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— Overseas headline you probably didn’t expect when you woke up this morning #1: Chef Gordon Ramsay is fighting with Australian lawmakers. Seems Ramsay used the F-word 80 times in an episode of “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares” and some senators have a problem with that.
— Overseas headline you probably didn’t expect when you woke up this morning #2: Martha Stewart is banned in the UK.
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— Next season of “24” to leap forward four years into the future. But, dammit, isn’t that about how long fans have to wait for this show to return anyway?
— CW hopes two new villains for “Smallville” are good enough to replace one Lex Luthor
— Another look at Fox’s “Fringe.” From the review: “Q: Is the ‘Fringe’ pilot as good as the ‘X-Files’ pilot? A: Ha! The ‘Fringe’ pilot strips its hot blonde FBI girl down to her underwear just before it sticks a cold metal rod in her brain and drops her in a tank full of saltwater. So yes.”
— Mark Burnett could become the latest independent reality producer to sell at least part of his company to a cash-rich financier
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