This week has been all about drama behind the scenes in Hollywood, so why not kick off the weekend with a little more? Well before Summit fought a sh*tstorm over recasting Victoria, Katherine Heigl was irking fans with her comments on Knocked Up. Although she tried to smooth things over, the damage was done. For a while, I saw where she was coming from ... until she decided to produce and star in a little project called The Ugly Truth.

And it looks like I wasn't the only one to note the hypocrisy. While making the rounds for Funny People, Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow stopped by Howard Stern, as US Magazine reports. They were asked about Heigl's comments, and Rogen noted that Truth "looks like it really puts women on a pedestal in a beautiful way." Meanwhile, Apatow tried to be a bit diplomatic, noting potential fatigue from working the circuit. Rogen, however, would have none of it. "I didn't slip and I was doing f****** interviews all day too ... I didn't say s***!"

Apatow wrapped up his thoughts on the matter with: "[You think] at some point I'll get a call saying 'Sorry, I was tired...' and then the call never comes."

Maybe it'll come once every bridge in Hollywood's been burned.
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