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Dude, where's my car service? Thinking it was theirs, Carl Anderson, Howard Sherman and Evelyn Monroe Neill of Doremus made off with a car that was meant for Merkley's Andy Hirsch and Randy Saitta last Tuesday night. The agencies work in the same building, and both groups were headed to a United Hospital Fund fundraiser at the Waldorf-Astoria honoring Omnicom boss John Wren. ... At Adweek's 30th Creative Seminar in San Francisco, Alex Bogusky revealed the secret behind the famed Bogusky locks: The Crispin Porter + Bogusky ecd claims to trim his hair with a Flowbee, if you can believe that. "I don't cut it very often," he said, explaining that the vacuum haircut system, a mainstay of late-night infomercials, is best used on shorter hair. ... As if we don't get enough Donny Deutsch on the tube, check out Celebrity Poker Showdown Oct. 31 on Bravo. Yes, the overexposed adman turned talk-show host plays Texas Hold 'Em against B (minus) list actors Neil Patrick Harris (aka Doogie Howser, M.D.), Kathy Griffin, Shannon Elizabeth and Chevy Chase. Nobody's saying whether he wins or loses, but he did his bluffing on behalf of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. ... Mary Baglivo, challenging Ken Kaess for the Deepest Tan in the Business award, lunching with colleague Bob Isherwood at Giorgione in SoHo last Monday, her first day as New York CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi. ... Janet Jackson's boob just won't go away. Asked about the infamous Super Bowl halftime-show wardrobe malfunction at a "Night of the Media Heavyweights" event in New York last Monday, ABC's Mike Shaw defended network television, calling it the "most highly regulated medium of all," whereas cable prefers to "put boobs on all day long." Sean Cunningham of the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau shot back, "The stuff that people watch is on cable."