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Topic - Jon Lovitz
Hugh Hefner's celebrating the new year as a married man once again.
Charlie Sheen smiled through a Comedy Central roast as Mike Tyson, William Shatner, actress Kate Walsh and half a dozen comedians riffed on his high-profile year.
NBC soon will be tasked with doing the impossible: replacing one of TV's funniest lead characters on one of TV's funniest comedies.
Mr. Lovitz told the New York Post that he confronted Mr. Dick at the famed Laugh Factory in Los Angeles after Mr. Dick told him last year that he had put the "Phil Hartman hex" on him — referring to Mr. Hartman's 1998 murder by his wife Brynn — and suggesting that Mr. Lovitz might die soon.
Mr. Lovitz expected an apology last Wednesday, but it wasn't forthcoming, so, "I pushed him ... Then I pushed him again really hard," Mr. Lovitz says. "He's a disgusting human being. All the comedians are glad I did it."