Just when we thought we were done writing the words "Michael Jackson" and "in court" next to each other day in and day out, the dethroned King of Pop went and got himself sued again. This time, it's a Manhattan financial firm that's hauling Jacko before a judge; the suits hope to force him to pony up $48 million in fees they claim he owes for their help refinancing his bank debts and cutting him a bigger slice of the Beatles' song-catalog pie. At least I finally got to type "the Beatles" and "song-catalog pie" next to each other. I thought that would never happen!