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June 02, 2008

The Burn Off: Reality TV school, Kim Cattrall

-- A school that teaches you how to become a reality TV star. Wait, isn't the whole point of going to school to avoid having to become a reality TV star?

-- A nicely done interview with Harold Perrineau where he carefully finesses his views about the departure of his "Lost" character, but still ends up sounding pretty self important: "(It) could be my actor pride too: 'It should have been bigger!’ " Ayuh. Also, Perrineau joins ABC pilot.

-- Headline: "Planet Green network not what you might expect." Um, did anybody have any expectations for Planet Green?

-- Critics don't much seem to like USA's "In Plain Sight." UPDATE: But viewers do.

-- "Sex and the City" co-star Kim Cattrall is back at HBO with another sex-themed single-camera comedy project set in New York.


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