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Larry King is in the Guinness Book of World Records for hosting the longest-running show on the same network and in the same time slot. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraqis follow a June 14 parliamentary session on local TV at a barbershop in Baghdad. Sabah Arar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After 25 Years, King Will Hang Up His Suspenders

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Connie Britton has a degree in Asian studies from Dartmouth College. NBC hide caption

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College Conference Two-Step: Choreographed By Cash

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Lock And Load: Ludicrously named army veterans Face Peck (Bradley Cooper) and Hannibal Smith (Liam Neeson), who comprise half of the four-man A-Team, show off their impressive artillery. Doug Curran/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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In This Big Screen Adaptation, 'A' Is For Action

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Hugh Laurie has received four Emmy Award nominations for his role as Gregory House in Fox's prime-time drama House. Mark Lipson/Fox hide caption

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Add It Up: Pricing Out A Visit To TV's 'Dr. House'

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Fangtastic Voyage: The cast of True Blood lounges in the bayou of Louisiana, where the show is set. The vampire soap's third season begins Sunday. HBO hide caption

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