Time to level with you. Had a bunch of stuff happen and I guess I just needed to digest it all and find places to put it all.
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Justine Bateman, 47. Acted for a long time. Then wrote and produced. Made a big change and decided to go to college to study computer science. As a freshman.
What do Justine Bateman, Ed Begley, Jr. and Kato Kaelin all have in common? For starters, they all let comedian Mark Malkoff sleep at their house for ...
You may say, "Old News". We say, "Still a source of amazement and wonder." Kelly and Justine discus the really awkward Arnold Schwarznegger/Maria Shriver situation.
Kelly and Justine both got "The Patdowns" at NY airports recently, with wildly different results. Kelly hates the TSA; Justine thinks they're hilarious. Do you have a Patdown story?
Handcrafted crochet & leather items, electronics, and airport gift store picks. What are your favorite gift ideas?
Now that you're coming down from NY Fashion Week, enjoy some angry banter about the BABY FOOD DIET craze.
Kelly kicks off Fashion Week in NYC and tells what the shows are going to be like this year without a Bravo crew following her around.
Kelly and Justine discuss Steven Slater, the beer-totting inflatable-slide riding JetBlue flight attendant and a few of their own airline experiences.
Kelly and Justine discuss the recent oil spills and what "drilling deep with no contingency plan" has to do with sex. And stuff about Runyon Canyon.
Governor Schwarzenegger is promoting Proposition 18, a massive $11 billion water bond to help big agribusiness at the expense of essential services.
The very first Wake Up and Get Real episode where Cutrone and Bateman are actually in the same room to make lanyards and discuss Comic-Con, Warner Bros, and creepy sleep-away summer camps.
This week the cross-country pals take on Wonder Woman's makeover, saying the superhero went from "Paris to Poughkeepsie."
At SXSW 2010 you would have seen swarms of twenty, thirty and forty somethings, with their neck craned and their heads bowed, staring down at mobile devices and computers.
If you get involved in just one cause this year, let it be the fight against having your Internet access strangled. Because if you don't fight for this one, you will never be able to access the websites for others.
NEW YORK — Child stars have it rough with their folks. Just ask Jason Bateman, who says his mom and dad are more like friends than parents.
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