Jay Leno is Still Not Cool

... Surprise, surprise, nobody likes Jay Leno! The Tonight Show just suffered its lowest-rated quarter since Letterman's Late Show premiered on CBS in 1993. [Deadline]

... NBC has postponed the fall premiere of Love Bites because actress Becki Newton, who was supposed to play a virgin, is knocked up. Ha! Also, showrunner Cindy Chupack has stepped down. But the virgin thing is funnier. The Apprentice will return in the fall in its place. [NY Times]

... Fringe has snagged Oscar-nominee and Grey's Anatomy shrink Amy Madigan to play Olivia's (Anna Torv) mom next season. Well, technically she'll play Alt-livia's mom, but you know what I mean. I can see it now: Mother and daughter embrace emotionally in alternate universe... mother pulls back and gives daughter questioning look... mother asks daughter, "What did you do to your hair?" [Ausiello]

... Kelsey Grammer has confirmed via Twitter that he and his wife of 13 years, Camille Donatacci, are getting a divorce. He also said—again, via Twitter—that "I am hoping that people will be respectful of our privacy during the divorce process." Sure, Kelsey. As long as you stop publicly Tweeting about things you want to keep private. [CNN]

... Glee's Jane Lynch is heading to iCarly to play Sam's (Jennette McCurdy) mom. Don't worry, the move isn't permanent; it's just a one-episode thing, and Lynch will be back to terrorize the McKinley High hallways in no time. [Ausiello]

... All those rumors about a Doctor Who movie starring Johnny Depp are completely false! So breathe a sigh of relief (if you're a Doctor purist) or shed a few tears (if you love you some Depp) or do whatever it is you have to do to deal with this news. [io9]

... Former Bachelor and fame whore Jake Pavelka is—get this—not going to pose in Playgirl. According to his peeps, he has never considered posing for the mag and never will. Really? I mean, he's pretty much exposed everything else to the entire world. [US Magazine]

... Kate Gosselin wants to team up with her Plus 8 to do an album full of religious holiday songs. GOD, JUST GO AWAY ALREADY. [Popeater]

... Reality star Dean McDermott (of Tori and Dean fame) has been hospitalized with a punctured lung after a motorcycle accident. Get well soon! [THR]

... Tonight, Japan will become the first country ever to broadcast a baseball game in 3D. I'm going to need a flight to Tokyo, stat. [THR]

... TV is "resurrecting" a few "dead" characters: John Schneider is returning to Smallville next season as Clark's (Tom Welling) adoptive father, presumably via flashbacks. And Lauren Conrad will appear on the post-show finale of The Hills. [IGN & LA Times]

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