Best Week Ever

Season 2 Episode 2

Dr. Phil's Prime Time Special, Emmy Speeches and more

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Aired Friday 11:00 PM Sep 24, 2004 on VH1
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Dr. Phil's Prime Time Special, Emmy Speeches and more
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This week the panelists guffawed over: former singer Cat Stevens on governmnet terrorist list Dr. Phil's Prime Time Special Emmy acceptance speeches the Star War Trilogy DVD Dan Rather apologizes to America for faulty broadcast Britney's new marriage the reality show The Amazing Race and The Surreal Life gentler punk-rock Ben Affleck dates Jennifer Garner actor Edward Furlong gets arrested for freeing lobsters Pam Anderson and Jesus Lifetime's television show How Clean is Your House cell phone ring tones and much more. Who had the best week ever: Italian-American stereotypes. For evidence: watch an episode of The Sopranos. Closing video: "Fall to Pieces," by Velvet Revolver."moreless

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    Kim McAllister

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    Vinny Vella

    Vinny Vella

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    P.J. Morrison

    P.J. Morrison

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    Seth Herzog

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    Lauren Weedman

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      • Seth Herzog: I feel like Ed Furlong's not living up to his potential as a child star, as a bad boy child star. Like there's so many more drugs he should be doing, there's so many cars he should be stealing. There are convenient stores that are not being robbed, Ed. Get on the ball.

      • Sherrod Small: We don't know what phones sound like anymore. You hear actual phone ringing ... you're like, "What-- what is that? Is it a fire alarm? The building on fire"?

      • Doug Benson [over Green Day's 9 minute operetta on latest CD American Idiot]: I used to make love to Green Day's music. But 9 minutes? I'm not Superman.

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