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What Does The Mind Of A Killer Look Like?
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Why Do Good People Do Bad Things?
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TV's Musical Dramas Aren't Always Worth Singing About
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Chris Hayes: From 'Up' In The Morning To 'All In' At Night
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How Ellen DeGeneres Helped Change The Conversation About Gays
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How And Why The Hollywood Star Machine Made 'Gods Like Us'
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'The Bible' Is A Smash, On TV
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Drawing Artistic Inspiration From C-SPAN's Talking Heads
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Not Doing So 'Boffo,' 'Daily Variety' Drops Print Edition
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