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Micro Oral Histories

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    ‘Splat!’: The Oral History of Sex and the City’s Most Shocking EpisodeThe episode where Lexi Featherston committed the ultimate party foul.
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    The Oral History of Six Feet Under’s Final SceneAlan Ball, Lauren Ambrose, Michael C. Hall, and others reminisce about one of TV’s best finishes.
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    Party of Five Season 1 Oral HistoryAs part of our look back at the 1994–95 season, the creators and cast members of the intense Fox drama discuss its debut.
  4. Parks and Recreation’s the Cones of Dunshire Board Game, an Oral HistoryAdam Scott and others tell the story behind Ben Wyatt’s obsessive homage to the board game The Settlers of Catan.
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    Kim vs. the Cougar: The Oral History of 24’s Most Infamous SceneVulture communes with Jack Bauer’s daughter as she has a mountain-lion moment and concludes our Micro Oral History Week, fittingly, with Happy Endings
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    ‘Omigod, That’s Crazy!’: The Oral History of MTV’s UndressedThe steamy late-night serial gave us Christina Hendricks and Adam Brody, but its writers also have a story to tell.
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    ‘And I Cannot Lie’: The Oral History of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s ‘Baby Got Back’ VideoThe 1992 video for the pro-posterior paean spawned controversy and many, many buttocks-centric visual puns. Here’s the true story of how it was made.
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    Oral History: 90210’s Donna Loses Her VirginityTori Spelling, Jason Priestley, and writer Larry Mollin explain why it took her seven seasons to give it up.
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    Suck and Blow: The Oral History of the Clueless Party SceneAlicia Silverstone, Amy Heckerling, Breckin Meyer, and others remember the “pretty random fiesta” with a Coolio track on the playlist.
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    ‘Uh-oh, Here Comes Trouble’: The Oral History of Anchorman’s Battle SceneWill Ferrell, Adam McKay, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, and others reflect on the iconic scene that “escalated quickly” and “really got out of hand, fast.”
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    The Trio: The Oral History Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Nerd VillainsThis is the origin story of Jonathan, Warren, and Andrew, as told by Buffy actors and writers.