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  1. Julia Roberts and Sally Field Reunite for Jimmy Kimmel's 'Celebrity Curse Off' (Video)

    11:18 pm 5/5/2014

    Bryan Cranston flubs the word "badonkadonk," Peyton Manning explains his "Omaha" call, and Tom Felton rants about L.A. tea on Monday's late-night shows.Read more

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  2. Growing Up Fisher: TV Review

    4:48 pm 2/23/2014

    After the sentimental "About a Boy," NBC adds a second feel-good comedy, which hugs you a little too tight and a little too long for comfort (or laughs).Read more

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  3. Jenna Elfman Books 'Royal Pains' Visit (Exclusive)

    10:19 am 7/10/2013

    Henry Winkler will also return to reprise his role in the USA Network drama.Read more

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  4. Crystal+Lucy Fashion: Power Women Go for MaxMara and Jumpsuits

    7:06 pm 6/13/2013

    Lots of chic pants, power cocktail dresses and the inevitable jumpsuit were all on display at Thursday's event, where honorees included Hailee Steinfeld and the "Mad Men" actresses.Read more

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  5. Jenna Elfman in Talks to Replace Parker Posey in NBC Comedy 'The Family Guide'

    10:02 pm 5/28/2013

    UPDATED: "Guide" revolves around a family that's brought together by divorce, with Elfman playing the ex-wife opposite blind patriarch J.K. Simmons.Read more

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  6. Jenna Elfman Returning as Host of Crystal & Lucy Awards

    7:55 pm 5/22/2013

    This year's event will honor Laura Linney, the "Mad Men" cast, George Lucas, Sofia Coppola, Hailee Steinfeld and Rachel Morrison.Read more

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  7. '1600 Penn': Josh Gad's Magic Tricks Wow Everyone But the First Lady (Exclusive Video)

    9:00 am 1/22/2013

    THR has an exclusive scene from Thursday's episode, where the Gilchrists' daughter, Becca (Martha MacIsaac), and D.B. (Robbie Amell) discuss the gender of their baby before Skip (Josh Gad) ruins the party.Read more

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  8. Friends With Benefits: Film Review

    9:00 am 7/18/2011

    Director Will Gluck's grown-up romantic comedy brings sexy back to a soggy genre, writes Michael Rechtshaffen.Read more

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