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Watch Out Nate Silver. Bing Accurately Predicted 95% of the Mid-Term Elections [Bing]

Reddit Was on TV Sunday Night, But Not in a Good Way [WaPo]

Nude Subway Rider Proves New York is Becoming More and More Like Jerry Seinfeld's New York [New York Post]

Matt Groening's Worlds Continue to Collide with "Simpsons"/"Futurama" Crossover Episode [EW]

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Saturday marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Full House -- take a moment to let that sink in -- and Bob Saget & Co. got together to celebrate the occasion with a house cake and a timely NKOTB performance from Deej and Kimmy.

The party was sans Olsen twins, who were too busy doing nothing, while spending their billions of dollars.

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Here are 18 glorious minutes of bloopers from The Office (seasons 2 - 7). Enjoy!

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The King of Late Night is downsizing his show, but unlike a certain red-haired former host, it has nothing to do with ratings. Despite the prime time and late night turmoil NBC has experienced over the past few years, The Tonight Show is still the top-rated late night gabfest, yet NBC insiders tipped off Deadline Hollywood to massive cuts at the network's flagship program.

The downsizing includes dumping as many as 25 staffers and putting a sizable dent in host Jay Leno's $27 million to $30 million salary. Leno reportedly took a bigger cut than parent company Comcast initially requested, in order to retain some staff positions. Even Conan could muster up a golf clap for such a move. On second thought...nah.

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