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High Fives

The Associated Press

1. “Sunday Night Football (Dallas vs. Green Bay),” NBC

2. “House,” Fox

3. “60 Minutes,” CBS

4. “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kickoff,” NBC

5. “Fringe,” Fox

(From Nielsen Media Research)

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1. “Eagle Eye,” DreamWorks-Paramount

2. “Nights in Rodanthe,” Warner Bros.

3. “Lakeview Terrace,” Sony Screen Gems

4. “Fireproof,” Samuel Goldwyn

5. “Burn After Reading,” Focus

(From Media By Numbers LLC)

1. “So What,” Pink. LaFace/Zomba

2. “Whatever You Like,” T.I. Grand Hustle/Atlantic

3. “Disturbia,” Rihanna. SRP/Def Jam/IDJMG

4. “Paper Planes,” M.I.A. XL/Interscope

5. “Swagga Like Us,” Jay-Z & T.I. feat. Kanye West & Lil Wayne. Grand Hustle/Atlanticx

(From Billboard magazine)

1. “Death Magnetic,” Metallica. Warner Bros.

2. “Year of the Gentleman,” Ne-Yo. Def Jam/IDJMG

3. “Brass Knuckles,” Nelly. Derrty/Universal/UMRG

4. “Rock n Roll Jesus,” Kid Rock. Top Dog/Atlantic/AG (Platinum)

5. “Learn to Live,” Darius Rucker. Capitol Nashville

(From Billboard magazine)

1. Kenny Chesney

2. Coldplay

3. Neil Diamond

4. the Police

5. Dave Matthews Band

(From Pollstar)

1. “Bill Cosby’s Picture Pages,” Front Row Home Video

2. “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Special Edition),” Buena Vista Home Entertainment

3. “Yoga Conditioning for Athletes,” Gaiam Video

4. “Legs, Hips & Thighs of Steel,” Warner Home Video

5. “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” Warner Home Video

(From Billboard magazine)

1. “Baby Mama,” Universal Studios Home Video

2. “The Forbidden Kingdom,” Lionsgate Home Entertainment

3. “What Happens in Vegas,” 20th Century Fox

4. “Street Kings,” 20th Century Fox

5. “21,” Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

(From Billboard magazine)

1. “Baby Mama,” Universal Studios Home Video

2. “The Forbidden Kingdom,” Lionsgate Home Entertainment

3. “Barbie & the Diamond Castle,” Universal Studios Home Video

4. “Grey’s Anatomy: Season Four,” Buena Vista Home Entertainment

5. “Smallville: The Complete Seventh Season,” Warner Home Video

(From Billboard magazine)

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