Sunday, February 28, 2010



Hello Everyone. Editor-In-Chief Lee Houston, Junior here. Ms. Waxy Dragon has the weekend off.

I am here today to talk about life in general and The Family Circus specifically.
This beloved comic strip created by Bil (only one L) Keane actually began on Leap Year, 1960. So as noted in today's installment, February 28, 2010 marks the 50th anniversary for the series.

Keane literally draws upon his own family for inspiration and fun.
If you were not paying attention, amongst the images in today's strip were photos of the Keane family past and present, as well as the extended comic family posing for a new portrait.
His wife Thelma, the motherly inspiration for the series, sadly passed away last year. His real children are now adults with families of their own. Son Glen (the basis for Billy) is an animator for Disney while Jeff (the basis for Jeffy) is now Bil's assistant on the series. And a sequence where the family visited New York City, including the twin towers of the World Trade Center, was reprinted after the September 11, 2001 disaster.

Unique not only in its down to earth portrayal of family life, but its circular shape for the daily edition (allegedly based upon the ones circuses use), one cannot help but stop and contemplate the simpler times and things in life like kids not realizing that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, as always illustrated by the dotted path showing one of the children (usually Billy) going everywhere possible on any given course.

The one I personally remember most is a Sunday strip whereupon the family is walking along a quiet stretch of beach and the children comment about how they must be the first ones to ever discover the place, although ghost images in the background prove otherwise, proving that alas time waits for no one.

But no matter how much time does pass, there are some things that will always remain timeless.
So here's to The Family Circus! May the show continue for many generations to come.

Saturday, February 27, 2010


*Chile suffered an 8.8 magnitude earthquake early Saturday morning. Over 100 people are confirmed dead as emergency rescue forces continue to assist those in need. Meanwhile, the tsunami (tidal wave) generated as an after effect is threatening several Pacific Ocean locales, including Hawaii.
*President Barack Obama presided over a televised summit to discuss a potential Health Care Reform Bill Thursday. It unfortunately ended in the Republicans present maintaining their party's position on the subject although the President has vowed to see some form of Health Care Reform become law during his administration.
*Nicolas Chartier, co-producer of The Hurt Locker, a contender for the 2010 Best Picture Oscar, may have gotten his film in trouble. He recently sent out an e-mail asking potential voters to consider his movie instead of "the $500 million dollar blockbuster" (James Cameron's Avatar). But the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences frowns on such campaigns. Chartier has since issued an e-mail of apology, but until the awards are presented March 7, there is no way of knowing how his actions may or may not have affected the proceedings.
*Congratulations to the Boy Scouts of America for recently celebrating their 100th anniversary!
*Over the past week, record sales have been recorded for two historical comic books. A copy of Action Comics #1 (circa June, 1938), featuring the first appearance of Superman; and Detective Comics #27 (circa May, 1939), featuring the first appearance of Batman; have both sold for over $1 million US Dollars. It should be noted that both were fairly well preserved editions in spite of their age.
*After his press conference last week, Gatorade has dropped golfer Tiger Woods as a spokesperson.
*In a new tell all book due in stores next week, Jay McGwire, brother of former Saint Louis Cardinal Mark McGwire, offers new evidence supporting the claim that the elder McGwire did indeed take illegal steroids during his professional baseball career. Mark calls the claim sensationalism just to sell books and vows to no longer speak to his younger brother.
*Former NBA superstar Michael Jordan has purchased a controlling interest in the North Carolina team the Charlotte Bobcats.
*In Mercer Island, Washington; the Yoshiva High School Girls Basketball team had to forfeit a playoff game. Officials for the school felt it best since the athletes were observing The Fast of Esther, taking no food or water. Attempts to get the game rescheduled failed, for tournament officials refused to do so on the grounds of not wanting to disrupt the playoff schedule.
*A last minute grassroots effort is active in an attempt to reverse a decision by the Canadian Team officials. Skier Brian McKeever has been pulled from the 50k marathon Sunday. But fan favorite McKeever is attempting reinstatement despite the fact he is legally blind.
*International Olympic Committee officials are looking into the possibility of sanctioning the Canadian Women's Hockey team for their performance on the ice, but not during the game itself. After their victory over the USA Women's Hockey team to win the gold medal in that event, the Canadian Women held an impromptu victory celebration in public within the rink, including smoking cigars and drinking champagne; despite the fact that at least one of their team members is under the legal drinking age in Canada.
*For those keeping score, the current medal count at the end of events Friday February 26 is as follows:
The United States leads with 8 gold medals, 13 silver, and 13 bronze. Germany is second with 9 gold, 11 silver, and 7 bronze while host country Canada has 10 gold, 7 silver, and 4 bronze.
*The games conclude Sunday night. After the closing ceremonies are performed, the Vancouver facilities will be prepared to host the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games.

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Another weekend is upon us, and time to sharpen our minds once more.

Forward, I am heavy.
Backward, I am not.
What am I?

A familiar (especially if you have been paying attention to events this past month) term is expressed by the illustration below. Do you know what it is?


The answers will be revealed next weekend. But for now, let us peek into THE ANSWERS BOX for the results from the February 20 Puzzle Corner.

01. BBB is the Better Business Bureau.
02. BBC is the British Broadcasting Corporation of England.
03. BCC is Blind Carbon Copy.

"Haute" is French for high.

Sunday, February 21, 2010


Hello Everybody! Ms. Waxy Dragon here!

Now I don't know if it's because I'm only three years old or because I'm a baby dragon (unless you believe that I'm just one of many avatars for an avid Internet user), but I am still trying to figure out people.

I tried going to a big musical once. But everyone got upset when I started singing along with the people onstage. Hey, I was on key!

I got a funny look from the person waiting on me at the drive-thru window of the burger joint when I told them my order was to go.

At sporting events, the people around me complain when I brag I know what the score is before the game starts. After all, how much of a genius do you need to be to know it is zero-zero?
I can even tell you how things are going to be outside after sunset. Dark.

The people there really got mad at me the day I visited the zoo and started trying to free all the animals. After all, how would you like it if you were locked up in a cage all day? Of course I'm sure those who spend about eight hours a day in a cubicle can sympathize.

And remember to smile \_/ no matter how bad a day you are having. It will make people wonder what you are up to.

See you next weekend with more Sunday Funnies. -wd.

Saturday, February 20, 2010


*For those who did so, here's hoping you enjoyed Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday, observed Ash Wednesday, and are now observing Lent.
*Tired of partisan politics slowing down proceedings, United States President Barack Obama will be moderating the discussion on finalizing a viable Health Care Reform Bill Thursday at the White House that will be televised on the C-SPAN cable channel. As he pointed out in his weekly radio address Saturday, there are insurance companies in California and Kansas that are raising their rates, proving his belief that reform is needed now more than ever.
*Alexander Haig passed away Saturday at the age of 89. A four star general during the Nixon and Ford administrations, he served as Secretary of State under then President Ronald Reagan.
*For those keeping track of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada; here is a list of the Top Ten Medal winning countries at the conclusion of events Friday, February 19.
01. The United States with 20 medals: 6 gold (first place) and silver (second), 8 bronze (third)
02. Germany with 13: 4 gold, 5 silver, and 4 bronze
03. Norway with 10: 5 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze
04. Canada with 8: 4 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze
05. France with 7: 2 gold, 1 silver, and 4 bronze
06. Three countries tied with 5 medals each.
Austria and Russia both with 1 gold, 2 silver, and 2 bronze while South Korea has 3 gold and 2 silver; and
09. Three countries tied with 4 medals each.
Switzerland with 3 gold and 1 bronze while China and Sweden are tied with 2 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze each.
*Tiger Woods held a brief news conference Friday saying he erred, apologizing to his wife, and promising to do everything in his power to make up for his misconduct. However he did not take any questions afterwards nor state when/if he might ever return to professional golf.
*Hilary Duff is engaged to National Hockey League player Mike Conrie of the Edmonton Oilers.

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Another weekend is upon us, and you know what that means...

Each of the abbreviations below are almost alike in relation to each other, but what do the letters actually stand for?

01. BBB
02. BBC
03. BCC

There is "haute cuisine" and "haute couture", but what does haute actually mean?

We'll reveal all next weekend. But for now let's peek into THE ANSWERS BOX for the results from last weekend's Puzzle Corner.

Love Is In The Air

The first five Presidents of the United States: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe were all founding fathers of America.
The first President who was not was the sixth: John Quincy Adams.

Sunday, February 14, 2010


Hello Everybody! Ms. Waxy Dragon here.

Where lovers woo, and coo, and whatever else rhymes with woo and coo.
And don't forget the chocolate!
Oh how I love chocolate! Especially the Belgosian Dark Chocolate!
Ooohhh... that most exquisite chocolaty flavor and...
Oops! I better get back on topic.

Now it's sad to me that apparently there is only one day out of the whole year strictly dedicated to love.
After all, love is a many splendid thing. Love makes the world go round. Love IS all you need.
So why only dedicate one day to something so important?

But since you folks came here for humor instead of philosophy, it's time for some heart felt jokes.

Why do basketball players love donuts?
Because they can dunk them!

What monster really loves to dance?
The boogieman!

What did the fruit vendor write on the Valentines' Day card to his spouse?
"Honeydew you realize how much I love you?
You're the apple of my eye.
We make quite a pear.
You're a real peach of a wife.
I love you berry much.
Orange you glad I love you?
I'm plum crazy about you!"

So unless there is an odorous skunk with a French accent on your tail, please take the time to tell the one(s) you care about how you really feel about them, and I'll be back next weekend with more Sunday Funnies. - wd.

Saturday, February 13, 2010


*Happy Chinese New Year. Based upon the Chinese Zodiac, it's the Year of the Tiger.
*Former United States President Bill Clinton is recovering after surgery to clear a blocked heart artery.
*Doctor Conrad Murray has been charged with Involuntary Manslaughter in the death of entertainer Michael Jackson and is awaiting trial.
*NASA has launched the Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite to study our sun.
*An old Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) has been sold on E-Bay for $13,105! But don't go digging into your junk areas and getting your hopes up just yet folks. This one was in its original box and also had five games, one of which "Stadium Events", is a rare game due to its low production quantity.
*The New Orleans Saints not only played, but won their first Super Bowl ever this past Sunday, beating the Indianapolis Colts by the final score of 31-17.
*The NASCAR season has begun in earnest with Tony Stewart winning the Nationwide Series at the Daytona International Speedway.
*Georgian Nodar Kumaritashvili lost his life in a tragic accident during luge practice before the opening ceremonies of the 21st Winter Olympiad Friday afternoon.
*American skater Johnny Weir will be staying within the secure confines of the Athletes' Village after receiving threats about the use of real fur in his skating costumes.
*The 25th anniversary edition of "We Are The World", this time to benefit Haitian Earthquake Victims, debuted before the actual television coverage of the Opening Ceremonies.

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We have two major events coming up within the next 48 hours, so this weekend's Puzzle Corner celebrates both Valentines' Day tomorrow February 14th and President's Day February 15th.

For all you romantics in the audience, this rebus represents what is hopefully the current condition of your life. Do you know what it is?


Presidents Day in the United States of America combines the individual memorial celebrations of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln's birthdays into one federal holiday that commemorates not only them, but all who have held this high office.

1. Which of America's founding fathers also served as it president?
2. Who was the first President of the United States who was not a founding father of this country?

We'll have the results for you next weekend. But for now, let's peek into THE ANSWERS BOX for the results from last weekend's Puzzle Corner.

Love can be found within the following words:
1. Evolve
2. Volume
3. Develop
4. Revolt

Hawaii, since it is actually an island chain, is the member of the United States surrounded by the most water.
And a bonus fun fact: it is also the only state of the union NOT to report any snow fall so far in 2010!

Monday, February 8, 2010


An editorial.
It has come to the attention of The Free Choice E-zine that the state of Connecticut is considering, if not has already made a decision upon, the possibility of limiting the posting Public Notices (such as foreclosures, meetings, votes, etc.) on a central web-site instead of newspapers; presumably to save the state the advertising costs of posting said notices wherever.


Despite how much of a technological society the world is becoming, not everyone currently has access to a computer 24/7, nor stays up to date on the Internet considering it is the WORLD wide web.
It costs a state nothing to notify local TV and Radio stations, which carry such information as news.
The Free Choice E-zine supports keeping public notices in newspapers, as well as within whatever other media such notices can be placed, to keep the public informed and (hopefully) active within their local government.


Reviewed by Lee Houston, Junior

Once again, the National Football League concluded its season with a championship game, including all the pomp and circumstances that one has come to expect from such a spectacle.
So let's see what happened.

While fans have complained in the past of the outcome being a foregone conclusion before half-time, the last few competitions have been bucking this trend.
Although the Indianapolis Colts scored first and led for quite a well, the New Orleans Saints in their first Super Bowl appearance WON their first Super Bowl. Final score: Saints 31, Colts 17.

Queen Latifiah sang the National Anthem before the coin toss, an event in itself. Then during half-time, The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend performed a brief set of their hits.
Starting out with the opening verses to Tommy, the duo segued into Baba O'Riley, Who Are You?, See Me/Feel Me, and Won't Get Fooled Again.
If some of those songs seem familiar, remember that the game aired on the CBS network. Baba is used as the theme to CSI: Miami, Who Are You? is the opening song to CSI: Crime Scene Investigations, and Won't is in the title sequence to CSI: New York.

Whether or not you watch just for the half-time show or the game itself, there is no denying that advertisers pull out all the stops for a Super Bowl ad. A brief thirty second spot was alleged to go for an average of $2.3 MILLION dollars, several times higher than the average price for a commercial at any other time during a broadcast week.
Considering its importance, the United States government even bought commercial time to promote the 2010 Census. But I hope CBS gave the government a break on the price since this was basically a public service announcement.

In any event, a common theme amongst several of the advertisers seemed to be "How to be a man", with ads for Snickers, Dove for Men, Flo TV, and the Dodger Charger automobile amongst them.
The other common trend seems to be celebrity guest stars within the commercials. During the game, one could see:
*Pauley Perrette walking down the streets of LA and encountering Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J as Abby met Callen and Sam in a brief NCIS/NCIS: Los Angeles commercial.
*The Simpsons doing what is becoming an annual ad for Coke-Cola.
*Betty White and Abe Vigoda appearing in the aforementioned Snickers ad.

*Most surprising guest star(s): David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, and Jay Leno sitting together on a couch watching the Super Bowl, although I'm not sure who or what they were supposed to be promoting.
*The most straight forward (tie): The "Fiddling Beaver" for and the "Sad Robot" for Intel.
*Best inspired commercial: Whoever the Monty Python fan is behind the "Docker's Free Pants" promotion. And...
*Worst commercial: The Budwiser "Human Bridge".

At least, that's how I see them. Most of the entire collection is available for viewing (and voting) at

Sunday, February 7, 2010


Hello Everybody! Ms. Waxy Dragon here.

Today is a big day for sports fans with Super Bowl 44 (XLIV for the purists in the audience), but being a lady and a baby dragon, all I can think of if you want to discuss football is that classic routine by Andy Griffith called "What It Was, Was Football". And believe it or not, it's available on YouTube at

But while there is no way I could ever dare top such a comedy classic, I do have some football related jokes to tell you lucky people!

Why did the football coach go to the bank?
He wanted his quarter back.

How do football players keep their cool during games?
They sit on benches in front of the fans!

Why can't Cinderella play football?
Because she always runs away from the ball!

Is it a compliment or an insult when your football coach calls you one of the team's greatest drawbacks?

That's it for now everybody. Enjoy the game. Save me some snacks, and we'll be back next weekend with more Sunday Funnies! -wd.

Saturday, February 6, 2010


*February is Black History Month.
*The mid-Atlantic states are in the midst of a blizzard. People living within the affected areas are advised to take the appropriate precautions.
*Toyota's troubles continue, as advance warnings have been leaked that the automaker will soon start a recall to repair a brake problem it allegedly knew about long before actually addressing.
*While Congress ponders the weighty matters before it and the Obama administration hopes to continue with their plans for economic recovery, the President has not given up hope on seeing a positive Health Care Reform Bill soon.
*The United States Mint, after its recent program celebrating the fifty states and spending 2009 acknowledging the allied territories (the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands) will be initiating a new coin program on the back of quarters called "America the Beautiful" celebrating national parks and landmarks.
*The 2010 Census is fast approaching. Conducted every ten years, the results will allow states to plan better for their communities in the present and future.
*As reported earlier this week, the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences have announced the nominations for the 2010 Oscars to acknowledge the best in film. Meanwhile their counterparts, the Golden Raspberry Committee, has announced the nominations for the 2010 Razzies, acknowledging the worst in movies, as well as special awards for the worst of the past decade in Hollywood.
*Representing her home state of Virginia, Caressa Cameron has won the 2010 Miss America title.
*Sports fans look forward to Super Bowl XLIV (44) tomorrow as the New Orleans Saints, representing the National Football Conference, make their first game appearance ever against the Indianapolis Colts, who won Super Bowl XLI (41) representing the American Football Conference. The game will begin at 6pm Eastern Standard Time on the CBS television network.

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Another weekend is upon us, and in a lot of places it's too cold to venture forth outside unless absolutely necessary. But let's keep our wits sharp and our minds warm with some new brain teasers.

Ah, amour. Love is in the air as Valentine's Day approaches. The definitions to four words are below. All have the letters L-O-V-E within them, but not necessarily in that order. Do you know them?

1. To climb up the genetic ladder.
2. One in a series of books.
3. To create, like an idea.
4. The act of opposing your oppressors.

Our question is: What member of the United States is surrounded by the most water?

The answers will appear next weekend.
But for now, let's peek into THE ANSWERS BOX for the results from the January 30 Puzzle Corner.

The Harrison Ford movies are:
1. Star Wars (Stellar Battles) 1977-1983
2. American Graffiti (National Wall Tags) 1973
3. The Mosquito Coast (Gnatty Shore) 1986
4. Morning Glory (Dawn Greatness) To be released later this year
5. Presumed Innocent (Assumed Not Guilty) 1990

The Las Angeles Police Department retired badge number 714, worn by actor Jack Webb in the original Dragnet series.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


As surely as night follows day, if you celebrate the best in something, there has to be a worst of the same thing.
While not winning an Oscar in the movie industry does not mean that you or your production were amongst the worst Hollywood had to offer during the previous year, winning a Golden Raspberry, more commonly known as a Razzie, does.
Started in 1981, these (dis?)honors are presented to films and their performers the night before the actual Academy Awards to note that while Hollywood may have some great moments, there are also some clunkers out there.
Amongst the nominees this year are:
*All About Steve, G. I. Joe: The Rise of COBRA, Land of the Lost, Old Dogs, and Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen for Worst Picture of the Year.
*Will Farrel (Land of the Lost), Steve Martin (Pink Panther 2), Eddie Murphy (Imagine That), and John Travolta (Old Dogs) for Worst Actor.
*Beyonce (Obsessed), Sarah Jessica Parker (Did You Hear About the Morgans?), Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana), Megan Fox (Jennifer's Body and/or Transformers 2), and Sandra Bullock (All About Steve) for Worst Actress.

In addition, since this is 2010, the nominees for the worst of the previous decade were also announced, culled from all the previous nominations and 'winners' between 2000-2009.
Those nominees are:
*Ben Affleck, Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Rob Schneider, and John Travolta for Worst Actor of the Decade.
*Mariah Carey, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Jennifer Lopez, and Madonna for Worst Actress of the Decade.
*Battlefield Earth (from 2000), Freddy Got Fingered (2001), Gigli (2003), I Know Who Killed Me (2007), and Swept Away (2002) for Worst Picture of the Decade.

For a complete list of the nominees or more information on the Razzies, visit their website at

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


An Editorial.

Well, even after publicly announcing his plans during the State of the Union address last week, you can't be surprised that President Barack Obama's proposed 2011 Federal budget is being analyzed by everyone for everything with a fine toothed comb and an electron microscope.
Although it does weigh in at a hefty 3.8 trillion dollars, none of the decisions made into what is and is not within the plan were made lightly.
Small businesses, along with low to middle income Americans will be receiving most of the tax cuts and programs, while big business and those in the upper income brackets will be (as one pundit pointed out) "finally paying their fair share".
Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Homeland Security, and the military also are well covered in the proposal, which still has to receive Congressional approval.

But seriously folks, something does need to be done to help this country back on the road to (economic) recovery.


While some got up early to see whether or not Punxsutawney Phil would notice his shadow (he did, for allegedly six more weeks of winter), others arose to see who was in the competition for an Academy Award as the Oscar nominations were announced this morning.

Although the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences usually only nominates five contenders for any one category at most, this year is quite unusual with TEN nominees for Best Picture (alphabetically): Avatar, The Blind Side, District Nine, An Education, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Precious, A Serious Man, Up, and Up In The Air.

Amongst the nominees are:
*Avatar for Best Director (James Cameron), Best Original Score, Best Special Effects
*The Hurt Locker for Best Director (Kathryn Bigelow), Best Actor (Jeremy Renner)
*Up In The Air for Best Actor (George Clooney), Best Supporting Actress (both Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick), Best Director (Jason Reitman)
*Invictus for Best Actor (Morgan Freeman) and Best Supporting Actor (Matt Damon)

Meanwhile, cinematographer Gordon Willis, actress Lauren Bacall, and producer/director Roger Corman will all be receiving Honorary Academy Awards.
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards ceremony, to be co-hosted by Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin will be aired live March seventh on the ABC television network.

For more details and a complete list of the nominees, visit


Caesar may have been wary of the Ides of March, but a lot of people set store by the results of the annual activity of Punxsutawney Phil, the official groundhog of February second: Groundhog's Day.
Phil unfortunately did see his shadow this morning, which is supposed to signify that there will be six more weeks of winter ahead of us before Spring finally arrives.

Now if Phil did not see his shadow, there will allegedly be six weeks of good weather and an early Spring. But what I would like to know is: considering how the weather looked this morning, how did Phil ever see his shadow to begin with?

2010 Grammy Awards

Music fans celebrated both the past and the present at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards, held Sunday night and presented live on the CBS television network.
Amongst the top winners:
*Lifetime achievement awards were presented to songwriter Leonard Cohen; musicians Clark Terry (trumpet), David "Honeyboy" Edwards (guitar), and Andre Previn (piano); as well as singers Bobby Darin, Michael Jackson, and Loretta Lynn.
*Beyonce for "Halo" as Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
*Jason Mraz for "Make It Mine" as Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
*Bruce Springsteen for "Working On A Dream" as Best Rock Solo Vocal Performance
*Kings of Leon for "Use Somebody" as Best Rock Performance by Duo or Group and Best Rock Song to the song's composers
*AC/DC for "War Machine" as Best Hard Rock Performance
*Taylor Swift for "White Horse" as Best Female Country Vocal Performance
*Keith Urban for "Sweet Thing" as Best Male Country Vocal Performance
*Lady Antebellum for "I Run To You" as Best Country Performance by Duo or Group
*Ziggy Marley for "Family Time" as Best Children's Album of the Year
*Stephen Colbert for "A Colbert Christmas" as Best Comedy Album of the Year
*The current revival of West Side Story for Best Musical Show Album
*Slumdog Millionaire for Best Soundtrack
*The Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" won Best Music Video (short form)
*The Beatles' "All Together Now", a documentary about the making of Cirque du Soleil's Love show, based upon Beatles music, won Best Music Video (long form). This is the second time The Beatles have won in this category, with the previous award being for the movie Let It Be.

For more information and a complete list of the winners, visit