Week in Review: Happy Days Are Here Again

First, after a nation worried that MILF Island might not be suitable for children, NBC president Ben Silverman assured us that it was. Then Vulture heard the new Coldplay album — better than we expected! — and alerted British authorities to a hideous act of vandalism (we're confident the matter will be resolved shortly). We set the record straight on Chewbacca's wingman status and were overjoyed to learn that McLovin is seeking the help he needs.

We confirmed our suspicions that The Wackness will indeed be wack, and that Mr. Big will definitely die in the Sex and the City movie. Next, we celebrated the imminent triumphant return of R. Kelly and had a great time at Comic-Con. Rachel Dratch found work again, and Dave Foley broke free from the tyranny of tights. Finally, best of all, CAVEMEN IS COMING TO DVD!

We followed the budding romance between LeAnn Rimes and Snoop Dogg, and learned that, instead of trying to kill us, the robots are writing books. Scarlett Johansson's new single turned out great, and so did ©Murakami. Plus, even though we had our doubts, Mariah Carey night on American Idol wasn't half bad — and Kristy Lee Cook was eliminated, thus ensuring that next week's episode will be far less pitchy. Our favorite actor from Undeclared found success by showing his penis in a movie, and the New York media dispensed some street justice on a copyright-flouting Muggle. We feared for Shia LaBeouf's career, but then Harrison Ford saved the day.

First, after a nation worried that MILF Island might not be suitable for children, NBC president Ben Silverman assured us that it was. Then Vulture heard the new Coldplay album — better than we expected! — and alerted British authorities to a hideous act of vandalism (we're confident the matter will be resolved shortly). We set the record straight on Chewbacca's wingman status and were overjoyed to learn that McLovin is seeking the help he needs.