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It's that time of year again.

The Museum of TV and Radio has announced their lineup for the 2005 William S. Paley Television Festival, with event panels being organized for NYPD Blue, In Living Color, Adult Swim, Law & Order, Desperate Housewives, Jack & Bobby, The L Word, Lost, Veronica Mars, Boston Legal, Deadwood, and An Evening with Michael Palin.

LAist highly recommends buying tickets to an evening for one of your favorite shows, as it's both entertaining and educational -- giving audience members the opportunity to hear about the process of making "said favorite show" from the actors, writers, directors and producers.

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Tickets for members ($25 per event) of the MT&R go on sale February 5th, with general sales for non-members ($29 per event) going on sale at a future (ambiguously-announced) date. Which, in a nutshell, means if you wanna get into Lost or Desperate Housewives you'd either better pony up for a membership or like standing out in the cold.

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