Lunch Break Links: Phil Spector found guilty, Bow Wow bows out

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Columbus Alive

Legendary producer Phil Spector was found guilty of murder.

Reynoldsburg native Bow Wow is retiring from music to focus on acting.

The Decemberists are coming back to The Colbert Report, and Justin Timberlake is returning to Saturday Night Live.

Somebody actually paid $20,000 for one of those bonus packages drummer Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle, Devo, NIN) put together.

HBO is planning a film based on the 2008 presidential election. Recount, its movie about the 2000 contest, was pretty good.

The Watcher explains how How I Met Your Mother was able to hide two pregnancies.

NPR is streaming the new album from Camera Obscura.

Josh Holloway (aka Sawyer from Lost) is a new father. In other Lost news, the show remains the king of online TV.

Who is responsible for the latest "wardrobe malfunction"? That'd be Lil Kim.

Want a peak at King of the Hill's 250th episode?

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is coming out with a straight-to-DVD Christmas special.

I'm ending today with a really fascinating video from, of all people, Moby. He brought in none other than David Lynch to direct it. The music is all instrumental and much less aggravating, though just as car commercial-ready, as his past decade's worth of work. The clip is... well, check it out. It's called "Shot in the Back of the Head."