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Posted at 3:28 PM ET, 01/ 4/2011

Monica Hesse and Dan Zak talk zombies, octogenarians, 2011 In/Out List, on "Today"

By The Reliable Source

On Monday our colleagues Monica Hesse and Dan Zak paid a quick visit to the "Today" to chat with Kathy Lee and Hoda about this year's edition of the "In & Out List." Among the subjects breached--why Natalie Portman is more frightening than "The Walking Dead," why Anne Meara is the sassiest octogenarian, and why the 4th hour of the "Today" show is more dream-like than "Inception." Check out the clip below.

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By The Reliable Source  | January 4, 2011; 3:28 PM ET
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"Among the subjects breached..."

I assume the columnists meant "broached," but the error really ought to have been caught before posting this item.

Posted by: AnotherHagman | January 5, 2011 9:56 AM | Report abuse

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