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We welcome everyone to Framed, "The blog that has no catchphrase" and "The Official Technology Partner of the Arizona Diamondbacks." Hola!

This week we're pleased to feature Chris Brown's second appearance in Framed. Although all of his four albums have charted in the U.S. Top 10, Brown is perhaps now best-known for pleading guilty to felony assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2008. The episode has tainted the career of the talented singer/dancer, although he seems to be on the comeback trail with four awards at the recent BET Awards.

And it's not just Chris in this week's video: "Next 2 You" also features our favorite Canadian human, Justin Bieber. Bieber, who appears in our blog about every three seconds, sings and dances "amid destruction," according to our friend, Wikipedia--and, boy, if that doesn't make you want to watch it, we don't know what will.

So kick back, see what our race construes to be entertainment, post a bunch of bizarrely speculative comments like you always do, and vow to return here again in a week! It'll be worth it!

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1 - "Maybe this would work better if we were coplanar."

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2 - "Great Scott! Jimmy's in trouble!"

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3 - "Rihanna! You? The 50 foot woman??"

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4 - "We hail you, Flame-O!"

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5 - Gov. Chris Christie's invisibility had no effect on his weight!

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6 - "This precognizant vision of a world in which individuality is marginalized by oppressive forces seems mildly paranoid."

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7 - "So you really do like girls? Not like all the blogs say?"

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8 - "Even the combined might of Superman and O'Connor can't stop me now!"

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9 - "No, no, it's true! Some of my fans believe in creationism!"

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10 - "A fifth year for Framed! Flee!"

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11 - "Why, yes... yes, I do know Chris Brown. "

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12 - "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning. Where the hell is this caption going?"

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