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Amazing music trivia, compiled just for you. Bonus: the 2014 Oral Hit-story Spotify playlist!
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Life lessons from guys who will truly be missed.
Jack Daniels names his son Jim Beam, and more.
May the words of Jimmy Fallon and others serve you well in 2015 and beyond…
The G-funk legend explains the song… with Now and Laters.
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Groundbreaking sitcoms, genre-busting reality and near-perfect dramas. (Chances are you're not watching 'em. Get started today.)
It's almost exactly how he left it in 1960.
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Join us on a trip back through that greatest of musical decades, when life was new and music was awesome and blah blah blah.
A Joss Whedon favorite, the plot against Bob Marley, and first-rate fiction.
The Canadian beauty returns to sci-fi and has plenty to say about it.
President Obama takes over The Colbert Report. Plus: The British porn protest.
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A spirited Q&A featuring Robin Williams, Woody Allen, existential crises, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, spit takes and... graphics!
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His one true love.
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