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It's a big day for video on everything except your TV: ABC is going to test out ad-supported free video of LOST and Desperate Housewives online; Broadband shows are getting their own Emmy award; and, UCLA wants you to Get Legal.

Meanwhile, our own local teeny bopper rockers, the like, should retire. 12 and 14 year olders are the new hotness (and will be in town with The Eels at the end of May).

Oh, and while our wish for a Clipper victory didn't come to pass, we agree with Forum Blue and Gold - that commentary free 2nd feed on Prime Ticket was pretty damn cool. Maybe if we can't hear Chick, we don't want to hear anyone at all.