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A woman waits in a "Gossip" stand
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"This Year on the Via Venetto... Paparazzi with Fiber Optics."
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"By the way, if you're involved in some sort of sex scandal I'd rather find out about it from you than from the media."
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"Stop worrying about Madonna. She's probably just retooling for her next surge."
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Royal wedding cake, complete with paparazzi figures
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'Don't feel too badly about your post, I used to work for the News of the World.'
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Details at Eleven
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'You'd think they'd like a lot of abrasive balls.'
"And remember, people, it's better to light a scandal than to curse the darkness!"
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Journalism student ponders which course he wants to major in.
"You will die. Die! Die! Die! Die! Die! Details tonight...on Eyewitness News!"
"To bring you up to date...we're told a Bigfoot monster is in this house with a child inside! Hold it! The front door is opening!"
"Welcome back to our continuous breaking news coverage! We've been told a live Bigfoot is inside this house! We expect the sasquatch to emerge any second now! You don't want to miss this! But first this commercial break."
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"We've been following this breaking news for five hours! Police have received a call that Bigfoot is inside this house!"
Newspaper headlines 'Decline in literacy' - 'It was the Sun wot done it!'
"We'll return to our special reports, 'The World in Crisis,' after this break."