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Morning Meme: The Situation Calls Out A&F, "Angel" Invades "Supernatural," and a Glimpse of Teddy

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So the news on Wednesday was about Abercrombie & Fitch offering to pay the cast of the Jersey Shore not to appear in their clothes. The Situation tweeted that their PR sux, since A&F create a "Gtl" shirt obviously from the show. And MTV called it savvy PR, and offered to work with A&F to "leverage Jersey Shore to reach the largest youth audience on television." I feel dirty and used.

Here are instructions on sword swallowing. Pfft. Like we need those here!

Nicolas Winding Refn says that he's been told his opportunity to make a Wonder Woman movie hinges on how well his remake of Logan's Run does.

Rep. Tammy Baldwin is an early favorite to upgrade from the House to the Senate in Wisconsin. The Victory Fund has said her election is a priority.

Not only is Texas inflicting Rick Perry on the rest of the country,
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PGA elects Gordon, Koch co-presidents

Mark Gordon and Hawk Koch have been elected co-presidents of the Producers Guild of America.

Results of the PGA's national board and delegate 2010 election were announced Friday, following the annual General Membership Meeting on the Culver Studios lot.

Other newly PGA national board officers include: vice president of motion pictures Gary Lucchesi; vice president of television Hayma "Screech" Washington; and treasurer Lauren Shuler Donner. Gale Anne Hurd was named recording secretary, which is an appointed post.

Outgoing PGA president Marshall Herskovitz, who served two two-year terms, received special recognition at the meeting for his service to the guild, and was appointed to the post of president emeritus.

"We're extremely honored to have the confidence and support of the Guild membership," Gordon and Koch said. "As co-presidents, we're dedicated to building upon the Guild's 60 year history of serving and empowering the producing community. During our tenure we hope to continue
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