He'll be back ... (no, he won't): Schwarzenegger, Shriver call it quits
Shocking news overnight from California: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver announced they've separated after 25 years of marriage. (But, Arnold: It's time ... to stop ... running!)
A joint statement said the two "were working on the future of their relationship while living apart and they would continue to parent their four children - Katherine, 21, Christina, 19, Patrick, 17, and Christopher, 13," according to the Associated Press.
Leave it to TMZ to get the juicy details.
"We're told Maria moved out of the couple's L.A. mansion months ago. Sources tell us she's been extremely unhappy in her marriage for years, complaining about Arnold's out of control ego, as well as his womanizing," the gossip site reports today. "We're also told Maria feels Arnold has ignored her for years and she's felt terribly unappreciated."
Turns out the wizard from Conan the Barbarian was right: "Wealth can be wonderful, but you know, success can test one's mettle as surely as the strongest adversary."
Nah, I'm sticking with ending this on a Twins quote: "The second rule in the crisis situation. ... If you choose to bluff, you must be prepared to have your bluff called."
I have no idea how either of those quotes is relevant actually. I just really wanted to use movie quotes. Good luck, Arnold and Maria.