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By Paul Brownfield and Paul Brownfield,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 26, 2005
And so we arrive at the show that manages to combine Sex and the City, CSI, ER and The Paper Chase, wrapped in an alt-rock soundtrack. It's ABC's Grey's Anatomy (tomorrow night at 10, with a helpful lead-in from Desperate Housewives with a new episode), and don't let the Carrie Bradshaw-type voiceovers fool you: this is a show about newbie surgical interns getting scrubs bloody and psyches bruised in their initial, grueling, sleepless months in the operating rooms of a Seattle hospital.
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January 3, 2012
"Jersey Shore" Season 5 premieres Thursday, so we asked our staff and guests to reveal which show they think is so done.  "Weeds" started off funny and unique, but quickly ran out of plot lines that didn't feel forced. It's time for Nancy Botwin to end up like Pilar Zuzua. Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun "The Simpsons. " Homer has probably been exposed to lethal amounts of radiation by now. Shouldn't he get to retire soon?
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 23, 2006
Grey's Anatomy -- Season 1 [Buena Vista] $30 This set features all nine episodes of the ABC medical series that recently won the Writers Guild Award for best new series; regular Sandra Oh also won Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards last month for her work as a competitive intern. Grey's Anatomy was a midseason replacement last year that was given the 10 p.m. Sunday slot directly after Desperate Housewives. It quickly caught on with audiences and is consistently in the top 10. The show not only features interesting medical cases but also an attractive, talented cast and plenty of sex and romance.
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By Peter Jensen | August 8, 2009
The average middle-class child aquires trophies, medals and ribbons like so many Christmas toys - and they are often treated similarly, briefly prized and then forgotten. Rare is the tweener bedroom that does not display a trove of awards, most of it the bounty of organized sport. But in 10-year-old Daniel's bedroom, there's a somewhat uncommon specimen. There, over by the rotating aquarium night light and next to the dog-eared decks of Pokemon cards, is a bronze-colored trophy featuring a chef in apron and kerchief triumphantly holding what appears to be a carving knife and fork.
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November 23, 2006
Downloaded singles 1.I Wanna Love You (explicit version), Akon 2.Irreplaceable, Beyonce 3.Fergalicious, Fergie 4.My Love (single version), Justin Timberlake featuring T.I. 5.I Wanna Love You (clean version), Akon [COURTESY ITUNES] Downloaded albums 1.9, Akon 2.Doctor's Advocate, The Game 3.Konvicted (exclusive version), Akon 4.When Your Heart Stops Beating, +44 5.Happy Feet Soundtrack, Various artists [COURTESY ITUNES] Downloaded TV episodes 1.The Merger, The Office 2.Hero, Battlestar Galactica 3.Staring at the Sun, Grey's Anatomy 4.Branch Closing, The Office 5.Seven Minutes to Midnight, Heroes [COURTESY ITUNES]
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By [GENA R. CHATTIN] | March 8, 2007
What's the point? -- SpoilerFix.com treats the television fan who simply can't wait another week for the latest news on future episodes. What to look for --Favorite show pre-empted by the latest must-see sporting event? Never fear! Spoil erfix.com gives you the gossip you can't wait to see for yourself. The site's writers glean surprisingly accurate spoilers from TV listings, casting information, interviews and gossip from people in the know. From Heroes to Grey's Anatomy, SpoilerFix.com groups its spoilers by the episode, so you can peek just as far ahead as you want.
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By david zurawik and david zurawik,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | September 25, 2008
Finally, a night that feels like a regular fall evening of network TV. It's not that there is anything great and new that makes TV more inviting, but in keeping with a theme of the season, it's the returning series that offer hope. EASY AS ABC ABC has the most to offer tonight with the return of Ugly Betty (8 p.m.) and Grey's Anatomy (9 p.m.) Since the network does not need the publicity, no screening DVDs for critics - which means no stars from me. But fans of these two outstanding series don't need a critic to tell them there is almost always three stars' worth of viewing pleasure to be had with these series.
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By FROM SUN STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES | February 11, 2009
Heigl, Knight out as docs on 'Grey's Anatomy' Katherine Heigl and T.R. Knight are leaving Grey's Anatomy, according to co-star James Pickens Jr. "Yes, she is," Pickens told Us Weekly when asked whether Heigl, who plays Izzie Stevens, is leaving the ABC hospital drama. "Wherever Katherine goes, I wish her nothing but the best." Pickens, speaking backstage after last weekend's NAACP Awards lunch in Beverly Hills, expressed similar sentiments regarding Knight, who plays George O'Malley.
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By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | November 6, 2008
Tina Fey and Oprah Winfrey. Are there two bigger female stars in pop culture today? In truth, the only thing that probably matters to most readers about previews like this is the news that the two appear together tonight in Fey's Emmy Award-winning 30 Rock. That alone will likely guarantee the largest audience the series has ever known, and it is already looking like a pretty good ratings year for the sitcom about life backstage at a fictional NBC TV series. After a critically acclaimed but ratings-challenged season last year, 30 Rock opened last week with a bang, winning its highly competitive time period in the key demographics of men ages 18 to 49 and men ages 18 to 34. It did that against CSI (CBS)
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By david zurawik and david zurawik,david.zurawik@baltsun.com | September 25, 2008
Finally, a night that feels like a regular fall evening of network TV. It's not that there is anything great and new that makes TV more inviting, but in keeping with a theme of the season, it's the returning series that offer hope. EASY AS ABC ABC has the most to offer tonight with the return of Ugly Betty (8 p.m.) and Grey's Anatomy (9 p.m.) Since the network does not need the publicity, no screening DVDs for critics - which means no stars from me. But fans of these two outstanding series don't need a critic to tell them there is almost always three stars' worth of viewing pleasure to be had with these series.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACK | September 9, 2008
Baby Mama Starring Tina Fey, Amy Poehler - Written and directed by Michael McCullers - Universal Home Video - $29.95, $39.95 Blu-ray dvds Tina Fey and Amy Poehler put the chemistry they honed during their years together on Saturday Night Live to marvelous comic effect in this comedy about a harried career woman (Fey) who has no time to be pregnant so she hires a surrogate and gets more than she bargained for with the irrepressibly earthy Angie (Poehler). The film's supporting cast couldn't be sharper.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | June 22, 2008
Two legendary Baltimore institutions are featured in national, prime-time TV productions this week, and at first glance, it might seem as if they could not be more different. Frederick Douglass High School, one of the first black high schools in America, is the focus tomorrow night of Hard Times at Douglass High, a two-hour HBO documentary by the Academy Award-winning husband-and-wife team of Susan and Alan Raymond. With an astronomical dropout rate and shockingly low math and reading scores, the aging high school has major problems - and the Raymonds are not the kind of filmmakers to sugarcoat the truth.
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