A Pajiba Love with That Extra Special Ingredient
Be cool, my babies. Sit back, relax and enjoy a nice Chowder-tini (very dirty). I hear it goes down easy.
In sad/potentially fake news (this is Radar) apparently after learning of Creepy Joe's gay affair, Tina Simpson, mother of Jessica and Ashlee, threatened to kill herself and Joe. I hope it's fake because I really feel like we shouldn't know about that. If it's true, I feel dirty knowing that it happened. (Radar)
In news that's an entirely different shade of terrible, Seth McFarlane apparently has fat cell-murdering jizz (I bet it's a tip from Semenology) and has landed another incredibly stunning beauty that we actually like, Charlize Theron. (Celebitchy)
As a fantastically awkward palate cleanser, here's Aubrey Plaza on "Ellen" being socially weird, but delightfully so. (Uproxx)
Do you Pinterest? You totally should (I post lots of recipes and DIY things I'll never do) if only to follow the official "Parks & Rec" Treat Yo'self Pinterest board. Wine station?! NEED. (Pinterest)
The loss of Roger Ebert hit all of us hard. But as someone who left her heart in Chicago (I keep it in several pieces along Broadway near Belmont), this piece by James Hughes (son of John) touched me good. (Slate)
I assume other people MUST listen to the infinitely wonderful podcuddle Walking the Room, and this is old news from the beforetime of last week, but I didn't do PLove last week so SHUT IT, but, after a lengthy break, the show returned on Easter, making me laugh and cry as we find out what exactly went on that killed the show for a while. Long story short, Greg Behrendt, after 15 years of sobriety, had a relapse. A bad one. Greg and Dave Anthony talk about what happened in a way that is so funny and honest that I urge each and every one of you to listen to it right the fuck right now. (Walking the Room)
Rick Santorum thinks gay marriage is "suicidal" to the GOP. Well then, pass around the elephant-shaped cyanide tabs, my friend. (Salon)
Look. The loss of Director Wolfdog hit me hard. But these new Old Spice spots ease the pain a bit.
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