PICKED: California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger turned to his former on-screen twin Danny DeVito (in 1988's "Twins") and to Clint Eastwood on Thursday to help drum up more film business for the Golden State as part of the 26-member California Film Commission, reports Reuters. Also named: actor Bill Duke (who appeared in Schwarzenegger's 1987 "Predator"), "Cosby Show" producer Tom Werner and "Driving Miss Daisy" co-producer Lili Zanuck. "Just to show you the talent we have here, between Clint and Lili and me we have three Oscars," joked the Governator.
QUOTED: "I'm a big believer in what goes around comes around. And that's exactly what happened. It's so much more fun to sit back and watch her self-destruct." -- Contestant Ereka Vetrini, 27, on fellow contestant Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth's getting caught lying on camera on "The Apprentice" finale
RULED: Former New Jersey Net Jayson Williams's manslaughter trial will continue after a judge on Thursday denied a defense request for a mistrial. Evidence had been called into question involving photos from a firearm expert's examination of the shotgun that killed limo driver Costas "Gus" Christofi at Williams's mansion on Feb. 14, 2002.
DENIED: New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, 56, told Katie Couric on Friday morning's "Today" show that she has not spoken to Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry about the possibility of her joining the ticket as his Vice President. She also waded around questions about whether she would accept such an invitation, as well as about her wanting the job of president herself
ENTERED: David James Elliott, 43, who plays Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (an ace pilot turned Navy lawyer) on the CBS military drama "JAG," will run the 108th Boston Marathon on Monday, the Associated Press reports. It will be the L.A. resident's first Beantown Marathon, but his fourth overall. His coach, Gary Kobat, has also trained Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell, who ran his first Boston Marathon last year.