This week we discover whether the "Star Wars" icon had a second, uncredited career polishing scripts for Hollywood movies.
Articles by Brian Cronin
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Learn whether "South Park" was originally supposed to be about a vast alien conspiracy, much like the classic series, "The X-Files."
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Discover whether the person Lily Aldrin was based on would only permit the character to exist if she was played by "Buffy" veteran Alyson Hannigan.
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Learn how Walt Disney's iconic animated movie "Bambi" led to the creation of the classic forest fire-prevention character Smokey Bear.
This week, we're going down to South Park to find out whether Cartman originally had both a father and a sister in the series pilot.
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Look back with us to an uglier time, when TV executives feared "Cagney and Lacey" seemed like it was about two lesbians.
Learn whether Oscar winner Alec Guinness hated working on "Star Wars" so much that he came up with Obi-Wan Kenobi's death to get out of the film.
We head to Walnut Grove for the bizarre story of why one particularly dark episode of "Little House" features a baby used as a battering ram.
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