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Thinking about Cee Lo’s cat, ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ and more

    • New deal

      To break the cycle of “discount addiction,” J. C. Penney has changed its pricing structure, cutting tags by 40 percent in general, with “specials” lasting a month rather than a couple of crazy sale days. That’s awesome, but it’s still J. C. Penney. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

    • Where’s Steve?

      I’m making it my mission to alert everyone to SaveSteveHolt.com, a website devoted to bringing the Arrested Development character back for the new episodes. This is not to be confused with I’mOscar!.com. —Ken Miller, associate editor

    • Meow

      The singers sound fine, but the real star of The Voice is Cee Lo’s cat, Purrfect. The furry feline has more than 44,000 Twitter followers and better hair than Christina. Here’s hoping he guest stars in Cee Lo’s Vegas show. —Sarah Feldberg, editor

    • Ad nausea

      Ironic that I caught Cosmo’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” spot during Mad Men, since the casino clearly could have used Don Draper’s help coming up with other ideas. Hell, a baked-beans ballet would be better. —Spencer Patterson, managing editor

    • Final Four

      Sharon, Latrice, Phi Phi and Chad. My favorite queens remained on RuPaul’s Drag Race Monday, only to have a competitive twist thrown at them. Work it next week, ladies! —Mark Adams, listings coordinator

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