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Posted at 8:33 AM ET, 03/22/2006

Morning Mix: Chef Returns to 'South Park'; New Book Focuses on First Lady

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Chef returns in new "South Park" episode tonight... New book claims First Lady Laura Bush used fertility drugs; sneaks cigarettes... Huffington apologizes for "fake" Clooney blog post... New Bond Daniel Craig signs up for second film... Prince sued for painting title of new album (review) on rental home... Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke turns down meeting with Tony Blair... Joan Rivers looking for love on Star Jones Reynolds recovering after plastic surgery complications... Jennifer Anniston gets rid of Brad's clothes... Fred Savage ("Wonder Years") and wife expecting first child... Bobby Brown will reunite with New Edition for music festival... Hank Williams Jr. accused of sexual harassment... Harry Shearer shares tidbits about "Simpsons" feature-length film... Godfather: The Game, as in a videogame including voiceover work from James Caan and Robert Duvall, launches today.

By Liz Kelly  | March 22, 2006; 8:33 AM ET
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J Freedom du Lac's review of Prince's 3121 suggests that the Purple One hasn't produced a worthy CD since 1992. Only someone who believes that Prince begins and ends at Purple Rain would say such a thing. "Rave unto the Joy Fantastic" anyone? If Prince hadn't been feuding with his lable for so long, this CD along with Emancipation would have been huge hits. Think about it. Prince did sizzling duets with both Eve and Gwen Stefani for "Rave" and those songs didn't even get videos!

Posted by: Omnoir | March 22, 2006 9:57 PM | Report abuse

Great South Park episode last night! The analogy is perfect. I wonder if we will see the Darth Vader Chef in future episodes.

Posted by: South Park Fan | March 23, 2006 12:44 PM | Report abuse

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