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    Like everything else in our national life that once generated excitement from the presence of crowds, this year's Emmy Awards will be similarly diminished.
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    When a TV network resorts to clowns throwing pies, then you know you are in a season of supreme silliness.
  • Drew Barrymore Makes High-Energy Daytime Debut
    "The Drew Barrymore Show" is a new offering from the undisputed titans of national first-run syndication, CBS Television Distribution.
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    TV's biggest attraction comes back in earnest this weekend surrounded by questions.
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