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Contestants on Fox's 'Million Dollar Money Drop' consider their options. The show premieres December 20 at 8:00 p.m. Michael Yarish/Fox hide caption

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Agnes Nixon: A Soap 'Goddess' On Getting Serious In The Afternoon

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How Much To Give The Doorman, And Other Great Mysteries Of Holiday Tipping

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