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What to Watch: December 13 - 19

by Stephanie Earp, posted Dec 13th 2010 2:30AM
Survivor - Sunday December 19, 8PM ET/PT, Global/CBS

The two-hour finale and one-hour live reunion show for 'Survivor: Nicaragua' finally roll around after what has felt like a very long season. I'm still a fan of 'Survivor' but this latest batch of castaways certainly tested my patience. It's like they purposefully self-selected down to the most boring players. Maybe that's what watching 20 seasons of 'Survivor' does to people: convinces them to vote off strong personalities early. Note to Mark Burnett: fix this.

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Getting to Know... Cory Monteith

by Caitlin McCormack, posted Apr 13th 2010 2:48PM
Cory MonteithCory Monteith is best-known as Finn Hudson, the male lead of the glee club and the quarterback of McKinley High School in the Fox television series 'Glee.' But before he was belting tunes such as 'Don't Stop Believin'' and 'Lean on Me,' this west-coast Canadian native made his living from a string of odd jobs such as roofing and driving cabs. When a customer suggested he try out acting, Monteith began taking acting classes and discovered that not only did he really enjoy it, but that he also was good at it.

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Canada's laugh reserves running dangerously low

by Danny Gallagher, posted May 4th 2009 8:14PM
The nation of Canada, as viewed through South ParkAmericans might be running out of money, steady jobs and patience, but Canadians are dealing with an equally depressing depletion.

And no, it's not beer. A shortage of Canadian beer would be a blessing, not a curse.

Variety reports that the land of milk and hockey is low on laughs because the CTV network hasn't produced a new hit sitcom that has won the nation's maple syrup pumping hearts.

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AI7 Report Card: The season that was

by Jason Hughes, posted May 27th 2008 1:03PM
AI7 Top 12We scoured the earth (and the archives at various record companies for failed projects that showed vocal promise) to create the greatest assemblage of singing talent American Idol has ever seen! So what happened? After last year's virtual snooze-fest, how did a season that truly did give us perhaps the greatest depth of talent we've ever seen (an argument could be made for Season Five) give us such lackluster shows?

After Sanjaya-gate last year, the biggest controversy to come out this year was that finalist David Hernandez used to be a stripper and David Archuleta's dad might be a Mr. Meany-Pants. And we got to be pissed that Kristy Lee Cook outlasted the likes of Michael Johns. Not until we got to the finale of Davids did things get really intense.

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