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Review: 'The '60s'

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With every civil rights and antiwar demonstration and Vietnam war and social upheaval story already pretty much told, all that's left for the talented producer Lynda Obst is this ungainly four-hour…

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Review: 'Heat of the Sun'

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There are plenty of reasons to praise PBS' longstanding "Mystery!" series, and now lovers of whodunits can be thankful for "Heat of the Sun," a five-part, six-hour mini debuting tonight. "Heat's"…

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Review: 'Family Guy'

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When the first Super Bowl was held in 1967, the boy wonder who created, developed and executive produced the Fox animated comedy series that's blessed with this year's coveted post-Super Bowl…

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Review: 'Dilbert'

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Is "Dilbert" strong enough to singlehandedly reverse the tide of primetime failure that continues to hogtie UPN? Probably not. But it's surely the wittiest thing the netlet has ever had the good…

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Review: 'Turks'

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Is it just me, or does it seem that primetime has been stampeded lately by a trend in which tight-knit but frightfully unstable Irish families populated by an overabundance of square-jawed cops and…

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Review: 'A Saintly Switch'

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Viewers who stumble onto the disarmingly clever "Wonderful World of Disney" entry "A Saintly Switch" might be excused for greeting it with diminished expectations. Here, after all, is yet another of…

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Review: 'Hoover Dam'

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Sometimes "The American Experience" takes its own format too religiously. The PBS staple suffers with one-hour programs such as the "Hoover Dam" documentary, which tries to cram into 60 minutes the…

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