Hot Bear on Bear Action
Warming Glow scored an interview with my all-time favorite hero of the wilderness and champion animal-eater, Bear Grylls, who sounded mostly confused and disoriented throughout the thing. (Warming Glow)
Yeah, so this broke pretty much right after Pajiba Love went up yesterday -- so as you've heard by now, Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes have split after seven years of marriage. (Celebitchy)
Anne Hathaway, who I'm liking more and more these days and who I didn't think was annoying in Alice in Wonderland like some people, has inspired an online campaign to get her to adopt the most adorable dog ever. Do it! Do it! (Litelysalted)
Hands down. The best thing I've seen on the internet today. (That's What Bea Said)
Here's something to make nerds feel confused in their tingly parts: Attractive, scantily clad ladies dressed up as C-3PO and Chewbacca. (Agent Bedhead)
This made me laugh: A potential campaign poster for Sarah Palin's 2012 run for the presidency. (Deus Ex Malcontent)
There actually exists a band called Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson, which is way too hipster emo sounding for me to wrap my brain around. Anyway, this is a review of their new album. (Audiosuede)
Someday I truly believe that Gary Busey is going to be deservedly recognized as one of the greatest philosophers of our time. Until then he's still just a crazy old man. (Film Drunk)
If you've got some time to kill, here are clips of the 12 best "South Park" political parodies. (Screen Junkies)
Ugh. Rielle Hunter, that skank John Edwards ill-advisedly had an affair with, posted for a GQ spread and is now going all Miley Cyrus' Vanity Fair on it for extra publicity. This woman is despicable. (Evil Beet)
Heidi Montag has a part in Adam Sandler's new movie Just Go With It -- why not, it's going to suck anyway -- and here is evidence from the set. (Yeeeah!)
Here are nine real-life levels of hell. Not counting Trader Joe's any time during the weekend, of course. (Holy Taco)
If yesterday's Robocop-Bender mash-up was the best thing to have come out of the internet then this is undoubtedly the worst: A shot-by-shot remake of A Goofy Movie. (Topless Robot)
In anticipation for this Sunday's season premiere of "Breaking Bad," here is a short starring Bryan Cranston for Funny or Die. It's kinda dumb, but worth it just for: "I didn't do two tours in Iraq just to come home and eat a bunch of farts."
Pajiba Love brought to you by Stacey Nosek, who can be reached via email here.