Here's Your Hat, There's Your Derby: The Headgear Of Kentucky Derby 2K10

It is a tradition at the Kentucky Derby that all in attendance drink mint juleps and wear fairly ridiculous looking hats. This year was no exception:

If you're wondering where Carmen Sandiego is, the answer is clearly Louisville, KY.


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Ralph mocked Sheila's hat, until they popped a tire on the drive home, and used it as a spare.


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Barbara was so excited to attend the Derby that she left the salon with the dryer still attached to her head.


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Nick Lachey: didn't bother wearing a hat, is divorced from a Simpson sister.


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Pete Wentz: wore a hat, is still married to a Simpson sister.


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"Sit down, Victoria!" "No, Reginald! Not until everyone sees how marvelous I am!"


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"Nice race. Too bad I'm going to have to knock Dick Tracy's lights out when it's all over." (PS: Doesn't this look like the Man in Black from Lost?)


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"I was not aware that actually seeing the race was a primary objective."


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Lydia Deetz: The Kentucky Derby Edition.


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Terrell Owens didn't wear a hat, but his guests B.J. Williams and Kita Williams did.


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Johnny Weir did wear a hat, but I'm kind of more impressed by his shoes.


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Very Eliza Doolittle, no? 10 points if she stands up and yells "Move yer bloomin' arse!"


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"Oh, you thought I'd look stupid in this hat? Sucks for you that I'm Diane Lane and I look ridiculously beautiful in everything."


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"No, Coby, I'm not telling you if you're on the naughty or nice list this year. Now get lost. And stop biting my style!"


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These two win the day, no?


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Though this man looks like he's having a pretty great time, too.


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And these two are having an awful lot of fun, as well.


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Though I suspect everyone had quite a bit of fun, hats or no, thanks to the other big tradition of the day.

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