Delusion sold 25,000 tickets — at $40 a head — in less than a week. Creator Jon Braver hopes the attraction's success might be enough to launch a franchise.

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For Halloween, Please Enjoy This Story In Which NPH Freaks Out Ever So Gently

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"I could be wrong, you know:" John Hodgman notes that while his book That Is All is intensely concerned with "the coming global superpocalypse," it also contains much information about travel and sports and wine, and is "not depressing."

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John Hodgman And Robert Siegel Consider 'All' Things, Some Of Them Rather Dubious

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Justin Timberlake arrives at the premiere of In Time on October 20.

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Justin Timberlake On Music, Comedy And Wearing Out His NPR T-Shirt

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Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Rainn Wilson, who plays Dwight on The Office, is featured in the new PBS miniseries America in Primetime, which examines the archetypes on television today.

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'Primetime' TV, Like You've Never Seen It Before

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Ashrita Furman, seen here trying to break his own Guinness World Record for underwater juggling, currently holds the record for holding the most world records, at 119. But even Furman has had record ideas rejected, such as balancing the most salt shakers on an edge.

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No, You Can't: World Record Ideas That Didn't Cut It

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Kreayshawn says "Gucci Gucci" was inspired by the cultural differences she noticed between Oakland and Los Angeles

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Kreayshawn: Controversial Rapper Talks Back

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Michael Shannon plays federal agent Nelson Van Alden on the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. "I think inside of Van Alden is a child — that arrested child — that never really got to develop its own identity," he says.

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Going Under The 'Boardwalk' With Michael Shannon

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Siri's answer to the meaning of life is actually kind of impressive.

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It's A Girl! The New iPhone Speaks

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