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Question: Hi. You have a great Q&A column. I've been following it for a while and I'm ready with a question myself. Is the actress who plays Kitty on Fox's That '70s Show the same voice-over artist who does Lydia Pearson, the mother on Disney's Saturday morning cartoon Pepper Ann? I find the voices to be somewhat similar and was just curious. Thanks for your time and keep up the great work. — Bryan R.

Televisionary: Why, thanks for the praise, Bryan. Just because I'm desperately insecure and crave reassurance doesn't mean it's not perfectly dandy to say something nice once in a while. (Now, if only the TVGO powers-that-be could learn to spread some love — or even some like.)

Truth is, Debra Jo Rupp plays Kitty Forman on Fox's That '70s Show while April Winchell is the voice of momma Lydia. Rupp has many a credit to her name, including spots on Friends, Seinfeld and ER, but Pepper Ann read more

SURVIVOR SECRET OUT?

CBS may have to sue itself for accidentally revealing the $1 million Survivor winner. One of the show's fans claims that a glitch on CBS's official web site inadvertently identified the victor. His findings have been posted on the anti-Survivor site, survivorsucks.com.

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CHER BELIEVES IN ADOPTION

Since she can't turn back time, 54-year-old pop diva Cher is considering adopting a baby daughter. According to Britain's Sunday Mirror, Sharon Stone, who recently adopted a little boy, made the Oscar winner a believer in adoption. "When I heard about Sharon, I knew what's been missing in my life," she told the Mirror. Cher has two children: Chastity, 31, and Elijah Blue, 23.

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X-MEN MORPH INTO BOX OFFICE CHAMPS

The mutants of X-Men muscled their way to the top of the box office over the weekend, grossing a whopping $57.5 million, the fourth-biggest three-day opening ever (behind The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Star Wars, Episode I and this summer's Mission Impossible II). Last week's top flick, Scary Movie, held strong in second place, taking in $26.1 million. Rounding out the top five were The Perfect Storm ($17.5 million), The Patriot ($11 million) and Disney's The Kid ($10.5 million).

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ABC UNVEILS POTTY SPOTS

In a move that officially confirms nothing is sacred, ABC today will announce plans for a new male-targeted advertising campaign that will place talking billboards over urinals in New York and Los Angeles, Variety reports. The spots — aimed at promoting Norm's move to Fridays this fall — will feature the voice of star Norm Macdonald cracking such thigh-slappers as "Oh my God, look at the size of that thing!" and "Hey, watch your shoes!" No word on how the network will reach those suffering from pee shyness.

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CRITICS HONOR WEST WING, MALCOLM

Emmy nominations won't be announced until Thursday, but NBC's The West Wing and Fox's Malcolm in the Middle are shaping up to be the early favorites. Both shows won big at the Television Critics Association Awards, held over the weekend. The White House drama took home honors as program of the year, new program of the year and outstanding drama series. Malcolm, meanwhile, was named outstanding comedy series and star Jane Kaczmarek won honors for individual achievement in comedy. James Gandolfini of The Sopranos took home the award for individual achievement in drama for the second year in a row.

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GARTH TO WED

Former Beverly Hills, 90210 resident Jennie Garth, 28, is engaged to Can't Hardly Wait actor Peter Facinelli, 26, People reports. The couple, which have a 3-year-old daughter, Luca Bella, plan to tie the knot in January. It'll be Garth's second trip down the aisle.

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CBS DISSES ROSIE?

Broadway's love affair with Rosie O'Donnell may be coming to an end. According to the New York Daily News, CBS will not invite the talk show queen back as host of the Tony Awards next year, opting to take the telecast "in another direction." This year's Tonys program was the lowest-rated in its history. — Michael Ausiello read more

CARVILLE'S PLAYBOY PARTY

Former President Clinton campaign strategist James Carville is hawking Captain Morgan Rum these days as "manager" of the fictitious "Captain Morgan for President 2000" campaign. Guess that explains why the hubby of political pundit Mary Matalin was surrounded by a bevy of Playmates Wednesday night in New York City at a party thrown by the rum maker and Playboy.com. — Michael Ausiello and Rich Brown read more

AH-NOLD MOONS HIS FAMILY

Arnold Schwarzenegger bared all in front of his family at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport, MA, over the Fourth of July weekend — and Friday's New York Post has the pics to prove it! The Terminator star reportedly stripped off his swimming trunks and dried off in the open air as several amused kids "squealed in delight" at the sight. read more

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