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Our favorite middle-aged white rappers have returned with their eighth album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two (formerly known as Hot Sauce Committee Part One--it's a long story), accompanied by a 30-minute movie, Fight for Your Right Revisited. In the piece, Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood and Danny McBride play the 1980s Beasties as they drink and smash their way through New York City. There are more famous people here than in a Judd Apatow flick:
JOHN C. REILLY
Out of Flavor
Just four months after opening Flav's Fried Chicken in Clinton, Iowa, Public Enemy MC and reality-TV star Flavor Flav has closed the eatery, blaming his business partner for mismanagement ("I went up inside there on April 2, and I found potato salad that expired on Feb. 28," he told TMZ). Maybe Flav could go back to vintage clock making.
5 THINGS YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THIS WEEK
1. Roger Ebert's feelings.
He finally won the New Yorker caption contest, after 107 tries.
2. The viability of "Weird Al" Yankovic's act.
After much drama, he finally got the O.K. from Lady Gaga to parody one of her songs.
3. Getting lost when channel surfing for Keith Olbermann's new show.
It's going to have the exact same title as his old show.
4. Figuring out a way to shame Charlie Sheen.
One of his "goddesses" has done it for you, dumping him via text message.
5. Ever finding out if there's life in space.
Federal funding for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence has been scrapped.