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Dan Marino will NOT be Dancing with the Stars

by Allison Waldman, posted Aug 7th 2008 2:43PM
D MarinoI knew it! In fact, in the comments to Bob's post about who was rumored to be booked for the new season of Dancing with the Stars, I wrote the following: "I love Dan Marino. He's always been one of my all time favorites, but he was known for his arm and quick release, not his footwork!! If Danny is one of the contestants, only his blue eyes will keep him on past round one. I think In Touch is out of touch about this name!"

Well, today Dan Marino's spokesman officially denied the rumor. While Dan was watching the Miami Dolphins scrimmage, his rep told the press that for every year since the show began, Dancing with the Stars has invited Dan Marino to find the dancer in his soul, and every year he's turned them down. Good for Dan.

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T-Mobile: "Chuck and Dwayne"

by Jen Creer, posted Feb 3rd 2008 10:17PM
This was a really funny commercial, especially because it was so well-performed by basketball players Dwayne Wade and Charles Barkley. Charles Barkley (Chuck) puts Dwayne into his "Top Five" on T-Mobile, so he can call him anytime. At first, Dwayne is delighted and tells Barkley to go ahead and call him. Flatter soon turns to frustration as Barkley calls to talk game tips, the definition of HD (High Definition), and because he is bored. Wade resorts to ducking "Chuck's" calls and hiding to get away from him.

Maybe you have to see it. It's right under the jump.

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Late night heaven: Amy and Bonnie

by Joel Keller, posted Jun 22nd 2006 11:54AM
Amy Sedaris and Bonnie HuntBecause of Bob's slavish devotion to her, I knew that Amy Sedaris was going to be on Letterman last night promoting Strangers with Candy. Because of my own little crush on her, I tuned in to see her all-too-short segment (I mean, really, Dave; I know he just won the NBA championship and all, but... Dwayne Wade? Two segments of Amy would have made for better TV. And Dwayne... when you're going on a talk show, wear some long pants, OK, buddy?). Of course Amy was manically funny, as usual, telling stories and throwing out her celebrity "faces" (I especially liked her Streisand). I laughed out loud a number of times.

When her segment was over, I started flipping around. I hit Jimmy Kimmel's show and -- oh, my -- saw one of my other TV crushes... Bonnie Hunt! This was completely unexpected. She was on promoting Cars, and she started launching into stories about how she and her brother laughed at her father's funeral, how her dad would rib her mom, how her mom repairs the toilet, and what it's like to work with Kimmel's brother. All of this seemed unplanned (Bonnie even said "I can't believe I'm talking about this," a couple of times), not the usual "interview-by-numbers" that is set up by the pre-interviewing process. And it was very entertaining.

Oh, did I say that both Bonnie and Amy looked absolutely lovely last night? Wow. Not a bad way to end a pretty stressful day.

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