Lizzy Caplan Smuts Up My Childhood. Somehow I'm Okay With It.
I don't know how you and your family get along, by a member of my family sent me 17 euphemisms for sex from the 1800s. Thanks, sis! It's nice to be known. (The Week)
I'd like to tell you I'm curling a cynical lip at the news of a "Spice Girls" musical written by Ab Fab's Jennifer Saunders, but I'm too busy booking my flight to London. (The Guardian)
This "Dead-Pooh" tattoo is, without a doubt, the most adorably lethal thing I've ever seen. I hope "Oh Bother" is his battle cry. (Neatorama)
Speaking of adorable deathbringers, a beloved actor from "The Wire" has been cast as a new character on "The Walking Dead." The character is, apparently, a favorite from the comic. That's all I'll say lest I rile the spoilerphobes. (TMS)
Is your Thanksgiving dinner a failure pile in a pie tin? No? Then maybe you're doing it wrong. (Gothamist)
This T-Shirt. One for every. single. Whovian. (The Mary Sue)
I don't know about you youngins, but "Free To Be You And Me" was a huge part of my upbringing. Some smart *ss has done an updated version that turns all the earnest hippie dippy moralizing on its head. The project includes Andy Richter, Fred Willard, Samantha Bee, Colin Hanks, Wyatt Cenac and the lovely Lizzy Caplan. (Nerdist)
I sort of love this unused minimalist "Dark Knight Rises" poster. Here are two more unused designs that are less fun. (Rope Of Silicon)
PUT ON YOUR TINFOIL HATS. The government wants free reign to read your emails. (CNet)
Finally, I know I'm showing my age but how did these kids not break their necks? You'll break your neck, kids!