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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Daily Digest: "Clark and Michael" not as funny with naked Olivia Munn

Posted By on Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 2:19 PM

Ark. native Clark Duke co-hosted "Attack of the Show" last night. Olivia Munn gets "naked." Snooze. (But still holding out hope for "Hot Tub Time Machine.")

R.I.P Les Paul.

President Clinton's reading list.

Seth McFarlane has outted Stewie. Gawker suggest 10 other candidates to come out of the Cartoon Closet.

Because what's the point of doing Daily Digest without a "Mad Men" link, the time-lapse video of Jon Hamm's water-logged photo shoot for the ad you see everywhere.

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