Last night, our own "Mind of Man" columnist was trying to tell me that couples moving in together was the kiss of death for their relationship. I think he's crazy -- always, always, always move in together before you commit to marriage, trust me! -- but it did get me thinking about what some real kiss of death moments are for couples. Just don't be mad at us if you decide to dump your boyfriend as a result.
Long before company celebrators bench-pressed fax machines, partygoers performed competitive face-plants into ice water, or family members gathered around an aluminum pole to wield complaints at one another, the common people of ancient Rome began to act up.
Big buzz surrounds the Seinfeld not-a-reunion on "Curb Your Enthusiasm"; eager crowds gather in Manhattan as "Sex and the Cit" films its second movie; and "Friends," of course, remains sacredly syndicated.