Daily Archives: November 8, 2011

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Final Four Unveiled

What a week for Nancy Grace: She misses the conviction of Conrad Murray, and then is eliminated from “Dancing with the Stars.” The former prosecutor and fierce HLN TV host got as far as fifth place this season, but was cut Tuesday, keeping her from the final four and next week’s semi-finals. Her scores had […]

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Reliving Vietnam in HD

Those who fought the war probably have vivid images in their mind 24 hours a day. Still there’s something about “Vietnam in HD” (History, 9 p.m.) that promises an enhanced viewing of the footage, just as “World War II in HD” had. It’s also built on a number of 13 individual stories of soldiers during […]

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Also on Tuesday: The Auburn vs. Alabama Rivalry

Documentaries have been made about the intense rivalries between Red Sox and Yankees fans the devotees of Michigan football and that of Ohio State, or Duke vs. North Carolina. But the new “Roll Tide – War Eagle” (ESPN, 8 p.m.) examines the heated and often hateful rivalry between two of the top football teams of […]

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Herman Cain Comes Clean to Kimmel

Odd that the main forum for Herman Cain to respond to what he calls his latest firestorm would be on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Kimmel is a lively and amusing interviewer, but is it really the smartest thing to answer sexual harassment charges on a show hosted by the guy who was once behind something called […]

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Martinez Perfect Twice

Army veteran turned actor J.R. Martinez was the first of the season to score a perfect 30 on “Dancing with the Stars” for his waltz with Chery Burke to “What the World Needs Now.” Then then he came back and got a second 30 out of 30 for his “Instant Dance” – a jive to […]

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