Sort your laundry into whites and darks? "That's racist," quips one character on Parks and Recreation. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'That's Racist!' How A Serious Accusation Became A Commonplace Quip

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'Just One More Thing' About Falk, TV's 'Columbo'

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What Story Would You Tell On Jeopardy?

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Spanish-Language Network Makes Emmy Bid

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It's Emmy Season, And The Nominees Should Be...

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Channel 101 Contest Eases Amateurs Into Hollywood

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Openly Gay, Black Filmmaker Aims To Boost LGBTs In Media

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Stephen Colbert: In Good 'Company' On Broadway

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