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Over the weekend, we mourned the shocking and sudden loss of actress Brittany Murphy. Inside TV has all the highlights from her role as Luanne on 'King of the Hill' and her many appearances on TV shows like 'Sister, Sister.'

There's also Dame Judi Dench, of all people, talking about sex, drugs and whether or not she had a fling with Sean Connery. And Jimmy Fallon turning himself into a punching bag for 'Sherlock Holmes' star Jude Law. We've got it all here, plus the Top TV Moments of 2009.

Read on for the latest TV news. Over the weekend, we mourned the shocking and sudden loss of actress Brittany Murphy. Inside TV has all the highlights from her role as Luanne on 'King of the Hill' and her many appearances on TV shows like 'Sister, Sister.'

There's also Dame Judi Dench, of all people, talking about sex, drugs and whether or not she had a fling with Sean Connery. And Jimmy Fallon turning himself into a punching bag for 'Sherlock Holmes' star Jude Law. We've got it all here, plus the Top TV Moments of 2009.

Though she was best known for her work on the big screen, Brittany Murphy did spend a good chunk of her career on TV, most notably as Luanne Platter on the Fox animated series 'King of the Hill.' Check out the most memorable Luanne moments and clips of her appearances on other shows like 'Boy Meets World, 'Sister, Sister' and 'Blossom' here.

From President Obama's inauguration to Susan Boyle wowing a cynical Simon Cowell, if it was historic, scandalous, or heart-tugging and it happened on TV this year, it's on our list of Inside TV's Top TV Moments of 2009. Go cast a vote for your favorite.

Turns out Robert Downey Jr. isn't the only pugilist from the 'Sherlock Holmes' film: On 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' the hapless host showed why he wasn't the final choice to play the iconic detective in a skit where Jude Law, as Dr. Watson, punched Fallon in the face each time he messed up. Watch the video.

Speaking of Fallon, his 'Late Night' in-house band The Roots is releasing an EP featuring 1,000 of its bite-size "sandwiches," those short musical intros and outros played before and after guests and other segments.

Guess Dame Judi Dench has got a thing for Scotsmen: While promoting her new film 'Nine,' Dench got randy on 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson,' dishing on her past drug use and even a fling with Sean Connery. Watch the video.

Outspoken basketball legend Charles Barkley is set to host NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' on Jan. 9, the first show back from a holiday hiatus. Barkley has hosted before, way back in 1993, for the show's season premiere. Alicia Keys will be the musical guest.

Missed the skit from this week's 'SNL,' where James Franco introduces his new girlfriend to his overly-affectionate family? Watch the video of all the groping and inappropriate kisses.

After being serenaded by the likes of Neil Diamond, Mary J. Blige and Usher at the 'Christmas in Washington' holiday concert, President Obama offered season's greetings to the nation, as well as special well-wishes to American men and women in the armed forces overseas, and hoped, as don't we all, for "peace on Earth."

It hasn't even aired yet, but Starz officials are so bullish on its new gladiator-themed series from 'Xena' creators Sam Raimi and Bob Tapert that they've already re-upped it for a second season. The pay cable channel has ordered 13 additional episodes of 'Spartacus: Blood and Sand,' which premieres Jan. 22.