The Glee kids get Simpsons-ized, Kelsey Grammer wants a Fraiser spin-off, WIll Forte didn't leave Saturday Night Live for a movie career, George Takei will play himself on The Big Bang Theory, Walking Dead gets renewed before first episode airs, and more fictional TV/Movie business cards inside!

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In TV News...

  • Jimmy Fallon isn't very happy that NBC refused to put his opening number at the Emmy's online. Said Jimmy, "That could have been worth 500,000 hits on" We wholeheartedly agree! [Movieline]
  • Will Forte says he didn't leave SNL to launch an acting career. The show is demanding (as we all know) and at 40 years old, he wants to spend more time with his family. How can anyone fault him for that? [JoBlo]
  • George Takei will play himself in upcoming episodes of The Big Bang Theory. [TV Squad]
  • Bethenny Frankel claims that she quit the Real Housewies of New York City. Isn't it easy to quit a show when you have your own show on the same network? [Us Magazine]
  • Not every celebrity wants to be on Dancing With the Stars. Here's a list of people who turned the show down. Among them, are Mark Zuckerberg, Ann Coulter, Tim Allen, and Suzanne Somers. [The Live Feed]
  • Here's who the contestants will be paired to dance with officially. [TV Squad]
  • Seth Green is developing an "interactive reality show" called ControlTV. The series will follow six weeks in the life of a twenty-year old guy. [Vulture]
  • Five reasons that the new cast of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be better than the other casts. [Movieline]
  • Kelsey Grammer is "seriously thinking about" a Frasier spin-off. Is it possible for a spin-off to have it's down spin-off—or will everyone's head explode first? [TV Squad]
  • Here's a first look at the Glee kids all Simpsonsized! [Zap2it]
  • The next season of Top Chef is rumored to be an All-Star edition. [Eater]
  • AMC has already renewed their zombie show Walking Dead for a second season—before the first season has even begun to air! [TV Squad]

Around the Web...

  • Apple announced today that you can rent TV shows for $1 and movies for $5 on the new iTunes 10. [Gizmodo]
  • This is exciting: the original Miss Yvonne and Jambi are back for the Broadway adaptation of Pee Wee's Playhouse. [Variety]
  • The top 26 movies with twist endings. [Culture Brats]
  • Are you bad at remembering people's names? Here are a few tricks to make it easier on your brain to remember people upon first meeting them. [LifeHacker]
  • These minimalistic posters of music videos are super cool. [Fubiz]
  • Target will begin selling Facebook credit cards for buying virtual goods online. Similar to an iTunes giftcard, you'll be able to spend money on all the time-wasting games even more easily. [Tech Crunch]
  • The very best photos of kitties break-dancing. [Buzzfeed]
  • This is just ridiculous—a gallery of the "best" Jersey Shore-inspired DeviantART. [Crushable]
  • Here's a lingerie ad that features a photo of Princess Diana playing the cello in her underwear. [Jezebel]
  • Tomorrow is National 90210 Day. Why? Because the date spells out 9/02/10. How will you celebrate? [Warming Glow]
  • Watch David Letterman's early career as a game show host on shows like The Gong Show, Password, and $20,000 Pyramid. [TV Squad]