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Tuesday, January 13, 2003
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The worst in entertainment
From TV to headlines, 2003 was packed with things we hoped to leave behind when the ball dropped on New Year’s Eve. Now we take a look back at the entertainment moments you love to hate.
The worst in entertainment
graphic by KRT Campus / Lacey Krause
Hollywood pitches no-hitters

Though movies can be pretty worthwhile for their action, comedy and sex, the producers of these movies seemed to be missing their muse while deciding which clips to leave on the cutting room floor. They should have cut the whole thing.
Pop, politics and power couples

Everyone heard about these, some sooner than later, but they all raised a question, an eyebrow or a high five.
Please, do touch that dial

In 2003, the music world was taken over by a new generation of pop. Pop has invaded every genre of music — from rap to rock to country — leaving us all fearing for the future of the music industry.
Must-not-see TV lineup

Another year has come and gone, and with it over 17,500 30-minute television time slots … per channel. These slots were filled with some great shows, unfortunately, along with many not so great shows.
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