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milo.jpgNext Week, He’ll Learn How To Work Those Darn Rabbit Ears: TV writer Paul Brownfield learns what 13-year-olds everywhere already knew: how to use his TiVo remote.

olmanwinter.jpgImus Suspended: CBS Radio and MSNBC hope shutting Don Imus up for two weeks will get everyone else to shut up, too.

bootleg.jpgHollywood Takes On China: The U.S. launched a formal complaint about movie and music piracy against Beijing with the World Trade Organization. Expect nothing to change.

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FBLA EXCLUSIVE: Hang Out With Andrea Keller of Top Design

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Bravo’s Top Design second episode started out strong when John Grey, the bear from Chicago, clued in his housemates about his HIV+ status and the massive dose of testosterone he got from his MD. Andrea Keller, our glama-zon architect pal, fills us in.

AK: The John thing was pretty shocking, none of us saw it coming or knew what was up (I was sitting there knitting, hello). He was very sincere and straightforward, it was very impressive. He just realized that there was a major problem, so he decided to tell all of us right away. Made for a lot more understanding and respect.

Grey just became the 2nd reality cast member to admit to being HIV+ — Real World’s Pedro was the first–in 1994. Too bad the Bravo assistant was such a jerk about it. Frankly, if we want to hear from a PA, we’ll kick him.

The challenge was (stop us if you’ve heard this one) to design a room for a mystery client. (Note to Bravo: why tip us off with the title?) And surprise! the clients are short.

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