These belong in the Whitney.
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"We were deeply dismayed to see this and find it unacceptable, disrespectful and in very bad taste."
Sorry, Prez, but the salt-and-pepper look really does suit you better.
Plus, Craig Ferguson can't out-weird Jeff Goldblum, on our regular late-night roundup.
Bush looks out at us undisturbed and pleased.
'Decision Points' sold well, but not as well as Bill Clinton's memoir.
"The misery in Louisiana affected me deeply as well."
Today, George W. Bush sold his book for a reported $7 million.
We take back all the mean things we ever said about him.
This is worse than that time Bush pulled out of Kyoto.
At last night's 'W.' premiere, we asked each actor to briefly analyze the real-life character they portray.
'I have great tape of McCain laughing at the crudest stuff ... His people said he couldn't do it. But he told me later, 'You got me good.''
Apparently Stone intends to market this thing like a spiritual sequel to 'Step Brothers.'
The leader of the free world is so unimportant that even self-righteous Hollywood blowhards can't be bothered to get angry at him.
Just a measly $78,000, apparently.
On Monday, we jokingly suggested that Oliver Stone's W might be a comedy. Today, we were proven right.
Are we finally getting a movie version of 'That's My Bush!'? It sure looks like it!
The music business, increasingly facing irrelevance in an economy ruled by technological innovation, has just announced its newest hire — it's some guy with a background in the music business!