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Britney Spears' Ex, Jason Alexander, Reflects on 55-Hour Marriage: 'I Was in Love'
In the U.S., the average divorce comes after eight years of marriage. That's 24 times longer than Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney lasted; 40 times longer than Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries; and 324 times longer than Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra. But Rodman and Electra are a regular Burns
Top 8 Comedians Who Ran for Office
The joke presidential candidate of the moment is Stephen Colbert , a repeat offender who previously teased a presidential bid in the 2008 election. From Will Rogers to Steve Berke, faux political campaigns have been a recurrent sideshow throughout U.S. electoral history. As Colbert ponders a 2012
March 9, 1996: Remembering George Burns
A bit more on George Burns burns often said that Gracie Allen was his only true love. Though it seems clear the audience was his mistress and oh how that mistress loved him. From the time He was a kid He did exactly what He loved most which is also what He did best. And if that's not lucky what He
'Dangerously Funny' by David Bianculli
A TV Critic's New Book Takes a Look Inside 'The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour'
Tonight on Nightline. Monster in our midst how did Phillip garrido keep his in his secret for nearly two decades in his back yard. Tonight the inside story of the missed opportunities in Antioch California how did so many failed Jaycee do go. Reality bites murder suicide shines an uneasy spotlight
Michael Jackson Burial: Private Finale for King of Pop
Elizabeth Taylor, Barry Bonds, Chris Tucker, and Quincy Jones were among the mourners who gathered outside the mausoleum where Michael Jackson was laid to rest Thursday evening at the famous Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, Calif. The Jackson family arrived more than an hour late to the cemetery
The Comedy of Politics
When faux conservative commentator and comedian Stephen Colbert announced his candidacy for the presidency last week, it drew plenty of cheers and laughter. The popular television show host quipped, "I'm running as both a Republican and a Democrat." But inside the Beltway, some wondered if the joke