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Your Day in Pop Culture (Monday, June 17, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1885: The Statue of Liberty arrives in New York Harbor. Yes, the symbol of America is French. Way to go putting it on your state quarter, New York.
1901: The College Board introduces its first standardized test, which later became the SAT. Our Seth Pohorence did poorly on his SATs, but it's probably because he misspelled his name.
1994: OJ Simpson is arrested following a televised low-speed highway chase, which probably drew higher ratings than anything on NBC Thursday nights.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1943: Newt Gingrich, politician who makes cameos on Parks and Recreation 
1943: Barry Manilow, singer
1947: George Clinton, Bill Clinton's brother, seen on The Nanny
1951: Joe Piscopo, comedian (Saturday Night Live)
1958: Bobby Farrelly, director (Dumb and Dumber, There's Something About Mary, Hall Pass)
1960: Thomas Haden Church, actor (Wings, Sideways, Spider-Man 3, Easy A)
1963: Greg Kinnear, actor (Little Miss Sunshine, As Good As It Gets, Talk Soup, The Kennedys)
1966: Jason Patric, actor (The Lost Boys, Sleepers, Narc)
1970: Will Forte, actor (Saturday Night Live, Clone High, MacGruber)
1970: Michael Showalter, actor (The State, Wet Hot American Summer)

Who's On What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
LETTERMAN: Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, Frances Ha's Greta Gerwig, music group Quadron
LENO: Monsters University's Billy Crystal, rapper Pitbull
FALLON: America's Got Talent's Howard Stern, Mistress' Alyssa Milano, music group Anamanaguchi
FERGUSON: Queer Eye's Carson Kressley, Under the Dome's Rachelle Lefevre
Your Day in Pop Culture (Monday, June 17, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 6/17/2013 Rating: 5

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