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    FIRST PERSON | "The Eric Andre Show" Creators Andrew Barchilon and Kitao Sakurai on Embracing Ineptitude in Their Talk Show Parody

    Andrew Barchilon and Kitao Sakurai, the cofounders of the New York-based production company Naked Faces. got their start in the world of film. Sakurai shot and Barchilon produced Ry Russo-Young's "You Wont Miss Me," after which the pair went on to make 2010 festival favorite "Aard...

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    An Emmy Wish List: Our Ten Most Wanted Nominations for 2012

    Every year the Emmys nominate their usual favorites and a few surprises to the yawns and complaints of the audience, but it’s genuinely impressive how much wheat is in that chaff: “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Louie,” &ldquo...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: 'Me @ The Zoo' and the Return of 'Louie'

    Sure, Sunday is usually overcrowded with high-end TV (like "Weeds" and "Episodes," both back for new seaons this week), but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Again?! Garbage, 'Ally McBeal' & Evil Cats: Nine Other Times the World Almost Ended on 'Futurama'

    In "A Farewell to Arms," the second half of last night's two-episode season premiere of "Futurama" on Comedy Central, a select group of Earth's residents fled to Mars after an ancient prophecy wheel was discovered that seemed to indicate this planet was about to be destro...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: A Dog Doc on HBO and a Dog Costume on 'Wilfred'

    Sunday always feels overcrowded with high-end TV (including Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom," which starts this week on the 24th), but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    On 'Dallas,' Time Has Kept on Ticking

    "Dallas," TNT's relaunch of the primetime CBS soap that ran from 1978 to 1991, isn't a reboot of the original series -- it is, as the network's been careful to point out, a continuation. The setting and basic stuff of the show remains the same -- it's about feuding families...

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    The 10 Best LGBT Scenes From the 2011-2012 TV Season

    It may not be news when two men kiss romantically on ABC primetime any more, but it’s hardly commonplace -- the only thing “Modern Family” odd couple Mitchell and Cameron can stand less than each other is PDA. We've already shared our thoughts about television's most influe...

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    How the Changing Visual Style of This Season of 'Mad Men' Reflects Its Characters' Uncertainty About What's to Come

    It’s been a busy season at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (R.I.P.), full of new arrivals, rites of passage, abrupt departures (professional and corporeal), divorces, fistfights, acid trips and assignations. And the tumultuous events taking place on the surface have been mirrored by changes benea...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: 'We Were Here' and the Return of Amy Sherman-Palladino

    Sure, with "True Blood," "Girls," "Nurse Jackie," and more, Sunday is always overcrowded with high-end TV, but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    The Five Most Influential LGBT Characters on TV

    Television often seems to have a stronger impact than film on the way the public discusses social issues, something that has a lot to do with the way it's watched -- in your own home, in company you select yourself, when your guard is down and you therefore have a more intimate relationship with...

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