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Eric Braeden Responds to 'D-Bag' Claim, Jim Carrey to Host 'SNL' and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Dec 17th 2010 6:30PM
Eric BraedenEric Braeden's got some fighting words for Neil Patrick Harris.

"If he is a worthy adversary, he'd better not cross my path," the actor told Entertainment Weekly after Harris called him a "d-bag" on Twitter earlier today.

Harris backtracked shortly after his statement, which he made in reaction to Braeden backing out of a guest spot at the last minute. "Now I feel bad for the D-bag comment. Don't know the guy personally. I'm just fiercely protective of our show," he wrote.

Harris shouldn't get too worried, though, because Braeden is willing to forgive and forget. "I will let bygones be bygones," he said to EW.

In other TV news ...

'The Big Bang Theory' star Kunal Nayyar is the last of the cast to get a raise. The actor will now earn $75,000 per episode, up from the $25,000 he was previously making. [Deadline]

The inevitable has finally occurred: 'The Good Guys' is officially over. Fox confirmed to the Dallas Film Commission that the show has officially been canceled. [Unfair Park]

Jim Carrey will host 'Saturday Night Live' in January, the first show of the new year. The Black Keys will be the musical guests on the Jan. 8 episode. [The Wrap]

Salary negotiations have already begun for the women of 'Desperate Housewives.' The ladies' contracts expire at the end of the season, and since they all make the same amount of money -- around $400,000 per episode -- they're negotiating together. [Entertainment Weekly]

'The Early Show' weatherman Dave Price said today is his last day at CBS News. Though the network promised to find new roles for the ousted 'Early Show' reporters, Price is leaving the organization altogether. [The Hollywood Reporter]

The Manzo brothers are moving out -- and to their own show. Reports confirm that the sons of 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star Caroline Manzo are living in a new bachelor pad and filming all the action for a new series. [RadarOnline]

Looking for something to fill that 'Sex and the City'-sized hole in your heart? We have a possible solution: Two Australian authors just sold the TV rights to their new novel 'The LA Team,' about the personal, professional and love lives of two Los Angeles women. [Courier-Mail]

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