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Mary Tyler Moore (left, as Mary Richards) gives a 'thumbs up' sign as she sits at her desk with Betty White (as Sue Ann Nivens) in a scene from 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' in 1975. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Mary Tyler Moore: On Her Own, Single And Singular

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Benedict Cumberbatch plays the famed detective on Masterpiece Mystery! Presents Sherlock. Robert Viglasky/Hartswood Films 2016 and Masterpiece hide caption

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George Michael, seen here performing in September 2012, died this week. Among other things, the man could wear a suit. Samir Hussein/Redferns via Getty Images hide caption

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Ari Shapiro and Ann Powers on George Michael's Radical Impact

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Actors Henry Winkler (left), Penny Marshall, Writer/producer Garry Marshall, Cindy Williams and Dick Van Dyke pose for a portrait during the "TV Land Awards" in 2008. Todd Williamson/Getty Images for TV Land hide caption

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Mike Nichols, seen here in 2013, died Wednesday at 83. Dario Cantatore/AP hide caption

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Mike Nichols: Remembering The Ellipses After The Story Ends

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Robin Williams, seen here at the Emmy Awards in September 2013, died Monday at the age of 63. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering The Big-Hearted Comedy Of Robin Williams

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The "chestburster" is one of the many deeply unsettling images of 1979's Alien, probably the best-known work of designer H.R. Giger. Giger's original chestburster design changed substantially as he inched toward this final version with director Ridley Scott and others. 20th Century Fox/PictureDesk hide caption

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