Conan is Back! Sort Of!
To promote Cop Out, Tracy Morgan went on Jimmy Kimmel and made a rap video about impregnating women. Just ... Wow. (Warming Glow)
Beverly Hills is trying to disown their representative for the Miss California pageant for being homophobic like that other one. They should really disown her just because man is she uggo. Just look at that mug! (Celebitchy)
Awesome news! Best Worst Movie, the documentary about Troll 2, is finally getting a theatrical release. (Gordon and the Whale)
So, fashion photographer Terry Richardson did a photoshoot with the boys from "Jersey Shore." Uhh, sure. Why not? (Litelysalted)
I don't normally post links to trailers since we typically cover them as trade news items, but I'm pretty sure no one here touched The Gute's new "horror indie" (read: straight-to-DVD) flick, Cornered. (Bloody Disgusting)
The latest installment of "American Idol" featured dudes with "Carol Brady" mullets. Because of course it did. (Hairballs)
I don't know how long this website is around, before I tell you it's new and then you all chastise me for it -- but it's new to me anyway. Go here to commiserate with others on horrible dating experiences. Thanks, Patty O'Green! (My Very Worst Date)
Oh noes! YouTube accidentally pulled the infamous RickRoll video after it finally made Rick Astley a household name. (Agent Bedhead)
Why anyone would ever want to shave a baby is beyond me -- I mean, they generally don't have much hair to begin with -- but there's a doll for that, just in case you ever get the urge. (Frothy Girlz)
Matthew Goode went all Heigl and threw Leap Year under the bus. To be fair, I did hear it sucked. (Film Drunk)
As if I needed a reason to steer clear of this Chat Roulette business, apparently Ashton Kutcher is out there lurking around on it. (Evil Beet)
Oh, and while I'm on the subject of that asshat, here's a quiz to determine Confucius sayings from Ashton Kutcher's tweets. It's actually harder than you'd think. (mental floss)
Lady Gaga is posing on the cover of Q Magazine with a strap-on. Shocking, I know. (Yeeeah!)
We've got our Book Club post coming up in just a bit, but in the meantime here is a "Reading Rainbow" review of Lolita. Thanks to Mrs. Smith!
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