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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The misdemeanor assault charges filed against exercise guru Richard Simmons; a list of journalists and politicians who will participate on the game show “Jeopardy”; weatherman Al Roker’s plans to have a live colon exam on NBC’s “Today Show”; the fake news story from “The Onion” read by anchorwoman Deborah Norville on her MSNBC show; NBC’s release of photographs from the final episode of “Friends”; and the 50th anniversary of RCA’s production of color TV sets reported; scenes shown.
- Smith, Shepard
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