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The M&M Report: Dissecting the 2014 Emmy nominations

(07/16/14 1:38pm)

This week on The M&M Report, Devin Mitchell and Mark Lieberman tackle Thursday’s announcement of the 2014 Emmy nominations. They were happy with the love for “Orange is the New Black and “Breaking Bad,” disappointed with the nods for “Downton Abbey” and “The Newsroom” and bothered by the snubs of such deserving contenders as “The Americans” and Elisabeth Moss from “Mad Men.”

The M&M Report: “Mad Men” and Pop Culture’s Role in the UCSB Shooting

(05/29/14 1:08pm)

This week on The M&M Report, Mark Lieberman and Devin Mitchell discuss popular culture’s role in incidents like last Friday’s shooting at University of California Santa Barbara. They analyze Seth Rogen’s response to Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday’s argument that movies like “Neighbors” contribute to the culture in which heinous acts of violence can occur.

The M&M Report: “The Good Wife,” Vampire Weekend and more

(04/01/14 6:03pm)

This week on The M&M Report, The Eagle columnist Devin Mitchell and lifestyle editor Mark Lieberman invited Kara Avancena, The Eagle’s arts & entertainment assistant editor and sports assistant editor, to discuss last week’s shocking twist on “The Good Wife” and Louis C.K.’s excellent hosting stint on “Saturday Night Live.”

The M&M Report: Talking 'The Lego Movie' and 'The Americans'

(03/24/14 8:11pm)

This week on the M&M Report, The Eagle columnist Devin Mitchell and lifestyle editor Mark Lieberman invited managing editor for news and Editor-In-Chief elect Heather Mongilio to discuss “The Lego Movie” and “The Americans.” Bonus: Mitchell delivered another classic rant in the return of Devin Doesn’t Like Things.

Take 5: Rest in peace to a comedy legend, welcome back to TV’s best

(03/01/14 2:44am)

Rest in peace, Harold Ramis. Some creative people deserve touching, poetic tributes. Others just need people to be reminded of the depth and breadth of their work. Harold Ramis falls into the later camp. Take a look at this list of movies he wrote within a 10-year period: “Animal House,” “Meatballs,” “Caddyshack,” “Stripes,” “Ghostbusters,” “Back to School.” And later? “Analyze This,” “Groundhog Day.” And don’t forget that he also directed “Caddyshack,” “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” “Analyze That” and four much-loved episodes of “The Office.” And he starred in some of his movies (“Groundhog Day,” “Ghostbusters”) as well as others (“High Fidelity,” “Knocked Up”). That resume speaks for itself.