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Our weekend editor probably won't agree with such a sentiment but with Burbank now on fire and our rooftops and cars covered in ash and an incredible desire to make s'mores, we might just be locked inside with the windows closed and the AC up this weekend.

Besides all the smoky fire badness, the southbound 101 closures during the weekend nights aren't going to do us any favors getting around the city to party heartily.

And if the foul stench from a few weeks ago wasn't enough for you to think Hell on Earth was at hand, Rodney King is back in the news. Armageddon has begun!