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TOY STORY 3
Pixar continues to have the best batting average in Hollywood, hitting another home run by returning to the characters that started it all. It's been 10-plus years since Woody and Buzz last made us laugh, but our love for them never gets old.
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STONES IN EXILE on DVD
Okay, you've heard that the Rolling Stones' 1972 classic, Exile on Main Street, was made in Keith Richards' dungeon-like basement in France. But have you seen it? Check out this documentary to get a firsthand account of how the band fled U.K. taxes and ended up recording a musical masterpiece — straight from the mouth of Mick Jagger.
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ONE DAY, by David Nicholls
This funny and charming novel depicts two friends' relationship on a single day every year for two decades. No wonder it's being turned into a rom-com.
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A deliciously entertaining blend of American Gladiators and Mystery Science Theater 3000, the obstacle-course reality show — now in its third season — makes contestants perform zany stunts while John Anderson and former Talk Soup host John Henson provide hilarious commentary. (ABC, Tuesdays, 8 p.m.)
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''MACON,'' Jamey Johnson
In the warm months ahead, when the radio airwaves will be filled with dirty jams, here's a refreshingly heartfelt, sweetly soulful country tune about going home to your one and only love.
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THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN
John Updike, Roger Angell, A.J. Liebling, John McPhee: The New Yorker busts out the big names in a collection of the magazine's best sportswriting. It's the perfect last-minute Father's Day gift!
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This docuseries creates a compelling blend of art and science, following doctors, nurses, and patients at three different Boston hospitals as they face the gritty reality of life and death. (ABC, Thursdays, 10 p.m.)
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Good news, everyone! Professor Farnsworth, Fry, Bender Bending Rodríguez, and the whole crew are back from the deep-space regions of cancellation with new episodes and a new channel. It's the most welcome cartoon resurrection since Family Guy, so bring on the third-millennium high jinks. (Comedy Central, Thursdays, 10 p.m.)