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Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks

Brett Smiley of Weekend Hot Clicks with you for a couple days while Andy enjoys a swimsuit event.  Follow me on Twitter and send tips to basmiley [at] gmail [dot] com. 

Hair's A Problem

As the NFL coaching carousel goes round with Jim Caldwell landing in Detroit and Ken Whisenhunt in Tennessee, the Cleveland job remains open, yet presumed candidate Rob Ryan may be disqualifying himself due to his glorious, flowing mane. “If he wants to be a head coach, he has to cut his hair,” Chris Mortenson said executives told him. “It is about image for these guys. They want a CEO-type. That’s what they want.” Isn't winning king? Enjoy some photos of Ryan (above), whose dome is always rocking.

Ref Dances With Jazz Mascot Who Then Grinds On Him

Though he clearly wanted out, referee Mark Ayotte owes the Jazz Bear a few singles for this dance.

The Ultimate Warrior

In Extra Mustard's Q&A with Hall-of-Fame bound The Ultimate Warrior, the inductee discusses Andre the Giant, his legacy, face paint, and his inclusion in 2K Sports’ WWE 2K14.

Lovely Lady Round-up

UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste and model Bryana Holly joined forces in bikinis and here is the result ... CNBC announced its annual Dirty Dozen -- the most popular adult film stars ... Joanna Krupa poolside ... Nina Agdal stars in a beer commercial and now I want a case of that beer. The power of advertising.

The Time a Hockey Player Wore a Tin Foil Fish Head Hat for a Shootout

It happened in Russia. You figure out the rest.

The Time a Parrot Ratted Out Its Drunk-Driving Owner  

It happened in Mexico City.

Overtime

Here's a new one: a high school hoops game went into overtime when at the end of regulation, the would-be game-winning layup got stuck on the top of the rim.

Odds & Ends

The catch of his life: Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe married 60 years ago today ... I doubt Ulysses S. Grant figured Civil War-era weaponry would inspire high-powered T-shirt cannons ... Christian Laettner's jersey from the 1992 epic Duke-Kentucky game sold at an auction for a lot of money ... Zach Galifianakis and Louis C.K. are teaming up for an FX comedy ... A Drexel student wins a year's supply of Jimmy John's subs in a shootout. At three per day for the whole year, that's almost a $10,000 value (and a weight problem) ... Custom Air Jordan 10s from "Drake Night" selling on eBay for an absurd $100,000.

Ty Lawson's All-Star Campaign

Entertaining sketch showing Lawson's many skills -- around the office. [H/T ThatNBALotteryPick]

The Olympics Are Coming

19-year-old men's figure skater Jason Brown channels the Riverdance in an exciting routine (Riverdance portion comes at around 2:35). [H/T ForTheWin]

"White People Crazy"

Presented without comment -- there's plenty in the lyrics. [H/T BuzzFeed]

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