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At the End of the Day: Return of Vader, Cher Loves Chris, and History of J-Dub

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Farewell to the only comedy bit in history to raise over $1 million in donations: Stephen Colbert’s SuperPAC, Citizens For a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, is shutting down (Colbert Nation)

You probably shouldn’t trust thinly sourced rumors about Darth Vader returning in the new “Star Wars” movie (Bad Ass Digest)

For wrestling fans, a big anniversary last week: 15 years since the Montreal Screwjob (Wayback Machine/Wrestling Observer)

Cher has a crush on MSNBC’s Chris Hayes- though at this point, who doesn’t? (Mediaite)

Noted foreign correspondent and blogger Michael J. Totten reviews “Argo” (World Affairs Journal)

The villain on the upcoming fourth season of Justified? “Hill people.” (Warming Glow)

After the election: the return of that completely wrong Pauline Kael anecdote! (Vanity Fair)

An answer to the long-simmering question: “Why doesn’t MTV play videos anymore?” (Ask a Network Exec)

How Bruce Springsteen elected Barack Obama (Slate)

Nearly two decades after the death of frontman Michael Hutchence, INXS is breaking up (Rolling Stone)

David Lynch’s “Mullholland Drive” gets the Great Movies treatment (Roger Ebert)

An oral history of Brooklyn’s Jewish-oriented J-Dub Records (The Brooklyn Ink)

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