"Justified" Lovers, Now You Can Have Raylan's Hat; Plus Spelling Bee Trauma
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"Justified" Lovers, Now You Can Have Raylan's Hat; Plus Spelling Bee Trauma

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | May 31, 2013 | Comments ()


A 13-year-old boy named Arvind Mahankali from New York won the national spelling bee yesterday. His winning word -- "knaidel" -- was relatively easy (compared to past winners), but I'm clearly not one to talk. One never, ever forgets the word that knocks them out of the race. (Mental Floss)

Last week, Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman quietly checked into a detox center to free himself from the iron grip of painkillers and heroin. Dude. (Vulture)

Dustin praises Netflix's reaction to the New York Times' review of "Arrested Development." I can't really weigh in on the fourth season since I clearly have issues and haven't watched it yet out of fear of a broken heart. (Warming Glow)

Newsflash: Your neighbors can hear almost anything you do. They can hear you having sex. And they're being very passive-aggressive about it if these notes are to be believed. (Buzzfeed)


The new Optimus Prime truck is bigger, flamier, and more penis-y. Naturally. (Uproxx)

Good news, "Justified" fans! You can now purchase the official Raylan Givens hat in tan or black from the FX website. Or (hint, hint) you can get it for half price on clearance at Drysdales. (FX)

Justin Theroux and his pubes are allegedly livid with Brad Pitt for his "very uncool" remarks about Jennifer Aniston in his Esquire interview. The weird thing is ... Brad never mentioned Jennifer at all. (Celebitchy)

Man, I'm really looking forward to (ripping up or praising) The Purge next week. Sure, this movie could never happen "in real life," but the idea of controlled social Darwinism remains a fascinating topic. Here's an interview with the film's composer. (Film School Rejects)


For whatever reason, someone has complied the Ultimate Johnny Galecki fan video. The guy's sorta funny on "Big Bang Theory," but to me, he'll always be that whiny kid from "Roseanne" who cooked macaroni 'n' cheese on Thanksgiving. (Videogum)

Bad Santa 2 is a go. Now we can have a male counterpart to Portia De Rossi's new "AD" visage in Billy Bob Thornton's over-Botoxed face. (Slashfilm)

Here's a no-brainer for you. Don't get married at Jurassic Park. Extraneous bridesmaids and groomsmen only complicate the matter. (Unreality)


Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj are officially done with faking a feud on "American Idol." No matter -- that show has been gasping its last breath for several seasons now. (DListed)

Touch screen gaming is annoying for several reasons, not the least of which is hyperhidrosis, a.k.a. "sweaty hand syndrome." (Kotaku)

Eliza Dolittle definitely required a "buttock wrangler" to don this outfit, which looks painfully ridiculous. Not to mention ridiculously painful. (Go Fug Yourself)

Finally, this video just dropped of Snoop Lion's "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" that features Miley Cyrus, which is supposed to be Miley's big return back to music, y'all. It's not exactly working, is it? Both of them must have been so baked during production.

Agent Bedhead lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She and her little black heart can be found at celebitchy.com.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • Nadine

    I actually really like/d Miley and Snoop's new tune. But after that video I'm like...I'm confused about how I feel about everything now.

  • Number 14 on the sex signs is perfection.

    And my response to the header picture was "attack of the five-heads!"

  • John W

    The Purge could never happen? There are a lot of inner cities that would beg to differ.

  • L.O.V.E.

    Dammit. I started at the Justified merch, then SOA, then Always Sunny, then the League, before I ended up over at Archer. Thought about buying the "Dicky" tattoo. Instead, I bought this life size stand up of Lana for ... stuff. Wife is going to Looove it (sarcasm font). Having it delivered directly to my bunk:


  • Rochelle

    If I had a husband, I'd be ok with him buying the life-size Lana, as long as he understood, I was getting the life-size Archer, and stuff was going to happen. In fact, I now refuse to date men who don't love Archer.

  • Even though I haven't seen the movie yet, The Purge is the first thing to ever nudge me towards writing fanfic. Why? Because I'm going to have to assume that if emergency services go offline for one night a year and all crime is legal, there are going to be a few Batman wannabes who are preparing all year for their big chance. And based on the previews, that movie isn't going to touch on that idea because it'll be busy with other things.

  • John W

    Jurassic wedding photo. Best. Wedding. Photo. Ever.

  • e jerry powell

    Yea, verily, I can remember every word I ever missed in a spelling bee. Only the strongest forms of parental abuse are more traumatic than spelling bees for a geeky, neurotic, perfectionist kid like me.

    The bridesmaids are chasing the bride because they're going to throw her to the dinosaurs for that bridesmaid's dress choice.

  • Skyler Durden is not logged in

    Acquaintance. I forgot the C.

    You better believe I NEVER misspelled that shit again.

  • e jerry powell

    Oh, honey...

    Point of pride: I never misspell words anymore. I may make the odd typo here and there, but I am positively neurotic about spelling.

  • Rochelle

    I'm a crap speller. I took a standardized aptitude test in high school. I scored in the 90% and above on everything - math, science, spatial relations, etc and 27% on spelling. The written assessment I received said - do whatever you want, but have a secretary.

  • e jerry powell

    My ex-roommate is the same way. It's part of the reason I went to work for him. Genius software architect; he can code his ample ass off, but he can't spell to save his life, so I edited all this correspondence and technical notes.

  • naivehelga

    Opiate. You'd think my dad would be happy that his 12-year-old daughter didn't know how to spell opiate, but NOOOOO.

  • e jerry powell

    Hugs and commiseration.

  • lowercase_ryan

    That song is trash. And it's not even reggae, it's just some shit he mumbles to himself while he's pruning his pot plants.

  • BWeaves

    I'm changing my router name to "We can hear you having sex." Yes, I am.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Man, that hat is tempting. Particularly since they decided to go with the genuine Stetson rather than some cheap imitation, and I don't yet have a proper felt hat.

    Come to think of it, Raylan would make a great Halloween costume...

  • Mrs. Julien

    Do you have an improper felt hat? Does it tell off-colour jokes in mixed company?

  • Bert_McGurt

    I wish I did - I haven't been improperly felt in like, over a week.

  • googergieger

    "but the idea of controlled social Darwinism remains a fascinating topic."

    Yeah, or ignoring that tarded shit. Pretty clever way for a movie to set up a plot where people can fuck shit up. Can we still cuss? Last time I cussed my comment went to approval mode. Psh. More like Pa-China! Amirite?! I'm not right? Alright.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    I think that was because you're you, and not because you were cursing.


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  • googergieger

    "In the flat above. They are making love. I guess they'll have a beautiful son. Practicing as much as they've done."

  • Boo_Radley

    Forget Raylan's hat; my female friends want his skinny jeans. Preferably they'd remove them themselves.

  • Erin S


    Sure, not difficult, and yes, this was only at the district level, but when the other 6th graders are getting words like "museum" and "narcissus," it can catch you off guard.


  • MikeRoorda

    So uh... we're actually going to follow through with this "Snoop Lion" thing then huh? I'm taking notes.

  • e jerry powell

    Not that anyone noticed, but he's doing it anyway.

  • dizzylucy

    I'd buy Raylan's hat in a heartbeat, but I fear I have a 20 gallon head.

  • I'd buy Raylan's hat if I was as ridiculously good looking as Timothy Olyphant. Otherwise I think I'd look ridiculous.

  • e jerry powell

    Nobody said you had to wear it. You can put it on a pedestal, encased in a Lucite box, centered in beams of halogen light from a grid of cable track light fixtures.

  • BigBlueKY

    You would. Let's face it.

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