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Farewell True/Slant, but not Mr. Media Radio!

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If you've been enjoying Mr. Media Radio posts and audio here on True/Slant, don't despair! The show continues on over at http://www.mrmedia.com with more than 600 archived celebrity and media newsmaker interviews! Subscribe to the RSS feed and you'll never miss a show! And in addition to audio, we're now doing [...]
 
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  • I read that piece. I've never watched the show. It's a little like rubbernecking, a cheap, easy way to laugh at someone you really disdain without them knowing it. I'll pass. I also find the fact [...]read » T/S CAITLIN KELLY
 
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We already know the real Snooki

As much as Professor Thompson is a fan of the show, “I certainly wouldn’t want to be stuck in an elevator with her,” he said. The fact is, Snooki is much more interesting as a character than she is in any other context. “We don’t even know how [...]
 
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  • I love Louis CK and he is the personification of talent unbound, but it seems a tad early in the sitcom's run to begin declaring grandiose status for his show. Stand-up is difficult to translate [...]read » pjenkins
 
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  • Louie has the potential to be as revolutionary as Seinfeld but I don't think either show define a generation. United for a half an hour of comedy, yes. Defining an era, not quite. Seinfeld broke rules [...]read » dj88
 
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  • I haven't seen this show yet, so I'm curious to know if the people portrayed in it are as unrelentingly vile as the people in Seinfeld were. Seinfeld was imaginative and funny, sure, but the everyone [...]read » ncfrommke
 
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Is 'Louie' this generation's 'Seinfeld'?

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Don't you love it when journalists...OK, bloggers...throw out preposterous headlines in the form of a question, just to get you to click on the article and find out, inevitably, that the answer is a simple "No."? Like "Is the Airbag the Most Dangerous Part of an Automobile?" No, no it [...]
 
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Steve Jobs, Sarah Palin--Soulmates

Who knew Steve Jobs had so much in common with Sarah Palin? Or Michelle Bachmann or the others shouting from their Tea cups. All of them despise the media for daring to shed harsh light on their crusades as they crush anyone in their way who might want to erect a [...]
 
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  • I think she's had her day and like a Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Steve Jobs (well, health reasons really), Harrison Ford and Bill Gates may want to work on smaller and more personal projects where [...]read » mozza
 
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Are we finally over Oprah?

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To quote George Clooney in Intolerable Cruelty, she fascinates me. I'm talking about Oprah Winfrey, not Catherine Zeta-Jones. Every time I see her interview a major star on The Oprah Winfrey Show, whether it's Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, the Twilight kids, Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, or Tom Cruise, I always [...]
 
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  • Hey, Sue. NCIS fans who read this article and were reading me for the first time really misunderstood me. I don't think cool is good and uncool is bad. I use the words to refer to what the general [...]read » T/S JEREMY HELLIGAR
 
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Bravo's 'Work of Art' shows hipsters are monsters

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When I first heard about Bravo's latest reality offering, Work of Art: The Search for the Next Great Artist, in which a bunch of hipster artistes compete against each other for big big prizes, I died a little inside. The fact Sarah Jessica Parker was producing didn't help much. However, [...]
 
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Comedian Pat McGann talks his new TV show, 'The Chicago Stand-up Project'

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So a former White Sox player, an Olympic speed skater, a meteorologist and a magazine editor walk into a comedy club. That’s no joke—that’s exactly what Ron Kittle, Shani Davis, Amy Freeze and Susanna Negovan did, as the first subjects of the new TV show “The Chicago Stand-up Project.” Created [...]
 
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  • In your blind rage, lawdawg, you have not only misquoted me, but you misread my entire post. First of all, I never said I would watch NCIS if I had friends in law enforcement. In the post, I said [...]read » T/S JEREMY HELLIGAR
 
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  • Hey, I didn't say the shows were/are not popular. They are highly rated for a reason. I said I don't know anyone die-hard fans of them. And I don't. I suppose if I had more friends in law enforcement... I [...]read » T/S JEREMY HELLIGAR
 
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The Nielsen TV ratings confuse me. For the week of June 28, 2010, NCIS was the third most-watched show in the U.S., with 9.8 million viewers, according to the Nielsens. NCIS: Los Angeles was No. 7 (8.3 million). Criminal Minds was No. 19 (6.2 million). I know that everything goes [...]
 
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  • Have to disagree on this one. I think Jonathan Rhys-Meyers was the least able of all the actors on The Tudors. His role was reduced to a bombastic caricature of Henry VIII over the last couple of [...]read » inmyhumbleopinion
 
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  • Hey there... cool article.. but I wanted to point out.. regardless of the fact that we disagree on Nouri on AMC right now ( I think his rough-hewn-ness is a bit of fresh air on a show so WASP-y) but [...]read » P Kellach Waddle
 
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  • You know, bettyej, years ago, I read an interview with John Beradino, who played Dr. Steve Hardy on General Hospital. He said that in the early '80s, after Demi Moore and Genie Francis had both left [...]read » T/S JEREMY HELLIGAR
 
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If 'General Hospital' is good enough for James Franco...

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Ask any aspiring actor or actress where he or she would like to be in five or 10 years, and chances are, they won't respond, "On a daytime soap opera." Once upon a time, ambitious thespians -- including Julianne Moore, Meg Ryan, Demi Moore, Tommy Lee Jones, and, um, David [...]
 
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  • In any case I'd hope he runs in Connecticut, that state w here I grew up, just so we don't have to deal with another six years of the the shame that is Joe Lieberman. Alec certainly has his flaws, [...]read » aattarw
 
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  • I wish he'd stick to acting. He's my favorite actor, but IMO, he has a serious problem. he doesn't look at actions, he just toes the party line. It's like the Constituion never existed to the commies [...]read » Michelle Souza
 
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Alec Baldwin to quit '30 Rock' in 2012; Next up, US Senate?

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Alec Baldwin told CNN's Alina Cho this week that he looks forward to retiring from acting in 2012 when his contract with NBC to star in '30 Rock' runs out. Sure, this sucks if you love the characters of Liz Lemon, Tracy Carson, Jenna Maroney, and Jack Donaghy on the [...]
 
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