Week in Review: ‘O.C.’ Gone, Abu Ghraib Doc


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Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes: PBS doc on Tuesday looked into a taboo topic in hip hop: misogyny and hip hop. Asked viewers the question, Hip hop is a man’s world… but does it have to be?

Ghosts of Abu Ghraib: Rory Kennedy’s (yes, of the Kennedy clan) doc interviewed prisoners and officers at the prison to find out how this tragedy could have occurred.

American Idol: Opens an Idol performance camp. The machine must be fed.

Lost: Continues to lose viewers.

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Anna Nicole Smith: After a legal tug of war, the deceased’s body will (hopefully) find a final resting place in the Bahamas, next to her son.

The O.C.: Came to an end. Seth and Summer marry, the Cohens move back to Berkeley, Julie Cooper stays single and gets her diploma, everybody gets pregnant.

Grey’s Anatomy: Meredith comes back to life after her Tony Soprano visit to the other side. Wouldn’t you know it: Speaks immediately, with no brain damage!

Grey’s Anatomy Spin-off: The franchise expands, with the show set to have a spin-off starring Addison Shepherd (Kate Walsh).

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on February 24, 2007

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