Episode 74 of The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is live!

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We start out this episode with some listener mail etc.

Donna's Revenge

During this segment we talk about a funny web series called Donna’s Revenge, directed by Oliver Oertel. The cast is great and there are some good laughs in it. You can find it here: http://www.babelgum.com/donnasrevenge

In this episode, Tony talks about Split Second and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2. and Lou talks about Fallout New Vegas on the PC. Miscellaneous video game news follows.

In TV (~32:40), the guys start off with The Event.  Tony goes over Glee and 30 Rock’s live episode. Lou follows up with Chuck, Stargate: Universe, Fringe and Chase, with random TV news tidbits after that.

In Movies (~1:01:20), Tony saw I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With. Lou still hasn’t seen anything. Miscellaneous movie news follows.

In the Mash-Up segment (~1:21:25) the news this week includes:

  • Intel will spend up to $8 billion to update some U.S. factories.
  • Neiman-Marcus’ limited edition, $75,00 Camaro Convertible sold out in 3 minutes.
  • Apple announced new MacBook Air models today, as well as OS X Lion and a few other things
  • Western Digital’s 3TB hard drive will go on sale soon for about $240. A 2.5TB version will be about $190.
  • AMD’s Radeon HD 6850 and HD 6870 will go on sale on Friday.
  • Macy’s is introducing a “magic mirror” at their Herald Square store in NY that’ll let guests try on clothes by having them digitally superimposed on their reflection in the 6′ mirror.
  • HP has unveiled the Palm Pre 2, running HP WebOS 2.0. We’re not sure if that’s good. Or whatever.
  • Buy a Windows 7 Phone device this year and you’ll get 4 months of Zune Pass from AT&T and Microsoft, as well as a few other goodies.
  • Dell has just announced 8 new LED-backlit LCD monitors, including the Studio Line, which are all 1920 x 1080, range in size from 22″ to 24″ and in price from $199 to $229.
  • Sony has begun outsourcing production of some of its high-end LCD TVs to Foxconn subsidiary CMI and Wistron.
  • Hammacher-Schlemmer is selling an “Emotive Robotic Avatar”…for $65,000. Get in line.

As always, the end of the episode is when Tony & Lou reveal their votes for this week’s Best & Worst entertainment moments.

The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is hosted by long-time friends Tony Incopero and Lou Zucaro. Join them as they discuss all sorts of fun things in the world of entertainment, gaming, gadgets, cars and more with a healthy dose of their sense of humor.

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