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Showtime’s Ray Donovan: My Obsession Confession

September 6, 2013
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Showtime’s Ray Donovan: My Obsession Confession

Showtime’s Ray Donovan just might be headed for the big time if the buzz for Season One is any indication. With the lure of a Hollywood backdrop and dead-on casting, writing and acting, the show…

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Downton Abbey Distractions

August 27, 2013
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Downton Abbey Distractions

With 131 days to wait, Downton Abbey fans are getting pretty restless. Whether you’re wandering around speaking in a fake British accent, strolling the lush hillsides wondering why the writing gods made Matthew Crawley disappear…

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Observations on Orange Is the New Black

August 13, 2013
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Observations on Orange Is the New Black

Forget Elvis for a moment, because Netflix and writer/producer Jenji Kohan have made a new kind of jailhouse rock without a sexy singer swiveling his hips. As the success of Orange Is the New Black…

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Catching Up with Brady Bunch’s Barry Williams

July 30, 2013
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Catching Up with Brady Bunch’s Barry Williams

Thanks to syndication, Greg Brady continues to pop into people’s homes on a daily basis. But Barry Williams is just as busy performing. From his Branson, Missouri variety show to special appearances, find out what…

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Chatting with Bond Girl Lana Wood

July 25, 2013
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Chatting with Bond Girl Lana Wood

Actress Lana Wood played more than her fair share of sultry bad girls on the big screen, but in real life, she’s someone you’d like to take to lunch. Find out more about Diamonds Are…

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Dying to Watch TV

July 12, 2013
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Dying to Watch TV

A woman in Croatia was found dead in front of her TV, 42 years after her neighbors reported her missing. Yep, the police walked in and found her remains sitting in a recliner that was…

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Catching up with Leave It To Beaver’s Tony Dow

June 26, 2013
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Catching up with Leave It To Beaver’s Tony Dow

Yes, he is even nicer than Wally Clever! Find out about the incredible career of America’s favorite brother, Tony Dow on this episode of Whine At 9. Dr. Nancy BerkNancy Berk, Ph.D. is a clinical…

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Bill Y is a philanthropist and of that, there is no doubt

Bill Y is a philanthropist and of that, there is no doubt

Why is it always up to me to come up with groundbreaking ideas? I can’t talk too loud, in case the internet providers hear me. I’m about to show you how to get YouTube on…

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Touring with Streisand: The Talented Roslyn Kind

June 21, 2013
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Touring with Streisand: The Talented Roslyn Kind

Chatting with Roslyn Kind is like talking with a great friend who just happens to be mega-talented. Fascinating and funny, this month she’s touring with the mega-famous– her sister Barbra Streisand. Find out more about…

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Good Times with Comic Jimmie Walker

June 15, 2013
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Good Times with Comic Jimmie Walker

Comic, actor and writer Jimmie Walker proves he’s still DYNOMITE when he joins Dr Nancy Berk on Whine At 9 to talk about life before, during and after the iconic Norman Lear sitcom Good Times.…

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