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There's A Story There: Why The Emmys Rocked Even As HBO Rolled

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Impersonating The President: From Will Rogers To Obama's 'Anger Translator'

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'2016: Obama's America' Shows Up Strong When Most Box Office Is Weak

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Stephen Colbert Wants You To Know: That's Definitely Not His SuperPAC

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Amy Poehler, seen here with Aubrey Plaza as April Ludgate and Chris Pratt as Andy Dwyer, plays idealistic bureaucrat Leslie Knope on NBC's Parks And Recreation.

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Amy Poehler: Playing Politics, But Only On Television

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