NBC’s “The SLAP” Miniseries Premiere Party: Uma Thurman, from left, Thomas Sadoski, Peter Sarsgaard, Melissa George, Thandie Newton, NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke and Zachary Quinto attend NBC’s “The SLAP” miniseries premiere party at the New Museum on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)
A Month’s-End Associated Press (AP) Photographic Celebration of: SLAP
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So, in the spirit of recent events, we ain’t too proud to pander as we raise up and draw back our right hand to present this month’s topic: SLAP.
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