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Lost Numbers Win Real-Life Lottery: Another Sign of the Apocalypse?

5 January 2011 8:50 AM, PST

Maybe everyone in Movieline HQ's luxury apocalypse bunker is just paranoid, but there have been an awful lot of bizarre signs that could mean that the end of time is near. Like the 2,000 dead birds falling from thy sky in Arkansas, or the hundreds of thousands of dead fish that washed onshore just miles away, or the Australian flooding. And now, in another eerie coincidence that seems to have been designed by God -- or Jacob -- Himself, Hurley's winning numbers on Lost have gone on to win an actual mega millions lottery. »

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The Mike & Molly Fat Tracker: 'You're Sweating Like a 300 Pound Hooker in Church'

4 January 2011 8:00 AM, PST

What is the one thing worse than sitting through a three-hour opera while sick? Watching an overweight sitcom character sweat through a three-hour opera while he's sick. Hence last night's episode of Mike & Molly, "Mike Goes to the Opera," in which Mike caught a virus and his friends and family missed no less than ten opportunities to make fat jokes at his blubbery expense. "Don't they just put animals your size down when they get sick?"* Hey-oh? »

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It's Official: Gwyneth Paltrow Hosting SNL with Musical Guest Cee Lo Green

4 January 2011 7:30 AM, PST

This explains all of the "Paltrow to duet with Cee Lo" reports from yesterday: NBC has confirmed to Movieline that Paltrow will host Saturday Night Live on Jan. 15 and, yes, the musical guest is Cee Lo Green. (This news was originally reported as a duet to occur this weekend, which made little sense considering that Jim Carrey is hosting.) And, yes, the smart money would concur that we will see a duet between these two on Cee Lo's smash hit "F*ck You," whose sanitized version Paltrow covered on Glee. [NBC] »

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Late Night Highlights: Watch Gwyneth Paltrow and Jimmy Fallon Sing '90s R&B

4 January 2011 6:30 AM, PST

Last night, Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow kicked off 2011's late night programming -- and prepared for that imminent Cee Lo duet -- by putting on a pair of flip shades and crooning suggestive lyrics to Jimmy Fallon. Elsewhere, David Letterman revealed that he once cried during a McDonald's commercial, Jon Stewart proved that Barack Obama is actually Luke Skywalker, Stephen Colbert talked Spiderman, and Paula Abdul acted crazy. »

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Cee Lo Might Crash SNL

3 January 2011 2:40 PM, PST

Just days after Cee Lo revealed that he would gladly team up with Gwyneth Paltrow, despite her work covering "F*ck You" for Glee, the Country Strong star says she might appear with the Grammy-nominated singer on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live. "We're sort of emailing each other, we don't know where that's gonna go," said Paltrow. "But I am such a big fan of Cee Lo, he is so gorgeous and talented and amazing." Whatever that means. For reference, Jim Carrey is hosting this weekend with musical guest The Black Keys. Stay (unfortunately) tuned. [Nyp] »

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Part II: Can We Sit and Watch the Own Network? Movieline Investigates

3 January 2011 12:10 PM, PST

Oprah Winfrey launched her new network on New Year's Day, and I have news for you: It's still on right now. Like, it's on in front of me. It's making noise and Oprah gestures and Travoltan shrieks. Right now. If this Oprah insists on buying the airwaves surrounding my beloved Game Show Network and Teen Nick, I guess she deserves serious consideration. Join me on a day-long live-blog, and click through to page two for the most recent updates. »

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