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Totes Newsworthy: “Friends” Central Perk Will Come to Life This Fall

Arguably considered one of the best sitcoms in the history of television, “Friends” fanatics can rejoice as Warner Brothers celebrates the show’s 20th anniversary. The lovable characters and friends on the show, Rachel, Ross, Monica, Joey, Chandler, and Phoebe captured the hearts of millions as it aired on the waves for ten extremely successful years. The show originally began in 1994 and finally ended its era on television in 2004. This year, 2014, marks the 20th year since the show started, and Warner Bros. is offering New York City citizens...
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#BoycottBurgerKing Trending After Accusations of Whopper Tax Dodge Surface with New Deal: Totes Newsworthy

It has now been confirmed that Burger King is going to be buying the Canadian chain Tim Horton's to create a fast-food giant with a $22 billion market cap with over 18,000 outlets in 100 companies. In all, the merger is projected to bring in over $23 billion in sales. Both companies would benefit as Tim Horton's will be able to move into a global market that it previously did not have access to, and Burger King will be able to offer a more competitive breakfast menu, taking some of...
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Totes Newsworthy: Kids Show Sparks Outrage

Scooby-Doo is a classic cartoon and has been a favorite for kids since it first started in the 1960’s. Its title character as well as the rest of Mystery Inc. crew have long delighted viewers of all ages. However, the long running show and its avid fan base did little to help it when it released its newest direct to DVD film Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy and immediately was met with an onslaught of negative feedback. While the plot of the new film is innocent enough, following the gang as they investigate...
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Totes Newsworthy: FXX Launches 12 Day Simpsons Marathon

Imagine watching twelve straight days of television. Now picture again watching those same twelve days of television, but also imagine that it is all the same show, run back to back, with no breaks and no repeats. Barring the physical ability of staring at a television set for that long with no sleep, you could actually spend nearly two whole weeks watching the longest single-series marathon every to be put on television. This is because, starting today, FXX will be commencing its full series Simpsons marathon. The Simpsons has been...
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