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Mrs. Doubtfire 2

In Parts-Of-Your-Childhood-That-Refuse-To-Die news, it was announced this week that a "Mrs. Doubtfire" sequel is in the works. While Matthew Lawrence said he would actually be up for it, Mara Wilson — who you may remember as the star of "Matilda" as well as the youngest daughter in "Mrs. Doubtfire" — has already said she's NOT interested in being involved with the sequel. Most interestingly, Robin Williams will allegedly be involved (because what would a "Mrs. Doubtfire" film be without its main character?). It's hard to fathom how or what they'll do in the sequel, but maybe they'll take a page out of the "horror-film" version of the "Mrs. Doubtfire" trailer (see video above) and go that route.

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3 Doors Down Acoustic Tour Among Onsales This Week

Onsales This Week

Events onsale this week
Day(s)Event  
Fri-Mon 3 Doors Down Buy tickets
Thu NBA Playoffs: Oklahoma City Thunder Buy tickets
Thu NBA Playoffs: Indiana Pacers Home Buy tickets
Thu The Voice Tour Buy tickets
Thu Outside Lands Festival Buy tickets
Thu-Fri Marc Anthony Buy tickets
Fri Eric Church Buy tickets
Fri Rascal Flatts Buy tickets
Fri-Sat Crosby, Stills, and Nash Buy tickets
Sat NHL Playoffs: St. Louis Blues Home Buy tickets

Even with the upcoming holidays, there are still a bunch of events going on sale between now and Tuesday. In this case, however, some of the bigger onsales have shifted back a day to today. That is the case with Latin singer Marc Anthony, as well as the 28-date The Voice Tour, whose onsales began this morning. NBA Playoffs home game onsales for the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks began this morning as well.

All that covered, the highlight of the weekend is 3 Doors Down, which announced yesterday that it is adding 18 additional dates to its acoustic-heavy Songs From The Basement Tour. The outing, which begins on June 3 in Coquitlam, British Columbia, will run for 32 dates before ending on September 11 in Louisville, KY. The band has also scheduled appearances at a number of fairs and festivals throughout the summer, where it will plug back in. Most of the new dates go on sale this Friday, but one concert in Beaumont, TX, goes on sale Saturday, and one in Cincinatti, OH, goes on sale Tuesday.

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3 Television Comedies Worth Binge-Watching

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It's hard to think of a better television genre to unwind with than comedy. These are the kinds of shows that can make us laugh despite everything else that's going on in our lives... and man, do we appreciate that.

Although we're pretty anti-sitcom here (sorry, "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men"), there are plenty of other comedies we love — so much so, in fact, that it was hard to narrow down our choices for this post.

Here are our 3 picks for the best television comedies to binge-watch!

Parks and Recreation

Why Tim Loves It: "Parks and Recreation" is without question, the most underrated show on television. When I say underrated, I mean, it is inexplicable why the show has such low ratings (I'm looking at you, NBC, for your poor promotion). If you have never seen the show before, there is no better time than now.

For anyone just starting to watch, I will give this warning, the first season is... ok. You can see it getting better as the season progresses as each character grows. The show hits its stride in season two and never looks back. There is no show I have ever seen with so many great characters, including Ron Swanson, Leslie Knope, Ben Wyatt, Tom Haverford, Andy Dwyer (my favorite), Ann Perkins, and the list goes on and on. Even the small parts are amazingly memorable, including characters like Councilman Jamm and Jean-Ralphio. I realize if you have never seen the show before, these names are meaningless, but trust me, you will love them all.

Do yourself a favor join the pack of incredibly loyal and passionate fans of "Parks and Rec" and binge-watch this show the next chance you get.

Where to Watch it: Netflix

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Ed Sheeran Announces Late Summer 2014 North American Tour

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Ed Sheeran, the rising British singer-songwriter best known for his combination of pop, folk and hip hop soul, announced his second headlining North American tour yesterday. The run will span the last half of August and first half of September. This latest tour is supporting Sheeran's sophomore studio album, x (pronounced "multiply"), which is scheduled for release on June 23.

This new tour marks the first headlining arena tour for Sheeran. Last year Sheeran toured arenas as a supporting act for Taylor Swift's Red Tour.

See below for a selection of tour dates and visit the Ed Sheeran page for more information on tickets.

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Google Wallet promo last chance image

Feels like just yesterday when we announced customers who used the TicketNetwork.com mobile site and paid using Google Wallet would receive $25 off their order of $100 or more*.

Alas, that deal is winding to a close — but there's still time to take advantage of this deal... just 'cause we like you.

Maybe you want to use it to buy some Justin Timberlake tickets for your friend's birthday. Maybe you're already thinking about a Mother's Day deal for your mom. Or maybe you just want to go ahead and treat yourself to something really, really great. Whatever you want to do, we support you. We're here for you. And can we come, too? (Just kidding.)

For all the details about this promotion, feel free to check out the official Terms & Conditions. For more about Google Wallet, click here.

* Offer valid 3/17/2014 through 4/15/2015. $25 discount will be automatically applied to orders during checkout on the mobile website. Minimum $100 order, excluding service or delivery fees. Cannot be combined with any other discount code or offer. Full promotion terms can be found here.

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