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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - The Simpsons
With two more defeats Friday, the U.S. speedskaters completed a stunning flop on the sport's biggest stage, assuring their first medal shutout since 1984.
Shani Davis turned to a cartoon character to sum up the American speedskating collapse at these Winter Olympics.
The return of "24" and lead character Jack Bauer to television screens in May is likely to revive a discussion of how appropriate it is for Christian pastors and speakers to reference pop culture in their messages.
Marcia Wallace, who provided the voice for teacher Edna Krabappel on "The Simpsons," died Friday, just one week shy of her 71st birthday.
Violence, gore and gunplay were staples on prime-time television even in the most sensitive period directly following the Newtown school shooting, according to a new study from the Parents Television Council.
An Iranian newspaper is reporting that authorities are confiscating Buddha statues from shops in Tehran in efforts to halt the "cultural invasion" of Buddhism throughout the country.
Jerry Trainor was wrapping up five seasons as goofy big brother Spencer on Nickelodeon's "iCarly" when his next job popped up in the same TV neighborhood.
President Obama came in with big promises. But he turned out to be a small man.
The world didn't end as some predicted last month. Even more remarkably, NBC demonstrated it just might have a future.
The NBC series "Community" will finish the season without Chevy Chase.
"American Idol" is no longer the most expensive show for advertisers.
It's been a long, strange 20 years for the Cartoon Network, which has flourished during a time when animation traced its way from the likes of "Scooby-Doo" to the racy, trippy fare now shown on Adult Swim.
"The Office" will be closing next year. Producer Greg Daniels said Tuesday that the NBC comedy will end its run after the upcoming ninth season.
Television networks are masters of self-promotion, so it's no surprise that Fox is carving out two prime-time hours Sunday to celebrate its 25th year.
When Jon McNaughton decided to paint an image of President Obama holding a burning U.S. Constitution, he figured he would face critical dismissal and online scorn. But literally suffer for his art? Nah - that's what models are for.