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    This Just In: Check Out the "Dumb Slut" Barney Can't Have...It's Jennifer Lopez!

    How I Met Your Mother: Dare we say that Jennifer Lopez is better on How I Met Your Mother than good ol' Brit-Brit was? 'Tis true! Check out the clips above and below, and you'll see she also proves a much harder catch for Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris).

    J.Lo and B.Stin share a pretty hilarious storyline in which he learns he has to date her about, oh, 16 times more than his usual in order to bed her. And Barney can thank the author of Of Course You're Still Single Take a Look at Yourself You Dumb Slut (clearly a knockoff of He's Just Not That Into You) for that.

    Keep reading to see the whole gang in this Monday's HIMYM on CBS, plus news on Modern Family, The Office and The Bachelor...

    The Bachelor: Jason and Molly's wedding is set to air this Monday on ABC, but he'll be single forever (lucky Molly!) in a new video game coming out this summer on Nintendo Wii and DS called The Bachelor: The Videogame. Players can choose an avatar based on real previous contestants and vie for his love. Just when you thought the whole Bachelor experience couldn't get more authentic or romantic!

    Modern Family: Will Delta Burke play Cameron's mom? Eric Stonestreet is pushing for her, and boss Steve Levitan agreed she'd be great. What say you?

    The Office: Dunder Mifflin's latest webisodes series, The Mentor, starring Ellie Kemper (Erin Hannon) and Angela Kinsey (Angela Martin) is now up online here. Angela is the one doing the mentoring to Ellie (in accounting), and Angela Kinsey tells us why: "[Angela] misses Dwight, she misses her friends because he was her best friend. So Angela wants a friend." Aw.

    Casting Ugly Betty's Hilda, aka Ana Ortiz, has been cast in True Blue, ABC's San Fran cop pilot. Debra Messing will star as a conservative pundit on ABC's Wright vs. Wrong. And Blair Underwood has joined NBC's The Event, a conspiracy thriller starring Jason Ritter.

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