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C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G C M K Y P G Jul 27 2011 12:02:59:796AM Post-Gazette PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE  We Y, J Y 27, 2011  WWW.POST-GAZETTE.COM C-6 C-6 Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s teenage son Christopher — who was hospitalized after being injured in a boogie boarding accident last week — is home, People reports. “Blessed to be able to take Christopher out of the hospital last night,” Shriver tweeted Tuesday. “What a feeling of relief to know that he’s going to be fine. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers. The whole family, especially Christopher, felt your love.” The former governor of California, 63, tweeted a similar sentiment Monday night. “Thanks for all your support for Christopher,” he wrote. “It means a lot to me & to him. He’s doing much better & we’ll have him back at full speed soon.” On Tuesday, he added, “I knew Christopher couldn’t be stopped!” Shriver, 55, who filed for divorce from Schwarzenegger earlier this month after the actor’s public admission that he fathered a child with the couple’s longtime housekeeper, had been at the hospital with her son since Friday, when he was admitted to the hospital with a collapsed lung and broken bones. Schwarzenegger has also visited Christopher regularly. “Arnold is a great father,” a source close to the family told People. “He and Maria will always come together when it comes to supporting and loving their children.” “I will forever be grateful to the amazing doctors, nurses and hospital staff in the ICU who helped my son,” Maria added. “We were very lucky. Many patients and families we met have been there so long and have no end in sight. I pray for their recovery.” n Don’t sign something if you haven’t read it. You could come off looking like a real jerk. Like what happened with Arnold Schwarzenegger , who refiled his response to Maria Shriver’s divorce petition, this time without the stingy demands that she not receive spousal support or attorneys’ fees, E! reports. Why the change of heart? Well, because he apparently didn’t read the fine print on his filing the first time around. Or even the really big print. Per the newly filed documents obtained by E! News, this time around, he’s not attempting to block the spousal support request or her request for him to pay her legal bills. According to TMZ, Schwarzenegger only did so in the first place as he apparently didn’t feel the need to look over the legal document before it went to court, and thus wasn’t aware that his lawyer had tried to put the kibosh on Maria’s two requests. The two hang-ups were the only major differences in their initial filings to end their 25-year marriage. In the new filing, the Governator stuck with the plan and requested join custody of their two minor sons, 13-year-old Christopher and 17-year-old Patrick , and asked for child visitation to be awarded to both him and Maria. He also failed to list an exact date for their separation, marking it down as “TBD.” n Singer Lauryn Hill gave birth to a baby boy over the weekend, her sixth child, according to several reports. A source close to Hill, 36, said there were complications with the birth on Saturday night because the baby’s umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck, but that Hill and her son are both “fine” now. The baby’s name and father’s identity have not been released. The status of her relationship with long-term boyfriend Rohan Marley — Bob Marley’s son and the father of Hill’s other five children — is unclear. Marley has said that he is not the father of her new son and tweeted on Monday: “I’m forwarding all well wishes to Ms. Hill on the birth of her new son.” A source told CNN that Hill is calling the baby “Baby Boy Marley.” n Jesse James and Kat Von D have called off their engagement and broken up. “I’m so sad because I really love her,” James tells People exclusively. “The distance between us was just too much.” James, 42, and the “LA Ink” star, 29, were engaged in January and had been planning a summer wedding around the one- year anniversary of when they started dating. But the commute between Los Angeles, where Von D shoots her reality show, and James’ home outside Austin, Texas, where he lives with his kids, Chandler , 16, Jesse Jr. , 14, and Sunny , 7, proved to be too much. Von D confirmed the split on Twitter: “I am no longer w Jesse,” she writes, “and out of respect for him, his family and myself, thats all the info I’d like to share. Thanks for respecting that.” people From Web and wire reports 4.1 2.9 1 2 3 4 4 4 7 8 9 9 9 Network, rating /share Homes, in millions Source: Nielsen Media Research America’s Got Talent - Tues. 8.5 NBC, 7.3/12 NCIS 7.7 CBS, 6.6/11 America’s Got Talent - Wed. 6.9 NBC, 5.9/10 60 Minutes 6.2 CBS, 5.3/10 (tie) The Bachelorette 6.1 ABC, 5.3/9 (tie) NCIS: Los Angeles 6.1 CBS, 5.3/9 (tie) CSI 5.5 CBS, 4.7/8 Big Brother 13 -Wed. 5.1 CBS, 4.4/8 The Big Bang Theory 4.9 CBS, 4.2/8 (tie) Big Brother 13 - Sun. 4.8 CBS, 4.2/7 (tie) Criminal Minds 4.9 CBS, 4.2/7 (tie) Overall 3.1 2.4 0.5 Top 10 TV shoWs For the week ending Sunday One ratings point equals 1,159,000 TV homes: share is percentage of TVs tuned to a show. prime time ratings Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette From left, U2’s Larry Mullen Jr. on drums, Bono on guitar and vocals, and Adam Clayton on bass guitar, perform in the “360 World Tour” Tuesday at Heinz Field. By Scott Mervis Pittsburgh Post-Gazette When you travel with a stage that rises 168 feet in the sky and looks like a space invader from “War of the Worlds,” you risk making the performers themselves seem, well, tiny. Unless, of course, you have a Bono handy. Despite being under 5-foot-9, the 51-year-old U2 singer has a mighty big presence, which cast its shadow for the first time Tuesday night in the Steelers’ house, Heinz Field. Pittsburghers have been on the sidelines hearing about this record-breaking, $700-million- grossing “360 World Tour” now since the spring of 2009, and we managed to squeeze in there on the last week as the penultimate show (it ends Saturday in Moncton, Canada). Having gone through the paces through 60 shows over three years, U2 might be burned out on this 360 number and ready to move on to the next album cycle, but it didn’t show as the band barrels to the finish line. The occasion for the tour, which might be forgotten now, was “No Line on the Horizon,” the band’s 12th album and first since 2004. However you might have thought it was the “Achtung Baby” tour when the top spire started smoking at 9:10 and U2 hit the stage at with “Even Better Than the Real Thing” followed with “The Fly,” “Mysterious Ways” and the electrifying “Until the End of the World,” all from that 1991 classic. U2’s sound was forged in clubs but designed for stadiums with the muscular rhythm section of Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr., The Edge’s ringing guitar heroics and Bono’s anthemic scope. It was all there in the fifth song and U2 template “I Will Fol- low,” which had the Ketchup Bottle bouncing. The stage’s ramps and hydraulic bridges made U2 look like it was floating right on top of the sea of fans. Bono was handy with the applause-generating local references. He gave a shout out to “our neighbor and Irish ambassador [Dan] Rooney,” noted that “the world would not be the same without Andy Warhol” and introduced himself as the Christina Aguilera of U2. The crowd helped him out with the name of The Decade, the club the band played in Pittsburgh 30 years ago on it’s first U.S. tour. “And what a decade it was,” he said. “A man’s hair should never look like it was struck by an iron, but I was proud of my mullet.” A commander on a space station 200 miles high appeared on the screen to say “Hello Pittsburgh” and request U2’s finest song of the past decade, “Beautiful Day,” and recite some of its words with Bono, who also inserted a snippet of David Bowie’s lonesome “Space Oddity.” The spacecraft above them at Heinz didn’t really display its full power until U2 hit the segment with “City of Blinding Lights” and “Vertigo.” That’s when a dazzling cylindrical screen dropped down and we all got our money’s worth out of the most expensive stage in history. The Martin Luther King Jr. tribute “Pride (In the Name of Love)” came with a crowd sing- along, “Discotheque” veered into a brief Talking Heads medley and “Sunday Bloody Sunday” was passion and chaos with The Edge scratching out one of his most jagged riffs. U2 ended the main set with “Walk On” as a moving tribute to Amnesty International with the stage surrounded by candles. The band’s emotional ballad, “One,” began an encore set that also included Bono’s beautiful take on “Hallelujah” leading into a thunderous “Where the Streets Have No Name” with the spacecraft glowing an angry red. The color was carried through in his laser suit for “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me,” which had him swinging on a rope. The band closed out the U.S. portion of the tour with the somber weight of “With or Without You” and “Moment of Surrender” and the rousing “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.” U2 was a force back when all Bono had for props was a white flag, but having seen the Irish rockers from the Fulton Theater through the various arena and stadium shows, it’s easy to say this was the band and its production at peak power. Interpol is one of those bands that should not be exposed to direct sunlight, belonging somewhere in a dark New York or London club. But that’s part of being an opening act on a stadium tour, along with playing to the partial crowd that filtered in from the tailgate parties. Interpol, which puts a sonic upgrade on the bleak post-punk of U2 contemporaries Joy Division, battled the light along with the rumbling echo that turned some of its clean, precise songs into cacophony. U2 fans likely got the gist of it, though, through songs like “The Heimlich Maneuver,” “Evil” and the amazing “Slow Hands,” powered by the driving bass and frontman Paul Banks’ commanding baritone. Scott Mervis: smervis@post- gazette.com;412-263-2576; Twitter: @scottmervis_pg; Blog: www.post- gazette.com/popnoise U2 here is still larger than life concert review TONIGHT ON TV 8 8:30 9 9:30 10 10:30 11 11:30 2 KDKA Big Brother The veto competition takes place. (N) (CC) Criminal Minds The team closes in on a serial killer. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Targets of Obsession. News at Eleven (N) Late Show Letterman (N) 4 WTAE The Middle (CC) Modern Family (CC) Modern Family (CC) Happy Endings (9:31) Primetime Nightline: Celebrity Secrets (N) (CC) Action News at 11 (N) Nightline (11:35) (N) 6 WJAC Minute to Win It (N) (CC) America’s Got Talent (N) Love in the Wild (N) (CC) News (N) Jay Leno (N) 7 WTRF Big Brother (N) (CC) Criminal Minds CSI: Crime Scene News (N) Letterman (N) 8 WWCP So You Think You Can Dance Top 8 Perform. (N) (CC) News (N) Name Is Earl Raymond King 9 WTOV Minute to Win It (N) (CC) America’s Got Talent (N) Love in the Wild (N) (CC) News (N) Jay Leno (N) 10 WTAJ Big Brother (N) (CC) Criminal Minds CSI: Crime Scene News (N) Letterman (N) 11 WPXI Minute to Win It A California couple vie for the prize. (N) America’s Got Talent (N) (L) (CC) Love in the Wild The couples search for an artifact. (N) News (N) Tonight Show w/J. Leno (N) 13 WQED NOVA Lizard Kings. NOVA Expedition to collect new fossil clues. American Experience Dinosaur Wars. (CC) Charlie Rose (N) (CC) 19 WPCW America’s Next Top Model The winner is chosen. (CC) America’s Next Top Model Fourteen become finalists. 10 O’Clock News (N) The Nightly Sports Call The Office (CC) Everybody-Raymond 21 WFMJ Minute to Win It (N) (CC) America’s Got Talent (N) Love in the Wild (N) (CC) News (N) Jay Leno (N) 22 WPMY Burn Notice Michael hunts down a child-predator. (CC) Burn Notice Michael’s neighbor needs his help. (CC) Friends (CC) New Adv./Old Christine Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Boy is abducted. 27 WKBN Big Brother (N) (CC) Criminal Minds CSI: Crime Scene First News Letterman (N) 33 WYTV The Middle Family Family Happy Primetime Nightline (N) News (N) Nightline (N) 40 WPCB “Perpetua Early Church Martyr” Restoration Road Life Focus With Arlene Quick Study (CC) Joseph Prince The Place for Miracles 43 WUAB Burn Notice Friendly Fire. Burn Notice Noble Causes. News (N) Sports Extra How I Met Family Guy 53 WPGH So You Think You Can Dance Top 8 Perform. Dancers try to impress the judges. (N) (L) (CC) Channel 11 News on FOX 53 at 10 (N) Seinfeld The Baby Shower. My Name Is Earl Bad Earl. 59 WBGN “Cooley High” (1975) ★★★ Glynn Turman. Cheaters RENO 911! South Park South Park PREMIUM CABLE ENC “Dumb & Dumber” (1994) ★★ Jim Carrey. Two witless wonders take a cash-laden briefcase to Aspen. (CC) “Alice in Wonderland” (9:50) (2010) ★★ Johnny Depp. (CC) “Slap Shot” (11:40) (1977) ENC/ LOVE “Mr. Wonderful” (7:20) (1993) ★★★ (CC) “Dangerous Liaisons” (1988) ★★★ Glenn Close. Bored ex- lovers engage in decadent games of seduction. “The Guru” (2002) ★★ Heather Graham. ENC/ MYST. “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day” (2009) ★ Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Judd Nelson. (CC) “ZigZag” (2002) ★★ Sam Jones III, John Leguizamo, Oliver Platt. (CC) “The Assignment” (11:45) ENC/ WEST. “Cowboy” (1958) ★★★ Glenn Ford, Jack Lemmon, Anna Kashfi. (CC) “Man in the Wilderness” (9:40) (1971) ★★★ Richard Harris, John Huston, Henry Wilcoxon. 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A hit man hides out in Italy. “Voyeur’s Web” (11:45) SHO The Green Room Penn & Teller Penn & Teller Weeds (CC) The Franchise: Giants Penn & Teller The Franchise: Giants The Green Room STARZ “Blade II” (8:02) (2002) ★★ Wesley Snipes. A vampire hunter unites with his prey against a new threat. (CC) Torchwood: Miracle Day Torchwood goes on the run. “The Social Network” (2010) ★★★ (CC) STARZ-E “Armored” (7:30) (2009) ★★ Matt Dillon. (CC) “Eat Pray Love” (2010) ★★ Julia Roberts, James Franco, Javier Bardem. A divorcee embarks on a global quest to change her life. (CC) “Mother and Child” (2009) TMC “Middle of Nowhere” (2008) ★★ Susan Sarandon, Eva Amurri. (CC) “Next Day Air” (9:40) (2009) ★ Donald Faison, Mike Epps, Wood Harris. (CC) “King of Paper Chasin’” (11:05) (2009) D.L.. 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(CC) Family Affair The Mo’Nique Show (N) BRAVO The Real Housewives of New Jersey Kathy Griffin: 50 & Not Pregnant Rocco’s Dinner Party Bangers ’N Cash. (N) Flipping Out Jeff Lewis Design’s motto. (CC) CMT “Broken Bridges” (2006) ★ Toby Keith, Kelly Preston. (CC) Texas Women (CC) Country Fried CNBC American Greed Mob Money: Murders and Mob Money: Murders and Mad Money CNN In the Arena (N) Piers Morgan Tonight (N) Anderson Cooper 360 (N) (CC) COM Chappelle’s Chappelle’s South Park South Park South Park Jon (N) Daily (N) Colbert (N) C-SPAN Tonight From Washington Capital News Today DIS Good Luck Charlie (CC) PrankStars Pilot. (CC) Wizards-Place A.N.T. Farm (CC) So Random! (CC) Good Luck Charlie (CC) Phineas and Ferb (CC) Babysitter’s a Vampire DSC Sons of Guns AK 47 and sniper rifle combination. (CC) Sons of Guns The “American Chopper” team gun. (N) One Man Army Will to Win. (N) (CC) Sons of Guns The “American Chopper” team gun. DSC/ INV Dateline on ID A mother of two mysteriously dies. 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