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Though some disagree, drunk people don’t make great sponsors. It’s rare, after all, to see someone chugging a Bud onscreen. As such, this has necessitated the need for TV shows and movies to scrounge up fake suds, a search that’s proven to be a lucrative one for the makers of Heisler, a non-beer that you’ve seen…

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Find discounts on a cordless Dyson V6, Pop Chart Lab’s sitewide sale, $50 off a Kindle Voyage, and many more of today’s best deals.

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There’s always that one person in your life that has nothing on their walls. Add some awesome to someone’s life, or upgrade your own bare walls with rad prints during this 25% off sitewide at Pop Chart Lab. Check out their newest prints, like The Invincible Armors of Iron Man and Famous Ballparks. Enter the code…

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“What you are about to see has never been attempted before on television.” With this baldfaced lie, ex-NFL quarterback Jesse Palmer kicks off a reality TV show where a bunch of women reveal their personalities (and bodies) to a guy hidden behind a wall whom they know nothing about, and hope he’ll propose to them.…

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If you’re going to buy a console from the 3DS family in the age of the Nintendo Switch, the New 2DS XL is probably the one you should get. It normally costs $150 (half the price of a Switch), but Walmart’s marked that down to a $130 today (both black/turquoise and white/orange), which leaves you with an extra $20 to…

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Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, June 18. All times are Eastern.

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It’s probably just a coincidence that tonight’s Westworld is airing on Father’s Day. But as (probable) coincidences go, it’s a good one. Mean, but good. Much of “Vanishing Point” is spent on William, both in the present and in the past, as we finally get more concrete information about his wife (played in flashback by…

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Back in May, we reported that a French court had thrown out producer Paulo Branco’s claim that he should own the rights to Terry Gilliam’s long-in-the-works film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote because of a financial agreement Gilliam had made with him in 2016 during a previous attempt to get the film made. Branco’s…

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Trivia-based game shows tend to be entirely dependent on building up tension from hearing a question, hearing a contestant answer the question, and then waiting to find out if the answer is right. Without that drama, a show would just be people rattling off facts like commenters trying to prove they’re the smartest…

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Fox’s animated shows have a proud tradition of gently ribbing their network, whether it was for those specials about the most extreme animal attacks from back in the day or for the tyrannical machinations of owner Rupert Murdoch, but it sounds like Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s frustrations are becoming too big…

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Most people in the world have no idea what’s going to happen in Avengers 4, but Samuel L. Jackson has come up with a pretty good theory. Speaking with Vulture, he says he’s pretty sure the resolution to Thanos’ genocidal dreams—which have gone largely unchecked up until now—will involve Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel.…

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With more than 5.6 million articles, Wikipedia is an invaluable resource, whether you’re throwing a term paper together at the last minute, or seeing if you can get an exact percentage of Nazis who are “very fine people.” We explore some of Wikipedia’s oddities in our 5,669,887-week series, Wiki Wormhole.

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You’ll pay just $54 when you preorder this Community box set on Blu-ray. We still might be living in the darkest timeline, but this makes it a little better.

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Our weekly thought-starter asks you (and us) a simple question each week: What pop culture did you consume this weekend, and what did you think of it? If you have suggestions for AVQ&A questions, big or small, you can email them to us here.

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Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Sunday, June 17. All times are Eastern. 

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Good news, fans of all the things about Roseanne that weren’t, well, Roseanne: ABC has moved ever so slightly closer to separating the racist-tweeting goose from the golden egg she laid, as THR reports that the network has apparently scored a tentative (and unofficial) agreement from Roseanne Barr to waive all future…

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At this point, we’re just going to have to accept that DuckTales just doesn’t really do great cold opens. The sequence before the opening credits (and really, a good portion of the first act) tend to be too enamored with dropping as many jokes, references, and clumsy exposition as possible, and it just kind of comes…

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A bunch of Swiss Army Knives, an $8 Qi charger, a GreenWorks Gold Box, and more lead Saturday’s best deals.

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Superfly, the remake of the classic flick Super Fly, hits theaters today. The film’s soundtrack is executive-produced by Future.

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