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October 05, 2000

That's Show Biz: "Hollywood executives were forced to listen to senators scold them over the marketing of violent movies. . . . They know what kind of movies senators want to see. . . . To get [senators] off [its] back, Disney agreed to make '101 Donations.' "(Argus Hamilton)

Oh, Really!: "According to E! Online, CBS is close to signing a deal for a 'Big Brother' sequel. It'll be called, 'Oh Brother!' " (Daily Scoop)

Lights, Camera, Run : "NBC . . . took Olympic viewers for a tour of an Australian brothel. . . . Prostitution is legal down there and I guess a world record was set in the 100 meter dash by nine married guys trying to beat the camera crew coming in." (Jay Leno)

Hit It! : "Boxer Oscar De La Hoya plans to release an album of love songs and ballads when he retires in two years. . . . Does it include a remake of 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot'?" (Daily Scoop)

Wedding Night Jitters: "Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith got nearly $450 million from the estate of oilman J. Howard Marshall II. When they married, she was 26 and he was 89. She was very nervous on their wedding night because her mother never told her about CPR." (Hamilton)

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