The Bullseye

March 2009
Entertainment Weekly;3/6/2009, Issue 1037, p80
A chart is presented that rates popular culture news in the U.S. during the first week of March, 2009, including the departure of comedian Conan O'Brien from his late-night television talk show, model Tyra Banks seeking women shorter than 5'7" for her television program "America's Next Top Model," and the performance of actress Amanda Seyfried on the television program "Big Love."


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