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Comedian Sid Caesar Dies at 91

Comedy TV legend Sid Caesar has passed away at the age of 91.

His friend Larry King revealed the news on Twitter Wednesday.

Caesar's 90-minute live variety program Your Show of Shows helped cement the comedian as one of the first real television stars. The sketch series, which co-stared Imogene Coca, featured an impressive roster of writers, including Woody AllenMel BrooksNeil Simon and Larry Gelbart.

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Comedian Sid Caesar Dies at 91

Comedy TV legend Sid Caesar has passed away at the age of 91.

His friend Larry King revealed the news on Twitter Wednesday.

Caesar's 90-minute live variety program Your Show of Shows helped cement the comedian as one of the first real television stars. The sketch series, which co-stared Imogene Coca, featured an impressive roster of writers, including Woody AllenMel BrooksNeil Simon and Larry Gelbart.

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Bosom Buddies, Everybody Loves Raymond Casts Reunite for TV Land Awards

Bosom Buddies' Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari reunited to receive the Anniversary Award, celebrating the '80s sitcom's 30th anniversary as celebrities old and new gathered at the TV Land Awards.

Jay Leno presented the award Saturday night to the cast, which included Donna Dixon, Thelma Hopkins and Holland Taylor.

The series centered on two bachelors who pretended to be women to live in a low-cost, all-female hotel after their apartment is condemned.

TV Land Awards to honor Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari

Billy Crystal was on hand to present the Legend Award to... read more

WB BOOTS TWO

WB has benched for the time being both Living with Fran and Blue Collar TV, although both shows will remain in production. Melanie Griffith's Twins (the show, people) will take over Fran's slot, while an encore airing of Supernatural will be offered up to the 17 people who were choosing Blue Collar over the Housewives on Sunday at 9. read more

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Premise: Producer Max Liebman's live, 90-minute Saturday-night showcase was an emblem of TV's golden age if ever there was one. `Show' had some music and dance, and even guest hosts, but it was the extraordinary sketch-comedy gifts of Sid Caesar, the rubber-faced Imogene Coca, great second bananas Carl Reiner and Howard Morris, and a legendary writing staff (including Mel Brooks, Larry Gelbart, Neil Simon, Lucille Kallen and Mel Tolkin) that all came together to make this an all-time classic.

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