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ACLU Lends Larry Craig a Helping Handjob

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Private places: Probably way-gay Sen. Larry Craig finds a fluffer in the ACLU, which declares that sex in restroom stalls is a private, not a public, act. Citing a previous Minnesota Supreme Court ruling, the civil rights group files a brief supporting the senator, saying people who get busy in public potties behind closed stall doors "have a reasonable expectation of privacy." That's always been our Saturday night motto.

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Heavenly bodies: Reigning beefcake Matthew McConaughey and girlfriend Camila Alva jump on the rapidly crowding baby train, announcing they have a bun in the oven and using the "God" word far more times than we're comfortable with.

And then he came to an end: Actor Brad Renfro was found dead in his Los Angeles apartment Tuesday. No word yet on a cause of death, but Renfro had a history of drug abuse, which in the coke den that is Hollywood is like saying he occasionally got a haircut.

Fierce competition: Hillary Clinton tapes an interview with Tyra Banks, to air this Friday on Miss Thing's talk show. Gab topics include just what they'll call Bill if Hill wins. "We need to do a nationwide contest for a name.... His Scottish friends say 'first laddie,' but we need ideas."

• <a href="http://www.tmz.com/2008/01/16/is-spade-going-to-be-a-daddy/

" target="_blank">In(seminating) spades: Jillian Grace, a 22-year-old Playboy Playmate claims she's carrying David Spade's lust child.

Fast food nation: Gwyneth Paltrow hospitalized as years of macrobiotic eating and a recent "live-food fast" finally take their toll on blondie. Or, <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/rush_molloy/

http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/rush_molloy/">maybe she's expecting another Coldplay spawn?

Last month's rent: After nearly 12 years, the producers of the musical Rent announce the Broadway show will close this June. High school theater students across the nation battle with depression and melancholy, vow to use this tragedy to feed their art.

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