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Robert Hegyes, Played Epstein on ‘Kotter,’ Dies
Robert Hegyes, the actor best known for playing Jewish Puerto Rican student Juan Epstein on the 1970s TV show "Welcome Back Kotter" has died. He was 60.
The Flynn & Son Funeral Home in Fords, N.J., said it was informed of Hegyes' death Thursday by the actor's famil…
Piers Morgan Leaving ‘America’s Got Talent’
Piers Morgan, the tart-tongued British judge on ‘America’s Got Talent,’ has announced he’s leaving the television competition to focus more on his eponymous nightly talk show.
On Wednesday, he told his 1.5 million Twitter followers, “I&Close…
10 Crime Shows From the ’80s That Need a Reboot
Love 'em or hate 'em, reboots are all the rage in Hollywood — both on the big screen, where you can't go a week without a new version of 'Footloose,' 'The Three Musketeers,' and 'The Thing,' and on the TV, where '90210' is back and '…
Kids Learn To Swear From Television
So, researchers have linked the rise in acceptable profanity on television to the increased use of these words by kids.  Do you think?
Children are very impressionable.  They watch, listen, and soak up everything that they're exposed to...
Celebrity Chef’s Are On The Rise
Perhaps it's because the stars who frequent Hollywood, the pop charts, and the gridiron these days are the moral equivalent of a garbage dumpster.  Or, maybe it's the rise and popularity of food TV and cookbooks.  One thing is for sure - as a society - we have elevated the people…
5 TV Show Remakes That Didn’t Stink
Hollywood loves to crank out remakes of beloved TV shows, and this season is no exception. Television viewers will be treated to new versions of 'Charlie’s Angels' and 'Prime Suspect.' More often then not, though, these reboots fail, but there are a few success stories. He…

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