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AOTS Tuesday, September 07

Posted September 7, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
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Motorola's Android phone is back with a new and improved look with the Droid 2, featuring a refined design, improved keyboard, 1 GHz processor and more. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip review the Droid 2 which sells for $100 plus a contract.
After criticism over 'Medal of Honor' allowing gamers to play as a member of the Taliban, GameStop and the US Military have pulled the game from store shelves in protest for American soldiers. Kevin Pereira and Adam Sessler discuss the issue of banning video games over controversial content.
Blair Herter brings a fresh and easy news feeding of Tuesday headlines, with stories on Craigslist removing their adult section, the launch of Google TV, and more.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
The infamous female assassin is back in town, and we sent Candace Bailey to check it out. She visits star Maggie Q on the set of 'Nikita,' a new television show on the CW that follows a rogue agent working to bring down her former secret government agency.
Film expert Chris Gore stops by to talk to Alison Haislip about this week's DVD reviews, like the comedy 'MacGruber' and the first season of 'The Twilight Zone' on Blu-ray, plus a rapid fire review of other top television home releases.
It's hard not to laugh when school yard acrobats plummet to the earth, camels get tickled mercilessly, and old ladies totally humiliate would-be robbers. In fact, we believe it's impossible, which is why we've filled today's ATN with exactly those things. It's a chucklefest, folks!

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