Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman may be working on a reconciliation.
The longtime couple surprised many in October when they announced their separation after 30 years of marriage.
According to the Huffington Post, DeVito recently told Extra they're still working on their marriage and hinted at a reconciliation.
"Rhea and I are really close," he said. "Actually, still together, just separate, but together."
Oh. That explains it, then.
As for single life, 67-year-old DeVito said "It's not something you adjust to," confessing he misses being with Perlman, 64.
When Extra's Jerry Penacoli asked if there was a chance he and Perlman would get back together, DeVito responded, "We're working on it."
Translation: He's sucking up.
Stories surfaced when news broke they split up that, if DeVito wasn't cheating, Pearlman was least tired of his wandering eye when it came to other women.
The couple met in 1970 after Perlman went to see a friend in the Broadway play "The Shrinking Bride" and fell for DeVito, who was also in the production. The two were married on Jan. 28, 1982, and have three adult children together, Lucy, Grace and Jacob.
PRINCESS KATE OUT OF HOSPITAL: Kate Middleton was discharged from the hospital Thursday after at least three days of treatment for acute morning sickness.
Assisted by husband Prince William, the Duchess smiled and carried flowers while leaving King Edward VII Hospital in Central London, according to TMZ.
Buckingham Palace released a statement saying, "The Duchess of Cambridge has been discharged from the King Edward VII Hospital and will now head to Kensington Palace for a period of rest. Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank the staff at the hospital for the care and treatment the Duchess has received."
When you read that, does your brain say it in an English accent? Mine does.
The Duchess, or Princess, or Kate (to her friends) is pregnant, the palace announced earlier this week. Which explains the morning sickness. Apparently she's already the target of makers of baby products.
TMZ says Middleton has already received swanky goodie-baskets from at least four U.S.-based baby product companies. So far, TMZ reported, Middleton has received children's learning programs from MyTalkingToddler.com, morning sickness relief from a company called One Step Ahead, and clothes and products from at least two high-end L.A. baby boutiques. A rep for Bel Bambini in Beverly Hills said they sent the royal couple a $2,300 gift basket which included a new Bugaboo Cameleon 3 stroller (worth $978), a Fendi layette set ($265), Dior Booties ($275) and much more.
They also received more than $1,000 in free baby swag from Flicka, a high-end baby store owned by "General Hospital" star John Reilly. Management tells us they shipped over their "hot selling Choo Choo blankies" which have been worn by a whole bunch of celeb babies.
ARIEL WINTER'S MOM ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO LEAK NUDE PHOTOS OF HER OLDER DAUGHTER: Ariel Winter's mother recently attempted to leak nude photos of Ariel's older sister, Shanelle Gray, through a Hollywood publicist, according to TMZ.
We may have a new front-runner for the Hollywood Mother of the Year award.
Publicist Jonathan Hay told TMZ that Chrystal Workman -- the "Modern Family" star's mother -- contacted him this week, saying she has nude photos of 34-year-old Gray she wanted to secretly release to the public.
Somewhere, even Dina Lohan shakes her head in disgust.
A judge awarded Gray guardianship of 14-year-old Ariel in October after allegations that Workman was emotionally and physically abusing her.
Hay said Workman pestered him about leaking the photos -- which he said are nearly a decade old -- but he refused because he felt Workman was trying to "sell out her daughter," and he wanted to help out Ariel.
When contacted by TMZ on Thursday afternoon, Workman denied having nude pictures of her daughter.
Hay said he's already been contacted by a member of Ariel's legal team, but said it's unclear how much of a role, if any, he will play in the case. Hay said he would have no problem filing a declaration in support of Ariel, whose case goes back to court Dec. 10.
STEPHEN BALDWIN ARRESTED FOR TAX EVASION: Stephen Baldwin was arrested Thursday in New York for repeated failure to file personal income tax returns, which is a felony.
That's right. The government wants its damn money.
According to Rockland County District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe, Baldwin has failed to file returns for the years 2008, 2009, and 2010 -- and owes New York state more than $350,000 in back taxes.
Who does this guy think he is -- Wesley Snipes?
A press release on the D.A.'s website quoted Zugibe as saying, "At a time when Rockland County and New York state face severe fiscal shortfalls, we cannot afford to allow wealthy residents to break the law by cheating on their taxes."
"Wealthy?" Are we sure we have the right Baldwin?
Zugibe also said, "The defendant's repetitive failure to file returns and pay taxes over a period of several years contributes to the sweeping cutbacks and closures in local government and in our schools."
So Timmy can't read because of Stephen Baldwin?
If convicted, the "Usual Suspects" actor could face up to 4 years in prison. He's due in court in February.
JUSTIN BIEBER'S MANAGER UPSET: Justin Bieber's manager isn't happy.
After Bieber failed to earn a single nomination Wednesday night, Scooter Braun went on Twitter and blasted the Recording Academy for the snub.
"This time there won't be any wise words, no excuses, I just plain DISAGREE," the 31-year-old mogul tweeted to his 2 million-plus followers. "The kid deserved it. Grammy board u blew it on this one."
What, no frownie faces?
According to E! News, Braun continued: "The hardest thing to do is transition, keep the train moving. The kid delivered. Huge successful album, sold out tour, and won people over ... this time he deserved to be recognized and I don't really have any kind nice positive things to say about a decision I don't agree with."
Braun was referring to Bieber's third studio album, "Believe," which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts in June, sold more than 2 million copies, and has spawned three top 10 singles: "Boyfriend," "As Long as You Love Me," and "Beauty and a Beat," featuring Nicki Minaj.
And, as we all know, big sales always equal big quality.
Braun did take a moment to congratulate Carly Rae Jepsen, who is signed to his Schoolboy Records label, for scoring two nods for "Call Me Maybe," and had this to say to all the other nominees.
"So to all those nominated ...you do deserve it. You worked hard and u earned it. Just feel like so did JB," he wrote.
Braun concluded with a message to Beliebers.
"To his fans ... looks like we get to stay the underdog a little longer," he tweeted before adding, "Life is long, with many ups and downs, but we get to keep going, everyday brings a new opportunity. NOTHING GREAT EVER CAME EASY."
Yes, Justin Bieber is clearly the underdog. Poor kid.
DECEMBER 7 IN HISTORY
Friday is Dec. 7, the 342nd day of 2012. There are 24 days left in the year.
1787: Delaware became the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.
1796: Electors chose John Adams to be the second president of the United States.
1808: Electors chose James Madison to be the fourth president of the United States.
1836: Martin Van Buren was elected the eighth president of the United States.
1842: The New York Philharmonic performed its first concert.
1909: Chemist Leo H. Baekeland received a U.S. patent for Bakelite, the first synthetic plastic.
1911: China abolished the requirement that men wear their hair in a queue, or ponytail.
1941: Japan launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii as part of its plan to conquer Southeast Asian territories; the raid, which claimed some 2,400 American lives, prompted the United States to declare war against Japan the next day.
1946: Fire broke out at the Winecoff (WYN'-kahf) Hotel in Atlanta; the blaze killed 119 people, including hotel founder W. Frank Winecoff.
1972: America's last moon mission to date was launched as Apollo 17 blasted off from Cape Canaveral. Imelda Marcos, wife of Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos, was seriously wounded by an assailant who was then shot dead by her bodyguards.
1982: Convicted murderer Charlie Brooks Jr. became the first U.S. prisoner to be executed by injection, at a prison in Huntsville, Texas.
1987: Forty-three people were killed after a gunman aboard a Pacific Southwest Airlines jetliner in California apparently opened fire on a fellow passenger, the pilots and himself, causing the plane to crash. Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev set foot on American soil for the first time, arriving for a Washington summit with President Ronald Reagan.
1993: Gunman Colin Ferguson opened fire on a Long Island Rail Road commuter train, killing six people and wounding 19. (Ferguson was later sentenced to a minimum of 200 years in prison.)
2002: Iraq handed over its long-awaited arms declaration to the United Nations, denying it had doomsday weapons. President Saddam Hussein grudgingly apologized to Kuwait for his 1990 invasion. Shuttle Endeavour returned to Earth, bringing an astronaut and pair of cosmonauts home from a 6-month space station voyage. Bombs tore through four movie theaters in Bangladesh, killing 19. Miss Turkey Azra Akin won the Miss World contest in London, bringing to a close an international pageant that had incited deadly rioting in Nigeria, the original site of the event.
2007: Congressional Democrats demanded a full Justice Department investigation into whether the CIA had obstructed justice by destroying videotapes documenting the harsh 2002 interrogations of two alleged terrorists. Two window washers fell 47 stories from a Manhattan skyscraper when their scaffolding failed; Edgar Moreno was killed, but his brother, Alcides, miraculously survived.
2011: Rod Blagojevich, the ousted Illinois governor whose three-year battle against criminal charges became a national spectacle, was sentenced to 14 years in prison. Veterans from Pearl Harbor observed the 70th anniversary of Japan's attack with a solemn ceremony at the site of the bombing. Veteran character actor Harry Morgan, 96, died in Brentwood, Calif.
Actor Eli Wallach (97), linguist and political philosopher Noam Chomsky (84), actress Ellen Burstyn (80), baseball great Johnny Bench (65), actor James Keach (65), singer-songwriter Tom Waits (63), basketball great Larry Bird (56), actor C. Thomas Howell (46), former NFL player Terrell Owens (39), singer Aaron Carter (25).