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Filmmaker Michael Moore won best original screenplay for his controversial anti-gun documentary Bowling for Columbine at Saturday's 55th annual Writers Guild of America Awards. Best adapted screenplay honors went to David Hare for The Hours. TV kudos, meanwhile, went to CBS's expelled drama The Education of Max Bickford (huh?) and NBC's past-its-prime comedy Frasier (yawn).

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Filmmaker Michael Moore won best original screenplay for his controversial anti-gun documentary Bowling for Columbine at Saturday's 55th annual Writers Guild of America Awards. Best adapted screenplay honors went to David Hare for The Hours. TV kudos, meanwhile, went to CBS's expelled drama The Education of Max Bickford (huh?) and NBC's past-its-prime comedy Frasier (yawn).