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by Gino on January 22, 2013

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After Six Seasons, Private Practice Ends Tonight

Private Practice finishes its six-season with Addison (Kate Walsh) and Jake’s (Benjamin Bratt) wedding. Sarah Ramos (Parenthood) and Diane Farr guest star and original cast member Audra McDonald returns. (10p ET, ABC)

DIVORCE LAWYER HAS SEX WITH CLIENT THEN BILLS HER FOR ‘SERVICES RENDERED’: An attorney in Minnesota has been banned from practicing law for the next 15 months after he billed a client for sex. Thomas P. Lowe was first approached by the client — an acqauintance — who needed representation in her divorce. When their relationship turned into a sexual one, Lowe billed the woman for the time he spent having sex with her. The attorney eventually put a stop to both the professional and personal relationship which ended in the woman attempting suicide and revealing the nature of her relationship with him. He first denied the allegations but several months later admitted to it. (

GEORGE W. BUSH’S PICKUP TRUCK AUCTIONED FOR $300K: A pickup truck that was used by former President George W. Bush at his Texas ranch was sold at auction Saturday (January 19th) for $300,000 after he donated it to benefit the Fisher House Foundation, which provides free housing for families of military service members who are receiving medical treatment. The Barrett-Jackson auction house didn’t disclose the buyer of the 2009 Ford F-150 King Ranch 4×4 SuperCrew. Bush said in a statement, “I haven’t driven on a street in many, many years, but I have been able to drive this truck on my ranch.” The right airbag panel on the truck was signed by the former president. The buyer also received a video showing Bush autographing the airbag panel and driving around the ranch.

GET READY FOR TWO WEEKS OF PRE-SUPER BOWL HARBAUGH CHATTER: Now that we know it will be the Baltimore Ravens versus the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on February 3rd in New Orleans, brace yourself for two weeks of chatter about the Harbaugh brothers, who will be the first siblings to face each other as head coaches in the NFL championship game. 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, who’ll be playing against big brother John Harbaugh, the Ravens’ coach, said Monday (January 21st), “Well, I think it’s a blessing and a curse. A blessing because that is my brother’s team. And, also, personally I played for the Ravens. Great respect for their organization. . . . The curse part would be the talk of two brothers playing in the Super Bowl and what that takes away from the players that are in the game. Every moment that you’re talking about myself or John, that’s less time that the players are going to be talked about.” As for John Harbaugh, he was trying to play down the historical nature of it all, saying, “I like reading a lot of history . . . I guess it’s pretty neat. But is it really going to be written about? It’s not exactly like Churchill and Roosevelt or anything. It’s pretty cool, but that’s as far as it goes.”

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