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"This Year on the Via Venetto... Paparazzi with Fiber Optics."
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'I like your enthusiasm, Booker, but I'll let you know when there's muck to be raked.'
"Ralph said he'd give up cigars if I gave up Prince Charles and Di."
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They Shop Among Us
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"There it is—the home of the 'National Enquirer'!"
'How can you sue them for defamation of character, if you don't have any?'
'Never, Ever...believe everything you read.'
"They're called this because historically they had news in them."
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'Right so we're leading on the disgraceful attention that Big Brother is getting when there are so many more important things happening in the world...that's pages 1,2,3,4,6,and 7...'
No News is Good News
The popular press overshadowing the serious press.
"I'd love to spend more time perusing the alternative media, but then I'd miss out on all those important celebrity stories."
'AS-TRO-NO-MER, I'm an Astronomer, NOT and Astrologer!'
"Look at these tabloid magazines! Gossip is a venomous misuse of the tongue!"
'Grog is happy to be named best dressed man of 10,000 B.C.'
'I hate it when you look at celebrity photos in those magazines, you become so catty.'
The Paparazzi visit Santa... 'Gimmee that camera you little punk.'
'I suppose you realize there'll be hell to pay if the tabloids get hold of this!'
'Read ALL about IT! In other less TRASHIER Newspapers!'
'I'd love to spend more time perusing the alternative media, but then I'd miss out on all those important celebrity stories.'
'Ok, we've done two minutes on the sensible, grown-up to pics...Now let's get stuck into the gossip.'
"I didn't 'kiss and tell' until they offered me a book deal."
"Yes, it is strange...usually he reads the 'Daily Gossip'."