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"Anybody up there need an autograph?"
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"It's less a funeral and more a celebration of his death."
"If it's any help, your sentence was the most e-mailed story of the week."
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"Jack, here, is the most fascinating man I've ever met—he's in alcohol-abuse counselling, he goes to a sexual-harassment support group, he's in a race-relations workshop, and he spends every weekend in prison."
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"That was fun. What time does the next trial of the century start?"
Tags:television, televisions, watching television, tv, tvs, watching tv, t.v., t.v.s, watching t.v., court, courts, trial, trials, legal system, justice system, law, laws, legal, judge, judges, lawyer, lawyers, counselor, counselors, counsellors, counsellors, attorney, attorneys, solicitor, solicitors, barrister, barristers, legal counsel, court case, court cases, trial of the century, notable, fame, infamous, famous, celeb, celebs, celebrity, celebrities, fun, interesting, media, press, journalism, impeachment, impeachments, bill clinton, clinton, senate, president, presidents, politics, government, government, united states, us, u.s., united states of america, usa, u.s.a., america, american, time, next, modern life
Who's who - Who's googled
"As Seen on "Cops""
"All that spam from African diplomats offering you $15 million - they're him."
"An exclusive group. Each survived three scandals and was re-elected."
Tags:politician, politicians, corruption, corrupt politician, corrupt politicians, political corruption, politically corrupt, reelect, reelects, reelection, reelections, reelected, congress, congressman, congressperson, congresspeople, us congress, exclusive group, exclusive groups, infamy, infamous, dubious, dubiousness, fame, famous
"Well, it's official. Any chance for candle-in-the-wind notoriety has pretty much passed us by."
Tags:candle in the wind, word play, play on words, sayings, saying, expression, expressions, dog, dogs, dog walking, dog walkers, dog walker, boyfriend, girlfriend, boyfriends, girlfriends, husband, wife, husbands, wives, couple, couples, marriage, married, marry, relationship, relationships, spouse, spouses, middle aged, unlikely, unlikely pair, successful marriage, die young, dies young, dying young, premature, premature death, premature deaths, grow old, grows old, growing old, memorial, memorials, infamous, gone too soon
"The day you were arrested in a classic golf leaf frame!"
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"Throwing up in class isn't so bad. These days, no publicity is bad publicity!"
Tags:throwing up, throw up, sickness, sick, illness, illnesses, public humiliation, public humiliations, embarrassed, pr, public relations, celebrity status, celebrities, schools, pupil, pupils, student, students, infamous, notoriety, vomiting, school, embarrassment, children, publicity, notoriety, fame, celebrity, publicist, publicists, marketing, advertising
J. Dudley - Statesman, orator, philanthropist, big deficit spender.
With Gwen away for the weekend, Dave makes the kids his famous Gummy Worms and Hershey Bars casserole.
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Though he wrote the world's most listened-to melody, few people know of Tony Bombosa, the genius behind AOL Instant Messenger's four-note jingle.
"I thought I owed it all to my fans. Turned out I owed it all to the taxman."
Tags:tax, taxes, fraud, crime, law, laws, finance, celebrity, celebrities, tax man, money, prison, fame, famous, infamy, infamous, fall from grace, disgraced, banged up, loophole, prison cell, prison, fans, fan, tax fraud, diddle, cook the books, fraudulent, evasion, irs, hm revenue and customs, revenue, hm, hmrc, vat, dodge, dodger, evade, evasion, guilty, evader, evaders, tax collector, paying taxes, inmate, inmates, misconception, payback, remorse, cooking the books
Man urinating against wall with sign on back which says 'as seen on CCTV'.
"Apparently you've come to somebody's attention."
'Your 15 minutes of fame will be followed by 15 years in the federal pen.'
'It's oldie rock 'n' roll but I like it.'
Prison Celebrity Wing.
'I see you've finally made a name for yourself.'
'No cowboy's tough enough to handle Cookie's grub. Just ask Wild Bill Hiccup and Wyatt Burp.'
'It's the media . . . do you want to hide?'
Fishy murder - Jack the Kipper