Though the Cleavers, Bradys and Sopranos have all left us, the small screen is still filled with fun and interesting families: the cops on Blue Bloods, the wacky but warm-hearted Chances from Raising Hope, the Dunphy household of Modern Family, and even — 22-seasons-old and still going strong — television's first animated clan, the Simpsons. Out of all these, which TV family would you most want to be a part of? Sound off in our poll!
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Question: I am loving Raising Hope, but I'm wondering if there will be any back story on Virginia's and Bert's families, other than Maw Maw, of course. Have you heard if they have parents and siblings? I think there has been mention of other relatives who want Maw Maw's house, but do you know if we will get to meet them? I think it would be a hoot to see the rest of the families on both sides! — Ginni
It's not all about LeBron James and Brett Favre at ESPN — at least not next week. The sports giant is rolling out a series of Veterans Day-related programming to honor veterans and troops and to celebrate the link between the military and sports.
"America's Heroes: A Salute to Our Veterans" begins with Saturday's College GameDay (Nov. 6, 9am/8c, ESPNU and 10am/9c, ESPN), which will feature a profile of Indiana University defensive end Kevin Bush, who returned to college football after serving two and half years in the U.S. Army, including a stint in Iraq.