Just when we thought Michael Jackson's molestation trial was nearing its grand finale, the judge has permitted jurors to watch a tape of the singer's accuser talking to police for the first time about the alleged abuse. If that happens, the defense says it wants to call the boy back to the witness stand for cross-examination. The case had been expected to go to the jury next week, but that now appears unlikely. In a separate development, the judge refused to grant a prosecution request to show a picture of Jackson's genitalia taken during the 1993 investigation. The accuser in that case said he could identify certain unusual markings of Jacko's, thus proving their relationship was more than just casual. The judge, however, said "the prejudicial effect would far outweigh any probative value." More importantly, that's no way to kick off the Memorial Day weekend.