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Still Smiling? Jay Leno, seen here in 2004 behind the desk on his old Tonight Show set, returns to the show March 1 — but may be bringing some baggage along. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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As Leno Goes Late Again, Is His Brand Still Strong?

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Time To Cheer: American Paul Turek watches the USA hockey game against Canada in Vancouver. The success of U.S. athletes at the 2010 Olympics have helped draw large audiences in the United States. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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With iTunes Consumers Ponder Ditching Cable

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Shankman's Winning Job: Producing The Oscars

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New gay dating site ManCrunch.com made an ad for the Super Bowl, featuring two male football fans kissing. The ad was rejected by CBS. ManCrunch.com hide caption

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Comedian Aziz Ansari won the Jury Award for "Best Standup" in 2006 at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. Andrew H. Walker/Getty hide caption

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Aziz Ansari: The Funniest Tool In 'Parks' Utility Shed

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On the season premiere of Lost, the aftermath from Juliet's detonation of that hydrogen bomb is revealed. Mario Perez/ABC hide caption

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Super Bowl XLIV, By The Numerals

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