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Review: 'Driving Miss Daisy'

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Alfred Uhry's story of a elderly Southern gentlewoman and her black chauffeur, set in mid-'50s Atlanta, was a Pulitzer Prize-winning stage play and multi-Academy Award-winning film. Playwright Uhry…

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Review: '2000 Malibu Road'

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Terry Louise Fisher has set up a new six-week escapist series based on what a hooker does when the recession hits her in her Malibu beach-front palazzo, and it's a pretty funny idea: She takes in…

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Review: 'Arresting Behavior'

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Good for a breezy pilot-plus-six-episode summer series, Larry Levin's quicksilver sendup of "Cops"-like programs moves fast and leans to the sudden laugh as well as the recurring sight gag. In its…

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Review: 'Roc'

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After weeks of promos, Fox's "Roc" became the first live prime time sitcom since the mid-1950s without a hint that it was indeed live. No mistakes, not even a hint of a misplaced smile--the show went…

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