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October 4, 2015


Get some Halloween decorating tips from The Office's Rainn Wilson

by Danny Gallagher, posted Oct 24th 2009 6:37PM
Halloween is just around the corner and if you're anything like me (first of all, you have my deepest sympathies), then you haven't done squat to get ready for for it. And what a to-do list that is! The shopping list alone can send Martha Stewart into an early coma: eggs, shaving cream, toilet paper, paper bags, lighters, dog poo. That last one makes it even more difficult when you realize stores no longer sell dog poo.

But don't worry, Rainn Wilson is here to help. In order to "Earn His Plug" on his recent appearance on Jay Leno's new show, he gave the audience a crash course in Halloween vandalism by messing with a special celebrity's house, someone who I normally thought wouldn't have a problem with bologna shingles on his walls.

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FOX orders pilot for Smile, You're Under Arrest

by Adam Finley, posted Sep 4th 2007 12:02PM

Sheriff Joe Arpaio I've never understood the term "guilty pleasure." I figure that if I enjoy something -- a song, a TV show, a movie, etc, I shouldn't feel guilty about it. Yeah, so I have a couple REO Speedwagon songs on my iPod, what of it?

The only TV show that kinda falls into the "guilty pleasure" category for me is Cops. I never make a point of watching it, but when it's on, I can't turn it off. Still, the whole time that tiny angel sits on my shoulder telling me I really shouldn't get my entertainment through the misery of others.

And so, it's with the utmost hypocrisy that I tell you how much I dislike the idea behind the new FOX series, Smile, You're Under Arrest. The series will trick individuals with outstanding warrants into thinking they're being awarded with prizes or money when in fact the police are waiting to arrest them. The concept comes from the brain of producer Scott Satin (Who Wants to Be a Superhero?), who is working with the (in)famous Joe Arpaio, the Maricopa County Sheriff (Arizona) whose tough stance on criminals has garnered him scorn from some and accolades from others.

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