For Barenaked Ladies, it's been one week from hellBNL on drugs? Bay Area nerds love the goofy-smart Toronto rock band Barenaked Ladies for lots of reasons: Frontman Steven Page's pudgy physique. Punny, word-playful lyrics clean enough for junior high, but full of adult self-effacement. Musical arrangements that borrow from folk and a capella. The band's ironic rap about stuff white people like, "One Week," was licensed by Apple as one of ten preloaded tracks in the very first version of iTunes in 2001. BNL's theme song for current CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory recaps the history of the universe (Australopithecus! Deuteronomy!) in under two minutes. So it was kind of a shock while reading up on co-frontman Ed Robertson's plane crash this weekend — all four on board escaped unharmed — to stumble upon a mug shot from Steven Page's, um, cocaine bust.Believe it: Page, a father of three, separated from his wife last year and admitted to snorting coke with his new girlfriend prior to his arrest last month in upstate New York. On Friday, he was granted an extension of his court appearance to October in order to prepare his case. It seems way out of whack for nice-guy Page to do coke, but totally in character to admit it to the cops. There's a very clever song in here somewhere. (Photo by Manlius, NY Police Department)