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Is Monday the new Sunday? HBO certainly hopes so. In an effort to jump-start a new night of original programming, the pay cabler will shift the fifth and final season of Six Feet Under to Monday nights when the show returns in June, Variety reports. The move comes as HBO's hold on Sunday night is slipping. Airing opposite Desperate Housewives, Carniv&#224le has been averaging just 1.7 million viewers this season. So that explains why "Management" was in such a foul mood last week. (That's a little inside joke for us Carniv&#224le buffs.) read more


And the award for Good Sport of the Year goes to... Halle Berry! The Oscar champ was dishonored as the worst actress of 2004 at Saturday's Golden Raspberry Award Foundation for her performance in Catwoman — and she actually showed up to accept her trophy! "I want to thank Warner Bros. for casting me in this piece of s---," she cracked, clutching her Razzie in one hand and her 2002 Oscar for Monster's Ball in the other. Catwoman also "won" worst picture, worst directing and worst screenplay. The Razzies elected President Bush worst actor for his career-defining turn in Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, one of four awards the doc earned. Congratulations to all the losers! read more


Will & Grace straighty Debra Messing has been cast as Drew Barrymore's older sis in Lucky You, a love story set in the world of professional poker, per The Hollywood Reporter. Hulk's Eric Bana is playing Barrymore's prospective sweetie. read more


Nine months after her "hush-hush" nups, Jennifer Lopez is finally confirming that she and Marc Anthony are indeed husband and wife. "Yes, we're married," she tells People. "I mean, come on, everyone knows. It's not a secret." In a wacky coincidence, Lopez's on-the-record acknowledgment comes just days before her new album, Rebirth, hits stores. What are the odds? read more


Fox's MADtv is exposing the big mystery behind ABC's Lost the only way it knows how — with a dead-on parody. On Saturday's show, the plane-crash survivors — as channeled by the MADtv troupe — will learn that they've been stranded on Survivor island when they run into special guest star Jeff Probst. In true Lost tradition, the skit will probe Jeff's back story via flashback. Keep your eyes peeled for a cameo by one Colby Donaldson. read more


Sideways was the toast of Hollywood's indie community Saturday, winning six Independent Spirit Awards, including best picture, best director for Alexander Payne and best lead actor for Paul Giamatti (take that Oscar.) Zach Braff, meanwhile, scored best first feature kudos for Garden State. Hey, a win for Garden State is a win for Scrubs! read more


Clint Eastwood's boxing saga Million Dollar Baby KO'd an Aviator sweep at Sunday's Academy Awards, winning best picture, best actress for Hilary Swank, best supporting actor for Morgan Freeman and best director for Eastwood. Martin Scorsese's Howard Hughes epic flew off with a field-best five Oscars, including best supporting actress for Cate Blanchett. (Try again next year, Marty.) And defying oddsmakers from Atlantic City to Vegas, Jamie Foxx won best lead actor for his underrated performance in Ray. For a complete winners list, click here. read more


Whitney Houston was rushed to a Paris hospital Thursday for treatment of apparent food poisoning, her publicist confirms. Houston fell ill on an Air France flight between Los Angeles and Paris. So, technically, she was pretty high when the puking started. read more


Former Friend David Schwimmer will make his London stage debut in Neil LaBute's new play Some Girls. Schwimmer will portray a low-down, dirty womanizer in the dark comedy, which is slated to begin its 13-week run on May 12. read more


Desperate Housewives has recruited comedy giant Bob Newhart to play the estranged boyfriend of Susan's mom (the recently cast Lesley Ann Warren) in an episode to air in April. read more

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