News Too Important to be Left to Journalists
The Television Critics’ Assoc. press tour starts, but MTV thinks they’re too irresponsible to be trusted with actual news–like Michael Wolf’s firing. Someone might blog about it. And the publicists gasped.
LA Times Sucks Up to Stars, Kids of Stars, Friends of Kids of Stars
Robin Abcarian wrote a astonishingly reverential story about the lame-ass sons of people who’ve actually accomplished something. She could have asked Sean Stewart or Randy Spelling, questions like these: “Why didn’t you go to college? Do you have big trust fund, or do you earn money? How much control did you actually have on your reality series?” We found ourselves wishing Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez had gone to lunch with them. Remember how she pissed off Woody Harrelson?
Courteney Cox: Men Who Like Jimmy Kimmel Find Her Hot, After All
She must be so relieved.
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