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Box Office Breakdown:  Blades Has The Cutting Edge

It really shouldn’t have been hard to predict that a Will Ferrell movie—or frankly a better movie—would take the top spot away from those fightin’ turtles.  Audiences simply love watching him mock their beloved sports.  It’s also worth nothing that TMNT sunk so low…it was even surpassed by the old fave, 300.  Cowabunga?#$%! Here’s how the rest of the weekend broke down: 1. Blades of Glory, Paramount, $33,014,202 2. Meet the Robinsons, Disney, $25,123,781 3. …

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Cast Your Vote to Save One Show

Over at E! Online, TV guru Kristin Veitch is having her annual vote to ‘Save One Show’... so now’s your chance to help one of your favorites live to see another season on TV. Kristin runs down the list of which shows are likely to make a second return, which ones are on the fence, and those that soon may no longer have a pulse. You have until Friday, April 6 to place your vote …

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Get Your Stand-up Schooling Online

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Cable, Cable/Satellite, Internet,

If you’ve ever dreamed of making it big in stand-up comedy, Comedy Central may just have your first step towards that dream. Today, Comedy Central has started a series of online classes to teach interested comedians-in-training about the finer points of the craft. This is a cool little feature, with 10 broadband video classes called “Crash Course in Comedy.” OK, so maybe it’s not the quick route to comedy stardom, but instructor Ted Alexandro of …

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Trump Keeps His Hair After Wrestling Bet

Did you think this could go down any other way than Trump walking away with a full head of hair? If you weren’t aware of the “Battle of the Billionaires” that went down between Donald Trump and World Wrestling Entertainment owner Vince McMahon, the two had a wrestling match where the winner would keep their hair intact. Sounds kind of interesting, although neither got in the ring and did the actual fighting—they had representatives handle …

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FilmCrunch 034: Letters from Iwo Jima, This Film is Not Yet Rated, Movie Theater Etiquette

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep are back with a full episode of FilmCrunch. In this show, expect a review of Clint Eastwood‘s Letters from Iwo Jima, along with a DVD review of This Film is Not Yet rated. Now we want to hear from you - hit the forums and let us know what you think, what you want us to watch next, and any other recommendations you have for the show. ...

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America’s Next Top Model:  Cycle 8: The Girl Who Takes Credit

Now this episode of ANTM started off a bit creepy.  We had the unfortunately opportunity to listen in on a sexually-tinged phone conversation between Natasha and her husband.  While we can all speculate as to whether she was an actual mail-order bride, knowing that she was only 18 when she married the 40-year-old is quite unsettling…especially since she didn’t speak any English at the time.  But who am I to judge?  Natasha told her husband …

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Great American Dream Gets Canned

Well, that was fast. The Great American Dream Vote started on Tuesday, aired again Wednesday, and got the axe on Thursday. ABC is wasting no time on this waste of TV time, pulling the show from the schedule immediately and putting it “on hiatus.” We all know that’s the kiss of death. Sad when not even the “great” Donny Osmond can keep a crummy show afloat. Well, I say great loosely, but there are plenty …

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How President Bush Can Predict the Ending of “I Love New York”

Oh, yeah, I’m going to make this work.  Now, if you’re not familiar with the show, “I Love New York” is not a show wherein people from the South express their adoration for the city I call home while secretly hating it and using the term “Yankees” (the people, not the team) as a curse word.  No, it’s VH1’s “celebreality” (as they feel the need to call it) show about the search for love by …

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Alec Baldwin Wants to Fund Soldier’s Education

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Comedy, Prime Time, NBC,

As if I needed another reason to love Alec Baldwin, he goes and does something very sweet. After a touching March 4th article in the New York Times about a young female Army soldier who is going to Iraq, Baldwin tracked down her family to make an offer they couldn’t refuse—helping to pay for 18-year-old Resha Kane’s college education. This comes as somewhat of a surprise since Baldwin has been vocal about not agreeing with the …

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Childhood Obesity Documentary From Al Roker

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Posted by Wendy Michaels
Categories: Prime Time, Cable, Cable/Satellite,

Al Roker knows a thing or two about being a heavy kid, having to shop in the husky section for clothing. We’re all more than familiar with grown up and overweight Roker and his 2002 gastric bypass surgery to drop weight. He’s now hoping to draw more attention to the childhood obesity problem with a new documentary on the Food Network. Childhood Obesity: Danger Zone will air on Saturday at 9:00 p.m. According to Roker, “If …

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