Let the Emmy campaigning begin. The TV Acad is hosting a panel gabfest devoted to "The Office"at 7:30 p.m. on March 18 at its Leonard Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood. The show's first-string stars are all set to appear — Steve Carell, John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer and B.J. Novak — but I gotta believe that a few others will be there too. How can you talk about "Office" without Angela, Andy, Kelly, Oscar or Kevin? …

Jeopardycelebcr My money's on Elizabeth Perkins. The "Weeds" star will face off against thesp Aisha Tyler and "Dancing With the Stars"/"America's Funniest Home Videos" host Tom Bergeron in a  "Celebrity Jeopardy!"installment set to air Tuesday. It was taped in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. The winner of the one-shot episode gets a $50,000 donation to their designated charity, while the other two players will receive $25K apiece for the charities of their choice. Perkins is playing for the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition; Tyler is playing for Doctors Without Borders and the International Rescue Committee; and Bergeron is in the game for the Muscular Dystrophy Assn…

More good works worth a shout-out: HBO entertainment prexy Sue Naegle was feted on Thursday by Sue Naegle-Lurie-Spire the Alliance for Children's Rights, a local org that does God's work on behalf of the neediest of the needy, foster kids in L.A. County. Sue is a most deserving honoree, and I'm told that her husband Dana Gould made a very sweet and short speech about his wife and their adventures in parenthood. (Sue is pictured far right with Ziffren Brittenham's Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, a longtime Alliance supporter, and Alliance chief Janice Spire) On hand for the event at the Beverly Hilton were Diane Keaton, Ted Danson, Jeff Probst, Angie Harmon, Nia Vardalos. LAPD boss William Bratton and his wife Rikki Klieman also got a laurel from the Alliance, presented by "Law & Order" chief Dick Wolf...

Something to watch for: Craig Fergusonis escaping from latenight for a little bit to host his first standup spec for Comedy Central, "A Wee Bit O' Revolution," set to bow March 22 at 10 p.m. He'll riff on his experiences in and out of rehab, among other topics. 

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