#26 – Hundreds of UFO sightings will be reported in the Summer months of this year. #32 – Hayden Panettiere voids her contract with the hit television series Heroes.#33 – OK, Yet another Paris Hilton porn video surfaces.#35 – The Olson twins split and go their separate ways. The Olsons, although still partners in their company ownership, has parted ways.Marykate has branched out and is on the hit series, Weeds, playing a stoner girl.Tom noted that she still hadn’t even put clothes on yet, still wearing the same pair of peach colored panties and matching lace bra that she had been frolicking around in hours ago.Nonetheless, his eyes drifted up and down her small, slender frame hungrily, spending several seconds studying her puffy little pussy mound between her thighs, bulging against her lace boyshorts.Big reach, but hey, maybe it will make her want to eat a sandwich. In a story posted on the Web site of the Biloxi (Miss.) Sun-Herald on Thursday, Favre said Saturday’s playoff game against Seattle could be his final game in Green Bay.
What we saw is shocking, profane, funny, and probably down right false. #02 – The Indianapolis Colts stun the world and upset the Patriots in the championship game and go on to repeat and win the super bowl. #06 – Hillary Clinton doesn’t win the 2008 election. Grant Wilson, during the live airing on Halloween night, had his jacket visibly pulled almost knocking him down and a distinct voice warned them that “You’re not supposed to be here.” #19 – The summer of 2008 in Antarctica will reveal land mass that was covered in ice for centuries.
#46 – Bruce Jenner wises up and seeks divorce from Kardashian clan. #50 – George Lucas announces that three more Star Wars movies will go into production picking up where Star Wars three ended.
Rosie O’Donnell signed on to portray Jabba The Hut.
This time however, she is filmed with another woman.
#34 – ABC producers rethink their business model concerning hit show LOST, and accelerate the conclusion by canceling the sixth season by adding 32 episodes for 2009.