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5/7/2013 10:00:00 PM
Column: Reese's apology good, can't excuse the car
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?

Reese Witherspoon apologized Friday after a video aired of her ranting at cops while they arrested her husband for DUI in a rented Ford Focus in Georgia. That's fine for the real folks. Now she has to return to Los Angeles and explain why they were in a Ford Focus.

Martha Stewart admitted on the Today Show Friday she has joined an online dating site looking for a lover. It won't take her long. Martha Stewart wrote on her profile form that she likes romance, red wine, long walks on the beach and insider trading information.

Sprint Cup journeyman Dave Ragan passed Carl Edwards on the final lap Sunday and won his first race at the Talledega Superspeedway. History was made twice that day. It is also the first time in the history of Sprint Cup competitions that a race featured a gay car.

Arnold Schwarzenegger wrote a tell-all book detailing his longtime adulterous affair with his Los Angeles housekeeper and he's called it Total Recall. It gets worse. The maid responded by writing a book about the affair and she's called it Alien versus Predator.

Mad Men's Christina Kendricks did an ad for Johnny Walker scotch during the show's telecast Sunday. It's a drama about the debauchery in an ad agency in the Sixties. It's the only liquor ad on TV with a tag line that urges you to remember to drink irresponsibly.

Robert Downey Jr.'s third turn as Iron Man was a smash hit Sunday with five hundred million at the box office. What a story. Robert Downey got sober once and for all ten years ago and today he's the biggest movie star in the world, but Lindsay Lohan still wants proof.

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