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From politicians to doctors, the co-creator of Spin City starts up his newest sitcom, Scrubs, under the spotlight of Thursday prime time.
Al Gough and Miles Miller have written some super shows and movies. Now they expand their talents to their own TV series, Smallville.
Even after suceeding with old favorites such as Magnum P.I. and Quantum Leap, this writer and producer is flying to new heights with JAG.
A short story about a mother''s revenge wins grand prize in the 2003 Writer''s Digest Annual Writing Competition.
J.K. Mason's short story about life, death and e-mail takes this year's top prize.