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As one of those snobs who crows that life is better without a TV, Hulu gives me a back door into all the content I’m too shy to own up to loving. While yet in its beta phase, Hulu provides free, streaming programming that runs the gamut of all your favorites, from past to present. Savvy surfers can catch up on the latest episodes of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” “Family Guy,” “The Office,” and “30 Rock,” as well as a wide variety of classics, such as “Welcome Back Kotter,” “Doogie Howser M.D.” and “Kojak.” In some cases you can even watch entire seasons or full runs of certain prematurely cancelled series, such as “Arrested Development” and “Firefly.” Hulu also features news, trailers, anime, and reality shows, as well as a feature-length film catalogue that covers everything from “Jumanji” to “Last Tango in Paris” (seriously, it’s on there). Thanks to Hulu, closeted TV junkies with a high-speed internet connection are assured a permanent, private fix.

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