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2009 Reliable Source Tournament

A change of administration ends Jenna Bush's dominance of our annual tourney, and a new crop of contenders we never imagined a year ago (Roland Burris? Val Kilmer?) is coming on strong. Send your picks for the Gossip Final Four to reliablesource@washpost.com.

What's the story on these teams?...

BAD IDEAS division

Accepting car service
TurboTax
Sen. Caroline
Sen. Burris
"Bachelor" engagement
Bristol & Levi
American Music Ball
Youth Ball

HOMETOWN HEROES division

Carla Hall
Bald Miss Va.
Chris Cooley, producer
Jason Taylor, actor
Fenty kids
Blonde Charity Mafia
New GMU mascot
Screech makeover


A-LIST division

Brad Pitt meets Prez
Clooney meets Prez
Oprah at WH
Jonas Bros. at WH
Gov. Val Kilmer?
Schooltrip dad Rob Lowe
Meghan McCain
Laura Ingraham


OBAMARAMA division

Michelle's arms
Jill's day job
Basketball games
PTA meetings
Swingset on lawn
Dancing at parties
"Wimpy" snowdays
"Tax. w/o Rep." Plates

By The Reliable Source  |  March 23, 2009; 1:02 AM ET
 
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Comments

Laura Ingraham and Megham McCain as A-List...NOT.

Replace Screech with Alex Ovechkin's acting. Check out the sports bog with his Eastern's commercial with Chris Cooley.

Posted by: SuperG5 | March 23, 2009 1:40 PM | Report abuse

I would like to know which DC Easter Tradition the Obamas are going to do:

Egg roll at the White house
or
Monday: National Zoo.

Are they even going to go to the National Zoo the Monday after Easter?

Evelyn Boettcher

Posted by: for_junkmail | March 23, 2009 2:08 PM | Report abuse

I am disappointed that you are dropping Judge Parker and retaining Mutts and Lio, two really annoying strips. Bad decision.

elshap

Posted by: elshap | March 25, 2009 9:53 AM | Report abuse

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