Hot Clicks: Mila Kunis; Ndamukong Suh fined by NFL

Suh's Smooth Moves
Ndamukong Suh :: Al Pereira/Getty Images

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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has had an eventful rookie season (which included attempting an extra point in Week 9). On Sunday, he was flagged for this shove on Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and today, he was fined $15,000 for the shove. The penalty was a joke; the fine is downright criminal. But I want to focus on more important matters, like Suh rocking a Michael Jackson glove and doing the moonwalk.
Lighten Up
ESPN college basketball analyst Bobby Knight seems so happy to be on TV.
William Rhoden of the New York Times wrote a story Monday BEFORE the Jets-Patriots game titled, "The Day the Patriots Empire Began to Crumble." The story also contained this gem: "The Jets are in ascendancy, while New England is in retrograde." After the game, the Times made changes to the story.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Mila Kunis :: Steve Granitz/Getty Images
Mila Kunis currently stars in Black Swan with Natalie Portman (we hear there's some, um, interesting scenes in the movie), and gets today's LLOD honors.
Sports + Wrestlers
Ric Flair will be the Titans honorary 12th man for their game tomorrow night against the Colts. Meanwhile, the CHL's Dayton Gems just announced they'll soon be holding Jerry Lawler Night, which will include helmets and jerseys to honor The King.
Work Ethic Video Of The Day
A jeep crashes through a barber shop window, but that doesn't stop the one of the workers from getting back to his haircut.

Real Or Fake Video Of The Day
Marine knocks out a fellow Marine with a light karate chop. (Thanks to Steve S., of Glendale Heights, Ill., for the link.)

Music Video Of The Day
Here's a little Hanukkah number. (Thanks to Aaron, of New York., for the video.)

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