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How TV Dinners Liberated Women

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Making "Dumb and Dumber"

Dumb and Dumber wasn't just a huge success—raking in almost a quarter billion dollars worldwide—it also marked the feature debut of writer/directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly whose wildly funny There's Something About Mary even outgrossed D&D in 1998), but it all began with Harry and Lloyd.
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Rod Serling and the Twilight Zone

Rod Serling and the Twilight Zone

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