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A Newspaper Gets Ben Affleck Mixed Up With Ben Stiller (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 17th 2010 3:38AM
A Newspaper Gets Ben Affleck Mixed Up With Ben StillerBen Affleck is famous around the world, and has just released the new film 'The Town' -- which he wrote, directed, and starred in. But that still doesn't keep reporters from confusing him with other people, as we learned on the latest 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (weeknights, 12AM ET on ABC).

Jimmy's sidekick Guillermo brought a Spanish-language newspaper into the studio. The paper very politely listed Affleck next to Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp -- which is pretty good company, acting-wise. Unfortunately, the paper also got Ben's name slightly wrong, calling him "Ben Stiller." Whoops. "This is bullsh*t!" Affleck said. As it turned out, the article wasn't even about him. The paper just mixed up his photograph with Stiller's.

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'Jimmy Kimmel' Quizzes NBA Stars About 'Sex and the City' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Jun 8th 2010 11:25PM
'Jimmy Kimmel' Quizzes NBA Stars About 'Sex and the City'It's NBA Finals time, and all during the playoffs, Jimmy Kimmel is kicking things off early with a live broadcast before the games. On the latest episode of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night' (Tue., 8PM ET on ABC), Kimmel sends his sidekick Guillermo to talk with the players about the most important thing ever. ... And what is the most important thing ever, you ask? Why, it's the movie 'Sex and the City 2,' of course.

Guillermo interrogates the confused players about their knowledge of Samantha, Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda. He also helpfully shares some information about the movie with them: for instance, the fact that Samantha is "the slutty one." Basketball stars such as Kevin Garnett and Derek Fisher seem a little startled by the whole thing, but they do their best to play along.

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Weeds: Lady's a Charm

by Erin Martell, posted Jun 24th 2008 1:14AM
Justin Kirk(S04E02) The season premiere took us to a new town, and "Lady's a Charm" gave us a look into Nancy's future as a drug trafficker. There's room for improvement, that's for sure. This week we learned more of the Botwin family history, got a brief and depressing Yiddish lesson, and, for the first time, I heard the word "schlimazel" outside the context of Laverne & Shirley.

The "Little Boxes" theme is gone for good. Instead, we got a quick shot of the Mexican border. I'll miss the old song, but it no longer fits with the show's new setting. I can't decide if I like the music-free credits, or if a different theme song would have been a good idea. What song would suit Weeds now that it isn't set in the suburbs?

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