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‘Lost’ Credits: Interpretations (videos)

As any fan knows, Lost does not feature an opening credit sequence (aside from the title screen), but a little hangup like that isn’t

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Apple’s latest gadget, the iPad, is set to hit shelves next week. There’s been a lot of talk about how the shiny new

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The Braces Come Off: The End of ‘Ugly Betty’

As Betty Suarez rushes headlong toward her inevitable destiny of inner and outer beauty, it is time to praise all the supporting players that actually made Ugly Betty worth watching.

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TV’s Time Warp: ABC Plans on ‘Star Search’ Remake

ABC considers a new version of the '80s hit

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14 Mar 2010 // 9:59 PM

Chronic ‘Lost’ Sickness

The Lost Syndrome has consumed me for five years running, and I'm growing weaker. It’s like X-Filesioma all over again.

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9 Mar 2010 // 9:00 PM

Creator: Various

In comics not everyone can write nor draw (nor ink, color nor letter). So, there will always be 'great' works that cannot be attributed to a single talented contributor.

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Borders Books: Corporate Media Heroin in Las Vegas, Part One

Moving into the next decade, we are being endlessly pummeled by journalists and pundits in the media attempting to sum up for us poor saps

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9 Feb 2010 // 8:00 AM

Basement Jaxx - “Look of Love (Felix Jaxx Booty Remix)” (MP3)

Basement Jaxx have remixed ‘80s new wave classic from those old New Romantics, ABC. Man, this one takes me back… Actually, the album that song

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4 Feb 2010 // 4:18 AM

It may take a while to process everything from Tuesday’s season premiere of “Lost,” but this is certain: It was fantastic. I was on

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3 Feb 2010 // 7:45 AM

President Obama has had a rocky first year in office. But he made at least one indisputably sagacious policy decision: When he found out his

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Lost fans still have a couple "Faradays" between them and the premiere of the show's final season, but there's no shortage of web goodies to appease those who can't help but froth at the mouth in anticipation.

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12 Jan 2010 // 3:00 PM

Top 10 Episodes of 2009

As I continue to look back on the best TV of 2009, these are the ten best episodes...

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Get Your DVRs Ready: Five Shows Returning In 2010

Suffering from December doldrums on the tube? Fear not. There is a light on the horizon beyond all the holiday specials and reruns. Here are five shows returning in 2010 that will help fill up your DVR.

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2 Dec 2009 // 9:00 AM

Holding Out For ‘Heroes’

Set an end date. Save the show.

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24 Sep 2009 // 3:00 AM

Perhaps you’ve heard by now: Next winter, ABC’s “Lost” will begin airing its final episodes, bringing to a crescendo six seasons of mind-blowing,

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22 Sep 2009 // 1:20 AM

“Obviously crime pays,” noted plumber-philosopher G. Gordon Liddy once said, “or there’d be no crime.” Or television, he might have added. Network TV’s

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Soundscape of the Body Politic: The Songs of Thomas Pynchon’s ‘Inherent Vice’

Interpolators of literature always try to figure out how we, as readers, glean the book in our hands. Arguments between the likes of Harold Bloom

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith (trailer)

A literary/pulp mashup. At its best? That remains to be seen. Author Seth Grahame-Smith must have some real cajones to tamper with a such

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18 Jun 2009 // 5:02 AM

Brace yourself for ABC’s ‘Impact’

Disaster movies were once a guilty pleasure of mine. I mean, who doesn’t enjoy seeing the Statue of Liberty toppled and the Golden Gate

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20 May 2009 // 3:18 AM

ABC and NBC took opposite approaches to filling their 2009-2010 schedules, which launch in September. ABC announced Tuesday it will add 11 new programs to its

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

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"Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.

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