Peter Cook got a manicure at Spliff for Men on East 46th Street and talked on a cell phone about his divorce from Christie Brinkley. Patrick McMullan and his son, Liam, were set to host a party at Dune in the Hamptons, but the club canceled it because there was a photo of Liam smoking pot on the invite. Amy Poehler and Rachel Dratch had dinner at Vento, though Poehler is pregnant so she drank cranberry juice.
Port Authority Commissioner Bruce Blakeman is out of a job, and his estranged wife is dating Paul McCartney. Larry King's wife, Shawn-Southwick King, is in rehab for an addiction to painkillers, but she denies she's suffering from depression. Adrian Grenier is trying to get a club in the Hamptons to pay him $50,000 to host his birthday party. Quentin Tarantino is considering casting porn star Tera Patrick for his remake of Faster, Pussycat, Kill! Kill! A nonprofit group is protesting NBC's new reality show, Baby Borrowers because it's apparently a bad idea to leave babies alone with strangers. The Wackness director Jonathan Levine had to teach Ben Kingsley how to properly smoke weed for his role. Christina Aguilera says she and her husband "make sure we have Mommy and Daddy nights out." Madonna's brother Christopher Ciccone is shopping a reality show based on the fact that he's Madonna's brother. Ousted Mets manager Willie Randolph bought some CDs and DVDs at J&R Music World. Cindy Adams reports that the boys of Gossip Girl are "engendering big gossip."