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Chelsea Handler Explains Away Tweets: "I'm Not Racist; I Date a Lot of Black People"

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | March 5, 2014 | Comments ()


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No way would True Detective’s Rust Cohle commit suicide…no way. (Warming Glow)

He’s far too busy mentally spending the proceeds from his pick-up line cards. (Unreality)

You can take Lena Dunham out of Girls, but can you take Girls out of Lena Dunham? From the look of these promos, I’d say not. (via Vulture)

And hey, did you know Dunham is writing a new four part Archie comic story? This seems oddly fitting if I picture Adam Driver as Jughead. (EW)

A pizza ranks the celebrities who ate him at the Oscars. (The Film Experience)

Sometimes a girl just wants a hot superhero to swoop in and say, “The price of freedom is high and it’s a price I’m willing to pay.” Okay, maybe not…but if he was Chris Evans as Captain America, I’ll bet she’d listen anyway. Oh, and there’s a new Captain America: The Winter Soldier teaser over yonder! (Slashfilm)

Pairs is the latest Patrick Rothfuss card game featuring artwork from the author’s Name of the Wind books; I’m still kicking myself for missing the gorgeous playing card set. Contribute to the Kickstarter to get yourself a deck or two. (Boing Boing)

Speaking of fantasy, it’s here, it’s here! TK, the hoverboard is here! Doc was there for the demo, so I believe. Maybe. It’s not nice to lie to people, Doc. (via Laughing Squid)

Chelsea Handler explains to George Stephanopoulos she why can’t possibly be racist. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of Oscar night, poor Liza was trying so hard to get into that group photo Ellen took. Did she even get any pizza? (Dlisted)

Maybe if she’d taken Jennifer Lawrence’s suggestion: “Somebody should drop a boob if we want this retweeted this many times.” (Uproxx)

Some dude recreated the moment in Legos! (via Neatorama)

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My first thought upon seeing the dress Olivia Munn wore to the Vanity Fair party: “Why did she wear her bra on the outside?” (Go Fug Yourself)

The brazen and shameless ElCicco has dared to review The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing. What classics have you dared to read recently? (Cannonball Read 6)

If this doesn’t make your day, nothing will. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Ameowdeus. (via Modern Replica)


Cindy Davis, (Twitter) would like her very own Christoph Hamster.




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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not


  • How is selectively forcing black men to maintain an erection to the sound of her Angelina squawks not a hate crime?

  • e jerry powell

    "Okay, maybe not…but if he was Chris Evans as Captain America, I’ll bet she’d listen anyway."
    Nope. She wouldn't be able to hear a word he said because TITS.

    Chelsea Handler is still a thing? How is that possible?

  • DarthCorleone

    Is it just me, or is Lego Meryl Streep here to devour our souls?

  • Al Borland's Beard

    God, that Lego picture is unsettling. It's like if Minecraft and People Magazine made a terrible baby.

  • chanohack

    HUVRBOARDS! THEY'RE HERE!

  • BWeaves

    Fake, I call fake.

  • Miss Jane

    Yes, it's fake. But just for a moment, before science brain caught up (it's such a laggard), I really believed.

  • Tracer Bullet

    She's probably not a bigot but she's certainly not funny. She hasn't earned the right, for lack of a better term, to make those jokes. Natasha Leggero, Don Rickles, Anthony Jeselnik and Lisa Lampanelli, among others, have created a character whose schtick is "Says awful things." Even if you don't think the character is funny, it's clearly a stage persona. Handler's persona is "Drunken skank" so she doesn't get the same forbearance pass.

  • Blake Shrapnel

    As to whether or not Rust will commit suicide at the end of the season, I cannot say. What I CAN say, is that as of last Sunday night's episode, the man certainly WANTS to.

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