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--It's August, which means it's time to enter the SNL ticket lottery.  Via, "Send an email in the month of August only to Please include all contact information and do not request a specific date. If you are selected, you will receive two tickets to a random show date and time. You may only send one email per household and all audience members must be at least 16 years of age. You will only be notified in the event that you are chosen." If you manage to get tix because you saw this here, it would be really chill if you invited me!

--Performer/author Rachel Shukert released her second memoir last week, Everything Is Going to Be Great. A huge crowd lined up for her book signing at McNally's in SoHo. Here's a recent interview with the budding literary star. SEE ALSO: Rachel in one of my favorite shows from 2008, Wasp Cove.

--ELSWHERE IN PUBLISHING: I'm reading through an advance copy of SEX: Our Bodies, Our Junk, and this one grabs you by the genitals at Page 1 and never lets go.  ALSO: In this very column, I mentioned that Moshe Kasher was shopping a memoir around -- he's found a publisher.  AND: Rachel Dratch has a "crazy story" to tell about her pregnancy, but she's saving it for a book.

--My real estate agent regretted to inform me that my bid for Conan O'Brien's duplex came in a little low. Coco sold it to some other dude.

--"Daniel Tosh is the new face of Comedy Central," says The Ratings. His numbers keep going up and up.

--If you like loose slots and Bill Cosby, the legendary comedian is doing a couple of shows this month at The Borgata. I'm half tempted to hop on one of those god forsaken Greyhound buses that leave from the Port Authority and see him.

--ONN staff writer Chris Kelly's new show Oh My God, I Heard You're Dying opens next Wednesday at The UCBT. It stars Lennon Parham, Leslie Meisel, Brandon Scott Jones, and many more.

--Jon Daly and Nick Kroll's pilot Rich Dicks was not picked up by Comedy Central.  I hear that they will try to release it when they can. Here's the short that lead to the pilot: