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Topic - Tom Arnold
Dax Shepard puts his friends, fiance Kristen Bell, even his own vehicles to good use in "Hit & Run," a fun little car-chase comedy that's quite infectious _ the good time clearly had by the filmmakers rubs off on the audience.
Nashville's Bridgestone Arena is turning into quite a memorable place for Carrie Underwood and her hunky husband, NHL star Mike Fisher.
What humans have managed to build underground is, in some cases, equally magnificent and, in most cases, many times more fascinating than what exists above.
Through a glass, briefly, Charlie Sheen. I know, I know. Some of you aren't interested, and I can dig it. But here's a guy who is tossing his blessings into the toilet — and his illness is hiding that fact.
You needn't have shared a joint with Mr. Sheen to know that if he were, say, your 12-year-son, you would have sought treatment for him.