Must See TV
Montag Pratt and Spencer Pratt are allegedly being literally tortured in Costa Rica on the set of "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" Is it just me, or is today just like, a beautiful goddamn day? (Webster's)
Dan reviews "Tosh.0" for the Hollywood Reporter. Incidentally, this was his last review for The Hollywood Reporter since they unceremoniously canned him last week. Some fucksticks just don't know brilliance when they see it. (THR)
Here are eleven terminally typecast actors, all of whom unfortunately happen to be typecast as themselves. Speaking of which, if Hollywood ever gets tired of the real Seth Rogen, Dan Carlson is ten times as funny and handsome. (Screen Junkies)
Stephen Colbert is doing shows from Iraq this week for the troops, and he even got a buzzcut and everything! What an awesome guy. (NY Times)
For those Cannonball Readers who have opted for a Kindle but miss the pleasant aroma of books, you can now get "new book smell" in a can. (Neat-O-Rama)
T.R. Knight supposedly quit "Grey's Anatomy" for his "movie career." How many movies has T.R. Knight starred in, again? Oh, that's right, ZERO. (Celebitchy)
Ridiculous internet meme photos + snarky captions = site I could literally spend hours pouring through. Thanks, causaubon! (Explain This Image)
Since Where's Waldo is getting his own movie, here are ten other toys that might as well be brought to the big screen at this point. Don't give stupid studio execs any ideas, I say. (Film School Rejects)
Jesus Christ, Gwyneth Paltrow apparently took a bath in a vat of Vaseline before her big appearance on Conan last week. (Yeeeah!)
Are you a Bayside High or West Beverly kind of person? Here, the two go head to head. I am definitely all about the Bayside, myself. (Jezebel)
And since I am a Bayside kind of gal, I am totes magotes excited about the possibility of a "Saved by the Bell" reunion! Ten bucks they "forget" to call Screech. (Pop Candy)
Finally, if you want a recap of Bacon East not told by a guy who fancies vans and duct tape, here are Lizzie Borden and Genny's accounts of the weekend's festivities. Everyone who showed up was awesome. Hopefully next year's Bacon will be thrice as big! (Echoes of Echoes) & (Rusty's Ventures)
I've seen this clip pop up a few places on the internet today, in which a totally adorable-licious hipsterish guy plays a selection of 80's songs on a ragtime piano. Love!
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