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September 10, 2006 | Milt Policzer
From Stephanie Stevens vs. Matt LeBlanc in Los Angeles County Superior Court: Defendant "did intentionally slander the Plaintiff" by making false statements, which he knew would be printed in the National Enquirer, about her being sexually aggressive at work. "In truth and fact," she "never engaged in sexual debauchery at her place of employment . . . All sexual contact between the Defendant and the Plaintiff took place in the privacy of the Plaintiff's residence."
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2004 | From a Times staff writer
How to counterprogram the final installment of NBC's long-running sitcom "Friends"? TV Land isn't even going to try. The cable network said Monday that it will essentially go dark for the hour when the conclusion of "Friends" airs on May 6, showing footage of TV Land staffers sitting around the office supposedly watching NBC.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 2013
In the nominations for the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards, the single most lauded program was FX's gothic miniseries "American Horror Story: Asylum" with 17 nods, including for miniseries/movie and lead actress for Jessica Lange. HBO's "Game of Thrones" garnered 16 nominations -- the most for any drama series. Altogether, HBO pulled in 108 nods, 27 more than last year. In second place were CBS and NBC, tying with 53 nominations apiece. The full list follows: DRAMA SERIES "Breaking Bad" (AMC)
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2014 | By Mary McNamara
"Crisis": With a busload of kidnapped high school students, a flock of powerful parents and a smattering of high-caliber stars, NBC seems prepared to do what CBS couldn't with "Hostages"--create a high-octane, character-driven suspense drama that is both familiar (newbie FBI agent up against emotionally charged odds) and unexpected (the point of the abduction is not at all clear.)   As with "Hostages," the president is involved as well as a political vendetta of sorts, but creator Rand Ravich ("Life")
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 2008 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Ron Leavitt, a veteran television writer and producer best known for co-creating "Married . . . With Children," the raunchy, groundbreaking sitcom that helped put the fledgling Fox network on the map in the late 1980s, has died. He was 60. Leavitt died of lung cancer Sunday at his home in Sherman Oaks, said publicist Larry Winokur. Ed O'Neill, who played Al Bundy on the show, told The Times on Monday that Leavitt was "one of the funniest guys I ever knew. " "He had a very original way of thinking in terms of comedy," O'Neill said.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 2004 | Scott Collins
Is Donald Trump still America's favorite boss? Ratings for Thursday's premiere of NBC's "The Apprentice" tumbled from last season, when the "reality" series starring real-estate mogul Trump and a group of would-be proteges became a national sensation. The heavily publicized "Apprentice" averaged 14 million viewers, according to figures from Nielsen Media Research, plummeting 32% compared with last season's average. In direct competition during the 9 p.m.
NEWS
April 6, 1995 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN
Grant Show, Jason Priestley, Matt LeBlanc, Vince Neil and Anthony Edwards are all familiar with life in the fast lane. But these and other celebrities will see how they do at speeds of more than 100 m.p.h. behind the wheel of a Toyota Celica GT lift-back at the Pro-Celebrity Race on Saturday. The event is a prelude for the big race Sunday, the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, in which professional drivers race through the streets of Long Beach.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 13, 1991 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Fox hits the bottom of the barrel with "Top of the Heap," its new comedy from the producers of "Married . . . With Children." It premieres after "Married . . . With Children" at 9:30 p.m. Sunday on Channel 11, a quasi-spinoff that reeks with the raunch of the older show's Bundy clan, but inherits not a whiff of its humor. The main protagonists are the Verduccis: illiterate Vinnie (Matt LeBlanc) and Vinnie's boorish father, Charles (Joe Bologna). Vinnie was introduced on "Married . . .
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