It seems that not everyone has faith in NBC's fall schedule. This, and much more celebrity gossip, TV news, and webjunk after the cut! [The Live Feed.]

TV News and the Best of the Rest on the Web

  • In TV News...
  • Sunday's episode of Mad Men will focus around everyone's favorite office bitchface, Pete Campbell and will be directed by everyone's favorite silver fox—John Slattery. [TV.com]
  • Ricky Gervais is set to launch a new version of The Office—in China! [NY Post]
  • There's a second Conan O'Brien/TBS commercial out, and this time, they play with claymation. [Movieline]
  • Jimmy Kimmel isn't so happy about twitter's new auto-follow feature—it suggests he follow his ex, Sarah Silverman. [The Live Feed]
  • Why do the characters of this Glee comic book look so darn weird? [Vulture]
  • Snooki tried to get her name trademarked, but Snooky the cat prevented her from doing so. Ha! [Movieline]
  • It seems Starz has enough sense to release digital versions of Party Down for download starting August 24. [New York Magazine]
  • You know how everyone left Sterling Cooper last season? Well, the sets from Mad Men seasons one through three are being auctioned off. [Gawker]
  • This preview of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's halloween episode, frankly, looks fantastic. It revolves around the mystery of who knocked Sweet Dee up—and Danny Devito is dressed as spiderman! [Warming Glow]
  • Around the Web...
  • Here's a disturbing video of puppet Snooki and puppet John McCain having sex, courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel. [YouTube]
  • Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt are teaming up for a Lifetime movie called Valentine. [TV Squad]
  • You're jealous: the story of how a 16-year-old made his first million by following the footsteps of his idol, Steve Jobs. [Gizmodo]
  • How much is it going to cost for the new Battleship movie starring Rihanna to be made? Over 200 million. Hope it doesn't suck! [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Eat, Pray, Love: a retrospective of the female midlife crisis. [blisstree]
  • How to be the perfect guest in the 21st century. [Lifehacker]
  • Not much of a surprise, Christina Hendricks looks absolutely stunning in her episode of GQ. [GQ]
  • There was a cat fashion show somewhere in NYC last night and I missed it. I thought those only existed in Anchorman. Boy, was I wrong. [Gothamist]