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THE AMAZING RACE FINALE on CBS
Tune in to see the remaining couples — like Meghan and Cheyne—rush for the million. Surely they deserve it after conquering wasabi bombs, hay bales, and the ever-terrifying waterslide.
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THE 2000 YEAR OLD MAN on CD/DVD
Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks' ad-libbed shtick about the oldest man in the world is compiled onto four discs in this box set. The 50-year-old recordings are such a riot you'll still be slapping your knee 2,000 years from now.
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''NORWAY,'' Beach House
Thanks to hypnotic multilayered harmonies, this first single off the indie band's upcoming album is as soothing as, well, a day at the beach.
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ARCHIE PANJABI on 'The Good Wife'
Her thigh-high boots were made for walkin', and that's just what they do — all over the bad guys. A perfect counterpart to the plucky Alicia, Panjabi's leather-loving PI kicks ass with a killer wit and brave sense of style.
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JERSEY SHORE on MTV
Fuhgeddabout the Jersey Housewives. They?ve got nothin' on the boorish muscleheads who star in this Garden State-set reality series. Youse gotta watch.
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This hysterical, user-generated website celebrates the cringeworthy photos of your parents' youth. Because the only way to embrace your father's 1970s porn 'stache is to laugh at it. (Or grow your own.)
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"She Wolf/Loba" and "Did It Again" were awesome enough, but Shakira continues to sink her claws into our hearts with her latest single: a sexy, catchy instahit featuring rapper Lil Wayne. Go ahead and try not to shake your hips while the She Wolf howls the thumping chorus: "You can have it all/ Anything you want you can make it yours/Anything you want in the world." The only thing in the world we want? Another single from the Colombian singer — rápido.
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NICOLAS CAGE in 'Bad Lieutenant'
He's good when he?s Bad. In a role that reminds us why we fell in love with Nic Cage in the first place, the actor plays a druggie cop in Werner Herzog's remake — earning his best reviews in years.
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Battle scenes in RED CLIFF
Director John Woo has proved time and time again that he can choreograph a jaw-dropping face-off. But he manages to top himself in this Chinese historical war epic (starring Tony Leung), which features battle scenes so vigorous and awe-inspiring, you'll fight to stay in the theater for a second viewing.
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PATRICIA HEATON on 'The Middle'
The actress revs our readers' engines in the Wednesday ABC sitcom as Frankie Heck, a car saleswoman driven to the brink of exhaustion while attempting to balance work and family. Who needs Raymond when everybody loves Patricia? —submitted by Rebecca
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BRÜNO on DVD
Because even mediocre Sacha Baron Cohen is still funnier, fresher and more daring than most comedy out these days. —Sean S.
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MODERN FAMILY on ABC
My favorite comedy —Mel
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SUPERNATURAL on The CW
It's truly one of the best written and acted shows on television. Sadly, it does not get the recognition it deserves due to the fact it's sci-fi. —Lolabell
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THE BIG BANG THEORY on CBS
It's totally taken over as my favorite comedy. Any show that can make me fall off my couch from laughing AND crying is a big win in my book. —Remy
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SURVIVOR on CBS
I've been a fan from the beginning(ish), and I'll admit, when Russell found the second immunity idol last week without a single clue (AGAIN!), I was a bit skeptical. However, it has been the second week in a row with a great blindside! —Kellen