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The Edge.....of Night

Erica Kane: Oh, this isn’t my friend; this is my ex-husband.
Adam Chandler: One of many. I’m third from the end – at least, I think so; I haven’t seen Erica for a couple of days.

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Invitation To Hell (1984)

INVITATION TO HELL MARKS another entry into the TV movie world for Wes Craven.
With all due respect to Craven, this certainly feels like a TV movie too. 343 more words

Horror Film

'Documentary Now' Laments Lack of Emmy Wins in Star-Studded FYC Campaign

Amid the crush of networks vying for Emmy consideration, IFC’s comedy series “Documentary Now,” from creators Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers, is attempting to spice things up, releasing an FYC video that sees actors and documentary icons lamenting the fact that the satirical series hasn’t been awarded an Emmy in 50 years (despite only being on the air for two). 206 more words


Smart Captioning (but still counted as Dumb # 38): "Live with Kelly" - Season 4, Episode 187, May 26, 2016

Today Kelly’s cohost was Andy Cohen, and one of her guests was Susan Lucci plugging the upcoming return of “Devious Maids”.

Kelly announced that one of Andy’s ambitions had always been to do an “All My Children” scene with Susan, so hey! 89 more words

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May 21st in history:

Michelangelo’s sculpture, the Pieta, was vandalized at the Vatican on May 21st, 1972 by a geologist named Laszlo Toth. He damaged the statue of the Virgin Mary with several blows from a hammer. 103 more words

Today In History

On April 14 Sarah Michelle Gellar was born...

On April 14, 1977 Sarah Michelle Gellar was born.

Sarah Michelle Gellar is best known for playing the title character, Buffy Summers, on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer.” “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”, created by Joss Whedon (director of “The Avengers” films), lasted seven seasons, and gained Gellar recognition for playing a strong female character, as well as bringing the character of Buffy Summers into the foray of pop culture and into the academic world. 543 more words


Keep R2-D2 Out Of Sports - A Human Error Story

MLB commish Rob Manfred on computers calling balls and strikes https://t.co/ykq6v5yqBN

— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) March 23, 2016

Here’s the thing – technology and progression is good for sports.

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