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The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Ohio Family Murders, Wuphf, Kany West, Erin Barry, Tony Parker, Michael Vick and more


The Omelette Friday November 19, 2010

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Midnight Release

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows was released at midnight and already had $25 million in pre-ticket sales. Don't miss Jim Teti's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Review, which was a challenge to review "as he was reviewing half a film" essentially.

And, now the roundup...

Say goodbye to Ryan Howard's social network endeavor Wuphf in NBC's "The Office" - in last night's episode Ryan had to sell Wuphf (a revolutionary networking endeavor) to pay back his many investors. After last night's episode of The Office ended, the fictitious website managed by NBC went live. Former San Antonio Spur Brent Barry's wife Erin Barry may be the mistress who ended Tony Parker and Eva Longoria's marriage. Kanye West is done with The Today Show after Matt Lauer's nasty interview. Michael Vick is flying high for the Eagles after a second consecutive NFC Offensive Player of the Week Award following his legendary 6-touchdown performance on Monday Night. The bodies of several family members in Ohio have been discovered following a kidnapping. Myspace has finally given into Facebook and is featuring many Facebook features throughout it's site after a "Mashup Facebook Connect" deal.

Finally the Eagles take on the Giants this Sunday night on NBC. The 6-3 Eagles will host the Giants who are also 6-3. The winner will go into sole possession of first place in the NFC East.