As a nation watches its doomed, sweet princess finally laid to rest, we'd like to take a moment to recognize a news organization that has gone above and beyond the call of duty in its efforts to bring us as close to Anna Nicole Smith in death as it did in life. That's right, we're talking about "Entertainment Tonight," whose selfless shelling out of millions of dollars to purchase footage (and the free "bonus" interviews that came along with them) of Anna and family resulted in one of television's greatest moments: the airing of the C-section that brought little Dannielynn Hope Marshall Stern into the world. Well, that close relationship has paid off. We hear that "E.T." has been allowed to attach a CasketCam—a videocamera that puts you right in the middle of the action—to Anna Nicole's burial box. We don't know about you, but we'll be watching "E.T." tonight. Tackiness on a scale this grand must not go unrewarded.