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BRIDEZILLA

Goldie Hawn is in talks to star in and produce a comedy feature based on the recent Washington Post article titled "Bride and Joy: Guiding Mom Down the Aisle." The film follows a young woman who finds herself in the unlikely position of planning her mother's nuptials. Hawn would play the mom. read more

SCOOBY SCRIBE

Apparently, Freddie Prinze Jr. is serious about this writing thing. The actor — who last year penned an episode of the syndicated action series Mutant X — has inked a deal to develop and co-write a TV movie for MTV. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the untitled comedy will center on a group of teenagers trying to throw a prom. read more

EVERYBODY LOVES CASH

All that spinoff talk got Everybody Loves Raymond co-star Brad Garrett thinking about a raise. According to Variety, Garrett is hitting up his Raymond bosses for a "significant" pay hike for the upcoming eighth season. read more

REALLY?

Don't count out this summer's spate of reality shows just yet. Last week, CBS's Big Brother 4 and Fox's Paradise Hotel scored their best ratings to date. Also making impressive Nielsen gains: NBC's The Restaurant, For Love or Money 2 and Who Wants to Marry My Dad. The moral of this story? We're all going to hell. read more

FROM ACROSS THE POND...

Fox is developing an American take on the U.K. comedy The Savages, about a young couple coping with parenthood. The U.S. version, however, will add an extra twist: It'll be really bad. read more

PARIS BOUND

Celebutante Paris Hilton — star of Fox's upcoming fish-out-of-Beverly Hills reality series The Simple Life — will make her television acting debut when she guest stars on the season premiere episode of That '70s Show on Oct. 29. She'll play a love interest for Danny Masterson's Hyde character. read more

IN RELATED NEWS...

On last night's Paradise Hotel, male model Keith proved that, even among the horndogs and alley cats of Fox's reality sexcapade, chivalry is alive and well — he booted misogynist meathead Zack. On the downside, by now we're sure the muscle-bound bully has filed suit against Keith, Fox and even host Amanda Byram. He does, after all, have lawyer in him. read more

Who Should Play Frasier's Maris?


After a decade as the most talked-about character on NBC's Frasier, if not in television history, Maris Crane may finally be ready to show her face. "About a third of the way through this season," teases executive producer Christopher Lloyd, "there's a big, life-altering event involving Maris once again making trouble in Niles's life" — and, he adds, there's "a chance" that we'll at last get a gander at the mystery woman. Ah, but who could possibly portray her, given the seemingly impossible qualities she is said to possess? "It's virtually impossible to find a human being who contains all [of Maris's] attributes," Lloyd acknowledges. Nonetheless, we've come up with a few unusual suspects:

Calista Flockhart: The McNugget-eschewing erstwhile read more

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?

Britney Spears and Mary J. Blige will help launch the 2003 National Football League season by giving a free concert on Sept. 4 at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. This will mark Spears's first major gig since taking a powder last year. Kid Rock and Aerosmith are also being recruited for the show, which will air from 8-9 pm/ET on ABC, followed by the big Redskins/Jets game. read more

Race's Millie and Chuck Speak!

It's been several months since Millie and Chuck were eliminated from The Amazing Race (their swan song aired last Thursday), but the couple still can't quite get over the mistakes they made on their nail-biting sprint to the finish against rival team Jon and Kelly. "We think about it every single day," moans Chuck. "We need psychotherapy to deal with it," Millie adds jokingly. Here, America's best-known virgins discuss the race and their relationship.


TVGO: First thing's first: Are you two still a couple? The final moments of the episode implied that your future together was somewhat in doubt.
Chuck:
We are still together and we're working things out right now. You don't have enough time, believe me.
Millie: When you're racing, you feel like, "Oh my gosh, we are so mean to each other, so we must be wrong for each other." Then you come back and watch the show and you see that read more

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