GOOD WEEK/BAD WEEK
The Caddyshack star was victorious at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tourney
The stumbling PGA pro was fined after spitting on the green during the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic
Diet soda got a Fashion Week makeover when Pepsi unveiled a svelte can at the New York City event. Though the cola company calls it a "celebration" of "confident women," scarily skinny soda doesn't seem to jibe with high self-esteem.
Julian Assange's memoir is bound to be a best seller; now there's a good chance it might also be well written. Scottish novelist Andrew O'Hagan has been tapped to help the WikiLeaks founder write his book. Celebs have long used ghostwriters, but choosing a literary type like O'Hagan is less common. Still, O'Hagan is no stranger to channeling others. His last novel was written in the voice of a terrier.
Kaffi, 5, is an Icelandic sheepdog
Friends in High Places
They never really went away. But after years of so-so work, five-sixths of the former Friends finally seem to be getting their mojo back.
The Comeback P.S. I Love You
Web Therapy (Internet series)
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Madagascar Madagascar 2
Derailed • Rumor Has It ... Friends with Money • The Break-Up Marley & Me • Love Happens The Bounty Hunter • The Switch
Just Go with It
'Stay off the crack. Drink chocolate milk. Enjoy every moment. That's all I got.'
CHARLIE SHEEN, offering some practical advice to the UCLA baseball team. Sheen's substance-abuse problems have led his show, Two and a Half Men, to go on hiatus
Rallying for RoboCop
In the 1987 dystopian sci-fi flick RoboCop, the title character protected a crime-ridden Detroit. Appropriately, the city is now rallying to his defense. When Detroit Mayor Dave Bing politely declined a request via Twitter that the city erect a statue of the mechanized hero, he set off a minor Internet storm. As of Feb. 16, a website set up to raise money for the statue had surpassed its funding goal of $50,000 in pledges toward a plan to house RoboCop on a parcel of private land in a city park. Bing seems to have softened his position: a spokesperson said the mayor's office would consider erecting donated "public art." As for the person whose tweet started the whole affair, he later said it was only a joke.