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‘Survivor’ Reveals Season 30 Castaways

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‘Survivor’ Reveals Season 30 Castaways
New crop of competitors on CBS reality competition includes a Yahoo! executive, a YouTube sensation and a coconut vendor named Vince

Survivor” has collared its castaways for its upcoming 30th edition.

The long-running CBS reality competition has unveiled the 18 contestants who will vie against each other for its upcoming season.

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The latest installment in the series will feature the new theme “Worlds Apart,” which will see contestants broken up into the tribes White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar.

The White Collar tribe includes former talent agent assistant Tyler Fredrickson,
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1974 in Progressive Rock

As we rightfully celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' rockin'-vasion of America, it is also worth noting the 40th anniversaries of progressive rock albums released in 1974 -- a banner year for the genre.

In alphabetical rather than chronological order, here is just a short list, along with links to a representative composition from each album.

Enjoy!

Apostrophe (Frank Zappa)

Although Zappa had been "at it" since 1966 -- as one of the earliest progenitors of progressive rock -- and although he had already put out over a dozen important albums, Apostrophe (and the immediately prior album, Over-Nite Sensation) arguably brought him to the masses through his cross-over "hit," "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow," which, despite its length, received regular airplay on FM stations. It didn't hurt that the album also included two of his funniest, most fun songs, "Cozmik Debris" and "Stinkfoot."

Hamburger Concerto (Focus)

For those who only know Focus via their 1971 novelty mega-hit,
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‘The Office’ Series Finale: Jim & Pam Say Goodbye To Dunder Mifflin

Plus, familiar faces — including one that rhymes with Shmichael Shcott — return for one last goodbye!

After eight years and nearly 200 episodes, the doors of Dunder Mifflin closed forever — to the fans, at least — during the May 16 series finale of The Office, and the big ending went down in the most appropriately weird setting I could have ever imagined: Dwight’s (Rainn Wilson) wedding to Angela (Angela Kinsey)!

The nutty nuptials doubled as an excuse to bring back some old faces — including Andy (Ed Helms), whose tearful audition on America’s Next Acapella Sensation had since turned him into a viral sensation.

But no return was more welcome — or highly anticipated — than that of Michael Scott (Steve Carell), who had some super-weird words to say to the camera about Dwight and Angela’s union:

“I feel like all my kids grew up, and then they married each other. It’s every parent’s dream!
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The Office Series Finale Recap: 'Best. Prank. Ever.' – Do You Agree? [Updated]

Warning: This recap contains major spoilers from Thursday’s series finale of The Office. Read on at your own risk!

Though it was long in coming, The Office‘s emotional final episode went by too quickly and was, at times, hard to handle (that’s what she said).

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The 75-minute episode capped nine seasons with laugh-out-loud moments and tender tributes — a job almost as tough as medalling in Flonkerton or fulfilling the duties of Assistant (to the) Regional Manager.

The episode contained too many great jokes, throwaway
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NBC’s The Office Is Set For An Extra Large Series Finale

What makes The Office series finale bigger than expected? Well, lot’s of things, but let’s focus on the most prominent, shall we? This just in. The event is so huge that 15 minutes of screen time had to be added to the broadcast.

NBC has already up-sized their legendary comedy, giving it one-hour installments for its final three airings, which all lead up to the upcoming series finale this month, which, as we just revealed, will be bumped to 15 minutes longer, as reported by THR.

So, there you have it, the May 16 episode, which will be The Office‘s last ever, will run for 75 minutes, but with commercials. That makes 9 to 10:15 p.m. chocked full of bitter-sweetness. What a milestone.

“Months after the airing of the documentary, the workers of Dunder Mifflin, past and present, gather for a wedding and a final round of interviews. Mysteries are solved,
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San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Sunday Schedule

San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Sunday Schedule
Comic-Con International has released the full schedule for Sunday, July 15, the final day of San Diego Comic-Con 2012. We have pulled out all the movie, DVD, and TV related panels right here. You can also clickHere to check out the events happening on Wednesday and Thursday, clickHere for Friday's events, and clickHere for the Saturday schedule.

10:00-11:00 Fringe Screening and Q&A

Fringe returns to Comic-Con for its farewell panel to celebrate its fifth and final season. Series stars Anna Torv (The Pacific), Joshua Jackson (Dawson's Creek), Lance Reddick (Lost), Blair Brown (Altered States), Jasika Nicole (Take the Lead), and John Noble (The Lord of The Rings: The Return of The King), along with executive producer J.H. Wyman (Keen Eddie), offer a Q&A with fans and an exclusive video presentation. Don't miss the discussion about the climactic conclusion of this critically acclaimed thriller. From Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television,
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Roger and Julie Corman’s ‘Sharktopus’ DVD Art – Details Revealed

Move over Jaws…here comes Sharktopus!! SyFy’s creature-feature, Sharktopus, will make its way to DVD and Blu-ray on March 15, 2011 from Anchor Bay Entertainment. An eight-tentacled nightmare hybrid of shark and octopus, “S-11” was created by genetic scientist Nathan Sands (Eric Roberts) as the U.S. Navy’s next super-weapon. But when its control implants are damaged during a training experiment off the Mexican coast, the beast escapes to Puerto Vallarta to sample the local fare — bikini babes, jet-skiers, and spring-breakers. With the ocean terror now out of control and seemingly invincible, a ragtag group – comprised of a hotshot mercenary, an investigative reporter, and Sand’s biomechanical engineer daughter – have come together to stop the unholy beast from turning a seaside tourist resort into the ultimate human buffet. Half-Shark, Half-Octopus – All Killer! Anchor Bay Entertainment Lands Syfy Channel Sensation Sharktopus Blu-ray™ and DVD Bows March 15th Beverly Hills, CA [...]
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