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Weekly Best: October 11, 2010

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Harry Hamlin—whose new reality series, Harry Loves Lisa, bowed last week—reveals what went wrong during the Oct. 4 robbery at his L.A. clothing store. “There were no police there,” he tells Robin Milling, “because the alarm company called the wrong police department!”

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Conversations of a Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore gives it up for Daphne Reid who played Will Smith’s mom, Vivian Banks, on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The actress will chat about her acting career, which has included guest turns on series ranging from The A Team to Sister, Sister.

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Laurent Bouzereau, the most prolific “making-of” documentary filmmaker on the planet—who has produced more than 150 companion features for the VHS and DVD releases of flicks ranging from Rope to A.I.—chats with Mr. Media about his new book Hitchcock, Piece by Piece.

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Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone cuts loose with the outrageous Judah Friedlander, who plays Frank Rossitano on 30 Rock, and has graced the big screen in hits like Zoolander and The Wrestler Plus: Scott Hallock and Kevin Healey, creators of the Syfy reality series Scare Tactics.

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Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman mixes it up with Ryan McPartlin, who previously starred as the much younger beau of Fran Drescher on the short-lived sitcom Living with Fran and now plays Devon “Captain Awesome” Woodcomb on the hit NBC action-comedy series Chuck.

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The Stupid Cancer Show hosts Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Seventh Generation blogger Beth Arky, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute’s Environmental Health Trust founder Devra Davis, and Happiest Baby on the Block author Dr. Harvey Karp.

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Harry Hamlin on His Clothing-Store Break-in: “The alarm company called the wrong police department!’

For Harry Hamlin, it was a case of no L.A. law—to save his tony boutique from being burgled, that is.

Interviewed on Milling About with wife Lisa Rinna—stars of the new TV Land reality series Harry Loves Lisa—the L.A. Law hunk reveals how, on Oct. 4, thieves managed to make off with more than $100,000 worth of clothing and accessories from their Belle Gray store in Studio City.

CAPTION: "It's like calling 911 and being on hold for 10 minutes," Harry (above with Lisa) says of trying to report a crime in L.A.County.

"It's like calling 911 and being on hold for 10 minutes," Harry (above with Lisa) says of trying to report a crime in L.A. County.

“Most stores get burgled eventually, particularly on Ventura Boulevard, where we are. We were burgled when we first opened, three times, right away. We had windows then that were shatterable and we now have bullet-proof glass in the entire store,” Harry, who’s also got a new memoir out, titled Full Frontal Nudity, tells host Robin Milling.

“They were able to break down the front door yesterday. You couldn’t get through the glass but you could break the door down.”

“A lot of people on Ventura Boulevard have those gates that come down. We never really wanted to go there because they’re ugly. And we probably were just stupid Continue reading