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Rebel Wilson Finds Love on National Geographic’s Brain Games – E! Online

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Commuters win an award for the first time in Sportsfest – The Miami Hurricane

For the first time in the history of the Sportsfest tradition, commuter students brought home the Spirit Award.

The spirited competition involves residential and commuter participating in a weekend of sports contests that range from flag football to brain games. Sportsfest brought more than 1,000 students who participated in 15 sports during the Feb. 6-9 weekend.

The commuter team, Uber Strong, was divided into one female team and two male teams led by team captains Mallory Blum for the women, and Miguel Silveira and Gus Tovar, both members of the Association of the Commuter Students.

Commuter student team captains Miguel Silveira, Mallory Blum and Gus Tovar receive the Spirit Award recognition at the 35th Sportsfest contest on Feb.9. Photo credit: Massiel Leyva

The commuters competed against teams from the residential colleges Eaton, Hecht, Mahoney, Stanford, Pearson, and the University Village.

Stanford Residential College was the winner of the first place of the entire Sportsfest, followed by Pearson Residential College and the Mahoney Residential College in third.

Winning the Spirit Award means that your team is being recognized for the fact that you had the most fun and thats awesome, said Stephanie Fleitas, assistant director of the Department of Orientation and Commuter Student Involvement. It was the first time that we have ever won something.

Fleitas, who graduated in 2012 from the University of Miami, said the planning for Sportsfest begins in the fall. The planning committee comprises representatives from Housing and Residential Life, the Wellness & Recreation Center and the commuter student body.

I think Sportsfest from its inception was created to be a community building program, Fleitas said. We push so much for commuter students to get involved because it is a fun way to meet people.

Estefania Caputo, sophomore international studies major and a vice president of UMs Association of Commuter Students, agrees.

Commuters are a huge factor of the UM community and we have to make our presence known, Caputo said.

Erick Martin, a freshman health sciences major, was an active participant in Sportsfest from the commuter team. He participated in volleyball, soccer, knock-out, basketball and Jenga.

It was a fun atmosphere; all our friends were there cheering our teams, Martin said.

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Mafia: Chapter 1 Movie Review: The way the film ends makes us eagerly wait for the next chapter – Times of India

Mafia: Chapter 1 Movie Synopsis: An intelligent narcotics officer hunts down a dreaded kingpin of a drug cartel. But little did he know that it was just the tip of the iceberg

Mafia: Chapter 1 Movie Review: Mafia begins with an unexpected shoot out that takes place at a posh hotel on a Saturday night. We are then taken back to Wednesday a small narcotics operation happens headed by Aryan (Arun Vijay), after which a couple of drug users are nabbed. The sudden death of Aryans superior officer and activist Mugilan (Thalaivasal Vijay), who were behind a leading drug cartel, leads to further enquiry. Once Aryan finds that it is businessman Diwakar (Prasanna) who rules the drug mafia, an interesting cat-and-mouse game begins. The tiff between protagonist and the antagonist is aided by decent fist fights, gun fights and brain games. When Aryan takes on the mighty Diwakar, we feel that hunting down the latter is close to impossible. But when Aryan almost does it, he understands that Diwakar is just one among the many venomous snakes in the den.

Karthick Naren establishes the narcotics backdrop required for the story from the word go. There is certain slickness to the narration and the proceedings though things move at a slow pace. Arun Vijay aces the role of a smart and brainy narcotics officer, thanks to his convincing body language and Priya Bhavani Shankar, as his assistant, fits the bill. Prasanna, as the menacing villain, who heads the dreaded drug empire, oozes the essential swag in the scenes he appears. Barath Reddy and other artistes, too, are apt in their roles, though more detailing on them could have made it even better. Jakes Bijoys music and Gokul Benoy help the narration maintain the mood throughout.

As the title says, this is the first chapter of Mafia, and the way the film ends makes us eagerly wait for the next chapter, thanks to the fabulous twist in the climax, which is one reason why the latter half comes across as quite engaging. The former half doesnt offer much surprises and takes some time to elaborate the characters and set up. The presentation and narration, at times, remind you of web series format as you feel certain cinematic elements seem to be missing. The number of slow motion shots and spoon-feeding in some scenes could have been avoided. Mafia would appeal to fans of action movies, especially those which have stylish narcotics backdrop. All said and done, heres waiting for Mafia: Chapter 2.

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southeastern Connecticut News, Sports, Business, Entertainment and Video – theday.com

Keegan-Michael Key is transitioning out of over-the-top comedies to focus more on dramatic films, and for him, its no laughing matter.

We've been moving in a little bit of a new direction, where it's a Keegan with a little more gravitas and a Keegan that still does humor, but it's not as slap-sticky or goofy, said the former Key & Peele" star. Keegan that's trying to have a career that's a bit more nuanced or maybe a little more dangerous or a little more scary. So I can flex those old muscles.

His acting physique was first worked out at the University of Detroit Mercy, where he earned a bachelor's in 1993 followed by a master's at the University of Pennsylvania State in 1996. He describes his comedic career as a detour from his original path, but now hes back on the road again.

I had a little bit of anxiety when I did a production of 'Hamlet' with Oscar Isaac off Broadway a couple of years ago here (in New York City). And there was a little bit of trepidation to begin with. And then it was like riding a bike it was like being back in drama school, said the Emmy winner. So it's full steam ahead in this new direction.

During the past few years, hes worked himself back into drama shape, culminating in a huge 2019: he starred in the hit Netflix series Friends from College, provided extensive voice-over work for huge animated and live action films such as Toy Story 4 (playing Ducky alongside his "Key & Peele" partner, Jordan Peele, as Bunny) and The Lion King (as Kamari the hyena). But his standout moment was for his role as Jerry in 2019s acclaimed Dolemite in my Name starring Eddie Murphy.

Getting to work with Eddie Murphy has been one of the greatest one experiences of my career, because it's very surreal to have an opportunity to work with a hero to work with a person who got you into the business. And what you do is you find yourself on set going like, OK, is today the day that I'm going to tell Eddie that he changed my life? he said with a smile. What do you tell a person other than you inspired me to do what I do? You could just as easily say you inspired me to be here today with you. My career took this path, and now I'm here with you.

Although Key is focused more on serious roles, hes still making folks laugh on NatGeos rebooted Brain Games. Its a fun show that explores how the human brain processes and interprets information through challenges and games in front of a live audience. Celebrity guests such as Tiffany Haddish and married couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard join him throughout the season, along with cameos from stars such as his former TV partner Peele and legend Tom Hanks.

I am a self-proclaimed blerd, as in black nerd, says Key. I am one of those guys who sits around and reads books on neurobiology, something that I just find fascinating. I am legitimately fascinated by how the brain works and why we do the things we do, and also things that we do that we don't know we're doing on a subconscious level fascinating to me, and I can't get enough of it.

But he cautions viewers not to worry although theyll be learning, theyll definitely be laughing as well.

Its another one of these things where it's like the eternal task of trying to make science funwe did it. We did it on Brain Games, he laughed. Entertained is one thing (but) I also want to make sure that people understand that they'll be fascinated. And I think that's an aspect of entertainment and being entertained.

In the meantime, as Key forges ahead to pursue more dramatic roles, hes refusing to limit himself.

Let's do action. I want to be the next Jason Bourne. I'll be a villain in a Bond movie I'd be more than happy to. And as I'm getting to explore other parts of my life and do new things, I'm ready for it. I'm ready for the challenge, said an excited Key. I just finished making a musical I sing and dance in a musical. So why not this? Why not an action movie or three action movies or 10 action movies or a franchise? You know, got to dream big. Gotta dream big.

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Science showcased as sport in annual tournament | Local News – Goshen News

On one end of campus, middle school students Max Hood and Tavien Gust faced the moment of truth for the physics of their model glider. On the other end, high school students Ky Duong stood outside a classroom lab, readying to solve a crime through chemistry.

2020 Division C team results

1. John Adams High School Red

2. Lake Central High School Blue

3. Lake Central High School White

4. Northridge High School Green

5. LaLumiere School Blue

6. John Adams High School Blue

7. Manchester Jr./Sr. High School

8. Columbia City High School

9. Northridge High School Gold

10. LaLumiere School White

11. Mishawaka High School

12. Bethany Christian High School

Results posted online by Goshen College

The youths were among more than 200 students from 12 local and regional schools competing in the brain games of the 2020 Science Olympiad regional tournament at Goshen College Saturday.

Teams put their skills to the test in a variety of disciplines. Several events went hands-on, challenging teams to develop contraptions and put them to work. Others were more cerebral, testing students and their skills in quiet environments.

Physics took center stage at the colleges Recreation-Fitness Center. One event called for sling-shooting model planes with an elastic band to see how long they could glide in the air.

Hood and Tavien, sixth-graders at Northridge Middle School in Middlebury, partnered in that event.

The two worked with kits since the beginning of the school year to build their glider in preparation for the tournament.

Weve been spending a while making it, Hood said.

The work culminated as the two went before a table of judges. Hood, striking an archer-like pose, pulled the glider back with one hand and held a small rod to stretch the elastic with his other hand. With a 3-2-1 countdown, he let the model fly over a couple tries. Each time, the glider circled above Hood and Gust a few moments before landing on the floor.

Hood said the model was judged on height and performance.

Like, how high up it went, how it was spinning around, he said.

Hood also self-critiqued the flights, speculating the glider was either too heavy in the front or the back for why it didnt remain aloft longer.

2020 Division B team results

1. Manchester Jr./Sr. High School

2. Northridge Middle School Green

3. The Stanley Clark School Red

4. LaSalle Intermediate Academy Red

5. Northridge Middle School Gold

6. The Stanley Clark School White

7. Bethany Christian Middle School

8. Goshen Middle School

9. LaSalle Intermediate Academy Black

10. Northview Middle School

Results posted online by Goshen College

Thats why it wasnt truly gliding forwards and backwards, really, he said.

Jerry Glass, Northridges coach at the olympiad, elaborated this event was a test of balance and proportions in assembling their small gliders to fly with the least amount of weight on them. And then they have to gauge the best angle at which to launch them.

Tavien Gust, left, watches as teammate, Max Hood launches a model glider with an elastic band in the Recreation-Fitness Center at Goshen College. The sixth-graders from Northridge Middle School competed as part of the 2020 Science Olympiad regional tournament Saturday.

What the kids have to do is they have to learn basically how to build it, how to use clay, glue, everything to get the glider into balance. And once they have it in balance, they have to learn how to launch it, Glass said, adding some of these kits are built with miniscule amounts of glue. So when you look at these things, sometimes you look at it and you go, God, dont let the wing fall off.

Holding their glider taut brings months of hard work down to a single moment for each student. Once the models airborne, Glass said their expression gives away how the youths feel about the flights.

You know when theyve had a good run, and you know when things have kind of gone wrong, said the longtime coach.

Other events in the gym included launching small bottle rockets topped with a ping pong ball that would float to the floor in a makeshift parachute; releasing model vehicles down a ramp to speed them across the floor; powering vehicles with the energy from a mousetrap; and floating gliders with a propeller wound by an elastic band.

Across the Goshen College campus, the olympiad presented more events in fields including circuitry, fossils, anatomy, DNA, meteorology, building musical instruments and detective work.

CSI SLEUTH

Ky Duong, a 10th-grader at John Adams High School, stands before a case of materials in preparation for forensics testing as part of the 2020 Science Olympiad regional tournament Saturday. Duong was among the students who competed in that event at the science building on the Goshen College campus.

Ky Duong, a sophomore at John Adams High School in South Bend, pursued a mystery by participating in the forensics test.

At the science building, Duong waited with cases of equipment for the classroom lab to open at noon. The test called for using information provided about a crime and identifying a suspect primarily through chemistry. That included testing items like powders, plastics, hairs and fibers.

You basically take evidence from a crime scene and try to figure out who the culprit is, Duong said.

Participating for the first year in the forensics event, Duong bided time outside the lab preparing mentally to tackle the challenge with confidence.

If youre panicking throughout the whole entire thing, youre not going to get anything done, Duong said. You have to actually have to stay concentrated. Make sure you know exactly what youre identifying, like, what you think this is, and make sure youre confident in your answers.

The Science Olympiad scored teams along middle school and high school levels with middle schools in Division B and high schools in Division C.

High school students hustle across the Goshen College campus to reach event sites as they compete in the 2020 Science Olympiad regional tournament Saturday.

Results from the tournament ranked performances by team name without listing student names as well students participated in multiple events. So, in the elastic-launched glider event in Division B, Northridges green team ranked fourth, while the gold team ranked sixth. And in Division C, John Adams red team ranked second in forensics, while the blue team ranked fourth.

John Adams ranked first overall in Division C. Manchester Jr./Sr. High School ranked first overall in Division B.

Four high school teams and five middle school teams from Saturdays regional tournament will advance to the state tournament. The 2020 Indiana State Tournament is scheduled to be held March 21 at Purdue University in West Lafayette, the events website shows.

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New Reading Museum Exhibit Explores Science, Illusions, and Brain Games – Berks Weekly

The Reading Public Museum is exploding with challenging experiences that propel visitors of all ages down paths of mystifying illusions and mind-boggling puzzles in the new exhibition, Mazes & Brain Games.

Mazes & Brain Games winds its way over 5,000 square feet with dozens of puzzling experiences that inspire exploration and ingenuity. Each maze is a dynamic environment where visitors discover new methods of problem-solving through improvisation, trial and error, observation and testing, and logic and reasoning.

The exhibition is created by Minotaur Mazes and is a dynamic and engaging experience for guests of all ages. The show is brought to The Museum through the sponsorship of Highmark Blue Shield and Penn State Health.

This is a terrific exhibition to start off our new partnership with the Reading Museum. Mazes & Brain Games is designed to teach children important information about the brain and its function and its done in an engagingand funway, said John Morahan, president of Penn State Health St. Joseph.

This is a great start to our collaborating with the Museum and another positive example how we impact culture and education in the community and the region, said Kathy McKenzie, vice president of Community Affairs for Highmark Blue Shield.

Highlights Include:

Master the many tricks around each corner and find out why illusions help us learn how our brain works Bridges and pathways create an intricate network of confusion! Piece together the solution that will set you on the right path in the Mathmatica Maze Get entangled and untangled in the Web Maze Learn about the history of mazes and the first ever recorded maze, the Egyptian Labyrinth

Mazes & Brain Games is open January 18th through May 3rd. Museum admission: $10 Adults 18-64 years of age. $6 for Seniors 65+ years of age, Children 4-17 years of age, and College Students with ID. Free for Children 3 years of age and under.

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Test Your Kid’s Vocabulary By Playing These Mind Games – The Seeker

Especially as a second language, not all kids find it easy to learn English. English might be one of the easiest languages to learn, but still, there are so many rules to grasp before one can fully be able to write and speak fluently. Additionally, there are thousands of rare words that are not necessarily used in everyday communication, yet theyre equally important when learning English. For your kids vocabulary to expand, they need to get exposed to such words. But what they learn at school may not be enough, especially considering that English may not be the only subject of study. Additionally, books can be a bit boring and when it comes to this, there are various ways you can help your kid to improve their vocabulary. One of these ways is putting their word-strength to the test using fun yet mind-boggling games.

As a matter of fact, some of these games can even be played by adults or by parents with their kids and theyll still find it fun.

Ranging from board games to mobile apps and online games, here are some mind games you can use to test your kids vocabulary.

Scrabble is by far one of the most popular board games, both kids and adults can use to test their vocabulary and improve their word strength. Whether youre winning or losing, theres always an opportunity to learn a new English word or several before the end of the game. Depending on your kids age, theres a wide range of scrabble game options to choose from by complexity, including junior scrabble. It may not be easy for them at first, but theyll learn to play within not so long. The best thing is that you can always let your kid use letter unscrambler cheats whenever they get stuck. This way, they wont feel oppressed that youre winning every chance you get. With time, theyll be able to improve their vocabulary in a fun way while also enjoying the many other benefits of scrabble, such as memory boost, improved attention span, happiness, and much more. This way, it wont be long till your kid cant get enough of scrabble, and learning English will become a walk in the park for him or her.

This is another common word game whose objective is similar to scrabbles. Instead of a board, however, Words with Friends is available as an app that can be downloaded and installed on a smart device. They get to play against opponents, building words in a crossword puzzle fashion. The best thing about it is the convenience it provides; your kid can even play it while on the go. Its another fun way of improving your kids spelling and English vocabulary. However, youll want to monitor how much time they spend on their screens because too much screen time for kids can be detrimental to their health and wellness

This is another simple yet fun vocabulary-boosting brain game app you can introduce your kids to. The game involves words that pop up on the display screen and the players job is to determine if the word is correct or incorrect. If a word is correct, you press the right button, and the left button if the word is incorrect. Your final score will depend on how many words you manage to get right as either correct or incorrect. The very first few words are quite easy, but complexity increases as you progress in the game. It can be a great game for improving vocabulary and grammar, especially for kids in the medium grades.

Could your kid be struggling with spelling? Well, the only way to know is to put them to the test with this Scrabble-like brain game that lets them create words using letter tiles in a banana. The best part is that it allows the player to rearrange the tiles to create new words, and its much simpler compared to scrabble. It doesnt actually require the board.

7 Little Words is an app game where the players mission is to match word groups to create meaning. The major upside about this game is that the player is given hints to guide them. At the end of the day, it will help advance your kids spelling skills as well as improve their grammar and vocabulary.

This is a common game that weve seen on TVs and other places. Some of us have even played it a couple of times. The game comes as an app that you can download free on Android and Apple smart devices. It may not be as effective as the previously discussed games, but Wheel of Fortune: Free play will definitely be a fun way of letting your kid play with letters and enhance their word-strength.

There you have it! Testing and improving your kids English prowess can easily be done using some of todays many brain games. The list of such games are endless, but the above are just a few you can try out in the meantime.

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Brain Games That Helps A Child Improve Vocabulary – Love Belfast

Do you find it hard to get your child to practice and learn necessary life skills? Fortunately for you, you are not alone as many parents who want the best for their kids struggle to accomplish this.

In a world dominated by Fortnight and other video games, learning has taken a backseat to fast action and games. Many parents are worried that as a result of this, their child will not have the skills necessary to succeed in school and have a career. Thankfully, there is a solution to all of this. The best way to help children learn is to trick them into learning through games. Any topic can be learned through games, but for now we will focus on vocabulary. There is a plethora of games, both electronic and physical to help your child improve their vocabulary. Not only will you be able to spend some quality time with them, but they will also be learning.

Here are a few brain games that you can use to help build a childs vocabulary.

Scrabble has been around for decades as the go to vocabulary game for many. A game that involves taking a random set of tiles you receive, unscrambling them to create a word, then placing the word on the board to get points. The longer your word is, the more points you will receive so it encourages words that are longer than three letters. This also creates a good competitive environment that everyone can enjoy. The key to success in Scrabble is being able to unscramble words and form new larger ones. For your child, if they are struggling at doing this, you can start by having them work with a word unscrambler. This will help them learn new words while at the same time prevent them from becoming too frustrated with the game. Remember, that children will only play these games if they find them fun, therefore as they first learn these games, you must eliminate any frustrations they will have to keep them coming back. If a standard board game version of Scrabble isnt their thing, they can also get Words with Friends, which is the mobile version of Scrabble. Here they will play Scrabble online with their friends without the worries of setting up and cleaning up the game. Regardless of age, Scrabble is a game that will dramatically improve a childs vocabulary.

While Scrabble works on taking a series of letters and arranging them in a way that you can place on the board, anagram games work by not changing that group of letters. In Scrabble, once you have placed those letters they are gone for good and you must grab new ones. Anagram games like a word twist style of the game will give you a series of letters and from there you must rearrange them into as many words as you can possibly think of. Once again, you can hold competitions within your group of family or friends to see who can form the most amount of words out of the given letters. This game only needs a pencil and paper to play as well, minimizing game setup. If your child finds that even that is too much, once again, there are plenty of mobile games centered around this premise that can keep children playing and adding new words to their vocabulary.

Certain games require you to write what you think the definition of a strange word is. You write down your best guess, and then you compare it with what everyone else puts. From there, you can award points to whoever was closest to the real definition of the word. This is a great vocabulary building game for a child because not only do they learn to make smart guesses based on how a word looks, but then they are also given the definition of the word right after and are able to understand and use the word in a sentence. Its a game that can be filled with plenty of laughs, but also will get serious when the time comes to it. Help your child build their vocabulary with a dictionary style game.

The best way to build a childs vocabulary is to let them explore through fun methods. Children are much less likely to remember the details in things they did not like doing. That is why it is important to incorporate brain games into your childs life if you wish to improve their vocabulary. Scrabble is always a favorite, while anagram and dictionary style games can be a blast as well. Help your child learn words and sit back and watch the benefits.

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Marsai Martin and Anthony Anderson’s on ‘Brain Games’ (Exclusive Video) – TheWrap

Could you guess the name of someones childhood pet just by asking them a few questions about colors and numbers?

Black-ish co-stars Anthony Anderson and Marsai Martin found out during Mondays episode of National Geographics Brain Games hosted by Keegan Michael Key and the mind-reading exercise left Anderson utterly mystified.

Watch the exclusive clip from tonights episode obtained by TheWrap above.

Using only a series of simple questions secretly whispered into her ear by the world-renowned Israeli mentalist Lior Suchard, Martin was able to correctly guess the name of the first dog Anderson had as a child.

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You a witch! Anderson says to Martin in disbelief, thinking that shed guessed the dogs name all on her own. We aint friends no more. How did you do that?

Just based on Andersons favorite color (red), a randomly picked number (seven), a stick-figure drawing of the dog, another randomly chosen color (green), and the knowledge that the dog had died years ago, Suchard was able to deduce that Andersons beloved late poochs name was Champ.

Its very difficult to read minds, so she needed a little bit of help from me, Suchard said after Key revealed that he was the man behind the curtain all along.

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Throughout the rest of the episode, Martin and Anderson will face off in other challenges along with Key involving language, reflexes and reaction times, risk-taking and even mind control in order to explore to differences between kids and adults brains. At the end, they face off in the Gauntlets mental obstacle course. Field correspondent Cara Santa Maria will also use neuroscience to explain why either teens or adults perform better when using reversed controls to drive a go-cart.

Mondays episode of Brain Games airs at 9/8c on Nat Geo.

Winter is here and with it, naturally, comes the Winter TV season. In honor of the return of the colder months and their small-screen offerings, TheWrap has rounded up the premiere dates for not just the new and returning shows on Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS and The CW, but also the ones for the eagerly anticipated series hitting cable channels and streaming services this winter. Click through our gallery to find out when your favorite shows will be back and when your possible new favorites will debut.

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Series: "Dracula" Net: Netflix Premiere Date: Saturday, Jan. 4 Time: N/A

Series: "Say Yes to the Dress: America" Net: TLC Premiere Date: Saturday, Jan. 4 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Sister Wives" Net: TLC Premiere Date: Sunday, Jan. 5 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Naked and Afraid: Alone" Net: Discovery Channel Premiere Date: Sunday, Jan. 5 Time: 10 p.m.

Series: "America's Got Talent: The Champions" Net: NBC Premiere Date: Monday, Jan. 6 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "The Bachelor" Net: ABC Premiere Date: Monday, Jan. 6 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Love & Hip Hop: Miami" Net: VH1 Premiere Date: Monday, Jan. 6 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "Manifest" Net: NBC Premiere Date: Monday, Jan. 6 Time: 10 p.m.

Series: "Ellen's Game of Games" Net: NBC Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Jeopardy: The Greatest of All Time" Net: ABC Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild N' Out" Net: VH1 Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back" Net: Fox Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "The Haves and the Have Nots" Net: OWN Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "Schitt's Creek" Net: Pop TV Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "Vanderpump Rules" Net: Bravo Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "FBI: Most Wanted" Net: CBS Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 10 p.m.

Series: "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" Net: NBC Premiere Date: Tuesday, Jan. 7 Time: 10 p.m.

Series: "Cheer" Net: Netflix Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: N/A

Series: "Undercover Boss" Net: CBS Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Catfish: The TV Show" Net: MTV Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "Criminal Minds" Net: CBS Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "America's Top Dog" Net: A&E Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "Party of Five" Net: Freeform Premiere Date: Wednesday, Jan. 8 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "Medical Police" Net: Netflix Premiere Date: Friday, Jan. 10 Time: N/A

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Series: "Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector" Net: NBC Premiere Date: Friday, Jan. 10 Time: 8 p.m.

Series: "The Outsider" Net: HBO Premiere Date: Sunday, Jan. 12 Time: 9 p.m.

Series: "The New Pope" Net: HBO Premiere Date: Monday, Jan. 13 Time: 9 p.m.

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After eye corrections and hair tips, their rivalry as Tottenham’s host Man City opens a new chapter – gotech daily

The latest episode of one of the biggest football management rivalries continues on Sunday as Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola face off again.

Mourinhos Tottenham maintains Guardiolas Manchester City in the weekends outstanding Premier League game.

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It may not be as pleasant on Sunday between Guardiola and Mourinho. Its the last game in Englands top game before the winter break and promises to be a pleasure as the city tries its best to keep up with Liverpool as Spurs rebuilds and fights for a spot in Liverpools top four.

Both were able to significantly improve their respective chances and spark a passionate feud that was almost a decade old.

The pair have competed against each other 22 times, many of which are El Clasicos, arguably the greatest game in world football.

And before Showdown # 23, talkSPORT.com gave a look back at some of the biggest clashes between Mourinho and Guardiola over the years.

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The rivalry between Mourinho and Guardiola reached its peak when the Portuguese took on Real Madrid and Guardiola near Barcelona.

Inter Milan, led by Mourinho between 2008 and 2010, competed against the reigning European champions Barcelona in the 2009/10 Champions League semi-finals.

Defending champion Barca was a hot favorite to win when they decorated their place with the incredible football brand Tiki Taka, but it didnt work out that way.

The Italian team won the first leg 3-1 in San Siro and had to avoid losing with more than one goal at Nou Camp. Not surprisingly, they defended with all their might in the second leg.

It was frustrating for the Catalan club, but when inter-midfielder Thiago Motta was knocked out in the second half, they apparently made a breakthrough.

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Mourinho doesnt celebrate reluctantly

There was even a point in the match where Mourinho Guardiola whispered something in the technical area, while ex-Barca striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave an encouraging lecture. Guardiola and Ibrahimovic were famous at the time for their inconsistencies, so it was a masterpiece of Mourinhos brain games.

It was also a tactical feat as Barca only won 1-0 that night, which meant that Inter reached the final and Mourinho ran across the field to celebrate with the traveling fans. It infuriated the Barca fans and probably Guardiola too.

However, it was more difficult days against the Guardiola teams before us

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Mourinhos next visit to the Nou Camp was at Real Madrid seven months later after winning the Champions League with Inter. Guardiola taught him a soccer lesson. Barca won 5-0.

That hurt Mourinho and when there were four El Clasicos within 18 days, there was always fireworks.

For the first time, Real prevailed 1-0 against Barca in the Copa del Rey final. Mourinho and Guardiola disagreed about a goal from Pedro that was missed offside.

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It was Real Madrid who scored the first goal against Barca

They then met in the LaLiga and it was a story of two penalties when Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo played a 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu.

Days later they were back in the Bernabeu for the first leg of their Champions League semi-final and Barca won 2-0. The game was predictably hostile because Pepe was dismissed while Mourinho was later sent onto the stands.

The return leg was not quite as hot with 1: 1, which meant that Barca made it to the final and that this time Mourinho would not run a race on the field.

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Barcelona won the Champions League in 2011

Neither Mourinho nor Guardiola are known to have physical punches. However, what Mourinho did in the second leg of the Supercopa de Espana 2011 has exceeded the mark.

Marcelo was sent off because of a scissor attack on Cesc Fabregas and triggered a close combat on the field and in the technical area.

In this dramatic turn, Mourinho went to Guardiolas assistant at the time, Tito Vilanova, and pulled out his eye. Mourinho was suspended for two games, while Vilanova received a one-time suspension for his role in the incident.

Barcelona won the trophy with a 5: 4 overall win and definitely had the last laugh.

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Mourinho and Vilanova would catch up with their eyes after the incident

Guardiola announced that he would leave Barcelona at the end of the 2011/12 season, citing fatigue as the reason for his departure.

Of course, many praised him for the fantastic job he had done at Nou Camp after winning 14 trophies in just three years.

However, Mourinho didnt see it that way, claiming that he couldnt believe Guardiola was too tired and needed a sabbatical.

He said: It is his life, but it is unthinkable for me to take a sabbatical. He is younger than me, but I am not tired. Mourinho left Madrid a year later and met Guardiola again shortly after both new jobs had started.

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Mourinho said he was shocked by Guardiolas reasons for leaving Barcelona

Guardiolas first chance to win a cup at the new Bayern Munich would compete against his old opponent, who returned to Chelsea.

European champions Bayern were strong favorites, but it looked like Mourinho had scored another number against him until a last minute equalizer in Javi Martinezs extra time brought the game to a penalty shootout. The German club won the shootout.

Ramires was knocked out earlier in the game and Mourinho was in no mood to congratulate Guardiola on winning, and also uttered a phrase that he has used more than once.

He said: Every time I play Pep, I have ten men. It has to be some kind of UEFA rule. The best team has clearly lost. You just took a penalty.

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It often gets personal when there is a big rivalry and Mourinho has suffered a low after a UEFA Elite Club coaching forum.

The two fought over the length of the grass on a soccer field.

They exchanged points through the media before Mourinho Guardiola ridiculed his bald head!

Mourinho said, If you enjoy what you do, you dont lose your hair and Guardiola is bald. He doesnt like soccer.

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Like many men, Guardiola, unlike Mr. Mourinho, suffered from baldness

It would only be a matter of time before the best opponents face off in the Premier League and there is a duel between Mourinhos Manchester United and Guardiolas Man City at the beginning of the 2016/17 season.

Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Kelechi Iheanacho made Man City 2-0 at Old Trafford. Zlatan Ibrahimovic withdrew, but it was Guardiola and Man City who prevailed.

In terms of rivalry between managers, the match was relatively accident-free. Would this mean the end of Mourinho and Guardiolas longstanding feud?

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The two even joked in England

The bad blood would of course go on after that.

Man City won the following season with the same number of points that almost ended the title race, but this match will always be remembered for what happened afterwards.

There was a lot of turmoil between the two players in the Old Trafford tunnel, and although Mourinho and Guardiola werent involved in the fighting themselves, it was probably a result of their longstanding conflict.

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The fiery scenes continued after the match

Man Citys incredible 2017/18 season was all captured in the film and published in the documentary All or Nothing on Amazon Prime.

Mourinho was very critical of the way the documentary portrayed him and Man United and how Man City behaved in the making of the film.

He said: You can have a fantastic film while respecting others.

You dont have to be disrespectful to have a fantastic movie. You can be a rich club and buy the best players in the world, but you cant buy a class and they clearly showed that, it was really obvious.

Guardiola replied, Jose is right, you cant buy classes. However, it is not clear whether this comment should be taken at face value.

Mourinho and Guardiola no longer compete against each other since November 2018, and now Tottenham is the newest team to be brought into the rivalry.

Well know on Sunday whether this absence made her heart beat faster or only aggravated the rivalry between the management titans.

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