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Memo to people who need new bookers: hire ABC's bookers.

In Tripoli today, the network's Christine Amanpour scored an exclusive sit-down interview with Libya's Muammar Qaddafi, presumably taking a break from constitution-thumping Al Jazeera appearances and ordering protesters bombed. The get comes two days after ABC's Andrea Canning taped an hour-long interview with Charlie Sheen, set to be broadcast on Tuesday's edition of 20/20.

The question is: will viewers be able to tell the difference between the two segments?





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