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Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, May 22, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1807: Former Vice President Aaron Burr is indicted for treason. To paraphrase Lazy Sunday: You can call him Aaron Burr from the way he was dropping Hamiltons.
1906: The Wright brothers patent their "flying machine." It is not associated with the Flying Spaghetti Monster ... or was it?
1942: Ted Williams enlists in the U.S. Marine Corps.
1980: Namco releases Pac-Man. It was originally called Puck-Man, but you just know someone would've vandalized that.
1990: Windows 3.0 is released. Go ask your grandparents what Windows was.
1992: Johnny Carson hosts The Tonight Show for the last time. Jay Leno would host for the next 600 years.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1859: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author (Sherlock Holmes series)
1907: Laurence Olivier, actor (Spartacus, A Bridge Too Far, Hamlet)
1939: Paul Winfield, actor (The Terminator, Cliffhanger, Sounder)
1950: Bernie Taupin, songwriter (Elton John)
1959: Morrissey, singer (The Smiths)
1961: Ann Cusack, actress (A League of Their Own)
1968: Graham Linehan, writer and director (Father Ted, The IT Crowd)
1970: Naomi Campbell, model and phone thrower
1974: Sean Gunn, actor (Gilmore Girls)

Who's On What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
CONAN: Now You See Me's Jesse Eisenberg, Star Trek Into Darkness director JJ Abrams, music group Thirty Seconds to Mars
LETTERMAN: Now You See Me's Woody Harrelson, comedian Tommy Johnagin, musician John Fogerty
KIMMEL: Mistress' Alyssa Milano, Fast and Furious 6's Ludacris, Darius Rucker aka Hootie
LENO: Fast and Furious 6's Vin Diesel, redneck Jeff Foxworthy, music group The Lone Bellow
FALLON: Saturday Night Live veteran Dana Carvey, Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss, musician Bobby McFerrin
FERGUSON: Comedian Stephen Fry
Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, May 22, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 5/22/2013 Rating: 5

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