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Wilford Brimley’s not dead (but you can buy his ranch, anyway)

Wilford Brimley’s not dead (but you can buy his ranch, anyway)

| July 25, 2014 | Reply

Actor, diabeetus spokesman and cockfighting enthusiast Wilford Brimley is selling his Wyoming Horse Ranch (despite the fact he’s very much still alive).

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‘Lou Grant’ plane crash episode: Life imitates art in ‘Obituary’

‘Lou Grant’ plane crash episode: Life imitates art in ‘Obituary’

| July 22, 2014 | Reply

Nine months after the “Lou Grant” fifth-season episode “Obituary” aired in 1982, an airplane used in the production crashed in an eerie case of life imitating art.

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Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dead at 51

Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dead at 51

| June 20, 2013 | Reply

James Gandolfini, the actor best-known for his Emmy Award-winning portrayal of mafia boss Tony Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos,” has died.

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DC Comics luminary Carmine Infantino dead at 87

DC Comics luminary Carmine Infantino dead at 87

| April 4, 2013 | Reply

Carmine Infantino was best known for overhauling Batman in the 1960s and co-creating a revived Flash, ushering in the Silver Age of comics.

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“Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin tempts fate once too often

| September 4, 2006 | Reply

After tempting fate for years, Australian “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin has finally been killed while filming a documentary on Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef. Irwin, 44, was a passionate naturalist best known to American audiences as the lunatic on TV who liked to poke dangerous animals with a stick. The Crocodile Hunter died after being struck […]

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Everybody Hates Chris (but I don’t!)

| March 13, 2006 | Reply

In the current wasteland of network television, quality sitcoms really stand out. Everybody Hates Chris is the only one I’ve found recently.

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NBC (Now Being Canceled) axing The West Wing

NBC (Now Being Canceled) axing The West Wing

| February 28, 2006 | 1 Reply

NBC execs are all stupid and continue running their once-great network into the ground. Or something like that.

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