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  • No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama clash for the second time this season in the BCS Championship Game and familiarity breeds "hopefully offense," says Kirk Herbstreit, who will call tonight's game 8:30/7:30c, ESPN.

    So We Meet Again: LSU and Alabama Face Off For BCS National Championship

  • "I like to call tonight's program a Stravinsky sandwich," Litton said, referring to the two ballet scores by Igor that bookended Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto.

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  • Carmelo Anthony called tonight's game 3 against the Celtics a "must-win" for the Knicks, which is just as profound as saying that Thanksgiving Dinner is a "must-eat" for Americans.

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  • I'm counting on you to carry tonight's discussion.

    Programming note: Buffalo Bill and the Indians

  • | Mad Mannionites work out their psycho-dramas in anticipation of tonight's episode of Mad Men »

    The Weasel Caucus meets

  • Freddy Vs Jason, Alien Vs Predator, Santa Claus Versus The Zombies: all adhere to the Roger Corman Ethic of Perpetually Recycled Trash – someone else's franchise, someone else's original idea, then some producer with a wrestling promoter's mind imagines the perfect match-up of pre-existing horrors and slaps them on tonight's fight-card.

    Cowboys & Aliens: the Versus movie without Versus in its name

  • This was, for me, the most powerful and direct part of tonight's speech: where he said openly and plainly that the goal of this exercise was not to oust Muammar Gaddafi.

    Barack Obama's address on Libya | Michael Tomasky

  • And tonight, as film-maker Michael Cockerell explores their world in tonight's edition of Great Offices of State on BBC4, Mario Dunn, the former special adviser to Alan Johnson, says a fair few special advisers – but not him – modelled themselves on the fictitious, foul-mouthed Tucker.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • His masterful guest turn in tonight's episode of DirecTV's top-drawer legal thriller could change all that.

    Cheers & Jeers: Damages — Hail, Judd Hirsch!

  • And tonight's episode introduces Chief Johnson's personal lawyer, Gavin Q.

    The Closer Creator James Duff Previews "Home Improvement"

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