The Winchester Boys Like You've Never Seen Them Before (No, Sadly, Not "Naked")
And no, this isn't a real thing, but likewise, if you ever wondered what an animated series of "Lost" would look like, here you go. (Unreality)
Here's a six-pack of Hollywood types who make with the flip-flopping when it comes to political allegiances. (PW)
You may or may not be aware that the latest YouTube trend is people recording videos of stuff they hate. I can actually get on board with this, because the ever-growing list of things I hate is as vast and boundless as the earth's soon to be oil-filled oceans. At any rate, Daniel Tosh also decided to get in on the action. (Warming Glow)
If you think about it, it makes perfect sense that Darth Vader probably did have borderline personality disorder. (Agent Bedhead)
David Hasselhoff has agreed to be the subject of the next Comedy Central Roast, and ... Maybe it's just me, but from where I come from we call that an "intervention." (The Flickcast)
Because Fox News is inching ever closer to its Mike Judge Idiocracy-fulfilled prophecy every day, Sarah Palin probably almost definitely had her tits done. (Yeeeah!)
Here's a profile on so-called "psychic" Sylvia Browne, who -- if you've ever had the misfortune to catch her on "Montel" -- is almost certainly the devil. (Holy Taco)
I remember back in the olden days when the internet needed to dial my telephone to get online and the C-Word was one of the worst things you could say. And now I have the internet on my telephone and 13-year-old girls are dropping the C-Bomb on the "Today" show. (DListed)
John Mayer compares abs with "The Situation" from "Jersey Shore." Just in case Liberace riding on a unicorn down a penis-studded rainbow was the gayest imagery your brain could have produced until now. (Evil Beet)
If you really happened to enjoy Human Centipede -- or more likely then not -- just like being shocking for the sake of being shocking, now you can show the world your enthusiasm for movies where people are sewn ass to mouth. (Cinematical)
Now that I finally got caught up with the first two seasons of "True Blood," I'm psyched for the third season premiere this Sunday. Here are some salacious spoilers to whet your appetite. (Celebitchy)
OK, we all know that Barack Obama probably didn't really have a cameo in the 1993 music video for "Whoomp! (There it is!)," but internet, I kind of love you for the fact that the rumor exists in the first place. (Gawker)
BY THE WAY, guys: For those of you who are fans of the hilariously talented Jeremy Feist, he's scored himself a brand new gig over at Popbytes, so head over and show him some love. Congrats, Jerms! (Popbytes)
Since I've been out most of the week, Pajiba's funny animal/baby video quota is probably pretty low by now. Time to change that! Thanks to Eric D for sending this in.
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