Friends, Michael Moore, Chelsea Clinton and P. Diddy

Friends, Michael Moore, Chelsea Clinton and P. Diddy are in the Foxlight

Which shows would you put on the air if you were programming the networks? If you're a Friends fan, then that's what you get with the new DVD episodes. The people have spoken, and they wanted the first season. Now, all 24 episodes from the 1994-95 season are here. It's nice to be reminded that Joey hasn't gotten any smarter — and to see what Chandler looked like before rehab. Do the Friends get any of the $69.99 from the set? That's what they need — bigger paychecks.

Michael Moore loves to unearth the foibles of the wealthy and powerful. He loves to defend the little guy. Now, despite his girth, he's the little guy — he's been evicted from his office. But the reason is unusual for someone who's gotten rich and famous by making fun of the rich and famous — he didn't pay the rent. He whines about it on his website as though it's his landlord's fault. Maybe that landlord will make a documentary trying to find him called Michael and Me.

Finally, Chelsea Clinton is hanging with a new homie. Here's a couple that paints an interesting picture — the former first daughter and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. That's right. They hooked up at a local New York nightspot recently and chatted for a while. Hey, between Secret Service for her and entourage for him, they both have a posse.