Ten Things We Love This Week

By EW Staff
July 14, 2006 at 04:00 AM EDT

The Must List: July 21st, 2006

DVD
1. ‘WEEDS: SEASON ONE’
The DVD set of television’s trippiest series — about the highs and lows of a pot-peddling soccer mom — features such extras as a munchies-zapping recipe for ”I’m Baked” Ziti. Review >

MUSIC
2. ‘AMERICAN V,’ JOHNNY CASH
The Man in Black returns — posthumously — on a searing album featuring poignant covers like Gordon Lightfoot’s ”If You Could Read My Mind.” Review >

BOOKS
3. ‘BANGKOK TATTOO,’ BY JOHN BURDETT
Lose yourself in Thailand’s seamy, steamy underworld in this sexy crime thriller, now in beach-ready paperback. Review >

MOVIE
4. ‘WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?’
If An Inconvenient Truth got you riled up, check out this incendiary doc that probes the mysterious disappearance of some earth-friendly GM autos. Review >

DVD

5. ‘TSOTSI’
Director Gavin Hood’s insightful DVD commentary illuminates his dark but ultimately uplifting Oscar-winning film about a young South African man. Review >

INTERNET
6. CATS THAT LOOK LIKE HITLER
The URL says it all: Visit catsthatlooklikehitler.com and behold a comic compendium of some felicitously fascist felines.

DVD
7. ‘BE HERE TO LOVE ME’
On DVD: a revealing and moving documentary that chronicles the tormented and too-brief life of folk-country singer Townes Van Zandt. Review >

INTERNET
8. ‘NOBODY’S WATCHING’
Go to YouTube.com for this satirical, never-aired comedy pilot (from the writers of Scrubs) about two schmoes who land a network sitcom.

BOOKS
9. ‘THE LOVE SEASON,’ BY ELIN HILDERBRAND
The Nantucket Nights author returns to the New England island in an absorbing novel about a family that puts the fun in dysfunction. Review >

TV
10. ‘PROJECT RUNWAY’
In the season premiere of the Bravo show, contestants rip up their Manhattan apartment for materials to use in their first design challenge. Let the unkindest cuts begin! TV Watch >

INTERNET
6. CATS THAT LOOK LIKE HITLER
The URL says it all: Visit catsthatlooklikehitler.com and behold a comic compendium of some felicitously fascist felines.

DVD
7. ‘BE HERE TO LOVE ME’
On DVD: a revealing and moving documentary that chronicles the tormented and too-brief life of folk-country singer Townes Van Zandt. Review >

INTERNET
8. ‘NOBODY’S WATCHING’
Go to YouTube.com for this satirical, never-aired comedy pilot (from the writers of Scrubs) about two schmoes who land a network sitcom.

BOOKS
9. ‘THE LOVE SEASON,’ BY ELIN HILDERBRAND
The Nantucket Nights author returns to the New England island in an absorbing novel about a family that puts the fun in dysfunction. Review >

TV
10. ‘PROJECT RUNWAY’
In the season premiere of the Bravo show, contestants rip up their Manhattan apartment for materials to use in their first design challenge. Let the unkindest cuts begin! TV Watch >

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