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8 Reasons WWE Should Offer Carlito More Money To Return


WWE are currently enjoying quite the nostalgia kick, with Sting, Chris Jericho, and the Dudley Boyz all competing at the recent Night of Champions PPV. Several ex-superstars have also been linked with a comeback in recent weeks – none more so than Carlito, who reportedly turned down a deal a few days ago, due to the money being offered.

The former Us Champion spent seven years with the company – including a short stint in the developmental system – and left a mark thanks to his naturally heelish persona and nimble in-ring style. His WWE career was criminally cut short when he was released in 2010 for a violation of the Wellness Program, and returned to World Wrestling Council, his father’s Puerto Rico promotion.

Now that a connection between Carlito and the WWE have at least been reestablished, fans could well see the Bad Apple saunter onto Raw or Smackdown in the near future.
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YouTube Star Mamrie Hart “Mixes It Up” On ‘The Today Show’

If watching Mamrie Hart’s YouTube channel has taught us anything, it’s that there’s never a bad time for a little tipple, and the Am is no exception to that rule. The boozy comedienne behind You Deserve A Drink whipped up a morning cocktail during a June 29th appearance alongside Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford on NBC’s Today Show.

Hart appeared on Today to promote her new book (also titled You Deserve A Drink), which has become a New York Times bestseller since its release on May 26th. Hart’s book includes cocktail recipes based around significant events, and during her Today appearance, she mixed up one of those drinks: The Bad Apple, which celebrates Hart’s initial arrival in New York City. She created a custom potable for Hoda and Kathie Lee by using one ingredient for each initial in their names: Hard liquor, Kiwi,
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We Need More TV Shows About Scientists

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We Need More TV Shows About Scientists
Wgn's Manhattan debuted last week, joining Masters of Sex in the "TV shows about science" club. It's a good club. But it has far too few members. There should be so many more science shows! Shows about scientists, about their work, their home lives, the weird experiments they do — there's no end to the stories that could be told. Here are a few humble suggestions.Bad Apple: an eight-episode Netflix drama about the Stanford Prison ExperimentPremise: College students simulate a prison environment, and the "guards" begin psychologically torturing the "inmates" within three days.People never cite the second half of that apple aphorism — a few bad apples ruin the whole bunch. They all become bad apples! That's just apple science, I guess. The real experiment only lasted six days, but each episode could include Orange Is the New Black–style flashbacks to people's regular lives, plus the psychologists organizing
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Apple Begins Charm Offensive Against Critics: Claims Will Start Bringing U.S. Jobs Back

Wouldn’t it be swell if the studios and networks felt the same way about their own runaway production? Apple‘s chief Tim Cook took on his Bad Apple critics in interviews this week — one airing tonight on Rock Center With Brian Williams (see the video below) and the other with Bloomberg Businessweek. Now Cook is claiming a line of Apple’s Mac computers will be manufactured in the U.S. in 2013. Certainly the Cupertino company has met with terrible press recently on at least two fronts — those Chinese worker walkouts over allegations of oppressive Foxconn working conditions on the new iPhone 5, and The New York Times exposé about Apple using creative accounting and legal loopholes to deprive U.S. and California government coffers of billions in badly needed corporate tax dollars while the fiscal cliff looms. When Williams asked Cook why Apple isn’t a made-in-America company, Cook mentally
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Basement – colourmeinkindness Review

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Colour me in organizational skills, because fuck knows I need them.

I’ve had this album streaming from a super secret link for about a week now, and today I realise I’ve not actually reviewed it yet. On top of that I open my emails for the first time in the best part of a week to find my super-secret-stream is not so special anymore – the band have been streaming the album on Rock Sound since Monday. I am not a professional.

Anyhow, my own uselessness aside there’s an album to review.

colourmeinkindness is Basement’s second album. No mere sophomore effort though, colourmeinkindness is likely to be Basement’s swan song too – the band having announced an indefinite hiatus to follow the album’s touring duties this winter. Unfortunate news given that on this second album they appear to be really coming into their stride.
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Twilight’s Kristen Stewart Keels Over From Bad Apple In New ‘Snow White Huntsman’ Pic

Twilight's Kristen Stewart keels over from bad apple in new 'Snow White Huntsman' pic. Here's a new,exclusive photo from the new,upcoming "Snow White and the Huntsman" awesome flick,featuring the beautiful Twilight Saga starlet Kristen Stewart as Snow White the fairest of the all. Unfortunately,in this photo,she appears to have keeled over from one of the evil queen's nappy-looking, poisonous apples. Ugh. She should have known that thing was bad,because that apple looks tore up. Anyways, the movie stars: Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth, Sam Claflin, Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, Eddie Izzard, Bob Hoskins, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Stephen Graham, Ray Winstone, Lily Cole, Sam Spruell, Liberty Ross,and Noah Huntley. In the flick, Snow White gets trained to fight by the huntsman who was sent to kill her. From there on out, Snow kicks major butt in an effort to avoid the evil
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AfterElton Briefs: The "Revenge" Shirtless Pillow Fight, No "Glee" Afterglow, Hip-Hop's "Gay Mafia," and More!

Dustin Lance Black at the Washington, D.C. premiere of J Edgar

Birthday shoutouts! Eric Dane is 39, Nick Lachey is 38, and Nikki Blonsky is 23. Eric Stonestreet will not only present the first award on tonight's Cma's, he'll also sing a musical ditty about ... Kim Kardashian. In news that is sure to make Ed Kennedy squee, Disney Channel has renewed Phineas & Ferb for a fourth season. The remake of the 1980 trash classic Mother's Day will be released in the U.S. next year, but this is a very "loose" remake, and from the description, "loose" means "in name only." After all the publicity surrounding last night's Glee, it didn't help the ratings much, and in further bad news, Raising Hope is experiencing some startling slippage. Revenge is preempted tonight, but to tide you over til next week, here's the cast having a shirtless pillow fight. Just because.

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'Pride And Prejudice And Zombies' Marks The Dawn Of Zombified Literary Classics!

'Pride And Prejudice And Zombies' Marks The Dawn Of Zombified Literary Classics!
Seth Grahame-Smith is a smart man. He took something that millions already love and he widened its appeal. No easy task. Yet that's exactly what he accomplished with "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," cleverly introducing the living dead into Jane Austen's story of a young woman's search for love and independence in early 19th century England. It's a remarkable effort on Grahame-Smith's part and a seamless fusion in its execution. And now it's going to be turned into a movie, produced by and starring Natalie Portman.

I think it's universally agreed that the presence of zombies elevates any work of fiction. The popularity of "Zombies" led to another Austen remix, Ben H. Winters' "Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters," but I think it's folly to shift the focus away from the walking dead. So with the Portman/adaptation news hitting the trades today, I got to thinking. What other
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'Perfect' men: Noth, O'Malley set for Uni pic

'Perfect' men: Noth, O'Malley set for Uni pic
Chris Noth and Mike O'Malley are set to play opposite Hilary Duff in The Perfect Man, which Mark Rosman is directing for Universal Pictures. The story centers on a teenager (Duff) who is trying to find the best mate for her single mom. Noth plays a friend of the family who, unbeknownst to the women, just might have all the qualities they are looking for. O'Malley is one of the potential suitors. The role of the mother has yet to be cast. Marc Platt, Susan Duff and Dawn Wolfrom are producing. Holly Bario and Drew Crevello are overseeing for the studio. Production starts April 29 in Toronto. Noth is best known for playing Mr. Big on HBO's Sex and the City and Detective Mike Logan on Law & Order. The UTA-repped actor recently starred in the TV movie Bad Apple. O'Malley stars on CBS' Yes, Dear and has appeared in such features as Pushing Tin and Deep Impact. He is repped by CAA.

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