So He Probably Wouldn't Find It Funny If Someone Told Him That Hair Made Him Look Like an Old Lesbain, Either?
If you missed Roger Ebert on "Oprah" yesterday, you can catch a clip of it here. Oh God, did I really just write something about missing "Oprah?" (Screen Junkies)
Because the internet really does have everything, there's even a website devoted entirely to stupid hipsters hugging a Joanna Newsom album. (People Hugging the New Joanna Newsom Album)
You're not going to believe me when I tell you that two Australian television hosts playing wii curling will be the funniest thing you see all day --no, week -- so you're just going to have to trust my juvenile sense of humor on this one. (Warming Glow)
I don't know which of these things is worse, the fact that George Lopez still inexplicably has a talk show or that the cast of "Jersey Shore" spoofed The Hurt Locker on it. (Litelysalted)
I'm not even joking, next time I go to get my hair done I'm taking a picture of Shiloh Jolie-Pitt with me, I love her new hair so much (although I still want Suri's wardrobe), but apparently certain news outlets are accusing her of turning "into a boy." (Celebitchy)
Those of you pant-wettingly excited for MacGruber are going to have to wait just a little bit longer now. (The Playlist)
I haven't promoted Phillip Stephen's podcast in awhile, but they just had a brand new episode go up yesterday so head on over and give it a listen! (Drive-In Speakerbox)
John Williams continues his top 100 list of favorite movies with numbers 75 through 71. (ASWOBA)
It's getting to the point in this season of "American Idol" where I can't take much more of "American Idol" -- and yes my mom really did just name her new puppy after a current contestant I'm not making that up -- but here's a recap of last night's episode, for those of you inclined. (Hairballs)
An amazing cartographer finally drew up a map of the internet. (Unreality)
You "Lost"-nerds are going to blow your loads over this: A "Simpsonized" wallpaper of the entire cast. (Springfield Punx)
Hey guys! Our own Cindy's husband started up a new website geared towards technology geeks, so if you happen to be one of those you should totally go check it out! (Techmatic)
Candy Spelling finally let cameras into her 50,000 square feet mansion named "The Manor," which she lives in alone with her dog and her jellybeans. (DListed)
Wow. I didn't think "ice dancing" could exceed my expectations of being dumb with some of the stuff I saw last week, but here you go. Thanks to the lovely and amazing Parissa!
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