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“SNL” recalls its greatest holiday sketches and Charlie travels to Qatar on “State of Affairs.”
It wouldn’t be “The Late Late Show” if it wasn’t completely crazy.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | So long to an exuberant talk show that put a premium on giddy, silly talk.
Amy Adams hosts “SNL” with One Direction; “The Sound of Music Sing-a-Long” on ABC.
Though Colbert got all the attention this week, don’t forget about another famed late-night host bidding farewell.
Many wrongly predicted that he’d kill off his famous character on his last Comedy Central show.
Nick Cannon gets a new show, and “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” takes a final bow.
Side effects include Idris elbow, atomic fireballs and sleep-waltzing.
A familiar face returns to “American Horror Story,” in a winter finale that skips the bloodshed in favor of character development.
“The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball” on the CW; “White Collar” and “Covert Affairs” wrap up their seasons.
Sometimes Colbert’s fake persona spilled over into the real world -- with interesting results.
It’s a lesson we cannot overstate about reality singing competitions: Never count out the country singer.
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