Volume 96, Issue
Wednesday October 2, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday October 2, 2002 - 2:00 p.m.

Puppets may kill, but they sure are cute

You'd better watch your back because you never know when puppets may kill.
Premiering Oct. 11 on the Comedy Network, Puppets Who Kill promises to be more than just another cutesy puppet show.



Shukvision:SNL's first season without Ferrell: will it make the grade?

SNL begins its 28th season this Saturday (11:30 p.m., Global/NBC) and the big question is how the show will do without Will Ferrell.



Almost Famous: Sex, drugs & my idols

We've all seen the way it works: screaming fans flocking to get a glimpse of their favourite musician, waiting hours for the opportunity to get someone's name scribbled on a piece of paper. What makes this relatively useless prize worth all the hassle?



CD REVIEWS: Beck, Peter Wolf, Keep Yourself Good Company
Beck and Peter Wolf team up to kick KYGC's ass

If you're a fan of The Rolling Stones' "Stripped," you'll want to give Peter Wolf a listen... The biggest "Loser" on the planet reflects on how much of a loser he really is on his seventh album... Plodding, unimaginative, horrible – these are only a few words that will come to mind when you pop in Keep Yourself Good Company's new disc...


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