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What Did You Think of HBO's 15-Minute Game of Thrones Preview?

Sean Bean

Talk about leaving us wanting more! Sunday's sneak peek of HBO's Game of Thrones — a too-brief 15-minute tease -- showed promise for both fans of George R.R. Martin's book series and newcomers alike.

Based on the preview, here's what we think you can expect from the forthcoming series:

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What Should the Bronx Zoo Name Its Cobra?

The Bronx Zoo's Egyptian Cobra

What do you do when a mild-mannered snake becomes a celebrity? You name it!

The Bronx Zoo is holding a contest to name the Egyptian cobra that escaped from its enclosure on March 25. The liberated serpent captured the public's imagination, started its own Twitter account and was found safe and sound six days later in a remote corner of the Reptile House.

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VIDEO: Go Behind the Scenes with Will Ferrell on The Office

Will Ferrell

Who is D'Angelo Vickers?

We think that's Will Ferrell's character's name on The Office. But there seems to be a little confusion judging by this behind-the-scenes video of cast members discussing Ferrell's guest run on the sitcom.

VIDEO: Will Ferrell and Steve Carell reunite on The Office

Ferrell will play the temporary replacement for Michael Scott (Steve Carell) beginning with the Thursday, April 14 episode on NBC.

Check out the video:

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Zac Efron Debuts New Mustache: Save It or Shave It?

Zac Efron

Is that Zac Efron's evil twin?

The High School Musical alum showed up at the Dallas Mavericks vs. Los Angeles Lakers game Thursday sporting a new look: facial hair.

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VIDEO: Stephen Colbert's "Friday" Is Fun, Fun, Fun, Fun

Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon concluded a successful week-long project to raise $26,000 with a song-and-dance extravaganza on Friday. What did they sing? Rebecca Black's "Friday," of course.

The collaboration began when Colbert auctioned off a painting of himself, which raised $26,000 for DonorsChoose.org, and claimed that Fallon would be matching the donation. The only problem was that the late night host never promised anything of the kind. But the two agreed if Fallon could raise the money in a week, Colbert would sing "Friday" with The Roots live on Late Night.

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The new version of "Friday" has it all -- a heartfelt beginning, a rap interlude, Auto-Tune and even a few surprise guests.

Check it out:

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10 Surprises in the Camelot Premiere

Joseph Fiennes

The beauty of adapting the King Arthur legend is its historical vagueness. If experts can't even agree whether or not the man lived, then that leaves plenty of freedom to mess around. At turns the legend has been magical (Excalibur), sanitized (The Sword in the Stone) or cheeky (Monty Python and the Holy Grail). Friday's premiere of Starz's Camelot had moments both unexpected and unsettling. Here's how this umpteenth version distinguished itself:

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Exclusive Chopped All-Stars Finale Peek: Which Chef Will Make the Cut?

Anne Burrell

After four grueling matches, it's come down to this:  Chopped will crown its all-star champ, who, in addition to bragging rights, will receive $50,000 for the charity of their choice.

It's been an intense and entertaining competition so far with many chefs underestimating the time limit, unique mystery ingredients and back-to-back challenges. Only four chefs remain: Michael Proietti, Anne Burrell, Nate Appleman and Aaron Sanchez.

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Hugh Dancy and Parker Posey Join Showtime's The Big C

Hugh Dancy, Parker Posey

British actor Hugh Dancy and indie film darling Parker Posey will guest-star on the second season of The Big C, Showtime announced Thursday.

Dancy will appear in at least six episodes, playing a cancer patient who befriends Cathy (Laura Linney). Posey will play Poppy, a woman who has a surprising relationship with Cathy's teenaged son Adam (Gabriel Basso).

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MTV Orders Adaptation of Brit Comedy Inbetweeners, Four New Reality Shows

The Inbetweeners

Just two months after debuting the controversial teen drama Skins, MTV is once again green-lighting an adaptation of another popular British show, The Inbetweeners, along with four other new shows, EW reports.

Inbetweeners follows the exploits of four friends as they grow from their late teens into adults. MTV has ordered 12 episodes, which will likely premiere in 2012. Brad Copeland, Aaron Kaplan and original series creators Damon Beesly and Iain Morris will executive produce.

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Mad Men Deal Is Done: Matthew Weiner on Board for Two More Seasons

Mad Men

After prolonged and tense negotiations, AMC, Lionsgate and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner have agreed to produce two more seasons of the Emmy-winning drama.

We'll drink to that.

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