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  1. Sesame Street Gets Their Rube Goldberg Machine On

    C is for crank turning.

    The writers on Sesame Street know how to do pop culture parody right, but they also know a thing or two about teaching tiny science, too. On a recent episode of the show, Murray and Ovejita hang out with a kinetic artist at the Liberty Science Center and learn all about the epicness of the Rube Goldberg machine.

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  2. Our Favorite Moments from The Legend of Korra, “The Coronation”

    Korra gets some Toph love.

    They packed a whole load of stuff into this episode. Kuvira being badass, Prince King Wu getting brooched crowned, and Toph! So much Toph! It's so wonderful that in a world which has changed so much, Toph really hasn't changed at all.

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  3. What In the Actual Hell? There’s Going To Be a Marley & Me TV Show

    NBC, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU??!?!?!?

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  4. Avatar: The Last Airbender Newbie Recap: “The Guru”

    In which we meet Stepford Zuko.

    One more episode until the season finale!

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  5. Hey, Remember When Sansa Stark Kicked Steve-O In The Balls That One Time? [VIDEO]

    VALAR MORGHULIS

    "Sansa Stark is the worst female character on Game of Thrones," he said disdainfully. Suddenly, out of the blue, Sophie Turner appeared like the ghost of femininity-shaming past. "Valar morghulis," she whispered, shoulder feathers flapping in the spirit breeze, as her inexplicably very corporeal foot slammed into his delicate bro-balls.

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  6. We Talked to the Cast and Crew of Sleepy Hollow About Season Two, Female Representation, and Orphan Black

    "Well, Ben Franklin's pissed."

    Don’t lose your heads or anything (pause for me uproariously laughing at my own joke), but I got the chance to talk with some of the cast and crew of Sleepy Hollow—including Orlando Jones (Captain Irving) and Lyndie Greenwood (Jenny Mills) at NYCC. Among the topics of conversation: Sheriff Reyes' backstory, the show's treatment of female characters, and how Jones isn't the only one ass over elbow in love with Orphan Black. Here. Let me fill you in.

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  7. Game of Thrones Keeps Casting New Characters, One Of Them Is Not Arianne Martell

    I'm waiting, HBO.

    But one of them is being played by a fan-favorite actor from Lost, so that's cool.

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  8. NBC Orders Pilot Of American The IT Crowd Remake, Because That Worked So Well The First Time

    People, what a bunch of bastards.

    Hey, remember back in the mid-2000s when an American remake of a much beloved British sitcom was brought to television and, despite having a hard time originally finding its footing, eventually stopped trying to be the exact same show as its predecessor and achieved great success? What was that called again? Oh, wait—that was The Office. The American The IT Crowd was left to rot like the awkward and tonally deaf pilot that it was.

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  9. Holy Moley, It’s The First Poster For NBC’s Live Peter Pan Musical

    NBC's Peter Pan musical, starring Girls' Allison Williams, is coming up on December 4th, and here's its first poster. Like last year's The Sound of Music, it will be a live production, and—oh, who are we kidding. You're all staring at Christopher Walken's giant fake mole, right? I know. It's okay. We all are.

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  10. The Cast & Crew Of Orphan Black Stand Against Bullying For #SpiritDay

    With a special shout-out to the Clonesbians.

    As if they weren't awesome enough, the folks from Orphan Black are joining GLAAD and others today to take a stand against bullying.

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