WHO YOU CALLIN' 'MO? Washington • Candace Bushnell promoted injectables.
• Teenaged rockers exploded in the Hamptons.
• We learned the plot lines for Canada's newest hit sitcom, Little Mosque on the Prairie.
• A bunch of jobs opened in Star's Boca bureau.
• You got to know Kate Middleton and Chelsy Davy, the objects of Prince William and Prince Harry's respective desires.
• Katie Couric played dress-up.
• "Entertaining guru" Jennifer Rubell and her boyfriend Daniel Kim's custody battle got ugly and very, very public.
• HarperCollins threw Judith Regan's publishing imprint into the remainder bin.
• HBO planned a pilot for a political talk show featuring Time.com blog queen Ana Marie Cox and comedian Marc Maron called The Gaggle.
• Don't pick up The Hitcher—or take a ride with its writer, Eric Red.
• Atonement author Ian McEwan had a weird couple months.
• Dane Cook—or someone playing him in cyberspace—went off on a blogger.
• Britney Spears had a Jew jones.
• Who did Bill O'Reilly hate more, liberal judges or children who enjoyed their abduction and molestation (or himself?)
• After the latest Hollywood
catfight dogfight, Dr. Burke was diagnosed with a mortal case of homophobic bravado.