Good things apparently do come to those who wait. After seven years of gracing the pages of the SI Swimsuit issue our favorite California surfer girl finally gets on the cover. Her oversized billboard in New York is the only thing keeping the city warm right now.
The underdog theme in New York continued this week when Uno became the first beagle to win best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. We can only hope that Triumph was somewhere nearby covering this historical moment.
Apparently Bush's bodyguard acts like a "hit man" from a bad mob movie. He allegedly flashed his gun in court to Lloyd Lake, the sport marketer suing Bush. After fumbling this situation worse than his lateral in the Rose Bowl, we're guessing Bush shouldn't roll into court with meatheads packing heat.
These eight-year old videos of Berman popping off on the set of Monday Night Football are like discovering new 2 Pac songs. No matter how old they may be, they're still amazing.
At the rate Semi-Pro is being promoted, everyone might already be burned out on Jackie Moon by the time the film is released in two weeks but before the fatigue sets in enjoy Ferrell's hit single in the film, Love Me Sexy. It's almost as hot as the shoot he did with Heidi Klum.
Sir Charles says he lost $100,000 by listening to the advice of "experts" and betting on the Patriots during the Super Bowl. Our advice? Next time listen to a fellow degenerate gambler Artie Lange, who raked in $78,000 by betting on his Giants.
Quite possibly the oddest exchange in the history of jail bookings went down when O.J. arrived at a Nevada prison last month. The highlight was an officer asking Simpson, "So how is everything going besides the obvious?" To which Simpson responds, "Good. My dog just had seven puppies."
Vince McMahon's daughter and Triple H's wifey is preggers again for the second time in as many years. While we congratulate her on the news, we can't wait to see how daddy Vince will exploit this in an upcoming pay-per-view.
We're not sure where Shaq seems more out of place, running the fast break in Phoenix or dressing up like Little Elmo and taking in a Hannah Montana concert with his kids in Miami.
The saddest news of the week comes from Boston, where it was announced that Polaroid is getting out of the instant film production business. Tiny digital cameras are great but our walls are lined with the infamously slow developing pictures that were spit of those bulky Polaroid cameras.
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