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FURIOUS GEORGE

George Clooney, out to promote his forthcoming Oscar buzz-worthy film, Good Night, and Good Luck, had the shilling rug pulled out from under him by NBC, which originally offered the actor air time on both Today and Dateline, only to rescind on the latter in favor of profiling Eva Longoria (who, I assume, will not be discussing Edward R. Murrow). Angered, Clooney sent a nasty letter to Dateline, the New York Daily News reports, then canceled his Today visit and booked himself on ABC's Good Morning America. Frankly, I say it's a better fit: Good Night... Good Morning. Am I right?

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George Clooney, out to promote his forthcoming Oscar buzz-worthy film, Good Night, and Good Luck, had the shilling rug pulled out from under him by NBC, which originally offered the actor air time on both Today and Dateline, only to rescind on the latter in favor of profiling Eva Longoria (who, I assume, will not be discussing Edward R. Murrow). Angered, Clooney sent a nasty letter to Dateline, the New York Daily News reports, then canceled his Today visit and booked himself on ABC's Good Morning America. Frankly, I say it's a better fit: Good Night... Good Morning. Am I right?