20 Percent of Women Would Sleep With the Jersey Shore Guys

... A survey done by Wet, a leading manufacturer of "intimacy products," has found that 20 percent of women would have sex with one of the Jersey Shore guys. Technically the survey said 80 percent of those surveyed wouldn't sleep with them, but using my math skills, I turned it around because it's way more interesting to think that one in five women would do the horizontal Lambada with The Situation. [Radar]

... In WHAT THE!?!?!? news, late-night talk-show host Chelsea Handler is reportedly dating 50 Cent. In other WHAT THE!?!?!? news, when did this daily News Briefs article become a gossip column? [US Magazine]

... Big Love is bringing on Robert Patrick for multiple episodes next season. Patrick will play the leader of a "polygamist fringe group." RoPa of course is best known for playing the T-1000, the liquid metal Terminator from Terminator 2: Judgment Day, or as I call it, Terminator 2: End the Series Right Here Because Everything After It is Going to be Horrible. [EW]

... Will Arnett's upcoming TV stepmom is about to look a lot like Will Arnett's former TV sister. Drea de Matteo (Desperate Housewives, amateur Portia de Rossi lookalike) will play the stepmother of Steve Wilde on Fox's Running Wilde. [EW]

... Remember that in-development Hitch adaptation I told you about the other day? Fox has landed it after a bidding war. Enjoy it, Fox. It could last as many as four episodes! [Deadline Hollywood]

... HBO is working on a new comedy featuring a former golf pro looking to get one more shot at the tour while he works as the resident pro at a 9-hole course. Caddyshack meets Eastbound and Down, anyone? Rumored to be in prime position to headline the cast is Kevin Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon. [Deadline Hollywood]

... This happens every year. The organizers of The Oscars panic about when to hold their ceremony, and talk about delaying or moving up the start time. Look, just tell us when you are going to air it when you have a date, and we'll make sure our drinking game rules are set by then, okay? [LA Times]

... Ronald D. Moore, one of the saviors of sci-fi TV thanks to the ridiculously awesome (for two seasons) Battlestar Galactica, may be eyeing his next project... and it's another re-tweak. Moore is reportedly looking at a modern-day retelling of the '60s series The Wild, Wild West. Quick! Someone register www.www.com! [EW]

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