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Posted at 12:47 PM ET, 01/ 8/2011

Read this: Richard Wolffe, Jim Irsay, Kennedys miniseries, Jane Krakowski, etc.

By The Reliable Source

Richard Wolffe (Charles Ommanney)

Is America ready for a White House press secretary with a British accent? Reporter/pundit Richard Wolffe emerges as an intriguing darkhorse in the race to replace Robert Gibbs. He probably trails administration candidates like Jay Carney and Bill Burton, report our colleagues Jason Horowitz and Anne Kornblut.

Colts owner Jim Irsay battled a pain-killer addiction a few years ago... so is it fair of us to wonder if his new substance of choice is Twitter? Irsay sometimes tweets 50 times a day since he took up the habit a month ago, reports Rick Maese.

Also: History Channel pulls plug on the Greg Kinnear/Katie Holmes miniseries about the Kennedys, on account of it apparently not being historical... Jane Krakowski, first-time pregnant at 42...Uproar over departure of NPR editor in Juan Williams flap...



"Finely crafted lifestyle porn for Anglophiles. (And I think you know who you are.)"

-- Hank Stuever on "Downton Abbey"


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"Finely crafted lifestyle porn for Anglophiles. (And I think you know who you are.)"

Raises hand! I love that sh*t.

Posted by: dadada | January 8, 2011 4:06 PM | Report abuse

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