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The real, PG-13ish version.
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“Never say never. It’s entirely possible that Jay and I make up. Anything is possible.”
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Mrs. Parker and the butterfly effect.
Cosby looks his age here, absolutely, and that means that his brand of humor no longer seems amusingly incongruous.
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Relatively speaking, Catching Fire is terrific.
Extreme TV repair.
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Cera plays a pot dealer who disappoints his customers in Cross’s directorial film debut.