Find Out What Kind Of Scarf-Porn Related Antics Cumberbatch and Company Will Get Up To In Season Three Of "Sherlock"
In sporting news, Lance Armstrong has issued a statement explaining the whys and wherefores of his decisions to pull out of the USADA investigation into his performance thereby relinquishing his seven Tour de France titles, his Olympic gold medal and revenue from various sponsorships. It's an interesting question, I think, whether or not Lance did anything wrong. On the one hand my cousin, a former Olympic coach, thinks Lance adhered to the requirements put forth by the USADA, on the other hand, I think he violated the spirit of those requirements. For deeper insight into the drugs and non-drug-related methods in question, check out this TL: But You Should Totally Read article from The Smithsonian. I'd be interested to know your thoughts. (Smithsonian Mag)
Let me tell you my entire thought on these "Morning After" wedding photos: "GEEEUUUUGHHHHH." (She Finds)
I rarely link to Cracked because I presume you've read their site cover to cover, but this, their version of The Dark Knight Rises made me silent chortle until the tears came. Oh yes, I loved TDKR, but that doesn't make this version any less hilarious. (Cracked)
On the heels of TV genius Dan Harmon's reddit AMA comes film genius Rian Johnson's. It's going on RIGHT NOW. Scurry!! (Twitter)
Last year "Sherlock" creator Steven Moffat teased the plot of "Sherlock" Series Two with the words: Woman, Hound, Fall. He's just revealed the three words that will shape Series Three and I'm excited by that Final one. (Collider)
In other Cumberbatchian news, Benedict has joined the cast of August Osage County. That's another great actor in an adaptation of one of my favorite plays. But until I hear Julia Roberts has dropped out I will not be satisfied. Do you hear me, Julia? Do it for me. (THR)
You think you don't want to read this "9 Weapons That Failed Spectacularly" list? Well I have two words for you: Flaming. Pig. (Neatorama)
Muppeteer Jerry Nelson passed away this week. I loved him and I'm too sad to count the ways. (Bleeding Cool)
I'm a smidge too old for Pokemon, but you youngsters may enjoy these Pokemons (Pokemoni? Pokemon?) in the style of Tim Burton. The rest of you just might enjoy saying the word "squirtle" out loud. (Badass Digest)
One of our readers sent along this really touching article on locked in syndrome written by his sister. It's beautifully written and, hopefully, will help you appreciate all the good things you have going in your life right now. (HuffPo)
Finally, to pour some sunshine on your weekend, here is Jimmy Fallon doing reggae by way of the Babershop. Why isn't he hosting All The Things yet?