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    Jeff Garlin Discusses 'Dealin' With Idiots,' the Future of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' and Why He Voted For a Porn Star for Governor

    The stand-up comedian had a lot to say Monday night at the 92nd Street Y in a conversation where nothing was off limits, including the future of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and his recent arrest. Appearing in support of his new movie, "Dealin' with Idiots," and his upcoming ABC sitcom, "The Goldbergs," G...

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    Women Behaving Badly: Amy Jellicoe, the Manipulative Do-Gooder From 'Enlightened'

    The great thing about Amy Jellicoe is that she's not going to kill you. Television is littered with male antiheroes playing with their guns, or knives in the case of Al Swearengen from "Deadwood." Even "Mad Men" can't escape a whiff of sex and violence, especially as the '60s heat up. Now there are ...

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    Why Dexter Needs to Die: Meditations on the Approaching End of Showtime's Serial Killer Drama

    Tony Soprano left us in a cut to black that still fuels debates about whether it signified his getting whacked or just our getting shut out of the story. Vic Mackey ended up alive but alone in the purgatory of a desk job.

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    Women Behaving Badly: Patty Hewes, the Ruthless and Regal Lawyer From 'Damages'

    When a woman is in a position of power and doesn't shy away from asserting herself, she's often labeled a "bitch." And Glenn Close's Patty Hewes of "Damages" has been called a bitch more than her fair share of times. An alpha female with her own law firm, Patty takes on high-profile clients, usually...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Snowboarders, Skateboarders and Female Sports Journalists' Fight for Clubhouse Access

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "True Blood," the recently returned "The Newsroom," "Copper," "Dexter," "Ray Donovan" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    All We Can Talk About Is 'Sharknado,' So Why Can't We Watch It NOW?

    "Sharknado" is all over the entertainment news today. Time Magazine writer James Poniewozik took a break from his vacation to write a review of the made-for-TV flick, calling it "genius" and "exquisitely ridiculous."

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    5 TV Comedy Actors Turned Movie Stars (5 More Who Floundered)

    With "Grown Ups 2" starring "SNL" alumnus Adam Sandler and "King of Queens" star Kevin James opening this weekend, and "The Way Way Back" with Steve Carell of "The Office" fame out since last week, your local multiplex will soon be playing a choice of films with star actors who originally made their...

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    Women Behaving Badly: Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace, the Cocky, Troublemaking Pilot From 'Battlestar Galactica'

    Before it ever aired on TV, Syfy's reimagining of "Battlestar Gallactica" had an uphill battle to fight. Many fans of the original, 1978 version -- a rote and admittedly cheesy "Star Wars" knockoff -- were not happy when it was announced that one of the show's most popular characters would go from a...

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    How the Burdens of Being Tony Soprano Wore on James Gandolfini, and Other Stories from Television's Third Golden Age

    Check out an excerpt from Brett Martin's new book "Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad," now available from Penguin Press.

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    Heidegger Would Have Been a Fan of 'Breaking Bad': A Philosophical Take on the AMC Series

    Thoughts on "Breaking Bad," death and Heidegger in an excerpt from "'Breaking Bad' and Philosophy: Badder Living Through Chemistry."

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