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Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1982: Cats begins its almost-18-year Broadway run.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1939: Paul Hogan, actor (Crocodile Dundee)
1943: Chevy Chase, comedian and actor (Saturday Night Live, National Lampoon, Fletch, Community)
1943: RL Stine, author (Goosebumps, Fear Street)
1949: Sigourney Weaver, actress (Alien series, Ghostbusters, Avatar) and the most famous person Popculturology Editor in Chief Bill Kuchman has ever had his picture taken with
1969: Jeremy Davies, actor (Lost, Justified, Saving Private Ryan)
1970: Matt Damon, actor and screenwriter (Good Will Hunting, Saving Private Ryan, Bourne series, The Departed)
1980: Nick Cannon, actor (All That, Wild 'N Out, America's Got Talent)
1985: Bruno Mars, musician
1993: Angus T. Jones, actor (Two and a Half Men)

Who's On What: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
LETTERMAN: Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers, Twelve Years a Slave's Michael Fassbender, musician Amos Lee
KIMMEL: Musician Elton John, Revenge's Emily VanCamp
LENO: Monsters University's Billy Crystal, Jersey Shore's Snooki and JWoww, singer Toni Braxon
FALLON: Singer Miley Cyrus
FERGUSON: The Crazy Ones' Sarah Michelle Gellar, Guillermo Diaz, Nick Cobb

New on Blu-ray
The Hangover Part III: The supposed conclusion to the Hangover saga flopped at the box office despite being an improvement over The Hangover Part II.
After Earth: Looks like daddy's money can't buy Jaden Smith's way to being a movie star.
Much Ado About Nothing: Joss Whedon followed up The Avengers with a black-and-white, super-small budget take on the Shakespeare classic.
The Purge: Despite popular belief on Twitter, the government shutdown does not mean we live in a world where the Purge is a real thing.
Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 10/08/2013 Rating: 5

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