Marlboro 100.

Not to interrupt the summer of Blair or anything, but we feel it's imperative to pass this article and, more, this photo on to you. Obviously.

As you were.


Enhance your fancy dance pants!

Break out those footy franks and the Tia Maria, Leonardo aficionados! The funniest thing to come out of Australia since anything with "crocodile" in its name is back. That's right—all 0 Australian readers of this site have only one week from Sunday until the new series of Kath & Kim premieres at 7:30 p.m. on Channel 7 there. We did a little sleuthing and found Channel 7's official Kath & Kim website featuring a hi-larious sneak peek of the upcoming season. The ladies are foxier than ever, and we hope BBC America or the Sundance Channel brings the new eppies over the ocean pacifically to our living room(/bedroom/kitchen/hamper) asap. (Or maybe someone who's reading this can tell one of their Australian friends to make torrents of the new episodes so someone—not us—can download them.)

In the meantime, why not relive the magic by ordering the season 1 and 2 box set from HMV UK—they're offering it for only £7.99 with £4 overseas shipping (that's about $24 for four discs, including shipping!) What? You say you can't play region 2 DVDs. Pshaw! Unfortunately, for season 3 and Da Kath & Kim Code, you'll have to pay retail. But it's worth it, and you'll be our second-best friend if you do.


The Sean of spring.

We haven't posted any Degrassi news in a while, mostly because we lost of track of when seasons were beginning and ending. For all we know, Liberty is the size of a house and is terrorizing Canada. Oh, wait, that's what was happening the last time we watched. Anyway, this winter, Degrassi's own ne'er-do-well, Sean, will join the Broadway company of our favorite musical in a long time, Spring Awakening. No word on who he will play, but there's a one in eight chance you will get to see Sean ass. If you're into that.

We are hoping this will lead to an entirely Degrassi-populated Spring Awakening, with Snake and Spike playing the adult roles. Are you listening, Broadway??? Eh???