Five Questions With Alyssa Milano
Alyssa Milano :: Jason Merritt/Getty Images


Get all previous editions of Hot Clicks here. Follow Jimmy Traina on Twitter here. Become a fan of Hot Clicks on Facebook here. E-mail a comment, question or link here.

Anyone who grew up in the '80s has a soft spot for Alyssa Milano. The Who's the Boss star and Dodgers fanatic has a new sitcom, Romantically Challenged, that debuts tonight on ABC at 9:30 pm. ET. Milano recently took time out to answer five quick questions for Hot Clicks Nation.

SI.com: Everyone knows you are a huge Dodgers fan. What's your prediction for the team this year? What is your biggest concern about them?

Milano: I never make baseball season predictions. Truly, anything can happen in baseball because the season is so damn long. I appreciate every game and just ride the wave. For the last few years, my concern has been our starting rotation and the fact we haven't had a true "ace" for quite some time. Other than that, I'm concerned with the McCourt's and the circus their divorce has turned into.

SI.com: Your new show is called Romantically Challenged. Romantically challenged athletes have been in the news a lot lately. What advice would you give Tiger and Elin Woods?

Milano: Ha! I would tell Tiger not to begin messages to mistresses with "Hi. This is Tiger." In my experience, not THAT many men's first names are Tiger. All kidding aside, I'm the wrong person to be giving advice to the romantically challenged. I'm happily married now, but my journey to find my happily ever after was filled with crazy amounts of angst and strike outs (pun intended). Ultimately though, I feel that everyone is on their own path and no one really knows the inner workings of a relationship, but the two people that are in it. I wish them both well and hope they are taking the steps to heal and grow.

SI.com: You have a clothing line of sports apparel for women. Which team (besides the Dodgers) do you think has the coolest uniform in sports? Which team has the ugliest?

Milano: I love the Yankees uni's. In football, I love the New York Giants colors. In basketball, I like the Celtics uniforms. Hockey, the New York Rangers. I tend to gravitate toward the classic uniforms that haven't changed much through the years. The ugliest uniform had to have been the late '70s-early '80s Pirates uniform with the striped cap! The '80s were just not a good era for fashion in general.

SI.com: You're a big Tweeter. What do you like most about Twitter? Is there anything you don't like about it?

Milano: I love that Twitter can be anything the user makes it. I love that it makes me feel like I am a member of a community and that it gives me a platform to use my voice to inspire positive change. There really isn't anything I don't like about Twitter as a service, although, there are times that I don't like how a user chooses to use the service. I have seen numerous accounts that seem to be used solely to spread hurtful or ignorant views. Luckily, there is a "block" button.

SI.com: What do you think Samantha Micelli is doing today?

Milano: Samantha Micelli owns a baseball team. Duh.

Postgame Antics
Inspired by Chan Ho Park's honest admission last week that diarrhea was the reason for a poor outing, Manofest has put together a look at the 10 funniest postgame interviews in sports history. The Andrea Kremer-Tom Brady video is a must-watch.
Props To The Phillies
The organization is going to roll out the red carpet for the 11-year-old girl who was vomited on by a fan last week.
Sixty For Scully
Vin Scully :: David Livingston/Getty Images
Yesterday was the 60th anniversary of Vin Scully's tenure with the Dodgers. Some people paid tribute to the legendary broadcaster by getting his face tattooed on their arms. Others, such as ESPN's Jon Miller, do funny imitations of Scully.
E-Mail Of The Day
Reader Will Tabar says, "What's up Hot Clicks? Hope you like this story. During The Roots concert at the Allen Theater in Cleveland tonight, the subject of LeBron going to New York came up more than once. Rapper/MC 'Black Thought' (Tariq Trotter) got the crowd (mostly Cavs fans) riled up during the set when he said he can't wait for next season when LeBron is a Knick. To make matters worse, at the end of the show, he scribbled a message on a drum head that was tossed into the crowd. The message? 'LeBRON is COMING TO NYC. YOU DO know that. (RIGHT)' The kid who caught the drum head let me snap a picture on my cell phone. The kid just said, 'That's mean, man.' The Roots put on a crazy awesome show tonight, and it should be noted that one of the drummers, Frank 'Knuckles' Walker wore a LeBron 2008-09 MVP T-shirt and an orange and blue CAVS hat he repeatedly held up in the air in support of the local fans. I'd also like to note my own bias in this story since I'm a lifelong Cavs fan and KNOW that LeBron will stay a Cav for at least the next 3-4 seasons. Hot Clicks rocks on a daily basis. Thanks for your time. I'm looking forward to the beginning of a Cavalier dynasty with the King at the helm!"
Funny Foul Ups
Uncoached.com has found 15 examples of when TV news captions go wrong.
Sports Video Of The Day
We've posted own goals before in Hot Clicks, but this is the first time we're posting one that took place in overtime of a playoff game, which is what happened to San Jose defender Dan Boyle last night.

Parody Video Of The Day
Hot Clicks posted video of Scott Stapp's Marlins tribute song last week. Here is better version. (Thanks to Stanton Schumacher, of Lincoln, Ill., for the link.)

SI Apps
We've Got Apps Too
Get expert analysis, unrivaled access, and the award-winning storytelling only SI can provide - from Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkins, Seth Davis, and more - delivered straight to you, along with up-to-the-minute news and live scores.