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September 3, 2007
God and Monster

For bringing us Young Frankenstein (not to mention High Anxiety, etc.), Mel Brooks just wants a little love. Is he so wrong?

September 3, 2007
Best of the Rest: Television

Neanderthal comedy, post-Katrina cops, a Cuban "Sopranos," and more.

September 3, 2007
Rock On

Despite poor ratings NBC ordered a second season of Tina Fey’s 30 Rock, which captures the weird world of New York better than any show since Seinfeld.

September 3, 2007
And the Nerds Shall Inherit the Earth

Or, at least, the fall schedule. How to differentiate between two geek-tastic new shows.

September 3, 2007
Tune In, Turned On

Tell Me You Love Me follows three couples, with painstaking—and often painful—veracity.

September 3, 2007
Anticipation Index

A mathematical breakdown of why we’re excited for...

September 3, 2007
Josh Schwartz, Take Two

His hit, The O.C., burned him out. His solution? Two new shows.

September 3, 2007
Six Physicists Walk Into a Room...

CBS’s The Big Bang Theory hopes to milk laughs from science. Our expert panel’s first suggestion: Cut the Stephen Hawking jokes.

September 3, 2007
Let the Witness Speak

Ken Burns returns with The War, fifteen hours on WWII. Does the Greatest Generation make for great TV?

September 3, 2007
Hugh Jackman’s Huge Gamble

Based on a BBC hit Viva Laughlin revolves around a casino in Laughlin, Nevada, whose owner becomes entangled in a murder.

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