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Live Wire Kelly Ripa Takes on the TV Land Awards

Kelly Ripa hosts the TV Land Awards.

When it comes to the increasingly large small-screen, Kelly Ripa has done it all. Soap opera? Check. Daytime talker? Check. Prime-time comedy? Check. Saturday Night Live stop-bys? Check. So who better to oversee this Sunday's TV Land Awards (9 pm/ET) than one of this reporter's most favorite funny girls? relished the chance to speak with the Live with Regis and Kelly cohost about "remaking" Laverne & Shirley, boogying with the Brady Bunch, stealing someone else's belly button and much, much more. I'm nervous to talk to you, because I always get afraid that Q&Aing a funny person won't yield appropriately funny material. Do you ever have that same concern on Live?Kelly Ripa: I do, I do. I have what I like to refer to as "posttraumatic talk-show disorder," where I'm like, "Oh, that didn't go well. I should have done this this way and that that way...." It' read more

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Premise: Megan Mullally emcees the fourth annual event, which recognizes revered shows and stars from TV's past. This year's honorees are “Cheers,” “Good Times,” “Batman” and “Dallas,” and the list of appearances includes Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Jimmie Walker, Adam West, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray.


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