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October 18, 2013

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: Friday, October 18, 2013_ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier TV CROSSWORD MAGIC MAZE TOP TEN VIDEO Top 10 DVD, Blu-ray Rentals 1. World War Z (PG-13) Brad Pitt 2. Now You See Me (PG-13) Jesse Eisenberg 3. Star Trek Into Darkness (PG-13) Chris Pine 4. Oblivion (PG-13) Tom Cruise 5. Pain and Gain (R) Mark Wahlberg 6. Epic (PG) animated 7. Olympus Has Fallen (R) Gerald Butler 8. Peeples (PG-13) Craig Robinson 9. The Place Beyond the Pines (R) Ryan Gosling 10. Empire State (R) Emma Roberts Top 10 DVD, Blu-ray Sales 1. World War Z (PG-13) Paramount 2. Star Trek Into Darkness (PG-13) Paramount 3. Now You See Me (PG-13) Summit 4. Arrow: The Complete First Season (TV14) Warner Bros. 5. The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season (NR) Warner Bros. 6. Grimm: Season Two (TV) Universal 7. The Walking Dead: Season 3 (NR) Anchor Bay 8. Epic (PG) FOX 9. The Great Gatsby (PG-13) Warner Bros. 10: Sophia the First: Ready to be Princess (TV) Disney ACROSS 1. "The View" personality 4. "My __ Dads" (1987-90) 7. Denver, for one 10. 90ยบ from NNW 11. LL Cool J's style 12. Actress McClanahan 13. Actor on "Vegas" (2) 16. "I __ Huckabees"; 2004 Dustin Hoffman film 17. Smith and Ferrell 20. Actor George __ 24. Retirement acct. 25. "Who Do You Think You __?" 26. Jerry or Shari 29. Kevin Corrigan's role on "Grounded for Life" 31. 1953 Alan Ladd western classic 33. "The Young and __ __" 39. Suffix for wind or sand 40. Parisian summer 41. Actress Long 42. "The 5 __. Buchanans" (1994-95) 43. VP Rockefeller's monogram 44. "Blow __"; 2001 Alan Rickman movie The Three R's Word Quizzard solution DOWN 1. Role on "The Beverly Hillbillies" 2. "__ Life to Live" 3. Dough for sukiyaki? 4. Endeavors 5. "He __ __ Quiet Man"; 2007 Christian Slater film 6. TU forerunners 7. Supportive garment 8. Brigitte Bardot's affirmative 9. "__ & Breakfast"; 1991 Roger Moore movie 14. League for Ducks and Penguins: abbr. 15. Western Indian 17. Actor Wheaton 18. Anger 19. "Harry's __" 21. Word with fly or about 22. Onassis, to friends 23. Actor Jason 27. Neighbor of Jordan: abbr. 28. Martin or Charlie 29. "__ the Dragon"; 1973 Bruce Lee movie 30. Rock-'n'-roll singer Shannon 32. Dog on "The Thin Man" 33. Allen, for one 34. "I'm with __" (2003-04) 35. Trauma ctrs. 36. "__ of Watch"; 2012 Michael Pena film 37. "To __, with Love"; 1967 Sidney Poitier movie 38. "__ Yes to the Dress" TV Crossword solution magic maze solution SUdOkU solution Arbitrary Arrears Barrier Barrister Burrower Corridor Harrier Horror Mirror Narrator Source: Rentrak Corp. Referral Reorder Reporter Terror Warrior LAUGH ALONG WITH LATE NIGHT Jimmy Kimmel We are at a standstill with the government shutdown. It is costing $300 million a day. That is a full "Ironman" sequel per day. We could be up to "Ironman 7" tomorrow. Jay Leno It is day three of the government shutdown. Right now 33 percent of the government is doing absolutely nothing, which is not bad considering that before the shutdown 80 percent wasn't doing anything. According to a new report, experts in Pakistan say $25 million in cash is smuggled out of Pakistan every day, and less than 1 percent of Pakistanis pay any income tax at all. Here's the amazing part: Somehow their government hasn't shut down, but ours has. David Letterman Celebrity Crossword solution The New York City Opera shut down. They're bankrupt. And you know what that means: I'm now the only prima donna in town. If you go out in the street and ask somebody what they think about opera, they'll say they think opera is that woman who gives away cars on her TV show. Craig Ferguson Most people think the IRS Is just out to audit people. But that is not true. In addition to the people who do the audits, the IRS has people dedicated to defending taxpayers who get audited. But guess which group just got furloughed?

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