Morning Shots: 'South Park' Lifts A Sketch, And There's A New Superman This morning: The creators of 'South Park' admit to stealing from a College Humor sketch, DC Comics shows off a new Superman (for those who like moody vampires), and the weekend box office treats horror very well.
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Morning Shots: 'South Park' Lifts A Sketch, And There's A New Superman

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If your tastes run to Broadway (and maybe even if they don't), check out this weekend's NPR piece on a new book about the Hammerstein family.

In quite an embarrassing episode, the creators of South Park have apologized for lifting their Inception parody from CollegeHumor.com. Whether you believe the "honest mistake" explanation or not, at least they're not claiming coincidence.

In the spirit of Halloween, please enjoy the A.V. Club's killer list of TV Halloween costumes, including Jim as "Three-Hole-Punch Jim" on The Office.

You will not believe it when you see the new Superman. I predict you will think it is a joke. Apparently, it is not.

You may remember the Parents Television Council from last week's Glee photo dust-up -- The New York Times has an update on the hard times the group is facing. Apparently, being angry at television isn't what it used to be, business-wise.

So Paranormal Activity 2 made a lot of money this weekend. No, a lot of money. Not "a lot of money compared to how expensive it was to make," but "in general, inherently, a lot of money."

Why doesn't everyone read the same books anymore? One guy's lament against Twitter, Harry Potter, and the fact that people no longer sit around making fun of each other about the books they haven't read.