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Alyssa MilanoWB Role: Phoebe Halliwell (Charmed)Who She’d Be on The WB’s Mad Men: Joan HollowayThe WB was home to countless beautiful women, but few of them had the same brand of zaftig bodaciousness that makes Joan Mad Men's resident red-haired sex bomb. (What can we say? Curves were out in the ’90s.) That said, Milano comes pretty close to measuring up in certain… um, key areas and Phoebe's romantic life was frequently as messed up as Joan's. (Acceptable runner-up: Charisma Carpenter.)
Read more: Mad Men: What If It Had Aired on The WB?

Alyssa Milano
WB Role: Phoebe Halliwell (Charmed)
Who She’d Be on The WB’s Mad Men: Joan Holloway
The WB was home to countless beautiful women, but few of them had the same brand of zaftig bodaciousness that makes Joan Mad Men's resident red-haired sex bomb. (What can we say? Curves were out in the ’90s.) That said, Milano comes pretty close to measuring up in certain… um, key areas and Phoebe's romantic life was frequently as messed up as Joan's. (Acceptable runner-up: Charisma Carpenter.)

Read more: Mad Men: What If It Had Aired on The WB?

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David BoreanazWB Role: Liam/Angel/Angelus (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel)Who He’d Be on The WB’s Mad Men: Don DraperLeaving aside the fact that his on-screen alter ego would have had first-hand experience with the ’60s having, you know, lived through them, Boreanaz has the same square-jawed good looks as Jon Hamm, which serve well to mask the dark side lurking within. He’s also got a similar taste in women, initial pledging eternal allegiance to a blonde before his affections turn towards a brunette. (Though that relationship never quite came to the fruition, due to the whole ascension-followed-by-amnesia thing.) Plus, by the end of Angel's run, he had some experience in an office setting, having run his own start-up company before joining the demonic corporate world as the head of Wolfram & Hart.
Read more: Mad Men: What If It Had Aired on The WB?

David Boreanaz
WB Role: Liam/Angel/Angelus (Buffy the Vampire SlayerAngel)
Who He’d Be on The WB’s Mad Men: Don Draper
Leaving aside the fact that his on-screen alter ego would have had first-hand experience with the ’60s having, you know, lived through them, Boreanaz has the same square-jawed good looks as Jon Hamm, which serve well to mask the dark side lurking within. He’s also got a similar taste in women, initial pledging eternal allegiance to a blonde before his affections turn towards a brunette. (Though that relationship never quite came to the fruition, due to the whole ascension-followed-by-amnesia thing.) Plus, by the end of Angel's run, he had some experience in an office setting, having run his own start-up company before joining the demonic corporate world as the head of Wolfram & Hart.

Read more: Mad Men: What If It Had Aired on The WB?

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Best Holiday-Themed Bill Murray Double BillScrooged (1988) and Groundhog Day (1993) Celebrate Christmas by watching everyone’s favorite cynic do his version of Scrooge and then ring in the New Year by watching Murray go a little nuts and then learn an important life lesson by living the same day over and over again. Sure, that day is February 2 rather than December 31, but Groundhog Day's themes of self-improvement and starting over from scratch make it a natural choice for New Year's Eve instead of watching When Harry Met Sally for the umpteenth time. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)
Read more: Holiday Guide 2012: Holiday Movies to Suit Every Mood

Best Holiday-Themed Bill Murray Double Bill
Scrooged (1988) and Groundhog Day (1993)
Celebrate Christmas by watching everyone’s favorite cynic do his version of Scrooge and then ring in the New Year by watching Murray go a little nuts and then learn an important life lesson by living the same day over and over again. Sure, that day is February 2 rather than December 31, but Groundhog Day's themes of self-improvement and starting over from scratch make it a natural choice for New Year's Eve instead of watching When Harry Met Sally for the umpteenth time. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)

Read more: Holiday Guide 2012: Holiday Movies to Suit Every Mood

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Model Behavior
In the midst of N’SYNC mania (don’t you dare even mention the Backstreet Boys), Justin Timberlake made many young girls’ dreams come true when h starred in Model Behavior. Not only did it feature the biggest heartthrob of the time (though unfortunately he wasn’t sporting the frosted tips) but it involved a scenario usually reserved for Mary Kate and Ashley, in which a normal girl switches lives with a model and gets to date Timberlake. Kathie Lee Gifford also appears, pretty randomly, as the model’s mother. A sequel would only work if Timberlake came back, especially since he went from boy band cutie to legitimate superstar. Since Kathie Lee is busy drinking with Hoda, maybe Kelly Ripa can take her place. As for the girls who switch places, Lindsay Lohan has some experience in that area and her recent attempt at a comeback wasn’t exactly a success.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection We give a hearty “Cowabunga dudes!” to the arrival of this nostalgia-loaded set, which offers all 10 seasons of the ’80s TMNT animated series housed inside in the pizza-loving mutant reptiles’ party van, along with bonus features like bonus episodes and featurettes.Price: $99.98
Read more: Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Best TV on DVD and Blu-ray

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection
We give a hearty “Cowabunga dudes!” to the arrival of this nostalgia-loaded set, which offers all 10 seasons of the ’80s TMNT animated series housed inside in the pizza-loving mutant reptiles’ party van, along with bonus features like bonus episodes and featurettes.
Price: $99.98

Read more: Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Best TV on DVD and Blu-ray

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Arnold SchwarzeneggerGreat Good Guys: Conan, John Matrix (Commando) and John Kimble (Kindergarten Cop)Bad Guy: Mr. Freeze (Batman & Robin) Sure, Schwarzenegger established his bad guy bona fides in the original Terminator back in the beginning of his career. But that evil mojo was long spent by the time he painted his skin blue and dressed up as what appears to be a walking refrigerator to battle George Clooney’s Batman. The result is an even bigger debacle than Last Action Hero and Jingle All the Way combined. Although, it must be said that only a true evildoer would deliver some of the stone cold one-liners (“The chilling sound of your doom,” anyone?) that Freeze unleashes throughout the movie.
Read more: Alex Cross: Least Convincing Good Guys Gone Bad

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Great Good Guys: Conan, John Matrix (Commando) and John Kimble (Kindergarten Cop)
Bad Guy: Mr. Freeze (Batman & Robin)
Sure, Schwarzenegger established his bad guy bona fides in the original Terminator back in the beginning of his career. But that evil mojo was long spent by the time he painted his skin blue and dressed up as what appears to be a walking refrigerator to battle George Clooney’s Batman. The result is an even bigger debacle than Last Action Hero and Jingle All the Way combined. Although, it must be said that only a true evildoer would deliver some of the stone cold one-liners (“The chilling sound of your doom,” anyone?) that Freeze unleashes throughout the movie.

Read more: Alex Cross: Least Convincing Good Guys Gone Bad

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Harriet the SpyPreviously Seen In: Harriet the Spy (1996), played by Michelle TrachtenbergWhat Went Wrong: Louise Fitzhugh’s 1964 novel about a pint-sized spy is a childhood favorite — and it spawned three sequels, so a franchise is definitely possible — but the Nickelodeon-produced movie version sacrificed the book’s intelligence and darker undertones for too much forced kiddie humor. Rosie O’Donnell’s presence didn’t help matters.How To Bring Her Back: Respect kids’ intelligence and entertain them with a good story rather than lots of wacky camera angles and broad comedy. And while young Michelle Trachtenberg was an acceptable Harriett, we’d prefer a more bookish heroine. Is there another Fanning sister we haven’t met yet?
Read more: Dredd: Other Characters Who Deserve a Second Chance at a Franchise

Harriet the Spy
Previously Seen In: Harriet the Spy (1996), played by Michelle Trachtenberg
What Went Wrong: Louise Fitzhugh’s 1964 novel about a pint-sized spy is a childhood favorite — and it spawned three sequels, so a franchise is definitely possible — but the Nickelodeon-produced movie version sacrificed the book’s intelligence and darker undertones for too much forced kiddie humor. Rosie O’Donnell’s presence didn’t help matters.
How To Bring Her Back: Respect kids’ intelligence and entertain them with a good story rather than lots of wacky camera angles and broad comedy. And while young Michelle Trachtenberg was an acceptable Harriett, we’d prefer a more bookish heroine. Is there another Fanning sister we haven’t met yet?

Read more: Dredd: Other Characters Who Deserve a Second Chance at a Franchise