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Play My Favorite Musical Episode Once More With Feeling

The song in your heart could be a bitter suite or put a little love in your heart. I've heard it both ways.

Here's just a few of our favorite musical episodes of some great television shows.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Basically Hamilton‘s Proud Grandpa in New Late Night Interview

A commenter on this video on YouTube used the term "Linnamon roll" to describe Lin-Manuel Miranda in this interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and it's now my new favorite phrase. So, check out our favorite Linnamon roll in the above conversation about Hamilton's history and continuing relevance.

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Jonathan Groff and Lin-Manuel Miranda Get the Romantic Duet They Deserve

For #Ham4All, former King George actor Jonathan Groff did a little duet with Lin-Manuel Miranda where he channels Renée Elise Goldsberry to do Angelica's part in "Satisfied."

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TMS Visits The Wild Women of Planet Wongo

Last week, Kaila and Charline went to the retro-futuristic musical comedy Wild Women of Planet Wongo.

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The Widow Who Changed Champagne, Adult Friendships & More Lessons From Imbible, a Theater Show About Brunch

The Imbible: Day Drinking is an Off-Broadway musical theater show that takes place in one New World Stages bar that's all about the evolution of brunch and its most popular cocktails

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Upcoming Alanis Morissette Musical Is Her (and Our) “Musical Theatre Dream Come True”

The musical will be largely made up of songs from Jagged Little Pill, Morissette's iconic album from 1995 that changed the lives of '90s women and the meaning of the word irony forever.

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Stop Whatever You’re Doing & Watch Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer Dance to “I Feel Pretty”

Trust us.

Trust us, you want to take a moment for this.

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NBC’s Live Bye Bye Birdie Hopes to Be Less Sexist (and More Puerto Rican) Than Previous Filmed Versions

NBC loves them their live musical events, and we are closing in on their next offering, Bye Bye Birdie, which both stars, and is Executive Produced by Jennifer Lopez. Broadway legend, Harvey Fierstein, has adapted the musical's book, and has made some substantial tweaks to bring this picture of 1960s Americana into the 21st Century.

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The Magicians Sang Les Misérables So Now I Can Die Happily on This Barricade

A heart full of mad love.

This seems to be the week for musical numbers on genre television (more of this trend, please). On The Magicians, Margo cast a spell on Eliot to bolster his confidence—and the result was a rousing number from my favorite musical as Eliot and company sang "One Day More." Mes amis, I did not live until today.

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Things We Saw Today: Music From Last Night’s Flash/Supergirl Musical Can Now Be Yours!

If you loved "Duet," last night's musical crossover episode between The Flash and Supergirl on The CW, then you've likely been humming "Super Friend" to yourself all day today, and/or watching clips from it on YouTube. However, WaterTower music has released The Flash – Music From The Special Episode: Duet, which features seven tracks from the show.

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The Flash/Supergirl Crossover Recap: Barry and Kara Sing a Sweet, Fluffy “Duet”

"I'm your super/that has a double meaning/friend!" -Barry and Kara

The long-awaited, highly-anticipated musical crossover episode between The Flash and Supergirl has aired, and it was ... pretty okay! It was nothing Earth-shattering (though it was multiple-Earth visiting), but it was an hour of fun, laughter, and adorableness, and that's all it needed to be. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 17 of The Flash, titled "Duet."

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La La Land Opening Number Rehearsal Video Will Make You Want to Listen to the Soundtrack Again

I could use another day of sun.

Thanks to director Damien Chazelle and his iPhone, we get to take a peek into the full rehearsal for La La Land's opening number.

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Things We Saw Today: YouTube Series Shows How Cabaret Used Music to Warn Against Fascism

The awesome installment of Musical Hell's "Know the Score" series after the jump shows us how chillingly relevant the musical Cabaret still is, considering our current political climate. If you've ever wondered why art is so important, wonder no more.

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Five Inspirational Musicals (Other Than Hamilton) to Help You Fight the Power

Here are five shows to listen to when the world is getting you down. We’ll go through these in chronological order and, obviously, there are going to be some spoilers.

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There’s a Percy Jackson Musical on the Way, and It’s Magical

The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical will start performances at the Lucille Lortel Theatre starting March 23rd.

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Leave It to Hamilton to Really Teach Us How to Say Goodbye to President Obama

One last time.

As we prepare ourselves to see the Obama administration leave office, let's watch the White House performance of the heartbreaking "One Last Time," in which George Washington asks Hamilton for his help in stepping down and saying goodbye.

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Neil Patrick Harris and James Corden Tag-Team Hamilton‘s “My Shot” in Broadway Riff-Off

What is it with people interrupting James Corden's Late Late Show just so they can challenge him to singing duels?

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Things We Saw Today: Emma Watson Singing as Belle in the Beauty & the Beast Remake… In Toy Form

I gotta admit, I haven't been paying much attention to the Beauty & the Beast reboot starring Emma Watson, so I didn't realize it was a musical, and that Emma Watson herself would be singing the iconic Disney soundtrack.

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George Takei’s Allegiance Hits Theaters Tomorrow Night, Just When We Need It Most

A week from the seventy-fifth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016, George Takei's musical Allegiance will premiere in a one-day theatrical engagement across the US.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Teases More Tracks for Second Hamilton Mixtape

Working a lot harder.

The first Hamilton Mixtape only just dropped at the end of last week, but it seems like fans spent all weekend listening to it and are already prepared to move on to round two. Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda may not be ready to debut a sequel to the massive undertaking just yet, but he wants us to know it's on the way—and that he already has plans for what should be on it.

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