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    'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Press Conference with Kristen Stewart - Live-Blog

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Nov 1, 2012

    What was it like playing Bella Swan for the last time? HitFix live-blogs
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    Interview: Jeremy Sisto talks 'Suburgatory,' being wacky and indie film

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013

    The on-screen and off-screen nice guy talks tone, Tessa
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    Exclusive: Watch this deleted 'Grey's Anatomy' scene

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Aug 23, 2013

    Maybe Meredith is more upset than anyone suspects
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    Review: 'Masters of Sex' - 'Phallic Victories'

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Dec 8, 2013

    Bill struggles in Virginia's absence, while Dr. DePaul thrives in her presence
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    'New Girl' - 'Bad in Bed': The internet is for porn

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Dec 6, 2011

    The show again fails to get laughs out of Jess' sex life
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    Olivia Munn doesn't think she'll get to play Wonder Woman

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013

    Would she be a good fit to play the heroine in 'Justice League'?
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    Review: Ridley Scott's 'Counselor' makes slick but miserable use of Fassbender

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Oct 24, 2013

    Cormac McCarthy's prose doesn't make the jump to the screen
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    '30 Rock' - 'The Moms': If you believe they put a man on the moon...

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, May 7, 2010

    A very Mother's Day episode
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    Watch: Bill Hader on the real reason he left 'Saturday Night Live'

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013

    Practical considerations played a major role in the comedian's decision
  • All in the Family - The Complete First Season

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 1, 2009

    Includes - All in the Family: Meet the Bunkers (1971) All in the Family: Writing the President (1971) All in the Family: Archie Gives Blood (1971) All in the Family: Gloria Is Pregnant (1971) All in the Family: Lionel Moves Into the Neighborhood (1971) All in the Family: The First and Last Supper (1971) All in the Family: Success Story (1971) All in the Family: Gloria Discovers Women's Lib (1971) All in the Family: Archie Is Worried About His Job (1971) All in the Family: Edith Has Jury Duty (1971) All in the Family: Now That You Know the Way (1971) All in the Family: Judging Books By Covers (1971) All in the Family: Archie's Aching Back (1971) All in the Family: Meet the Bunkers The sitcom that changed the face of American television premiered on January 12, 1971, with the last of three pilot episodes filmed between 1968 and 1970 (during which time the property underwent two near-complete cast overhauls and three title changes). Written by series co-producer Norman Lear, "Meet the Bunkers" used the occasion of Archie and Edith Bunker's wedding anniversary to introduce the main characters and rapidly establish both the mood and tenor of all the episodes to come. Though virtually plotless, the episode is jam-packed with incident: Archie and Mike have a heated argument over "racial profiling," Edith tries to drag a recalcitrant Archie to church, Gloria and Mike are so hot for one another that they can barely wait until they get to the bedroom, and Lionel Jefferson (Mike Evans) uses broad African-American stereotypes to subtly needle the reactionary Archie. Especially worth noting in this inaugural episode is Jean Stapleton's portrayal of Edith, who comes off as a lot less stupid and a lot more sarcastic than she would in future episodes. While "Meet the Bunkers" seems somewhat tame when seen today, it packed enough of a wallop back in 1971 for CBS to issue a disclaimer at the beginning of the program, in which the network lauded All in the Family for its courage and daring and simultaneously begged the viewers' pardon for those qualities. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Writing the President Incensed that Mike has written a stern and critical letter to President Nixon, super-patriotic Archie tries to set things right by penning his own missive to the Chief Executive. "Dear Mr. President...Your Honor...Sir..." -- and Archie even dons a clean shirt and tie for the occasion. Scripted by Paul Harrison, Lennie Weinrib, and Norman Lear from a story by Les Erwin and Fred Freiberger, "Writing the President" originally aired on January 19, 1971. Though withdrawn from CBS' daytime rerun package of All in the Family at the request of producer Lear (who felt that Archie's behavior was ridiculous even for him), the episode has since been restored to the series' syndicated package. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Archie Gives Blood Archie balks at the notion of donating blood at the local Red Cross. When Mike accuses him of being chicken, Archie protests that he doesn't want to give up a precious pint of his own "pure" blood unless he can be certain that the recipient will not be a member of a minority group. Archie's ethnocentric monologues in this episode are so incredibly convoluted that one almost grudgingly admires his stubborn stupidity. Written by series coproducer Norman Lear, "Archie Gives Blood" first aired on February 2, 1971, replacing the originally scheduled episode "Judging Books by Covers." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide All in the Family: Gloria Is Pregnant When Gloria announces that she's pregnant, both Mike and Archie blanche in terror. Not only did Mike enter into matrimony with the understanding that there wouldn't be any children, but he just plain can't afford to be a father. As for Archie, he is dead set against Gloria bringing a "little Meathead" into the world. The ending of this episode is especially poignant, with Archie revealing a heretofore well-hidden tender and comp