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Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week Of March 8th 2010

It’s a big week on the boob tube—that is, if your retinas aren’t totally burned out from watching the Oscars. This week, we’ve got the series premieres of “High Society” (Wednesday, 9:30 p.m., The CW), Tinsley Mortimer’s reality show, and the awesome new dating show “First Love, Second Chance” (Wednesday, 10 p.m., TV Land). And here are some other things you’ll want to watch, from Jason and Molly’s wedding to the return of “Celebrity Apprentice,” with the best cast ever. Oh, and a little “Gossip Girl” thrown in for fun.
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Jacques Magazine “Sports” Issues More About Skivvies Than Squash


Whether it’s the mesh thong, bralessness or excessive butt-to-wall friction that’s convinced us is hard to say, but somehow we think that the Jacques Sports Issue is as much about sports as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is about competitive swimming. That said, given Jacques’ tendency to celebrate all things buxom and nearly naked, the issue may very well provide exercise, umm, inspiration for some. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Handsome Men’s Club With Bonus Shirtless Gilles Marini


Jimmy Kimmel rounded up the hottest celeb studs for a sketch called “The Handsome Men’s Club.” And ladies, it’s the kinda babelicious clip you need to watch on full screen! Keep reading »

Japanese Hair Dye Will Give You Creepy Magic Mohawks


This Japanese commercial is either an anti-drug PSA showing you how terrifying and creepy you sound when you’re high, or it’s a promotion for a men’s hair dye. Chances are with the latter, but that doesn’t make it any less bizarre. Ready yourself for some clapping mohawks and a weird, drugged-out rendition of “If You’re Happy And You Know It Clap Your Hands” … in Japanese. At least, we think? [YouTube via Gawker TV]
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Did This Cervical Cancer Commercial Get Your Attention During The Oscars?

The Academy Awards are Hollywood’s Super Bowl, and just like during the big game, some noteworthy commercials aired during last night’s show. This one starts off like any ole perfume commercial, until you realize it’s not advertising some scent; the goal of the commercial is to raise awareness about cervical cancer. Did it make you stop to consider your health? Keep reading »

Sandra Bullock Wins Oscar AND Razzie In The Same Weekend


Many of you probably saw Sandra Bullock win Oscar gold last night for her best-actress performance in “The Blind Side” (watch her acceptance speech above), but what you may not know is that the night before she also stopped by the Razzies to collect her prize for a worst-actress performance in the romantic comedy “All About Steve.” That makes Bullock the first person ever to win both a Razzie and and Oscar in the same weekend. She’s also the first acting winner to show up at the Razzies since Halle Berry won worst-actress for “Catwoman” five years ago. Having promised all awards season to show up in person to pick up the Razzie if she won, Bullock said: “I think this is an extraordinary award. And I didn’t realize that, in Hollywood, all you had to do was say you’d show up, and then you’d get the award. If I’d known that, I would have said I was appearing at the Oscars a long time ago.” The worst-actor Razzie went to Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas for “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.” I didn’t see it, but I can’t help but think that win was well-deserved. But was Sandy B.’s Oscar? Discuss. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Zach Galifianakis Was “So Raven” On SNL


I. told. you. so. Zach Galifianakis was SOLID GOLD as the host of “Saturday Night Live” last night, from the minute he walked on set during his opening monologue. The only thing to complain about — there wasn’t enough of him. While normally I’m happy to see hosts make minor appearances in plenty of the skits, Zach could have held his own against any of “SNL”‘s regular cast members. At least, that’s what he told me when we went on an imaginary date after the show. Keep reading »

Open Thread: We’re Working For The Weekend

TGIF! What are your weekend plans? Share in the comments.
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Smithsonian Channel Spotlights “Women In Science”

The Smithsonian Channel is focusing on determined lady conservationists this Women’s History Month during a new programming block called “Women in Science.” These female scientists have stepped out of their labs and into the wild in efforts to study and protect the creatures and environments they hold dear. The premiere episode, “Running with Wolves,” airs Sunday, March 7, at 8 p.m. and documents biologist Gudrun Pflueger who, after suffering a brain tumor, has dedicated her life to saving Canada’s wild wolves. As you can see from the preview above, these women take an extreme look at their subjects. Not only do they live in their environments, but they go as far as examining the animals’ droppings in a quest to learn more. The other episodes will air at 8 p.m. on March 13, 20, and 27. Keep reading »

A Bald Head Makes A Great Canvas

Philip Levine started losing his hair about four years ago, and instead of covering up his baldness with a bad rug, he decided to embrace it by using his head as a canvas. And, unintentionally, he said he’s helped people suffering from cancer, alopecia, and other diseases that cause hair loss by inspiring them: “You can be empowered by painting your head … Even though you’re suffering, you can embrace your baldness.” The flowers that body artist Kat Sinclair paints on him in this video are tame compared to some of the other designs he’s worn, which you can see on his website, PhilSays.com. What would you think if your guy started sporting a painted scalp? [via NOTCOT] Keep reading »

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