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Can The Networks Ever Create Another Night Of 'Must-See TV'?

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Pop singer Katy Perry became known for her song "I Kissed a Girl," and that became a problem for Katie Perry, a marketing manager at a New York advertising agency. Aijaz Rahi/AP hide caption

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Emergency responders are running headlong into a growing phenomenon: roads bottled up by swarms of tornado chasers Matt Piechota /YouTube hide caption

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New Hazard On The Horizon: Amateur Storm Chasers

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Obama Said WHAT? At The Correspondents' Dinner?

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Egyptian Comedian's Case Raises Free Speech Concerns

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, 2006, Shigeru Miyamoto, Executive Producer; Eiji Aonuma, Director; Satoru Takizawa, Art Director; Eiji Aonuma, Satoru Iwata, Producers, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo of America, Inc. Smithsonian American Art Museum hide caption

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Blasts From The Past: The Art Of Video Games

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Director Garry Marshall and sister, actress-director Penny Marshall, seen here in 2004 when she received her star on the Walk Of Fame. Vince Bucci/Getty Images hide caption

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Garry Marshall On His 'Happy Days'

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Shakira Shuts Out J-Lo At Latin Billboard

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Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Is "slacks" the worst word in the English language? The New Yorker thinks so. Hollywood producer Robert Evans might disagree. He poses here with some of his most fashionable slacks in 1957. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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'Moist,' 'Dude' and 'Slacks': The Worst Words Ever?

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Sen. Joseph Cantwell, played by Eric McCormack (left), is an ambitious striver who throws mud at his rival, Secretary William Russell, played by John Larroquette, who debates whether to use some dirt of his own in The Best Man. Joan Marcus/ hide caption

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Broadway's 'Best Man': John Larroquette

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Patrick Stewart co-starred in the BBC series that spanned the history of the Roman empire from Augustus through Claudius. Acorn Media hide caption

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I, David Bianculli, Highly Recommend 'I, Claudius'

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Hugh Laurie has received two Golden Globe awards and two Screen Actors Guild awards for his portrayal of Dr. Gregory House. Fox hide caption

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Hugh Laurie's 'House': No Pain, No Gain

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