequels in the Hunger Games movie franchise.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, which opened last weekend, will be the last Hunger Games story, confirms YA author Suzanne Collins, who gave birth to Katniss Everdeen and her tale.
Collins writes a moving farewell to the series on her publisher Scholastic's blog. "Having spent the last decade in Panem, it's time to move on to other lands," she writes. The novelist thanked Jennifer Lawrence for portraying heroine Katniss.
"Your emotional depth, luminous presence, and sheer power carry this story, and I will always be grateful to you for opening the door and allowing it to come into your life," writes Collins.
Beloved Bindi Irwin and her dancing partner Derek Hough frolicked beneath the autumn sun Wednesday morning in Times Square to celebrate their win on the 21st edition of Dancing with the Stars. The pair were joined by their fellow contestants.
The world was watching.
Irwin, 17, daughter of the late, great Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, took the coveted mirrorball on Tuesday night's finale of the ABC show.
"Oh, my God! We won!" she said, visibly moved. This was the sixth time pro dancer Hough had won the prize.
Irwin, who was 8 when her dad was killed in 2006 after being attacked by a stingray, spoke of the radical changes she has undergone just this year. Before flying to Hollywood to shoot the show, she had been on a crocodile wildlife research trip in remote Australia.
"I never knew I would learn so much about rhinestones and glitter and high heels," she said on the finale.
"The most special part of this experience is to really be able to grow and touch on parts of my life that I never thought I would really go to and be able to share my journey and story with so many others."
Irwin said she'll be back at work with animals before long.
"Next is going back to Australia to be with all of our animals and continue on with all of our conservation," she said, "where I can carry on in my father's footsteps."