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This Week Felt Like Five Days

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

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MASTERPIECE Sly Style Another week comes to an end, and all our favorite people are in the news. Remember the time ...

Tom Cruise added a tasteful diamond ring to his man-girdle and elevator shoes ensemble.

Mel Gibson tantalized fans with possible deleted scenes from Apocalypto and a new WWI TV series in the works.

• Think Ramadan is just too darn long? So does Ann Coulter.

Conan O'Brien blamed his Horny Manatees on the FCC, not his own weird personal interest.

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• Fox News accidentally released the name of the accuser in the Duke Lacrosse rape trial before hastily pulling it down from their website.

• Anchorwoman Katie Couric implored Esquire to "bite" her and Howard Stern threatened to steal Oprah's best friend, Gayle King.

• The authors of Sweet Jesus, I Hate Bill O'Reilly were condemned to the fiery pits of hell.

FHM folded and a little part of lads everywhere died.

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Angelina Jolie tried to strong-arm Vogue over the magazine's writer choice and Hollywood's favorite friendly scribe Liz Smith saw her daily column trimmed back to three times per week.

• A lawyer for Superman producer Jon Peters spoke back to charges against him.

• Are blogs a fad? RadarOnline.com's own Tyler Gray went on Studio B with Shepard Smith to discuss it.

• And, finally, what you've all been waiting for: The art of Sylvester Stallone.

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