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Watch the Box: Toy Box

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NBC has bravely plunged into a world of series without pilots, ordering six episodes of Kath and Kim from Reveille (no surprise there)starring Molly Shannon and Selma Blair. The show, based on an Australian series, concerns itself with a self-absorbed woman and her 40ish divorced mom–Shannon, who could be Blair’s mom if she’d been a slut in high school.

Mattel and CAA are playing nicely with Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price, Max Steel, UNO and Polly Pocket, and developing movies, TV, digital, video games etc. based on said brands. Mattel also made a deal with Joel Silver and Warner Bros. to develop a live-action He-Man Masters of the Universe. CAA and Hasbro, turned Transformers into a movie, and plan to do the same to G.I. Joe. Boys and their toys.

Fuse has four new series:

Fuse Rocks the Garden–live concert series at Madison Square Garden begins with the Foo Fighters on February 19 at 11p.

10 Great Reasons–each episode counts down the top 10 facts or myths in today’s music.

Live Through This– comebacks starting with at Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx.

Talking Metal– hard rock/heavy metal TV series based on the Talking Metal podcast.

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Media Events 9.6.07

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FRIDAY 09.07.07
WHAT: Claremont Village Art Walk
WHO: Art lovers and locals
WHEN: 6 pm
WHERE:Bonita and Yale avenues, the art walk encompasses a three square block area in the historic Claremont Village.
WHY: Good to get out of town

SATURDAY 09.08.07
WHAT: Ray Bradbury’s 87th Birthday
WHO: Well-wishers, fans, groupies, Angelenos.
WHEN: 11 am
WHERE:The Mystery Bookstore, Westwood
WHY: Cake, champagne and Ray Bradbury.

SATURDAY 09.08.07
WHAT: Southern California Culture Today and Yesterday
WHO: Steve Grody (Graffiti L.A.), Jim Heimann (Shop America) and Barbara Thornburg (L.A. Lofts), moderated by Charles Phoenix (Southern California in the 50s).
WHEN: 2pm
WHERE: Los Angeles Times Central Court, LACMA
WHY: Because everything here was better before you came.

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