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Carrie Bradshaw - Sex and the City

Carrie Bradshaw - Sex and the City

Broadway in Entertainment Weekly

Broadway in Entertainment Weekly

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzCeOqBFu6w (more…)

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From  EOnline:
Kevin Eubanks, Jay LenoIf this isn’t an indication that Jay Leno‘s bandleader was a closet Team CoCo supporter, we don’t know what is. Except maybe our wishful thinking. (more…)

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CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site ManCrunch, telling the site that the ad “is not within the Network’s Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday.”, James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed (more…)

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Rob Lowe, Calista Flockhart, Brothers and Sisters

How many big names can ABC’s Brothers & Sisters lose?

First Balthazar Getty, then Rob Lowe and now word is leaking via reports elsewhere that Calista Flockhart may have one-half of a foot out the door.

So what really is going on with our beloved Walkers? Who’s in and who’s out? Here’s the scoop… (more…)

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“To all the people watching, I can never thank you enough for your kindness to me and I’ll think about it for the rest of my life. All I ask of you is one thing: please don’t be cynical. I hate cynicism- it’s my least favorite quality and it doesn’t lead anywhere.

Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you’re kind, amazing things will happen…”

Watch Conan’s final Tonight Show on Hulu

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New York-area cable subscribers have their HGTV and Food Network back after Scripps Networks Interactive and Cablevision Systems Corp. came to an agreement in a fee dispute.


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from TMZ.com:
Conan O'Brien, The Tonight ShowConan O’Brien is losing “The Tonight Show” but he’ll be getting a $32.5 million consolation prize courtesy of NBC … sources tell TMZ.

In return, we’ve learned Conan has agreed to sit on the bench until September. Translation — he can’t host another show until the fall.

In addition to the $32.5 mil, we’ve learned NBC is also paying severance to Conan’s “Tonight Show” employees. In all, we’re told NBC’s payout is around $40 million.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2010/01/19/conan-obrien-the-tonight-show-nbc-deal-32-million-dollars-deal-masterbating-bear-triumph-the-insult-comic-dog-fox/#ixzz0d4xiRJXl (more…)

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from http://abcnews.go.com/:

Hours after releasing a statement that he will not do “The Tonight Show” if his new airtime is 12:05 a.m., late night comedian Conan O’Brien took to the airwaves pulling no punches. After receiving more applause than usual, O’Brien urged his fans to settle down, quipping that “I may not have that much time.”

His employer, NBC, had planned to unceremoniously oust the host from his 11:35 p.m. ET time slot come February to make room for a Jay Leno program.

“My name is Conan O’Brien and I may soon be available for children’s parties,” he announced.

He then reminisced about watching the “Tonight Show” as a child. “I remember watching Johnny Carson and thinking, someday I’m going to host that show for seven months,” he said.

But O’Brien, seemingly uninterested in currying favor with NBC, let one of his staff writers, Deon Cole, deliver some of his harsher barbs. In a racy bit, Cole compared O’Brien to a prostitute and the network to his pimp.

“Do you make people happy before they go to sleep,” Cole asked O’Brien. “Has Charlie Sheen ever been on your couch?”

Verteran NBC newsman Tom Brokaw was O’Brien’s first guest of the evening and started by comparing himself to the crazy old uncle who gets wheeled out to a family reunion without realizing a feud was brewing.

“I also understand your anger and I wish you only happiness in your life,” Brokaw told O’Brien. “It’s hard for me to imagine you not a member of the family.”

In the statement released today, the late night comedian did not make clear whether he plans to stay with NBC. In the wake of releasing his statement, the Internet rallied around O’Brien, turning him into a trending topic on Twitter, with fans voicing support for “Team Conan.”

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