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Charming Potato Feeds Puppies Cereal, Plus the Most Revolting Thing You'll See All Day

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2013 | Comments ()


John Malkovich is our new celebrity hero. He directly helped save the life of a man who was severely bleeding on a Toronto sidewalk. Your move, Ryan Gosling. (Vulture)

Speaking of Gosling, if you've ever wondered what it would have been like for Kermit the Frog to star in Drive, here's your answer. (Unreality)

Three years ago, Scarlett Johansson won a Tony Award for her role in A View from the Bridge. Last night, ScarJo looked completely not thrilled to have to attend the ceremony at all. (Celebitchy)

Sally Draper is the best damn part of "Mad Men," and at this point, she's the only one who has the balls to tell Don Draper how she really feels about his bullshit. (Warming Glow)


Our very own Dustin Rowles sat down with the IBTimes to discuss his various "Mad Men" conspiracy theories. I'll let you discover the goodness on your own, but do know that they describe Pajiba as merely a "rather fun" pop-culture site. Ahem. (International Business Times)

Dudes, if you're going to plan a naked wedding proposal, at least be sure to show up at the correct house. Awkward. (Uproxx)

Aaron Taylor Johnson is being tapped to play Quicksilver in The Avengers 2. Rowrr. (The Mary Sue)

Olivia Munn wants you to know that she's not just a hot bod -- she knows the Pythagorean theorem (but so does everyone who passed Algebra I). (Videogum)


Charming Potato plays with some puppies in very adorable ways. How can you not adore this guy? (Buzzfeed)

M. Night Shyamalan outed himself as the ghostwriter of a certain teen romantic comedy. (Slashfilm)

Sarah Jessica Parker still thinks she's a fashion darling, and these shoes are ridiculous. (Go Fug Yourself)

Ian Zierling's debut with the Chippendales show is the most horrifying thing of the day. This makes me want to never have sex again. Ever. (DListed)


Superman has always been a financial hard hitter. For anyone who remains skeptical about this fact, these infographics will both enlighten and entertain. (Film School Rejects)

If you've been itching to get all worked up again about the "Game of Thrones" wedding in Lego form, you're in luck. (Kotaku)

Do you still live at home with your parents? Don't worry because you're in great company. Just look at the examples of Jennifer Lawrence, Steve Jobs, and Miles Davis. (Mental Floss)

Miley Cyrus is still twerking it up, and she did so onstage with Juicy J by suggestively shaking her rear to the tune of "Bandz a Make Her Dance." Essentially, this video shows what it's like when a girl with no booty tries to shake it.

Finally (and I probably should have included this in Friday's column), here is the audio of Nine Inch Nails' new single, "Came Back Haunted." Sadly, I am not in love with it.

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  • hippyherb

    Look at the body on Ian Ziering. 49 years old and he looks like that. Well done Ian.

  • Sara S.

    Alright, so about that whole Miley Cyrus thing:

    She dances dumb. She can't twerk, but honestly, who cares? She seems pretty stable despite having been one of the most famous teen stars in America. So *Chris Crocker voice* leave Miley alone! Now, back to whatever Amanda Bynes did this week.

  • babykangarootribbiani

    after watching last night;s mad men, i had but one request that will never happen but isn;t it nice to pretend to the lovely overlords of the Emmys; move Elisabeth Moss up to the Lead Actress category and please, PLEASE PLEASE nominate Kiernan Shipka for best supporting actresss this year. Homegirl can act circles around the entire casts of almost every show on a network. And she;s thirteen.

  • Slash

    What's so horrifying about SJP in that linked pic? Honestly, it's the least effed up I've seen her dressed in awhile (those socks with sandals aside). She was never my fashion idol, so seeing her dressed like a real person and looking considerably less horse-like than usual was refreshing.

  • Don Juan de Markup

    I would just like to say that if Miss Munn would like to show up at my house and propose matrimony or going steady or even a nice game of checkers dressed as she is above that would be perfectly alright. Nude Monopoly would be fine too.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I just read the DR interview. We do love a nice Chekov's ________, don't we Pajiba? I actually used the phrase "Chekov's Womb" in a CBR review.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    This is maybe random, but did people see The Princess Bride/Red Wedding mashup? It's brilliant...

  • disqus_mQPW6cixfl

    SJP is not only the most horrifying thing I've seen all day, she's the most horrifying thing I've seen all week, all month, all year, she might be the most horrifying thing I've ever ...


    Ian who?


  • Mrs. Julien

    Dude. Every time, dude?

  • disqus_mQPW6cixfl

    Sure, sure, blame the messenger. I'm not the one wearing ghastly outfits in public all the time.

    And you'll notice up there, I COULD have just been referring to her socks. I mean, I didn't even call her Whinny or nothin'.


  • ferryman

    SJP walks into a bar. The bartender asks ....

  • RE: Olivia Munn. She keeps looking like that, I don't really care whether or not she knows the Pythagorean theorem.

  • What about the Pythagorean your pants?! Suddenly one cares.

  • dizzylucy

    Michael K nailed it calling his 90210 hair a "crispy noodle mullet". I don't want to see this, nor do I want to know that any 90210 star is approaching 50 because damn, that makes me feel old.

    The more Olivia Munn talks about how pretty, funny, and smart she is, the less I believe her. I get her point, but enough already.

  • Laura

    I'm sad for Miley Cyrus. She truly doesn't know how ridiculous she looks. Not that anyone close to here would tell her; where on earth would their next meal ticket come from?

  • lowercase_ryan

    Sad for her because she dances dumb? I actually think she's got a decent head on her shoulders considering her life to date. All things considered, she should be the worst, most repugnant mash up of troubled child star tropes the planet has ever seen.

    Instead she just acts goofy. I'm ok with that.

  • lowercase_ryan

    FYI: Those are the Chippendales that were on the Amazing Race. After watching them I have to say they were some of the most sincerely nice people to ever be on the Race.

    I have a strange compulsion to defend all things related to TAR.

  • koko temur

    oh, thank you! That would have bugged me forever. I adored them on their season, but couldnt make the connection here. They seemed to honestly enjoy themselves on the race, unlike so many others (couples mostly, who always seem to suffer greatly). Im glad they got some exposure of it, even if its 90210 related.

  • Three_nineteen

    Did they win?

  • MrsGnar

    They came in 2nd! The Fabulous Beekman Boys won, which I was totally okay with (even though I would have pooped myself to see one of my favorite guys in the world win) because I'm a huge fan of their show. As a city girl who moved to a farm a few years ago, I can totally relate to those boys.

  • lowercase_ryan

    Nope, but they did better than I expected.

  • disqus_mQPW6cixfl

    Sincerely nicer than the two Globetrotters or the two cowboys?

    That's purty damn nice.

  • lowercase_ryan

    I said some of.

  • Who's Ian Ziering? Doesn't Pajiba have the equivalent of a statute of limitations on how long we need to keep track of low-rent talent?

  • lowercase_ryan

    Let me be clear, I'm not defending Ian Ziering.

  • Well, of course not, you're no Don Quixote. That's a dream more impossible than anyone could dream.

  • IngridToday

    Why is Ian Ziering in Chippendales?

    I went to one of their shows years ago and it was full of women from the Red Hat Society (Aged 55 and above), those guys were so nice and laughing it up with the women. It was kind of adorable.... except when some of the women would grope the men

  • MrsGnar

    I've known the one on the left for about 20 years and can honestly say that he really is that nice! They're both genuinely great guys and I'm so happy that their kindness comes across even when they're running around town without any clothes on!

  • koko temur

    very glad to hear that! They were the best part of that season!

  • lowercase_ryan

    They both struck me as completely genuine, which you would not expect. Glad to hear it :)

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