SPACE JAMMED! Singer R. Kelly busted in Chicago for allegedly mouthing off to cops who asked him to turn down his car stereo. Booked on disorderly conduct. Also free on bail.
QUEEN OF SHOCK: Punk legend Wendy O. Williams, of the Plasmatics, shot herself to death Tuesday. She was 48.
RED TAPE: Pam Anderson is threatening to make a federal case (literally) of her fight against the Website that's posted her and Tommy Lee's infamous sex tape.
RED TAPE II: The Website is threatening to sue Pam if she goes to federal court. It charges Pam's backing out on a signed deal.
CARTMAN COMETH: South Park will reveal the identity of Cartman's father on its April 22 episode, Comedy Central says.
SOUTH PARK ADD: The network's pushing up the air date one month to appease fans burned by last week's April's Fool joke--when the identity of Cartman's father wasn't revealed.
SEIN-OFF: The 180th--and last--Seinfeld episode tapes at 6:30 p.m. (PT). Family and friends to make up the studio audience.
ZIPPED LIPS: Those lucky Seinfeld witnesses have all signed agreements promising not to spill the goods on the finale's plot.
SMOOTH SAILING: Titanic soundtrack's still berthed atop the pop charts. Celine second.
BEAT GOES ON: Sonny Bono's widow beat Pa Walton (actor Ralph Waite) Tuesday in the race for Bono's Congressional seat.
OH, BOY: Due in stores April 28: The Official Dancing Baby CD, from that creepy computer-animated tot on Ally McBeal.
GO WEST: The MTV Video Music Awards heading back to Los Angeles for this fall's 15th annual event--set for September 10.
CANCELED: The CableAce Awards are no more. The cable industry thinks it wins enough Emmys now. No need for its own show.
INTERFERENCE: Radio guru Dr. Laura Schlessinger has dropped out of talks with CBS about a TV show because she's miffed the Eyeball's gone into biz with Howard Stern.
DR. LAURA ADD: Schlessinger tells the New York Post her show and Stern's new show would be "morally incompatible."
GETTING STERN: The conservative American Family Association is also gunning for Stern--vowing to put the screws to sponsors of his new late-night show.
GETTING RUSHED: Radio know-it-all Rush Limbaugh inducted Tuesday in the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
ROAR! Broadway hit The Lion King will expand its domain to Tokyo and London, with companies opening there by next year.
RATINGS RACE: CBS won the primetime week, ended Sunday. The No. 1 program: The NCAA men's basketball championship.
UP THE ACADEMY: ABC has locked up the Oscar telecast through 2008. The big show moves to Sundays, starting next year.
LIVING LEGEND: Talk queen Oprah Winfrey to be presented with a lifetime achievement award at next month's Daytime Emmys.
OFF BEAT: Reed Diamond is exiting NBC's Homicide. He played Detective Mike Kellerman for three seasons.
A LITTLE HELP WITH HIS FRIENDS: Paul McCartney and Alanis Morissette among the all-star guests on Ringo Starr's new album, Vertical Man. In stores in June.
EXECUTIVE SUITE: At CBS, Mel Karmazin bumped up to president; Les Moonves named CEO, but reporting to Karmazin.
OBITUARY: Drummer Cozy Powell, who played on and produced 1990s-era Black Sabbath albums, was killed in a car crash Sunday. He was 50.
CODA: The funeral for "First Lady of Country Music" Tammy Wynette ("Stand By Your Man") has been set for Thursday in Nashville.