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American Poop
A college playa graduates and his life instantly turns to shit. So bring on the booze and boobs! Lesson: Stay in school, kids. RoadDogPictures.com

Human Giant: Season 1
Aziz Ansari, Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer star in MTV’s funniest sketch-comedy ever. Even better than The State, so shut up. TheHumanGiant.com

Left for Dead
If you’ve wondered what Saw would be like as a Western (and who hasn’t?), here’s Clem and her posse huntin’ baddies. I said posse. Lionsgate.com

Magnum PI: Season 8
The final season, wherein Magnum comes back from the dead and gets in a shootout with Carol Burnett. Other stuff happens, too. NBCUni.com

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The Other Boleyn Girl
Not the new version with Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman, but an old BBC production with actors you don’t care about. BBCAmerica.com

Things We Lost in the Fire
Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro in the feel-good hit of the season: Death! Grief! Despair! Guilt! But surprisingly little actual fire. Paramount.com

More New DVD Releases (March 4)
Ben 10: Season 3, Cellar Door, Into the Wild, The Kill Point: Season 1, The Love Boat: Season 1, Megasnake, My Kid Could Paint That

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Dirt News Video

Even though you rarely see Courteney Cox’s Dirt Now magazine utilizing the Internet (it’s about print, man!), the show’s Website has a fun feature wherein you can create a scandalous news video about a friend. Or enemy. Or favorite state senator named after a popcorn topping.

Listen to Bill Mondays at 8 a.m. on X96’s Radio From Hell. Carol Burnett blogging at BillFrost.tv.

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