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October 22, 2008

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Bet Disney wishes she looked like this all the time.

Bet Disney wishes she looked like this all the time.

Channel Drift: Remember how MTV first started out playing music videos and has since morphed into a totally different channel? Well, it’s a lot more common than we might’ve originally thought. Fourteen other cable channels have also undergone identity changes. Maybe we should cut MTV some slack.

90210: Will have a shortened episode on Nov. 4 so viewers won’t have to choose between that and election coverage. ‘Cause, you know, the audiences for those two things are exactly the same.

James Marsden: Who does The Notebook, Enchanted and, let’s not forget, 27 Dresses actor want to impress? Judd Apatow! He thinks playing a bigot in the new film Sex Drive will help his cause. Good luck with that, James.

Obama: Might he make Oprah an ambassador? After all, she is the Queen of All Media.

Partisan TV: A new report says Republicans favor Rock of Love and Dems go for I Love New York. That’s high class right there.

Bi-Partisan Comedy: Less likely today as left-leaning comedians have the market cornered. Are Democrats just better at everything?

Miley Cyrus: Those scandalous bathroom photos from the spring?  Courtesy of a hacker now under investigation by the FBI.  But wasn’t she just being Miley?

MTV: Not going ahead with planned series Model Makers, which chronicled the making of wannabe models into the correct (read: skinny) body types.  Shocking considering the other stuff they’ve shown.  Who remembers I Want A Famous Face?  Maybe we shouldn’t cut MTV some slack…

SIZZLED OUT: Samuel L. Jackson

STILL SIZZLING: Which R & B singer says she’s motivated not by athletes’ chiseled looks but instead their smooth skills?

September 29, 2008

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The 'princess' in happier days.

The princess in happier days

David Foster Wallace: Any one else feel the need to read Infinite Jest now that this so-called literary genius is gone?  If only it weren’t 998239271 pages.

Kelsey Grammer: Did you know he’s a Republican?  One of the, like, three “out” ones in Hollywood.  We’ll never view him the same way again!

Anne Hathaway: We can’t decide if we should feel bad that her prince didn’t turn out to be so charming or if we want to laugh in her face.  Lesson learned: Even celebs aren’t lucky in love.  And always do a background check before getting serious!

Edie Falco: After all that time hanging around The Sopranos, it’s no wonder she’s ended up in the ER–on a new Showtime series, that is.   We all know creativity is lacking in Hollywood right now, but do we really need another medical drama?

Legally Blonde: The party’s over for Elle Woods.  The Broadway closing isn’t that much of a shock, what with the economy right now and an MTV reality show–aka, the kiss of death!