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All Your Favorite TV Ladies Hop Into Bed Together ... And Lady Mary's There Too

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | April 3, 2012 | Comments ()


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"Vanity Fair" released the photos for their TV issues and I'm not sure why Celebitchy is griping about ageism. With Vergara (39) and Margulies (45) on the cover, this is practically an AARP brochure as far as the world of fashion magazines are concerned. What you don't see in that header photo is Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary from "Downton Abbey") flung across the bottom of the bed like a pile of dirty linens. That gives me an odd sense of satisfaction. Pictured inside (if you follow the link), is the usual garters and bosomy nonsense of this kind of spread. But, oh my, Archie Panjabi and Kat Dennings. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of female beauty, this woman was obviously surrounded by a lot of positive reinforcement growing up. Read her delusional account of why she's disliked because of her staggering beauty. Um, lady, word to the wise, that's not why they dislike you. (Daily Mail)

And Dustin, because he's a gentleman, has fallen on his TV sword in order to review the first episode of "The Killing." Spoiler alert: it still makes no sense. Boringly so. (Warming Glow)

Unreality has five great performances given by puppets. Um, ahem, YOU FORGOT SIR DIDYMUS you blackguards. (Unreality)

A scientist has discovered that the majority of "advances" made in attempting to find the cure for cancer don't hold up. Cool, that's not terrifying and devastating at all. Carry on, science. (Yahoo)

We have an exclusive first look at TK and his new baby. He sold me the image for a bottle of bourbon and my VHS copy of Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time. (FSR)

Just kidding. Um, obviously I hope. Speaking of family photos, I adore this gender-swapping photo project. Sometimes hipsters do good work, you know? (Curious Brain)

In a world of underwhelming non-apologies, this one from "Two And A Half Men" creator Lee Aronsohn is the non-iest. (THR)

The Tony Awards appear to have gotten the memo that NPH should host all the things and have hired him back to MC this year's ceremony. (The Insider)

The adorable Matt Patches has dug up the most insane and wonderful covers of Celine Dion's timeless classic "My Heart Will Go On." Why? So you don't have to. (Hollywood.com)

I would love to see Peggy Olson try to pitch this Burger King ad campaign in the conference room of Sterling Cooper Draper and Pryce. Perhaps that sexist copywriter could hum some Jimmy Buffett in the background to set the mood. (Design Taxi)

And if you've fallen behind in your "Mad Men" viewing, check out this snappy recap via Post-Its. ("Mad Men" In Post-It Notes)

Finally, check out this jaw-dropping gymnastics routine. Okay, it's not all that staggering in itself but the woman is 86 years old. Let's see Betty White do THAT. (via Business Insider)







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