After grilling celebrities on Inside the Actors Studio, James Lipton finishes them off with these ten questions. The answers are surprisingly redundant.
Moving from PBS Icons to Shark Week villains, John D. Boswell takes his autotune talents underwater to remix "Bite of the Great White. "
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While these albums are more than 20 years old, the sounds remain fresh, and now the physical product is as well with these new colored pressings.
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A lot can happen in seven years: The birth of a baby, the death of a loved one, and the completion of a Mars Rover. JPL engineer Mark Rober is just one of the thousands who contributed to NASA's Curiosity Rover and on August 6, 2012, they saw seven years of hard work payoff in just seven terrifying minutes.