Come one, come all, to Gawker's fabulous Olympic Village! Tonight's highlight is of course the finals of the Men's free skate, featuring Johnny "Flamboyant" Weir and Yevgeny "Bond Villain" Plushenko. Also, skeleton and some other stuff.

The primetime lineup: Men's free skating final (LIVE). Women's halfpipe final. Women's super combined skiing. Wwomen's 1,000 meters speed skating.

But before everyone settles in, we're super excited tonight to feature an EXCLUSIVE interview with the ghost of Longtooh Greystreak, the arctic fox that gave its life to be the shoulder trimming on Johnny Weir's costume at January's U.S. Figure Skating Championships.

GAWKER: Welcome, Longtooth. How are you feeling about tonight's competition?
GREYSTREAK: Well, for a while I was sort of bitter that my beautiful coat was hacked off my still-breathing body so some twerp could wear it on his shoulders in a figure skating contest. But I've thought about it some more, and I guess I'm sort of proud. I mean, just think of it: My fur—in the Olympics! They can remove my skin, but they'll never be able to take that away from me.
GAWKER: Shoot... Actually, I've got some bad news. Johnny switched to faux fur a while back. He got a bunch of death threats from anti-fur people for wearing you in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
GAWKER: Sorry, you basically died for no reason. No one cares about the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
GREYSTREAK: But... I'm so cold.
GAWKER: Have some cocoa! We've got dried mango, too. Help yourself.

OK, chat away, Olympic fans!