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The Darth Vader Kid Had His Surgery Thursday, and It Was a Success

Max Page...the "Darth Vader kid" from that Volkswagen Super Bowl ad...had his open-heart surgery this past Thursday, and it was a success.

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Volkswagen’s ‘Little Darth Vader’ Max Page to Undergo Open Heart Surgery

Although you probably wouldn’t recognize Max Page, you have almost certainly seen him before. The 7-year-old played miniature Darth Vader in Volkswagen’s 2011 Super Bowl ad, a spot that is among the most popular in the history of the Big Game.

After the commercial aired, Max made an appearance on ‘Today,’ where his mom revealed he had been diagnosed with a congenital heart defect at birth and has since worn a pacemaker.

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And Your New Herman Munster Is: Jerry O’Connell

Jerry O'Connell will play Herman Munster in NBC's new "Munsters" reboot, which will be called "Mockingbird Lane".

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Former ‘Family Feud’ Host Richard Dawson Met his Wife on the Show

When Richard first left the 'Feud' in 1985, an executive producer estimated that he had kissed "somewhere in the vicinity of 20,000 women."

One of them was Gretchen Johnson, who came on with her family in 1981. They started dating soon after that, and got married in 1991. They had a daughter, and were still married at the time of his death.

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‘Hatfields and McCoys’ Makes Cable Ratings History

Over a century after their infamous family feud ended, the Hatfields and McCoys have made history once again, this time on TV. History’s three-part miniseries, which concluded last night, is now the highest rated non-sports broadcast in basic cable history. That’s something any Hatfield or McCoy would be proud of.

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Handout, Getty Images
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Billy Joel’s ‘Movin’ Out’ Performed on American Idol by Phillip Phillips

Here we go with another performance by our favorite convulsing crooner, Phillip “Phillip Phillip Phillip etc.” Phillips. The ‘Idol’ finalist got to choose one track he sang earlier in the season for this final ‘Idol’ performance episode, and he chose ‘Movin’ Out’ by the “Piano Man” himself, Billy Joel.

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Jemal Countess, Getty Images
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Jerry Seinfeld Reveals Least Favorite ‘Seinfeld’ Episode

Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Monday night, and during the ‘Plead the Fifth’ segment the comedian was peppered with question about his hit show ‘Seinfeld,’ which is still all over TV in reruns 14 years after its last episode aired.

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David Letterman and Conan O’Brien Goof on Jay Leno

Conan O'Brien made his much-anticipated appearance on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' last night and they wasted little time before ripping on Jay Leno.

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CBS Has Canceled ‘CSI: Miami’

After 10 seasons, CBS has canceled 'CSI: Miami'...the most ridiculous of the 'CSI' shows. The original 'CSI' and 'CSI: New York' have been renewed.

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AMC Paid $250,000 to Use a Beatles Song on This Week’s ‘Mad Men’…Here’s a Montage of Other Beatles Songs Hollywood Has Used

In case you missed it, this week's episode of "Mad Men" featured the BEATLES song 'Tomorrow Never Knows'. And it cost AMC $250,000 to use it. It's pretty crazy for a TV show to spend that kind of money, but the website Jest.com put together a montage of MOVIES that have used Beatles songs.

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Two Guys in Their 80s Answered Questions About Facebook, Snooki, and Modern Music

The YouTube video of three old women talking about Kim Kardashian was a big hit online last week. And now there's another funny video of two guys in their 80s listening to modern music, and answering questions about pop culture.

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The Beatles Featured in ‘Mad Men’ Plot

For the third time this season, classic rock played an important role in the plot of and episode of AMC’s ‘Mad Men.’ Last month saw Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and Harry Crane (Rich Sommer) try to get the Rolling Stones to shill for Heinz Baked Beans and the Beach Boys‘ ‘I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times’ was the soundtrack to Roger Sterling’s (John Slattery) first acid trip. On last night’s (May 6) episode, the Beatles worked their way in to the daily life of the men and women of Sterling Cooper Draper Price.

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