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Ron Paul( Gabriel Bouys / AFP/Getty Images )
Campaign soundtrack: Despite a fanatical following, Ron Paul hasn't won anything, so that winning soundtrack hasn't been widely documented. But, after finishing up in Nevada, a Ron Paul campaign song and video created by The Violets, a New York-based band, made the rounds and has now seen over 50,000 views on YouTube.
Favorite movie/TV show: TV Guide is going to release info on the candidates' favorite shows. Paul hasn't been forthcoming with the info, but being a Libertarian, maybe he likes reruns of "Gilligan's Island." They were pretty free, except that they couldn't get off the island and could mainly drink only coconut juice.
Celebrity entourage: WWE wrestler Kane, ex-"Baywatch" babe Donna DErrico, and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" cast member Emma Caulfield.
On Hollywood: "[I trust] some of [the media.] But I trust the Internet a lot more, and I trust the freedom of expression. And that's why we should never interfere with the Internet."
Celebrity moment: While on "The Tonight Show," Jay Leno mentioned that Paul was a gynecologist, then joked, Ron Paul was the only person running to have said 'Take off your clothes' to more women than Bill Clinton.