The GOP head count at the address may make some headlines of its own. Henry Hyde says he'll watch on TV, "mostly because it's not fun." Former Republican Conference chairman Rep. John A. Boehner (Ohio) has other plans. Rep. Tom Coburn (Okla.) will proudly boycott. Even Rep. Christopher Shays (Conn.), who voted against impeachment, says he'll be hiding from the cameras in case he wants to applaud. Attendance from the Senate jury still figures to be strong, and of course House Democrats promised to support Clinton in full force. But that doesn't make Clinton -- who was rebuffed by Senate GOPers when he asked for a day off from the trial -- any happier about sharing his second straight address with the specter of Miss Monica. Which is just how the House managers want it. Get ready for two more days of more of the same.