ON EDGE: Hollywood studios circulating internal memos Thursday saying the FBI has warned them of some sort of threat. However, the FBI tells E! Online the agency was just alerting the studios to look at their security in the wake of last week's attacks.
GOOD WORKS: Julia Roberts donating $1 million to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund and another $1 million to The September 11th Telethon Fund. "Like all Americans, Julia was profoundly affected by this horrific tragedy," says her spokeswoman. "She sends her deepest sympathies and prayers to everyone who has suffered such an unspeakable loss."
WINGED: NBC delaying the season premiere of The West Wing to October 10. Creator Aaron Sorkin had reportedly asked the network to push back the episode, titled "Manchester, Part 1," in the wake of the terror attacks. Sorkin, meanwhile, is writing a special episode titled "Isaac and Ishmael" focusing on terrorism. It will air October 3.
TREAT US LIKE DIRT! Despite an arrogant final speech and no regrets for his scheming, diabolical Miami Beach doctor Will winning the $500,000 grand prize on Big Brother 2 Thursday. He beat out the equally un-lovable Nicole, a personal chef from Atlanta who settled for second place and $50,000.
BROTHER ADD: Former houseguest and rapping white guy Mike "Boogie" asking fellow contestant Krista to marry him during the broadcast. A surprised Krista said yes.
ONE DAILY AT A TIME: Jon Stewart praising the country for its love of satire, as Comedy Central's fake newscast The Daily Show with Jon Stewart returned Thursday with its first episode since last week's attacks. The tearful host also apologized for another "overwrought speech of a shaken host."
THERE'S HOPE: Bob Hope, who's currently recovering from a bout with pneumonia, was "absolutely devastated" by last week's terrorist attacks and has been "glued to the television set," his spokesman tells the Associated Press.
TICK-TOCKING LONGER: Columbia Pictures pushing back production on the Jennifer Lopez thriller Tick-Tock, for fear of a negative reaction to the terrorist plot, Daily Variety reports.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON: Broadway unions, from actors and stagehands to musicians and scenic designers, taking a 25 percent pay cut for five long-running musicals to help shows stay afloat during the economic crisis and keep Americans entertained.
STAYING HOME: Warren Beatty skipping a planned appearance at Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival following last week's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. Beatty was supposed to pick up a lifetime achievement award.
FARMERS TO THE RESCUE: Farm Aid President Willie Nelson announcing this year's Farm Aid concert will be dedicated as a "Concert for America," to help restore the farmers markets destroyed in the World Trade Center bombing. Farm Aid 2001 will take place September 29 at the Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana.
MORE WTC FALLOUT: The premiere video for The Cranberries new song "Analyse" temporarily pulled from video channels after several scenes were eerily similar to the World Trade Center disaster, including a plane flying over two skyscrapers in one scene and a character walking by the outline of a dead body in another.
LEGAL WEB: The wife of a welder who was killed in March on the set of the upcoming Spider-Man movie suing Columbia Pictures for unspecified damages.