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Screen Time: Bob Mondello's Favorite Films Of 2013

TV may have been great this year, but don't roll the credits on 2013 films just yet. The film critic lists his annual best of the best for your pleasure.

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Make It So: Sir Patrick Stewart Moos In Udder Accents

The English drama and moovie star proves he's one of the best in his field by grazing us with his impersonations of code-switching cows.

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