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October 2, 2006
A Killer Role

On the gloriously bloody Dexter, Michael C. Hall plays the charming psycho next door.

October 2, 2006
Standoff

Even if every hour of Standoff doesn’t live up to the air-traffic-controller-gone-bananas episode that aired on September 12, at least once a week all of us will get to go home with the spectacular DeWitt.

October 2, 2006
Eyes on the Prize

This glorious six-hour account of the civil-rights movement includes interviews, documentary footage, home movies, and period music, all of which depict a second American revolution.

October 2, 2006
Six Degrees

However much executive producer J. J. Abrams is actually involved in this tedious series of interlocking melodramas—and rumor has it that the mastermind of Lost keeps his distance—it’s still not enough to make us care.

October 2, 2006
Ugly Betty

Don’t miss executive producer Salma Hayek’s hilarious guest appearance in the pilot, as a sexy maid in a Spanish-language telenovela.

October 2, 2006
Can I Ask You a Sexual Favor?

City Opera’s Semele takes a satirical brush to less-than-savory methods of political advancement.

October 2, 2006
Is This Book Worth Getting?

A definitive buyer’s guide to the just-published shelf.

October 2, 2006
Educating Cynthia

How the former Miranda learned to hide in plain sight.

October 2, 2006
An Hour in Soho

Two up-and-coming artists and one of-the-moment director.

October 2, 2006
Gimme Three Steps

City Center's $10-for-everything, world-class Fall for Dance festival seems too good to be true, and tickets are going fast. These three smaller troupes are worth seeking out among the megastars.

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