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Posted at 11:13 AM ET, 02/ 7/2011

Read this: Super Bowl viewing, Allison Pearson, Jane Harman

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Hank Stuever watched the Super Bowl -- not so much the game as the game around the game -- and wraps it all up for us: Christina Aguilera botching the National Anthem, the Black Eyed Peas annoying us, Bill O'Reilly's interview with President Obama, but most importantly, the Super Bowl commercials: Darth Vader kid, Dorito dust-huffing guy, Eminem's plea for Chrysler, "imported from Detroit." The only SuperBowl viewing wrapup you need, chock full of video and links.

Allison Pearson suffered her own bout of overwhelmed-mommie depression after the runaway success of her overwhelmed-mommie novel "I Don't Know How She Does It." She's back now with a story of 1970s tween-girl obsession, focus: David Cassidy.

Rep. Jane Harman -- wife of Newsweek's new billionaire owner Sidney Harman -- is poised to step down, says Chris Cillizza.

By The Reliable Source  | February 7, 2011; 11:13 AM ET
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