A) A scene from the upcoming movie: 29 Days Later, the anticipated sequel to 28 Days Later, where crazy, laughing zombies try to take over your local dance club.
B) A commercial for a new Revlon product that drastically increases forehead shine. It's called SkinLights® Instant Skin Whitetener, and it's coming out in June '06. The slogan is: For when you need that extra shiny forehead, you can count on SkinLights (for men and women).
C) The primary evidence for the lawsuit: Palmer v US Postal Service. Of course we all remember the result of that lawsuit in which everyone's favourite bar, Drink Your Face Off, had to change it's name to The Whiskey Bar.
D) In effort to boost winter-time TV ratings, NBC has opted to follow suit of such shows like: Saved by the Bell: The New Class, and Degrassi: The Next Generation, and of course Star Trek: The Next Generation, and also Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, oh... and we can't forget Star Trek: Enterprise; by bringing back the beloved characters from Friends in a new spin-off show called Alex, Don't Touch Me There. Frankly, I am really excited for the premiere.
[As usual, all names, faces, pics, events, movies, links, lawsuit titles, star trek shows, product titles, are completely fake and added solely for the sake of humour. If you don't find this type of humour remotely funny, please visit this site. Thank you - that is all.]