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Why Louie Anderson doesn't want to get too highfalutin with all the love for 'Baskets'

Louie Anderson's aching, vulnerable and, yes, at times funny turn as Zach Galifianakis' mom on the first-year FX series "Baskets" has been one of the most welcome surprises of this television year.

The show's creators — Louis C.K., Jonathan Krisel and Galifianakis — came to Anderson, remembering the way the comic had included his mother's voice in his act for the past 30 years.

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For Gael Garcia Bernal, conducting the L.A. Phil was a treat ... after a panicky 'What am I doing?'

Production on the third season of Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” starts this summer and lead actor Gael Garcia Bernal steps back into his role as superstar conductor Rodrigo de Souza being able to boast two things: that he is a Golden Globe winner and that he has conducted the L.A. Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.

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What to expect from the last season of 'Girls': Andrew Rannells shares a couple hints

For Elijah Krantz on HBO’s “Girls,” Season 5 was a journey of moving past being a bystander to the romance chaos and actually opening himself up to love — even if only temporarily.

The season saw Elijah, played by Andrew Rannells, find the promise of a real, adult relationship in smooth news anchor Dill Harcourt (Corey Stoll).

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Regrets? Ray Liotta has one, but it's not his 'Shades of Blue' -- think Batman

Ray Liotta, who stars as Lt. Matt Wozniak, "a bisexual cop who's dirty," on NBC's "Shades of Blue," has a gallery of distinctive and memorable characters he's played in a career that has spanned more than three decades. His landmark films include "GoodFellas," "Field of Dreams" and his film debut, "Something Wild."

But was there one role that got away that he regrets? Well, everyone has regrets.

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Fred Savage loves 'The Grinder' but does he run 'Wonder Years' on a loop at home?

In Fox's first-year comedy "The Grinder," Fred Savage plays Stewart, a nice-guy lawyer dealing with the reality that his famous actor brother, Dean (Rob Lowe), now thinks he's an attorney because he played one on TV.

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'The Walking Dead's' Melissa McBride on 'Caryl' -- the chemistry between Carol and Daryl

Fans of "The Walking Dead" have seen it. Hundreds of blogs have been written about it. 

What exactly is going on with Carol Peletier and Daryl Dixon, two of the band of survivors on AMC's hit drama about the zombie apocalypse that seem to have an electric chemistry? Is it a deep friendship? Is it something more?

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