Bad boys, drama queens, and 8 other things we love this week

By EW Staff
Updated July 23, 2005 at 04:00 AM EDT
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The Must List: July 29, 2005

TV
1. BEING BOBBY BROWN
Don’t be cruel! Despite their woes, Bobby and LaPrincia, Whit, and the rest of the Browns make Bravo Thursdays sensational. TV Watch >

MUSIC
2. INXS
While the Aussie posse seeks a singer on CBS’ Rock Star, what you need is to revisit the 1985 classic Listen Like Thieves.

TV
3. FOOTBALLERS WIVE$
Desperate for more suburban salaciousness on Sunday nights? BBC America answers your bawdy prayers with this soap opera spectacle from across the pond. Review >

POP CULTURE
4. PANDA VIDEOCAM
Once you’ve had your fill of frisky fun, get warm and fuzzy. Check out the National Zoo’s new cub at Animal.Discovery.com.

STAGE
5. COREY FELDMAN IN ‘FATAL ATTRACTION: A GREEK TRAGEDY’
The Corey-meister skillfully balances smarmy and sexy while battling the one-night stand from hell in this Off Broadway farce.

BOOKS
6. EVERYBODY INTO THE POOL, BY BETH LISICK
With all the wink and wisdom of a female David Sedaris, Lisick muses on moving from the boring burbs to boho bedlam — and back — in these wry yet poignant autobiographical sketches. Review >

TV
7. WONDER SHOWZEN
Demonic puppets and corrupt kids unite on MTV2’s awesomely subversive Sesame Street-on-PCP Friday-night fave.

DVD
8. FILM NOIR CLASSIC COLLECTION
Vintage gem The Narrow Margin anchors Warner Bros.’ second volume of five killer thrills.

MOVIE
9. WEDDING CRASHERS
Owen Wilson (with Rachel McAdams, below) turns up the charm as a sly cad horning in on nuptial soirees. Review >

DVD
10. THE LIFE & DEATH OF PETER SELLERS
Geoffrey Rush (with Charlize Theron) shines in the biopic of the star and his strange loves (now on DVD).Review >

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