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By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | October 12, 2009 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | October 12, 2009 |

Christina Hendricks got married to some dude who played “Jimmy” on that episode of “Undeclared.” You know, the guy who did the impersonations? It was that guy. He’s Jimmy. (Webster’s)

20th Century Fox is developing a new “Moses” feature film which is being described at “Braveheart meets 300. I am not making that up. (Atomic Popcorn)

I used to read this website years back called which featured nightmarish eBay auctions — but now, thanks to the magic Etsy, we have anatomically correct teddy bears and erotic embroidery. (Regretsy)

Here are seven movies not to watch if you’re married — although one could argue against watching Cheaper By the Dozen in any circumstance. (Screen Junkies)

How do you think the Governator starts out his day? Well I’ll tell you one thing, it’s not not with a bowl of smiley-face oatmeal. (Film Drunk)

Well now here’s a list I never thought I’d see: The top ten Val Kilmer movie roles. Sure, why not? (Unreality)

Wes Anderson apparently went a step beyond “phoning it in” as he was directing The Fantastic Mr. Fox. (Cinematical)

The new season of “The Girls Next Door” premiered last night with the three new girls who I don’t believe for a second are banging that old man. (Celebitchy)

Eclipse “Breeze” has new “exotic” flavors out, although I’m really curious as to what’s so exotic about mint and berry. (Impulsive Buy)

David Hasselhoff was hospitalized after he got wasted and punched his doctor. Most people probably spend their night in a drunk tank after assaulting someone, but to be fair David Hasselhoff probably hits like a girl. (Yeeeah!)

Amy Winehouse went and got breast implants, for some goddamn reason, and predictably she later feared them “exploding.” (Superior Gossip)

OK, so I reported last week that Marge Simpson was going to appear in next month’s Playboy, but now they’ve sunk even lower. Two words: “Tara” and “Reid.” (Celebslam)

Huh. Gremlins looks far less terrifying when its edited to the cute indie music and scrawly title cards of Where the Wild Things Are:

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