Jean Bentley
June 12, 2009 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Though I missed the actual Tony Awards broadcast, I was able to catch up on the evening’s highlights by reading Thom Geier’s thorough liveblog of the event. And, of course, by reading this account of what was clearly the most buzzworthy part of Sunday’s show: Bret Michaels’ spectacular scenery collision. (I only allowed myself to watch — and laugh — once I knew he’d be alright.) Here’s what else you talked about this week:

10. Drag Me to Hell is ”wicked fun,” according to Owen Gleiberman, so why didn’t it fare better at the box office?

9. Earlier this week, rumors swirled that TBS might continue producing new episodes My Name is Earl. Sadly, we learned yesterday that the comedy’s actually gone for good.

8. Mike Bruno admired Megan Fox’s little black dress at the Transformers Seoul premiere.

7. Kate Ward took her mom to see the not-so-parent-friendly Hangover. Hilarity ensued.

6. Recently fired Miss California USA Carrie Prejean’s leaked emails: diva alert!

5. Contessa Brewer and John Ziegler threw down re: the Palin/Letterman spat.

4. Chris Harrison promised a personal hard copy of his Bachelorette blog if the comments section went haywire again. Luckily for our planet’s trees, the comments seem to be working fine.

3. After 19 Entertainment officially signed American Idol winner Kris Allen and runner-up Adam Lambert, Michael Slezak championed Allison Iraheta, Anoop Desai, and Mishavonna Henson as the next season 8 contestants to ink a deal. It worked for Allison. That just leaves ‘Noop Dawg and Mishavonna…

2. Does Land of the Lost‘s dismal box office take mean America is over Will Ferrell?

1. Chris Nashawaty got sucked into the bad-movie vortex last weekend when he found himself watching Jessica Alba’s ”deep-sea treasure turd” Into the Blue instead of his Netflixed Ingmar Bergman film, a phenomenon we’re all quite familiar with.

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