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Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014)

This Day in Pop Culture History 
1951: Search for Tomorrow, the first long-running soap opera, debuts on CBS. Meh. It's no Young and the Restless.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1965: Charlie Sheen, actor (Platoon, Wall Street, Major League, Spin City, Two and a Half Men)
1979: Tomo Milicevic, musician (Thirty Seconds to Mars)
1984: Paz de la Huerta, actress (Boardwalk Empire)
1984: Garrett Hedlund, actor (Tron: Legacy, On the Road)
1986: Shaun White, Olympic snowboarder

Who's on What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
CONAN: The Leftovers' Justin Theroux, Veep's Tony Hale, music group Shovels and Rope
FALLON: The Voice's Blake Shelton, comedians Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, musician Sheila E.
LETTERMAN: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, The Skeleton Twins' Kristen Wiig, music group The New Pornographers
KIMMEL: Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Terry Crews, musician Shawn Mendes
MEYERS: The Voice's Gwen Stefani, tennis player Andy Roddick, music group Counting Crows
FERGUSON: David Arquette, Inbar Lavi
Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014) Reviewed by Popculturology on 9/03/2014 Rating: 5

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