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EDITOR’S NOTE: Dawn Wells, the “Gilligan’s Island” star who died this week as the result of COVID-19, appeared in “Chapter Two” at the Sioux City Municipal Auditorium in 1979. She appeared at the Okoboji Summer Theatre, too (she attended Stephens College), and returned years later for a summer stint.

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This stage version of a 2002 episode of the Emmy-winning series uses President Bartlet’s mastery of the game as an analogy to how he deals with a growing crisis with China. The special was previously exclusive to HBO Max, but is now free for nonsubscribers through the end of the year. (hbomax.com/votebecause)

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Actors and other public figures began vanishing from the TV screen (and elsewhere) in October as scores of allegations of sexual misconduct targeted one prominent man after another. Fox News Channel's fired Bill O'Reilly had led the way in April, but in the wake of Harvey Weinstein's disgrace, Kevin Spacey was removed from the final season of Netflix's "House of Cards." Louis C.K. lost a Netflix comedy special and other TV projects. Charlie Rose was removed from "CBS This Morning" and his own public television interview show was cancelled. Then, a week later, it was "Today" show host Matt Lauer who was fired.

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