What the Hell -- More "Breaking Baddery"
Dustin already posted his recap -- however this interview with Vince Gilligan was published immediately following the "Breaking Bad" finale, in which he discusses the craziness last night and future plans for the series. Count me into the club who thought that thing that happened at the end of the finale -- you know that really, really, intense thing? -- was supposed to be ambiguous. (AV Club)
NOO!! Jimmy Dean, the man who revolutionized the way we eat sausages wrapped in pancakes on a stick, has sadly passed away. (DListed)
Reed Alexander is an teen actor on "iCarly," and also one of my new most favorite human beings on the planet. Also, is this kid a DEAD RINGER for a mini Scott Thompson from "Kids and the Hall" or what? (Warming Glow)
Brad Pitt has finally trimmed down his louse-infested hobo beard; and the world rejoices. (Celebitchy)
Here are seven assorted images and clips of early Christopher Walken sightings. Ha! I totally caught that episode of "Hawaii 5-0" when I was flipping through the channels a few years back, too. (Unreality)
Snakes, as a species, might be headed towards extinction. Probably because most people think that they're terrifying harbingers of death and Bear Grylls won't stop eating them. (Gamma Squad)
Bam Margera, who has more or less built a career out of causing himself and others physical pain, was attacked with a baseball bat over the weekend. I guess someone didn't bother to read the disclaimer on "Jackass." (Evil Beet)
Snooki from "Jersey Shore" might be going republican after John McCain shared in her rage against Obama's unfair tanning tax. Uhh, guys? You can have her. (Agent Bedhead)
Here are seven ass-kicking teachers from popular films. (Cinematical)
Scott Pilgrim has a totally cute video game out, and the best part? No Michael Cera! (Topless Robot)
On the surface, Lifetime Movies and the band Megadeth don't seem to have much in common -- but can you tell the difference between their song and movie titles? Betcha can't. (mental floss)
John Goodman lost like, an entire Roseanne-worth of weight, and let me just say boyfriend is looking fiiiiine! (Yeeeah!)
HBO has issued the following apology for its aggressive marketing campaign for "True Blood." They should apologize for not showing Alexander Skarsgard in full frontal last night, if you ask me.
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