Beyonce is Going to Have Pay Her Own Super Bowl Bills, Bills, Bills
Over at WarmingGlow, Dustin shows us the very humble beginnings of 10 amazing TV showrunners. (WG)
I for one think more churches around the world should use badass gremlin and xenomorph gargoyles to scare the sin out of you. (Neatorama) But, hopefully they don't come alive at night like these guys.
Star Trek & The City is a Twitter account that mashes up "Star Trek" and "Sex & the City." Set phasers to pun. (Twitter)
Needless to say, the Prime Directive wasn't the only thing Samantha violated that night.— Star Trek & The City (@trekandthecity) January 24, 2013
"30 Rock" is coming to an end this week. Let's look back on the important lessons we've learned from Liz Lemon. (BF)
Tina Fey is trying to make a musical version of Mean Girls happen and they've already started dreamcasting it over at Flavorwire. Emma Stone as in Lindsay Lohan's role? Sure. She can do relatable and witty in her sleep and still get believably catty. Mae Whitman as Janis Ian? Four for you, Glen Coco. Mae can play "bifurious" with the best of them. Adam DeVine as Damian? I loved him in Pitch Perfect, but why not get the orginal Damian? I doubt he's busy, and we can work on his singing.
Beyonce (notorious lip-syncher, public enemy #1, sitter upon a throne of LIES! Just kidding, I don't care) will be performing an the Super Bowl Halftime show this weekend, where she'll be expected to foot most of the bill for her production costs. Not that she'll have any trouble with that since she's signed a $50 million deal with Pepsi. (Celebitchy)
The epic battle between cats and mice has been taken up a notch. It's time for them to suit up! (io9)
This is a beautiful collection of rare color photographs from the early 1900s. (Curious Eggs)
Finally, an explanation for that random cameo in Django Unchained from (original recipe Emily Quartermaine) Amber Tamblyn. (Cinama Blend)
"Malcolm in the Middle" mini-reunion on "Breaking Bad!" Jane Kaczmarek confirms that we'll see her on the show when it returns with its final episodes. I guess Frankie Muniz too busy poking his Shia LaBoof voodoo doll to join in? (Hollywood.com)
FANS OF "FRIENDS!" (Friendlies or just Friends?) A man in Beijing has opened up his very own replica Central Perk, down to the orange couch. On top of that, they only serve foods that have been mentioned on the show, which means you should be able to get yourself a traditional English trifle. So... I guess I'm going to
Yemen China. (NPR)
This one's a little something from me to you. My amazingly talented and lovely friend Juana is an pretty great illustrator. I hope her drawings bring as big a smile to your taco dip covered faces as they do mine. (Juana Medina)
Here's what Star Wars might look like when tossed into a Sarlacc pit full of lens flare. Has anyone checked on BSlim? Did his head explode Scanners-style when he heard the news? Will the real BSlim Shady please stand up?
To end on a very confusing note, it seems that Blade Runner's Joanna Cassidy has finally delivered the missing snake dance scene you all have been CLAMORING for.
Jasmine Markes is right on top of that, Rose.
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