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What's On Tonight: 'Charlie Brown,' 'Mythbusters,' 'In Plain Sight'
- Here's tonight's TV lineup (all times Eastern). At 8, ABC has a new 'It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown,' followed by new episodes of 'The Middle,' 'Modern Fam...
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Simpsons writer brings animated sci-fi comedy to Comedy Central
- Comedy Central is adding a number of shows to its schedule for the upcoming fall season. One of the network's more interesting projects comes from former Simpsons writer...
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The title of ``social worker'' doesn't seem to justly describe Mark Lilly's job. Perhaps ``social miracle worker'' comes closer. He's the central figure in this animated horror-comedy series, set at the Department of Integration in New York, where Lilly begins the process of helping new citizens -- both human and ``other'' -- adapt to life in the Big Apple. Providing as little help as possible are his co-workers, including demonic bureaucrat Twayne, drunken wizard Leonard Powers, surly law enforcement head Frank Grimes and succubus Callie Maggotbone, Lilly's casual fling.
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