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Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1951: Search for Tomorrow, the first continuously running American soap opera, premieres. Does it have Victor Newman on it? Nope? We don't care then.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1955: Steve Jones, guitarist (Sex Pistols)
1963: Malcolm Gladwell, journalist and author
1965: Charlie Sheen, actor (Platoon, Wall Street, Major League, Spin City, Two and a Half Men)
1976: Ashley Jones, actress (True Blood, The Young and the Restless, Old School)
1979: Tomo Milicevic, guitarist (Thirty Seconds to Mars)
1980: Jennie Finch, softball pitcher
1986: Shaun White, Olympic gold-medal-winning snowboarder

Who's On What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
CONAN: Orange Is the New Black's Jason Biggs, The Newsroom's Alison Pill, Rory Scovel
LETTERMAN: Prisoners' Jake Gyllenhaal, Big Brother's Julie Chen, music group The Dodos
KIMMEL: Riddick's Vin Diesel, Zachary Maxwell, musician John Legend
LENO: Real Time with Bill Maher's Bill Maher, Archer's Aisha Tyler
FALLON: Live! with Kelly and Michael's Michael Strahan, The X Factor's Demi Lovato, musician Neko Case
FERGUSON: The Tonight Show's Jay Leno, model Elettra Wiedemann

New on Blu-Ray
Now You See Me: If you missed the summer's surprise hit about a band of magicians, pick this one up on blu-ray. The Four Horsemen will return for a sequel, so get ready.
The Iceman: Chris Evans and Michael Shannon star in a film about professional hit men. This is also your chance to see what it would be like if Captain America and General Zod teamed up.
Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 9/03/2013 Rating: 5

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