Busy mourning the loss of Baltimore's ESPN Zone? While you've been attempting to find another place to revel in overpriced drinks and get blinded by 237 TVs, I've compiled the best in entertainment news. Here's your pop culture week in review.

TAKE A GOOD LOOK: You'll see 500 of these Gaga impersonations (right, photo by AP) this Halloween. 


FREAKS OFF THEIR LEASH: I was torn about whether to support BP, but Korn boycotting the company solves that conundrum.

LIGHT UP: A new study finds marijuana has "minimal" effects on the ability to drive; Cheech and Chong officially ahead of their time.

UGLY AMERICAN: An insider says American Apparel employees are evaluated based on looks, and the overweight or "ugly" employees are called "off-brand." Not so surprising for a company that considers leggings and unitards clothing.

'IT'S A GIRL FOR MARIAH CAREY'S POOCH': That's no way to refer to your vagina, Mariah.

Demi Moore's. Being alive doesn't mean a memoir is required.

BEST FANTASY LESBIANS: Zooey Deschanel and Rashida Jones play a couple in upcoming film "My Idiot Brother." 

SERIOUSLY?: All it takes is a snowboarding gold medal to get away with this look?

GREAT DEBATE OF THE WEEK: Did Sarah Palin get a boob job?

SECOND GREATEST DEBATE: Will Julia Stiles guesting on "Dexter" work or be a total fail?

NOT UP FOR DEBATE: The sure-to-be-awesome Comedy Central "Roast of David Hasselhoff" scheduled for Aug. 15.

GUEST COMMENTARY FROM b STAFFER WESLEY CASE ON JAY-Z'S ROLLING STONE COVER: "Always happy to see Rolling Stone not put a 70-year-old white man on their cover."

THIS HEADLINE WRITER SHOULD BE SHOT: "Ricky Martin Livin' 'Evita' Loca" — for Martin signing to star in "Evita" on Broadway.

ONLY GOOD THING TO COME OUT OF THE 'KARATE KID' REMAKE: Ralph Macchio rejoining pop culture consciousness for interviews.

CONGRATS ON YOUR MARRIAGE, ALANIS MORISSETTE: But when you marry an underground rapper named Souleye (right, photo courtesy of 1320 Records), I don't expect him to look like an Apple Genius Bar employee.

A LES GROSSMAN MOVIE?: Cameo — sure.  Entire film ­­­­­— nah

Jordan Bartel is assistant editor at b. Follow him on Twitter, @jordanbartel.