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  • He referred to the network's "dollar-volume growth" - not its "dollar-value growth."

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  • Bower calls the network's version of the classic King Arthur tale more modern and is hoping to draw on the relatable human aspects.

    VIDEO: Jamie Campbell Bower Says Viewers Should Watch Camelot To See His "Bum"

  • On Fox News, the anchor Shepard Smith dubbed Friday "Bus Day U.S.A." and called the network's coverage "the stupidest thing we've ever done."

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  • SI.com has learned that Brad Nessler and Mike Mayock will call the network's reported last month that Mayock had been tapped to replace analysts Matt Millen and Joe Theismann on the broadcast.

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  • Matthews-who was not involved in the initial report-- called the network's comparison "irresponsible and incendiary."

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  • On Fox News, the anchor Shepard Smith dubbed Friday "Bus Day U.S.A." and called the network's coverage "the stupidest thing we've ever done."

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  • On Fox News, the anchor Shepard Smith dubbed Friday "Bus Day U.S.A." and called the network's coverage "the stupidest thing we've ever done."

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  • And referring to the network's parent company, Disney, by one of its popular characters, he said, "Mickey is a mean mouse."

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  • BET says the 7.7 million who came to watch the show's return to TV marked the network's second-biggest audience ever, behind only the 2009 BET Awards.

    'The Game' returns with nearly 8 million viewers on BET

  • A decision about a Lie to Me renewal, however, won't be made until it can be sized up against all of the network's mid-season offerings.

    Fox: Fringe, Lie to Me Not Dead; X Factor and Idol "Completely Different"

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