Olympics TV Delay Criticized, But Ratings Are Up

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NBC's Edit Of Olympics Opening Ceremony Draws Ire

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A T-shirt with many of the most infamous spoilers from movies, books and TV. A new study suggests that spoilers actually increase our enjoyment rather than ruin it. Yaili/Flickr hide caption

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It Was All A Dream (Or: Turns Out Spoilers Are Good For You)

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Inside Actor Anthony Mackie's Love For 'Top Gun'

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Andy Cohen on the set of his nightly Bravo talk show, Watch What Happens: Live. Cohen is also Bravo's executive vice president of development and talent, and has helped make Bravo a pop-culture heavyweight. Heidi Gutman/Bravo hide caption

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At Bravo, A Pop-Culture Kingpin Works Day And Night

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'The Jeffersons' Left Lasting Television Legacy

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Hemsley Remembered As Obnoxious, Beloved Jefferson

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"I wish I was taller," was Elaine's caption in the 1998 episode of Seinfeld. Can it get funnier than that? You can try over on The New Yorker's Caption Contest page. Courtesy The New Yorker hide caption

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Not Funny Enough? 'New Yorker' Gives 'Seinfeld' Cartoon A Second Chance

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