08/24/2009 02:07 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

VH1 Institutes Zero Tolerance Policy Against Killing, Dismembering

Facing a public relations challenge in the wake of the suicide of so-called "VH1 Killer" Ryan Jenkins, the VH1 network today said that it was introducing a "zero tolerance policy against killing and dismembering."

"We want to remind our contestants that the 'VH' in 'VH1' stands for 'video hits,' not 'vivisecting heads,'" said network spokesperson Carol Foyler.

In other entertainment news, police said that whoever keeps breaking into Lindsay Lohan's home is "so 2004."

And Quentin Tarantino announced a sequel to his hit "Inglourious Basterds," titled "Egreegious Douchebugs." More here.