Here Are This Week's Winners And Losers In Hollywood

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Let’s face it, this week was mostly about turkey.

“Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” made turkey moves.

Rihanna served up some leftovers.

And Ronan Farrow made us all look half-baked.

WINNER: The Muppets

The beloved creatures are back with a $50 million picture, and they've already taken in almost $30 million.

The show's house band, The Roots, played 'Lyin As* B*tch' by Fishbone as Michelle Bachmann took the stage -- and Fallon, The Roots and NBC paid for it all week long.

WINNER: The young comedians of Black Friday ads

You couldn't pay for better facetime than to score a national campaign for a huge chain's Black Friday sale.

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LOSER: Women in Hollywood

A new USC study reminds us that in a year where we're still high-fiving over 'Bridesmaids' and a gaggle of successful ladies' sitcoms, only 32 per cent of the speaking characters in movies are female.

WINNER: Ronan Farrow

The son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow was a special adviser to Hillary Clinton -- this week, he was named a Rhodes Scholar. What have you been up to?

The effort to continue the classic soaps on an Internet platform collapsed this week.

WINNER: Sarah Silverman

NBC announced that it will produce a pilot based on her pitch, about a woman re-adjusting to single life after a decade-long relationship.

LOSER: Rihanna

Her new album is same old -- and we're wondering how long she can rest on her (admittedly very sexy) laurels.

It remains #1 at the box office, and over 1 million people livestreamed the premiere.

LOSER: Jennifer Lopez, Mick Jagger and Will.i.am

Yeah, they got together and made the most boring song ever.

WINNER: Andy Cohen

Bravo will expand his late-night dish session into a full-on, five nights a week late night program.

LOSER: Ali Fedotowsky

Another 'Bachelorette' couple bites the dust.

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