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  1. Will Brad Culpepper win it all on Wednesday's 'Survivor' finale?

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    Heading into Wednesday's finale of Survivor: Game Changers, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Brad Culpepper said his fans need to know there are still plays to make before the end zone.

    "The Tables Have Turned" - Brad Culpepper, Tai Trang and Hali Ford on the fourth episode of SURVIVOR: Game Changers on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Jeffrey Neira/CBS Entertainment
  2. Billy Bush speaks out about Trump 'Access Hollywood' tape: 'I wish I had changed the topic'

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    Former NBC host Billy Bush has spoken publicly for the first time in more than seven months about the 2005 Access Hollywood tape in which President Donald Trump bragged about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women.

    Donald Trump prepares for an appearance on 'Days of Our Lives' with actress Arianne Zucker (center) in 2005. He is accompanied to the set by Access Hollywood host Billy Bush. [The Washington Post via Getty Images]
  3. Heading to finale, how did Tampa lawyer Brad Culpepper do on 'Survivor' last night?

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    Brad Culpepper heads to 'Survivor' finale

    Brad Culpepper, a former NFL player and contestant on the reality show "Survivor,"  in his law office in downtown Tampa on Monday, May 8, 2017. Culpepper is currently appearing in his second season on the show.
  4. NBC reviving 'must-see TV' Thursdays with 'Will and Grace'

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    NEW YORK — NBC is bringing back its "must-see TV" Thursday franchise this fall with the revival of "Will & Grace," and by moving its heartwarming hit "This is Us" to the same night.

    BC is bringing back its "must-see TV" Thursday franchise this fall with the revival of "Will & Grace."
  5. Stephen Colbert gleefully responds to President Trump calling him a 'no-talent guy' (w/video)

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    It's the moment Stephen Colbert has been waiting for.

    Stephen  Colbert said on his show, Thursday,  "I won" in response to President Donald Trump's declaration that the CBS comic is a "no talent guy." [Photo by Richard Shotwell | Invision via AP]
  6. Glenn Beck just offered Bill O'Reilly a job at TheBlaze

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    Where does a former Fox News host turn when he is ousted by an advertiser boycott? Maybe to another former Fox News host who was ousted by an advertiser boycott.

     Bill O'Reilly poses for photos on the set of "The O'Reilly Factor" in New York in 2015. [Associated Press]
  7. A USF professor was featured during Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show' opening

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    A University of South Florida professor had a moment in the limelight Tuesday when he was called up on stage during the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

    Jimmy Fallon called up all the teachers in his audience on Tuesday for "National Teacher Day." In the crowd was USF professor Rick Kelso. (NBC)
  8. 12 shows to watch this summer, from 'Game of Thrones' to vampires in 'Midnight, Texas'

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    There's a long, hot summer ahead of us. So let's turn up the AC, cozy up to our screens and binge some TV, shall we? Here are our top new and returning shows to check out.

    “Orange Is the New Black”
  9. Showtime's 'Twin Peaks' revival is the latest reboot poised for success. Here's why

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    The owls are not what they seem, and neither are the dozens of remakes, reboots and revivals that have hit our TV screens in the past decade.

    Sherilyn Fenn and Kyle MacLachlan, pictured in 1989, are among the original “Twin Peaks” cast members who are back for the revival. The pilot episode aired in 1990.
  10. Back on 'Survivor,' Tampa lawyer Brad Culpepper shakes the bad guy image

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    Brad Culpepper sat in his Tampa high-rise office, water view gleaming behind him. He wore a short-sleeved shirt that showed off a striking bicep injury, torn from years on the football field.

    Brad Culpepper, a former NFL player and contestant on the reality show "Survivor," is seen in his law office in downtown Tampa on Monday, May 8, 2017. Culpepper is currently appearing in his second season on the show. LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times