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Video- Fans 'Embracing' Openly Gay Comic Hero

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Very cool.

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Video Reminder- Masterpiece Mystery!: Sherlock: The Blind Banker on PBS

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Sherlock is on PBS starting at 9p EST for 90 minutes, so if you're so inclined go check out 'The Walking Dead" on AMC repeating at 11:30P EST. (First showing at 10P EST)

During the week I can go days without anything interesting I want to watch, so they pile all of them on Sundays so I have to decide. Hate that.

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Betty White gets her own comic book

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When the aliens excavate the remnants of our civilization a thousand years from now, they will be positive that Betty White was the Empress of America.

Betty White is funny. Betty White is adorable. Betty White is the last survivor of a race of Egyptian space gods, sent to Earth to save humanity through laughter. That last one’s not true, but it feels true, doesn’t it? White has dominated the mediascape this year like no one else — starring in a great Super Bowl commercial, hosting a great episode of Saturday Night Live, making awards shows compulsively watchable just on the slight chance that she’ll make an appearance. And now, her dominance is extending to the printed page: According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bluewater Productions will publish a comic book based on her life. It’s the latest in a series of Great Woman comic bios. (Other issues have been written about Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and Michelle Obama, so expect the comic to be a shameless cash-in on its subject’s current popularity interesting.)

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