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Tina Fey, Khloe Kardashian Odom, Mackenzie Phillips, Kelly Osbourne

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Kanye who? The memory of the 2009 MTV VMAs faded fast, but happenings on the small screen continued to dominate the news this past week, from Sunday's Emmy Awards to Mackenzie Phillips' Oprah revelation to Obama on Letterman to the delightfulness that was the three-night premiere of Dancing With the Stars (and just when you figured that show had to be tapped out).

Here's a rundown from the past seven days:

1. Mad Men and 30 Rock, which actually enjoyed a bit of cross-pollination last season, triumphed once again at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Looking at stars Jon Hamm and Tina Fey, you can't help but think... Jeez, Jon Hamm is hot. Anyway, E! News' cameras and commentators didn't let any drama, dresses or dreamy celebs go by without notice, so check out our complete Emmys coverage right here in the Red Carpet section.

2. E!'s very own Khloe Kardashian and L.A. Lakers star Lamar Odom are making it official on Sunday. Say what you will about the speed with which they're heading to the altar, but it's happening, and it's gonna be great, dammit! Besides, even we feel warm and fuzzy looking at her ring. Yowza!

3. Mackenzie Phillips, who stopped making flattering headlines in the '70s after her struggles with substance abuse derailed her acting career, revealed in her new memoir—and on Oprah—that her father, '60s rock icon "Papa" John Phillips, raped her when she was 19 and they went on to have a consensual (Stockholm Syndrome-style) sexual relationship for nearly 10 years. Two of his ex-wives, including Michelle Phillips, don't buy it, but Mackenzie's half-sister Chynna does. We, for one, are just really sad about the whole thing.

4. Dancing With the Stars is back—and so far Kelly Osbourne and Donny Osmond are the best thing about it! For real! She is too cute and he's just really appealing in that certain-I-don't-know-what kind of way. Joanna Krupa also showed a surprising amount of potential (considering the past performance of hot models on the show) and it looks to be an entertaining season. And, yes, it's already injury-riddled.

John Travolta, Kelly Preston

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5. The trial of two people accused of trying to extort $25 million from John Travolta and Kelly Preston in the wake of their 16-year-old son's death kicked off in the Bahamas. Travolta took the stand and talked emotionally about the day Jett died, recalling the moment when they discovered him unconscious. Very tragic.

6. Where did Anna Nicole Smith meet these people? Court records show that a California pharmacist refused to fill an order faxed in by Smith's psychiatrist, who's now charged with 11 felonies for allegedly plying the late model with drugs, calling it "pharmaceutical suicide." The shrink and another physician have also been accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with their patient. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor says he's gay and the allegation is therefore ridiculous. And Howard K. Stern is now facing more charges than before.

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Eclipse


7. Here's the first look at This Is It, featuring footage from Michael Jackson's rehearsals for the comeback that was never to be. What do you think about all this hoopla? Too much? It's not as if he's as overexposed as Megan Fox or anything.

8. The Awful Truth continues to be your onestop shop for all things interesting, sizzling and snarky in the Twilight Saga world. Some of the latest: Breaking Dawn's screenwriter is set; Security on the Eclipse set is too tight for Ted...Kellan Lutzbagged some swag; Alec Baldwin doesn't seem to want Rob Pattinson on 30 Rock, but SNL will take him.

9. Randy and Evi Quaid may have always been weird (don't know, Dennis gets most of the press), but now they're suspected felons after allegedly blowing off a $10,000 luxury-hotel bill. Not the behavior we would have expected from Clark Griswold's

10. Newsflash: President Barack Obama was a hoot on Letterman...NCIS and its spinoff premiered big...Heroes did not...The Beautiful Life got the ax...Michael Jackson's former rabbi was quite the conversation-recorder...Jennifer Morrison's leaving House...Everyone but Goldblum is leaving Law & Order: Criminal Intent...Martha Stewart apologized to Jessica Simpson for her female-dog comment...Julie Chen and Les Moonves welcomed a little one...As did Ellen Pompeo...And Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr....Zoey Deschanel tied the knot...Anne Heche won't marry her baby daddy...Neither will Jude Law's baby mama...The Hoff had a health scare...So did Scott Weiland...Joe Francis avoided both jail and having to host Lamar Odom's bachelor party...Jayde sued Joe over the Jenner deal...Eric and Rebecca sued over the naked tape thing...Paparazzi sued Gisele and Tom Brady because they got shot at...Kiss, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Genesis are among the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees...Titanic's coming back in 3-D...Jaclyn Smith made news and didn't make news at the same time...Jewel has an unfortunately intrepid fan...Everyone should be Suri Cruise's fan.

It's a lot of information, we know. Rest your eyes with a leisurely gander at the Big Picture Gallery.