Cloud eggs: It's not just Instagrammers who find them pretty. Chefs of the 17th century whipped them up, too. Then, as now, they were meant to impress. Maria Godoy/NPR hide caption

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Cloud Eggs: The Latest Instagram Food Fad Is Actually Centuries Old

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hosted the season finale for Saturday Night Live. Johnson, who has been publicly toying with the idea of running for president, recruited Tom Hanks to be his vice president. YouTube hide caption

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Male Rompers: Could This Garment Be The Worst Idea Ever?

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A Salute To 30 Years Of 'The Simpsons'

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In Homecoming King, Minhaj talks about growing up caught between cultures. Netflix hide caption

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Comic Hasan Minhaj On Roasting Trump And Growing Up A 'Third Culture Kid'

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Actor Daniel Dae Kim attends a cocktail party celebrating dynamic and diverse nominees for the 67th Emmy Awards hosted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and SAG-AFTRA at Montage Beverly Hills on Aug. 27, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Conan O'Brien in 2016. He is being sued by a writer who accuses him of stealing jokes. O'Brien says the idea of stealing someone else's comedy makes him physically ill. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images hide caption

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'Fargo' Is A Series About The 'Things People Do For Money'

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Melissa McCarthy as "Spicey" hides in the bushes from reporters during a White House briefing, led by Aidy Bryant's impersonation of Spicer's real-life stand-in last week, Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Saturday Night Live via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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House Financial Services Committee Ranking Member Maxine Waters listens as Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling speaks on Capitol Hill on May 2, 2017, during the committee's hearing on overhauling the nation's financial rules. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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'Auntie' Maxine Waters Is The Political Crush Of The Moment For Young Progressives

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Jeffrey Tambor poses for a portrait during the 2016 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton on Aug. 7, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Rich Fury/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Are You Anybody?' Jeffrey Tambor Chronicles A Lifetime In Acting

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Hank Azaria as sportscaster Jim Brockmire — a character he says has been in his head for decades. Erika Doss/IFC hide caption

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Hank Azaria Says 'Brockmire' Has Been With Him For Years

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"I can't imagine there's ever been a more feminist television show," says I Love Dick creator Jill Soloway. Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Seeks To Upend Television With 'I Love Dick'

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