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'''E! Entertainment Television''', or more simply referred to as [[E!]], is an American cable television and direct broadcast satellite network. The network has been wholly owned by Comcast since November 2006.
 
'''E! Entertainment Television''', or more simply referred to as [[E!]], is an American cable television and direct broadcast satellite network. The network has been wholly owned by Comcast since November 2006.
   
[[ALF (TV series)|Alf]] was the subject of an ''E! True Hollywood Story'' in [[To Love and Die in Dixie]].
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[[ALF]] was the subject of an ''E! True Hollywood Story'' in [[To Love and Die in Dixie]].
   
 
In [[The Courtship of Stewie's Father]], [[Cleveland Brown]] revealed he once worked for E!. A cutaway shows him working at an awards show, covering it for the network, calling over [[Penelope Cruz]], who he mistook for Seabiscuit. After Cruz clarifies she is not a horse, he feeds her a carrot.
 
In [[The Courtship of Stewie's Father]], [[Cleveland Brown]] revealed he once worked for E!. A cutaway shows him working at an awards show, covering it for the network, calling over [[Penelope Cruz]], who he mistook for Seabiscuit. After Cruz clarifies she is not a horse, he feeds her a carrot.

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E! Entertainment Television, or more simply referred to as E!, is an American cable television and direct broadcast satellite network. The network has been wholly owned by Comcast since November 2006.

ALF was the subject of an E! True Hollywood Story in To Love and Die in Dixie.

In The Courtship of Stewie's Father, Cleveland Brown revealed he once worked for E!. A cutaway shows him working at an awards show, covering it for the network, calling over Penelope Cruz, who he mistook for Seabiscuit. After Cruz clarifies she is not a horse, he feeds her a carrot.

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