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Bridesmaids No More: TV's Women Get All The Laughs

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Stephen Colbert: A 'Company' Man On Broadway

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Oprah Winfrey Network Still Finding Its Footing

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The Logic - Or Lack Thereof - Behind Top 10 Lists

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Greg Seider's version of a French 75 is a cocktail with gin, lemon juice and agave topped with prosecco or champagne. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Try A Champagne Cocktail For A Sparkling New Year

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Sounds Of Blackness: Songs Of Hope In Hard Times

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Rare Motorcycle Goes Up For Auction Next Month

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Aaron Paul plays a meth-making drug dealer on the AMC drama Breaking Bad. He also played a recurring character on the HBO series Big Love. Ursula Coyote/AMC hide caption

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Aaron Paul: Playing Bad On 'Breaking Bad'

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Margo Martindale is Mags Bennett, a charmingly villainous moonshiner in the FX series Justified. For her performance, Martindale drew on her roots in East Texas and Kentucky. "It's all part of my makeup. It's something I really understand," she says. Prashant Gupta/FX hide caption

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Margo Martindale: A 'Justified' Backwoods Matriarch

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The Fact, And Fiction, Of 'My Week With Marilyn'

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While many think of the tablet computer as a new idea, the concept can traced back to the original Star Trek series and Arthur C. Clarke's 1968 novel 2001: A Space Odyssey. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Touchy-Feely Future Of Technology

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Jimmy Fallon says he spends almost 12 hours each day at the Late Night offices, which makes the rest of his life difficult. "If I want to play video games now, I have to schedule it," he tells Terry Gross. Virginia Sherwood/NBC hide caption

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Jimmy Fallon's 'Thank You Notes' For Everything

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Onlookers gather in front of the Garabedian family home in the Bronx in this 2004 photo. The Garabedians have decorated their home for nearly four decades with lights and hundreds of animated figurines. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Bronx Family's Christmas Display Is 'So Bad, It's Good'

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Bill Cosby Enlists Santa's Staff For A Silent Night

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