Ebert and Roeper bid farewell to the series in 2008.
What does EAR stand for?
EAR stands for Ebert and Roeper (TV show)
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- European Association for Quality Language Services (promotes quality assurance in language education)
- EAB Address Register
- Eagerly Awaiting Response
- Early Access Release (software)
- Early Adverse Reaction
- Early Asthmatic Reaction
- Early Asthmatic Response
- Earnings At Risk
- East African Rift (continental zone)
- Eavesdrop and Register (network algorithm)
- Education and Auditory Research
- Edwin Arlington Robinson (poet)
- Effective Annualized Rate
- Elder At Risk
- Electro Acoustic Revue (Dublin, Ireland)
- Electronic Access to Information Resources
- Electronic Account Resolution (IRS)
- Electronic Annual Report (various locations)
- Electronic Application Review
- Electronically Agile Radar
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Beijing Ben Lyons and Ben Manciewicz will soon replace Ebert and Roeper.
Reviews have been extremely favorable across the board; Ebert and Roeper gave the film "Two Thumbs Up
One of the duo's most popular shows, "The Best of 2002" gives Ebert and Roeper the chance to laud the top movies of the year, giving their enthusiastic "thumbs up" to their individual Top Ten lists.
Ebert and Roeper Clint Eastwood is back on the case: as producer, director and star of Blood Work, debuting on DVD and VHS from Warner Home Video (WHV) December 27.
While they agree on the supporting categories, Ebert and Roeper bring their own interesting individual takes on their picks for the top three awards.
29-30, 2001, Ebert and Roeper take their seats in the balcony for the last show of the year on "Ebert & Roeper: The Best of 2001.
Ebert and Roeper continue the show's tradition of reviewing films in their own format: two people who go to a movie and then have a lively discussion about what they've seen.