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These Were the Last Five Days Of Our Lives

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

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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.

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• "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.

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