"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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