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Thursday, March 31, 2011


Want to live to be 100 and be happy and healthy while you're doing it? Here are six secret keys to your very own fountain of youth, from researcher Dan Buettner, author of the National Geographic bestseller, "The Blue Zones":

  • Laugh long and often -- Not only is it fun, but a good, long giggle relaxes blood vessels and lowers your risk of heart attack.
  • Nosh on nuts -- Studies of a Seventhday Adventist group in California found that those who ate small portions of nuts five days a week lived an average of two years longer than those who didn't.
  • Cherish your friends -- Keep a tight knit circle of close buddies around you visit often and share your innermost hopes and fears. "Gather people around you who will reinforce your lifestyle," advises Buettner.
  • Eat wisely -- Okinawas, who boast an unusually high number of healthy seniors over 100, begin every meal by saying, "Hara hachi bu!" The saying translates to "Eat until you're 80% full!" Buettner recommends eating slowly off smaller plates to make smaller meals satisfying.
  • Stay active - You don't have to run marathons or schedule gym time. Just make physical activities long walks, puttering in the garden or playing with kids a part of your regular routine.
  • Live like you mean it -- "Across the board, those living the longest had a clear sense of purpose," Buettner explains. "You have to know why you get up every morning." Find ways to connect with things you feel passionate about and get involved.


Jason Aldean will debut his new single, called "Dirt Road Anthem," during the live broadcast of the ACM Awards on Sunday (April 3rd) night. The song is the third release from his platinum-selling My Kinda Party CD, following on the heels of his Number One hit, "Don't You Wanna Stay," featuring Kelly Clarkson.

  • "Dirt Road Anthem" encompasses Jason's influences from Snoop Dogg to Charlie Daniels. He said, "I always get excited to test new songs out on the road. This one is a little different because it kicks off with the chorus, so everyone starts sorta grooving along with it, and then we hit that first verse with the rapid fire lyrics, and the fans go nuts. I know we're pushing some boundaries with a song like this, but I also think people expect that from me now. I'm really taking the fans' lead on this one, but I think it's going to be a killer single for us on the road this summer."
  • The ACM Awards air live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on CBS.
  • Jason is nominated for Entertainer and Top Male Vocalist.


Justin Moore can't wait for fans to hear his sophomore album. The CD features 13 new songs, 11 of which Justin wrote. Justin tells us that at the last minute he decided to add three songs, one of which is his current hit single. "I'm excited about it. I think it's the best songwriting I've ever done. We had 10 songs done for it, and I'd written all 10 of the songs, and I heard the song 'If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away', which is the first single off of it and I thought, 'My gosh, I've gotta go cut this,' and I went to the label and said, 'I need to cut like three more songs,' and they're like, 'Huh?', and I was like, 'I promise you. Just trust me, and this needs to be the first single, by the way!'"

  • "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away" is a Top 20 hit and climbing on the charts.
  • Justin's new CD will be released later this year.
  • He is currently out on Miranda Lambert's The Revolution Continues tour along with special guestJosh Kelley.


  • Justin's self-titled debut CD was released in 2009.
  • It produced the Number One hit "Small Town USA."

For the second year in a row, Toby Keith is up for Entertainer of the Year at the ACM Awardson Sunday (April 3rd). Toby, for one, is very happy that the honor is now fan-voted. He tells us:"It's wonderful to have the fans vote on that stuff. (Over the) last several years I haven't been an award-friendly guy. I gave up on 'em years ago, but I said all along, if you let the fans vote on it no one can complain. If you don't get nominated or you don't win then you can't gripe about it, you know?"

Toby says that letting the fans rather than the industry decide on the night's biggest award is only fair."Politics playin' in to music -- there's no place for it. It's a fan-based industry. We all survive off of our fans, you know? If you didn't win or didn't get nominated work a little harder next year, and that solves all the problems, so it's wonderful that the ACMs is allowing this stuff to happen."

  • Toby last won Entertainer of the Year in 2003.
  • Fan voting for this category continues through Sunday at
  • Toby will also perform live during the ACM Awards show broadcast from Las Vegas on CBS.


  • Toby also took home the ACM Male Vocalist of the Year award in 2003.
  • In 2008, Toby won the Academy's Tex Ritter award for his movie, Beer For My Horses.
Lady Antebellum, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, the Oak Ridge Boys and Jerrod Niemannwill perform at the Grand Ole Opry on June 7th during CMA Music Fest week in Nashville. Jerrod will also headline the free Opry Plaza Party that afternoon, which will be held outside the Opry House.

Zac Brown Band frontman Zac Brown will co-host the Outdoor Channel's new show, Fear No Evil. He joins Chris Brackett in the new hunting show, which debuts on Sunday (April 3rd) at 11:30 p.m. ET.

Charley Pride has been honored with his very own road marker on the Mississippi Country Music Trail. The ceremony was held Tuesday (March 29th) on Highway 3 in Charley's hometown of Sledge, Mississippi. A portion of the highway has also been renamed "Charley Pride Highway." Charlie said, "I'm honored and humbled at the same time. It was wonderful! Who'd have thought that a kid who walked four miles to school and four miles home every day would ever get such a tribute?"

A Texas judge is now saying that he and Hudspeth County Attorney Kit Bramblett were only joking when they suggested that Willie Nelson should sing in their courtroom to avoid jail time for his recent misdemeanor marijuana possession charge. Bramblett had told media outlets that if Willie performed his classic hit, "Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain," in their courtroom they would let him off with a minor fine.

Judge Becky Dean-Walker told the Associated Press yesterday (Wednesday, March 30th) she thinks the prosecutor was "trying to be funny and it got out of hand." She added that he can plead guilty without coming to court and singing.

  • The legendary singer was arrested on November 26th at a Border Patrol checkpoint in Sierra Blanca when police found pot on his tour bus.
Lee Ann Womack has been tapped to participate in Good Housekeeping's "Shine On" event which honors women who are making a difference. The star-studded evening takes place on April 12th at New York City's Radio City Music Hall. Lee Ann will be joined by Academy Award-winners Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn and fellow Grammy winner Eve. The "Shine On" event benefits the Women's History Museum
in Washington, DC.

  • Lee Ann said, "Women are in so many ways unsung and unseen heroes. They're not just the teachers, nurses, caregivers, they can be the doctors, activists, politicians and scientists -- and this night is about recognizing that awesome contribution women make in this world."
  • The evening will be hosted by Rebecca Romijn.
  • Michelle Rhee, the former chancellor of Washington, DC's schools and the Founder/CEO of StudentsFirst, is among the honorees.
  • Tickets for the "Shine On" celebration are available for $75 and $50 (plus facility charge) online at
  • Lee Ann is in the final weeks of the George Strait/Reba McEntire tour, performing on Friday (April 1st) in Denver, Colorado.
  • She will also appear at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday (April 3rd) in Las Vegas. Lee Ann is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year, along with Reba, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood.


  • The Women's National History Museum was founded in 1996.


Q. What reality show contest did Steel Magnolia win to land their record deal?

A. CMT's Can You Duet


Al Gore (former Vice President, environmental activist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize) (63)

  • Angus Young (lead guitarist, AC/DC) (56)
  • Herb Alpert (Jazz trumpeter) (76)
  • Richard Chamberlain (actor, Dr. Kildare, The Towering Inferno, The Thorn Birds, Shogun) (77)
  • William Daniels (actor, St. Elsewhere's Dr. Mark Craig) (84)
  • Gordie Howe (Hall Of Fame hockey player) (83)
  • Shirley Jones (actress, The Partridge Family's Shirley Partridge) (77)
  • Gabe Kaplan (actor, Welcome Back Kotter's Mr. Kotter) (66)
  • Ewan McGregor (Scottish actor, Star Wars Episodes I, II, and III, Big Fish, Moulin Rouge) (40)
  • Rhea Perlman (actress, Cheers's Carla Tortelli and Danny DeVito's wife) (63)
  • Christopher Walken (actor, Pulp Fiction, The Deer Hunter, True Romance) (68)
  • Mick Ralphs (guitarist, Mott The Hoople, Bad Company) (67)
  • Sean Hopper (guitarist, Huey Lewis & the News) (58)
  • Jessica Szohr (actress, Gossip Girl) (26)


ELIZABETH BANKS WELCOMES SON: Elizabeth Banks is a mom. The actress revealed that she and husband Max Handelman welcomed a baby boy named Felix, who was born via surrogate. She blogged, "The one true hurdle I've faced in life is that I have a broken belly. After years of trying to get pregnant, exploring the range of fertility treatments, all unsuccessful, our journey led us to gestational surrogacy. From that came two miracles. The first was meeting our carrier and her husband who were truly humbling in their decency and generosity. And the second miracle was the birth of our baby boy, Felix Handelman."

COURTENEY COX AND CO-STAR GO ON FRIENDLY VACATION: A rep for Courteney Cox said that she and her Cougar Town co-star Josh Hopkins just went away on vacation together as "friends." After the two were spotted in the Caribbean with Cox's daughter Coco, her rep released a statement clarifying their relationship. The rep said, "The relationship is strictly platonic and they are away with a group of friends on vacation."

DONALD TRUMP EXPECTING ANOTHER GRANDCHILD: Donald Trump is going to be a grandfather again. His son, Donald Jr. announced that his wife is pregnant. He tweeted, "Ok guys BIG NEWS (at least for me) my awesome wife Vanessa has another bun in the oven. Baby #3 on the way. Wish us luck!" Donald's daughter Ivanka is also pregnant.

EDWARD NORTON ENGAGED? Edward Norton and his longtime girlfriend, producer Shauna Robertson, are reportedly engaged. The New York Post reported that Norton's ex Courtney Love broke the news with a comment, saying, "Wow, it's about time. He's 41, they've been together for six years. He needs to have babies. I wonder what kind of ring he got her? He bought me a ruby."

DAVID BOREANAZ SETTLES LAWSUIT: David Boreanaz has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against him by an extra on Bones. Kristina Hagan claimed David sent her "sexually inappropriate text messages," saying he could "make things happen for her." The terms of the settlement are confidential.

EVEN MORE STARS ATTENDED REESE'S WEDDING: Reese Witherspoon's wedding was even more star-studded that initially reported. The public was already aware that new couple Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn, Renee Zellweger and Matthew McConaughey showed up -- but now Us Weekly is reporting that Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson were also in attendance. The guest list also is rumored to have included Sacha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher, Tobey Maguire and wife Jennifer Meyer.

LINDSAY LOHAN WON'T FACE CHARGES FOR BETTY FORD FIGHT: Lindsay Lohan won't face charges for allegedly attacking a staff member at the Betty Ford Clinic last year. The District Attorney announced that they won't file criminal charges because there is "insufficient evidence" to prosecute the starlet. Lohan will be in court next month to stand trial on felony grand theft charges.

'TEEN MOM' BRAWLER ARRESTED AGAIN: Brittany Maggard, the girl who triggered Jenelle Evans'recent brawl, was arrested on Tuesday for violating her probation. Brittany's probation officer busted her again after learning about the 18-year-old's involvement in the Teen Mom fight. She was on probation for a separate assault case when she was arrested for pushing Jenelle into another girl -- the move that triggered the now-infamous beat down. Brittany was released after posting $5,000 bond.


JENNIFER ANISTON IS DIRECTING: Jennifer Aniston is getting behind the camera. The actress will direct one of five short films for Lifetime's Project Five. The five films will be put together as one to show the lives of different breast cancer survivors. Demi Moore and Alicia Keys will also be participating. Aniston said in a statement, "Our hope with Project Five is to entertain, inform and inspire dialogue, research and prevention. Otherwise, our goals are small. We want these films to move people and empower those affected by breast cancer to stand tall through this challenge, which impacts ALL of our lives, no matter who we are."

'DAILY SHOW' CORRESPONDENT GETS NEW GIG: Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones is headed to CBS. reported that Jones has joined The Assistants, on which he'll star as the husband of Heather Locklear's character. Jones has worked on two unsuccessful pilots in the past: one with his wife/co-star Samantha Bee and last year's How To Be A Better American.

'BETHENNY' COMING BACK: Bethenny Ever After has been renewed for a third season on Bravo. Bethenny got her start on The Real Housewives of New York and has brought the network solid ratings with her spin-off.


Judge Judy Sheindlin was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital on Wednesday (March 30th) after complaining of intestinal discomfort. Her rep confirmed the hospitalization and said that the TV judge would be kept overnight for tests.

The rep explained, "The judge was feeling nauseous and had some intestinal discomfort and decided to go to the hospital to get it checked out. They are keeping her overnight for tests."

The 68-year-old herself called to confirm that she's fine. She said, "I'm just exhausted, and my body was telling me it needed a day to chill. I was feeling funky this morning . . . funky enough that I knew someone should give a gander over what I got."

  • She added, "I'm really fine. I wanted to go back to work this afternoon. A lot of things just zoned together, including the bad news of the world. At my age, I know my body. My body is fine."


Charlie Sheen is apparently working on a musical collaboration with none other than Snoop Dogg. The actor recently teased fans by tweeting a picture of himself with the rapper.

He wrote underneath, "Warlock meets his makers-music makers that is @SnoopDogg @robpatterson666. Get ready to rock the Sheenius within!"

  • Rob Patterson is the music director on Charlie's upcoming Violent Torpedo of Truth tour -- and is also the former guitarist of Korn.
  • On Wednesday (March 30th), Charlie's included a plug for his buddy Snoop on Twitter: "Mark this: Snoop dropped tha new album #doggumentary. . .EPIC My head is on fire . . .literally Buy it!"

CHECK IT OUT: Weirdest duets:


American Idol's Top 11 competed Wednesday a week after Casey Abrams was saved from elimination. That means that two people will be going home this week. The contestants performed songs from Sir Elton John's catalog and once again the judges didn't seem give much negative feedback. James Durbin and Lauren Alaina and Haley Reinhart got the best reviews, while Naima Adedapo's reggae version of I'm Still Standing seemed to get a lukewarm response from the judges.


Reports say that talk show queen Oprah Winfrey wants to end her 25th season with celebrity makeovers. According to The New York Post, Oprah wants Donald Trump to be one of the celebs to receive a makeover on her final episode. According to sources, an email invitation that was sent to Trump's offices said, "This will become one of those historical television moments that will become iconic."

  • No word on if Trump will get be a guest on the makeover show.


Bill Murray is reportedly going to play President Franklin Roosevelt in a new movie called Hyde Park On the Hudson. Vulture announced that the film will center on King George VI's visit to Roosevelt's estate on the Hudson River.

The story -- which is adapted from a British radio play -- focuses on both the King's visit and Roosevelt's alleged affair with his distant cousin, Daisy.

  • It's unclear if Murray's new role would affect his participation in the long-rumored Ghostbusters 3. reported that Murray "still hasn't contacted [Sony Pictures] to tell them if he's even read the (Ghostbusters) script, which was reportedly delivered to him at the beginning of the year."

CHECK IT OUT: Actors who have played real-life presidents:


George Clooney thinks it's "odd" that he might be called to testify in a sex trial against Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. The actor and his girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis have been named potential witnesses in the case because Burlosconi's young accuser, Karima el-Mahroug, claims she saw the couple at a dinner party held at Berlusconi's home.

Clooney has a home in Italy's Lake Como.

The actor said of his inclusion on the potential witness list, "It seems odd since I've only met Berlosconi once and that was in an attempt to get aid into Darfur."

  • Several dozen alleged prostitutes were also named on the potential witness list alongside Clooney. The trial begins on April 6th.


Matthew Weiner is speaking out to dispell the rumors surrounding Mad Men's fifth season. AMC announced that a deal had been reached for season five, however it won't hit the air until 2012 -- and Weiner, the creator, has reportedly yet to officially sign on.

He told the Mad Men blog Basket of Kisses, "There's been a lot of speculation and misinformation in the press about what is going on. I want the fans to know directly from me that I had nothing to do with this delay and it is not about money. I am fighting for the cast and for the show. And I appreciate the kindness and concern of the fans."

It was reported that AMC wants to cut 2 minutes from the show to allow for more commercials -- and wants Weiner to trim two cast roles to save money. Weiner also said that his rumored $30 million salary offer is inaccurate. He said, "I offered to have less money, to save the cast, and to leave the show in the running time that it's supposed to be. The harder that I've fought for the show, the more money that they've offered me."

  • Weiner's last note to fans: "Everyone can hold on, and we'll see if it's necessary, but of course I would want them to express their feelings. I can't even tell you what it's meant to me to have intelligent people who care about the show, who reflect about it, who obsess about it, it's been a total surprise to me. It's surpassed everything I would ever have expected."


OBAMA AUTHORIZED COVERT SUPPORT FOR LIBYAN REBELS: Media reports said yesterday (March 30th) that President Obama has authorized covert support for the Libyan rebels, signing a secret order known as a presidential "finding" within the past two or three weeks. Findings are a form of presidential directive used to authorize secret operations by the CIA, a necessary legal step before such action can be taken. However, it doesn't mean it will take place, since in order for specific operations to be carried out, such as giving weapons to the rebels, the White House would have to give additional permission. The New York Times also reported that the CIA had inserted small groups of operatives in Libya with British special forces to gather intelligence for the NATO-led airstrikes.

Also yesterday, Libya's high-profile foreign minister, Moussa Koussa, defected to Britain in what a friend said was a protest against the attacks by Moammar Gadhafi's forces on civilians. A former spy chief, Koussa could provide valuable intelligence on Gadhafi's government. Reuters also cited a Western diplomat as saying Koussa's move sends a message to other Gadhafi loyalists that they could still defect.

Gaddafi's troops continued to push back the rebels, the second time they've reversed the opposition forces' gains using their superior firepower. U.S. officials said the government forces have responded to the airstrikes by making themselves harder to target, using minivans, sedans and SUVS fitted with weapons instead of tanks.

JAPAN PRESSED TO EXPAND EVACUATION ZONE AROUND NUCLEAR PLANT: The Japanese government is being pressured to expand the evacuation zone around the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. Both the United Nations' nuclear watchdog and Japan's own nuclear safety agency, as well as opposition politicians, have said the 12-mile evacuation zone should be expanded, after high radiation was detected at twice that distance. So far, more than 70,000 people have been evacuated from the 12-mile zone around the plant, and another 136,000 in the six miles beyond that have been encouraged to leave, or to stay indoors. Meanwhile, officials said radiation may be flowing continuously from the plant into the sea nearby, where contamination is now 4,000 times the legal limit. Engineers have not yet found the source of the leaks.

PROGRESS MADE IN BUDGET TALKS TO AVOID GOV'T. SHUTDOWN: A government shutdown is now appearing less likely, as Vice President Joe Biden yesterday (March 30th) reported what he called "good progress" in the budget talks. Congressional negotiators began work on a proposal for a reported $33 billion in spending cuts over the next six months, representing compromise on both sides. It's well below the $60 million-plus that tea party-backed freshman GOPers were demanding, but it also a significant increase from where the Senate Democrats and the Obama administration began, which was backing a freeze at current rates. However, both sides agreed the $33 billion figure is tentative, and not everyone is on board with compromise.


FIRST REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE POSTPONED: The first scheduled Republican presidential debate, which had been planned for May 2nd at the Ronald Reagan presidential library in California, is being postponed until September because only one candidate has so far announced that he's running. The debate, now planned for September 14th, will still take place in the Reagan library. Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty last week became the first major contender to announce he'd formed a presidential exploratory committee. Other expected candidates, including former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, have been slow to make it official. A debate scheduled for May 5th in South Carolina is, for now, still on, and would be the first GOP debate.

LEAD CODICES COULD BE ANCIENT CHRISTIAN TEXTS: British archeologists are trying to authenticate a collection of 70 codices -- or bound books -- made of lead that were discovered five years ago in a cave in eastern Jordan that could be ancient Christian texts. The codices, which are made up of wirebound individual pages that are each about the size of a credit card, appear to date from the 1st century. They include several images and written references to the Messiah, as well as some possible references to the crucifixion and resurrection. Initial testing on the lead indicates that the codices are about 2,000 years old, but more work is being done to confirm their authenticity. However, David Elkington, an ancient religion scholar who heads the British research team investigating the find, seems convinced, telling the Daily Mail that it's, quote, "the major discovery of Christian history."

CARTER'S CUBAN VISIT DOESN'T LEAD TO RELEASE OF JAILED AMERICAN: Former PresidentJimmy Carter left Cuba Wednesday (March 30th) without winning the release of a U.S. government contractor who's been jailed in the communist nation for 16 months. Carter had said from the beginning, however, that he knew Alan Gross wouldn't be freed during his visit, however he did meet with Gross, who was working on a USAID-funded democracy building program when he was arrested in December 2009. He was convicted of bringing communications equipment into Cuba illegally and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Carter was in Cuba to talk about strained ties with the U.S., and met with Fidel Castro as well as his brother Raul, who's the nation's current leader. But he also met with members of Cuban's opposition community and religious leaders.

BUSH INSTITUTE HOLDING CONFERENCE ON AFGHAN WOMEN: The George W. Bush Institute in Dallas is holding a conference this week on helping Afghan women achieve economic success, with some 250 people, including government, business and nonprofit leaders, set to attend. Also taking part will be former President Bush and his wife. Former first lady Laura Bush is a longtime supporter of women's rights in Afghanistan, and has continued to participate in the U.S.-Afghan Women's Council formed by her husband and Karzai. She told AP about the conference, "What we're hoping is to show our strong support for women in the economy." Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai will address the conference attendees via video.

NASA'S MESSENGER SPACECRAFT TAKES FIRST PHOTOS OF MERCURY FROM ORBIT:NASA's Messenger spacecraft has beamed back to Earth the first photos taken of Mercury from orbit, with the very first one showing a desolate gray landscape marked with craters from the southern part of the planet. Messenger, the first spacecraft ever to orbit the first planet from the Sun, took a total of 363 pictures over six hours that are expected to cover previously unseen areas of the planet. Messenger arrived at Mercury on March 17th, more than six-and-a-half years after it was launched. It's expected to spend at least one year studying the planet from orbit.


BASEBALL'S OPENING DAY: It's opening day for Major League Baseball, with six games scheduled for today (March 31st) to kick off the 2011 season:

  • Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals
  • Detroit Tigers at New York Yankees
  • Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds
  • Los Angeles Angels at Kansas City Royals
  • San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals
  • San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers

EX-PLAYER VELARDE SAYS HE GOT HGH SHOTS FROM BONDS' TRAINER: Former Major League Baseball player Randy Velarde testified Wednesday (March 30th) in Barry Bonds' federal perjury trial, saying that he used to get shots of human growth hormone from Bonds' personal trainer,Greg Anderson. Velarde, who was the fourth player to testify that he got performance-enhancing drugs from Anderson, said he sought out the trainer because of his link to Bonds. Anderson has been jailed for contempt for refusing to testify against Bonds, who is his childhood friend. Bonds is facing perjury charges for allegedly lying to a federal grand jury in 2003 when he said he never knowingly used performance-enhancing drugs.

FORMER AUBURN FOOTBALL PLAYERS CLAIM THEY WERE PAID: Auburn is saying that it will investigate after four former football players told HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel that they received thousands of dollars while being recruited by or playing for the Alabama university. Stanley McClover,Troy Reddick, Chaz Ramsey and Raven Gray, who all were with Auburn during the past decade, Ramsey most recently, in 2007, said in episode that aired last night (March 30th) that they received cash payments. The team's current coach, Gene Chizik, called the report, quote, "pure garbage," whileTommy Tuberville, Auburn's coach during the recruitment of all four players who's now with Texas Tech, declined to comment.

(Headline News, FYI and Sports stories were compiled in part from reports by the Associated Press and Reuters.)



  • THE BIG BANG THEORY - The guys try to figure out who hacked Sheldon's online game account.
  • RULES OF ENGAGEMENT - Russell tries to impress Timmy's sister; Jeff and Audrey set up their neighbor on a date.
  • CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION - A series of deaths in one shift, including a man found dead on his couch and a recently divorced man found in a pool, instigate a bet among the CSIs.
  • THE MENTALIST - When a man who thought he was abducted by aliens is murdered, his boy is stolen from the coroner's van.


  • COMMUNITY (repeat)
  • PERFECT COUPLES - Vance discovers Amy invited her ex-boyfriends to their wedding and tries to befriend them.
  • THE OFFICE (repeat)
  • 30 ROCK (repeat)
  • THE OFFICE (repeat)


  • AMERICAN IDOL - Two contestants are sent home; performances by, Jamie Foxx and Fantasia.
  • MOBBED - A group of people put on surprise performances ending in life changing announcements.


  • WIPEOUT - Contestants face obstacles.
  • GREY'S ANATOMY - (Musical Event) A cataclysmic event leaves the doctors shaken; Callie starts imagining things about the hospital and her friends.
  • PRIVATE PRATICE - Pete's brother brings their mother in for a consultation; Cooper treats a young music prodigy who has a brain tumor.


  • NIKITA (repeat)


  • JERSEY SHORE - (reunion special) The cast discusses their time in Miami.


THE ELLEN DEGENERES SHOW - Helen Hunt, James Marsden
THE VIEW - (repeat)


THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN (CBS) - Chris Rock, Ellen Page, Funeral Party
THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO (NBC) - Kourtney & Kim Kardashian, Fareed Zakaria, Mary Mary
JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE (ABC) - David Beckham, Wes Craven, Sum 41
LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON (NBC) - Elton John, James Marsden, Duran Duran
LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY (NBC) - Jonas Akerlund, George Watsky, Grouplove
CONAN - Johnny Knoxville, Kaley Cuoco, Thompson Square
LOPEZ TONIGHT - Snoop Dogg, Brittany Snow


BREAST-FEEDING DOLL HITS STORES: Some parents are outraged by a new breast-feeding doll aimed at little girls. The doll, "Breast Milk Baby," comes with a special halter top that has a flower shaped sensor where nipples would be. When the doll's mouth gets close to the flower shaped sensor, it mimics the noises and movements of a baby drinking milk. A spokesman from the toy company that makes the doll says, "Breast-feeding was a normal part of life before a few greedy pharmaceutical companies tried to make it rich selling artificial milk. A girl who plays with a breast-feeding baby now will think this is the normal way to feed a baby." Child psychiatrist Ned Hallowell said that the doll isn't sexualizing, noting that it's no different than "a little boy standing next to his father shaving and putting on shaving cream." Some people posted messages online claiming the doll encourages children to get pregnant. (UPI)


MAN CHARGED IN CHEESEBURGER ASSAULT: A Florida man has been charged with a misdemeanor after he allegedly threw a McDonald's cheeseburger at a customer in the drive-through. The 43-year-old man, Brent Goodwin Stephens, was arrested after the 'victim' told police Stephens threw a burger at his car. Investigators did find a ketchup stain and pieces of cheeseburger on the road where the incident allegedly took place. The suspect reportedly told police, "I threw a cheeseburger at that (racial epithet) truck. He pissed me off and if I have to go to jail for it then that's OK." (Sun-Sentinel)

GRANDMA LOSES 387 POUNDS; OPENS WEIGHT-LOSS CAFE: A woman who has lost nearly 400 pounds over the past three years has a restaurant that specializes in meat pies and cupcakes designed to help others lose weight. Debra Swihart says her meat pies are only 130 calories and the cupcakes weigh in at just 65 calories. She says she started to eat better and lose weight because she wanted to be around for her grandchildren. She added, "I want to be able to say I lost 400 pounds. That has a nice ring to it." (UPI)

POLISH CATHOLIC CHURCH PRAYS AGAINST ROAD RAGE: This Sunday, the Polish Catholic church will hold a day of prayer for drivers with road rage. The organizer of the prayer day, Father Marian Midura, says, "Many of us behave like pagans when we're driving. Even though we hang rosaries, carry images of saints and have the early Christian sign of the fish on our cars we do not respect other drivers." (Telegraph.Co.Uk)

FLORIDA WOMAN LEAVES CHILD WITH STRANGER: A 31-year-old Florida woman was charged with abuse after allegedly leaving her baby with a stranger on Saturday evening (March 26th). The man says the mother, later identified as Melissa Willis, told him she had car troubles and needed someone to watch the 18-month-old baby while she fixed it. When Willis didn't return, the man called the police and explained the situation. Police caught up with her on Monday morning (March 28th) and when they asked her why she left the baby with a stranger, she said she had been using drugs at the time. (


WOMEN TURN INTO MOM AT 32? Women think that they 'turn into their mother' at age 32. Researchers polled 1,000 adults and found that the early thirties is the time when women begin to take on their mom's particular habits, phrases and behaviors, according to the Daily Mail. Nearly 40% of women admitted using their mothers' expressions and a quarter even claimed to talk this way with their boyfriends and husbands. Other women found themselves becoming worriers, stocking up on groceries and becoming strangely intrigued by soap operas. (Times of India)

FAKE GIRLFRIENDS FOR FACEBOOK: A new internet company helps men create a fake Facebook girlfriend. The new service, 'Cloud Girlfriend' allows users to create the perfect girlfriend who will write on your Facebook wall and otherwise make her ghostly presence known through social media. Cloud Girlfriend has yet to officially launch, but the site is already generating interest. However -- Facebook's Terms of Service agreement strictly prohibits computer controlled accounts, which would seemingly rule out cyber-based special lady friends.

According to the site, this is how it works:

  • "Step 1: Define your perfect girlfriend. Step 2: We bring her into existence. Step 3: Connect and interact with her publicly on your favorite social network. Step 4: Enjoy a public long distance relationship with your perfect girl."

SLEEP MORE AND LOSE WEIGHT? A study has found that a good night's rest is a key factor in the battle of the bulge. Men and women who had at least six hours' sleep a night and coped well with the stresses of everyday life were twice as likely to lose weight when put on a diet for six months. It is thought that between six and eight hours' sleep helps keep the hormones that keep the feelings of being full and hungry in balance -- and reducing stress stops us from bingeing on comfort foods.


BEING FUNNY IS THE KEY TO SOLVING PROBLEMS: Humor helps you solve problems more effectively. Neuroscientists observing the ability of subjects to solve word problems found that people were most likely to suddenly come up with answers if they were amused (having just watched a comedy routine). Study author Mark Beeman suggested that levity allows the brain to make more remote connections than it otherwise would, which helps us arrive at those moments of insight. (


You Aren't Learning Anything New

Yes, you want to know how to do most of your job. But there are also things you want to be learning; otherwise you are not growing professionally. If you have stopped learning at work, it's time to find a job where you will learn new skills and grow professionally.

You Never Have a Day When You Wake Up Excited To Go To Work

If you wake up every morning Monday through Friday and never feel excited to go to work, that is a problem. It means you aren't enjoying your job and it is diminishing your quality of life. If you wake up every day and dread going to work, it's time to consider quitting your job.

You Spend More Time Surfing the Web Than Doing Your Job

When you are at work, you are supposed to be productive. Otherwise, it's a waste of your time and the company's money. If you are bored and surfing the web most of your work day, you may want to think about looking into job options where you'll get more stimulation and responsibilities.

You Don't Like Most of Your Coworkers

There are always one or two coworkers in the office that most people can't stand. But if you don't like most of your coworkers, chances are your days aren't very enjoyable because you have to work with them day in and day out. If you can't stand most of your coworkers, it's time to think about finding a company whose employees you mesh with better.

You Aren't Making Enough Money to Pay Your Bills

If you are working your butt off and not getting paid enough to pay your bills, you might be overqualified and underpaid for your position. Go find a job that pays what you deserve.

You Spend Time Looking For Other Jobs

If you are spending time looking for other jobs while you are on the clock, it's obvious you want to leave your job. So keep looking for new jobs and as soon as you find a good one, take it and run.

You Haven't Gotten a Raise in the Last Two Years

If you work hard and benefit the company you work for, you deserve to be rewarded for that. If your boss hasn't given you a raise in the last two years, ask for one. If he or she says no, get out now.

Your Boss Sucks

Sometimes bosses suck. But if your boss sucks all the time and takes advantage of your time, it's time to find a new job.

The Company Isn't Doing Well

This sign varies from company to company. You must keep in mind that we are in a recession and if sales are down but the company isn't in jeopardy, this sign may not apply to you. However, if business is down to the point where it looks like the company is going to go under, start looking for a new job NOW!

You are Stressed All the Time

You are supposed to enjoy life, not be stressed out all the time. If you spend most of your days stressed about everything that going on at work, you are not at the right job.

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