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This Could Be the Messiest Thing Since That Time Comic-Con Ran Out of Corn Dogs

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | August 4, 2009 | Comments ()


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Although nerds could technically debate and argue this for years and years on end, one brave website has decided to put together a list of what it considers to be the 100 best sci-fi movies. (Total Sci-Fi Online)

And while I'm on a nerd kick, here are the seven nerdiest butlers in all of Nerd-Dom. (Topless Robot)

Remember how Jill Sobule was the first person to have a song called "I Kissed a Girl?" Yeah well, she remembers too, and has some words for Katy Perry -- such as "fucking," "little" and "slut." True story. (Webster's)

Say what you want about Michel Gondry, but one thing you can't accuse him of is not being a good sport. (Film Drunk)

IFC has put together a lost of the 50 greatest movie trailers of all time. Via ASWOBA! (IFC)

Orphan groups are all up in arms over that new horror movie, The Orphan. Oh, whatever. Aren't orphans still as easy to adopt as scoring a liver on the black market? If anything, it seems like less of a demand would be helpful. (Celebitchy)

You know how we had that review up recently that said how boring golf was? Well if you ask me, all the sport really need was more flatulence. (Yeeeah!)

Here's a list of the best worst action movie one-liners. With video! (mental floss)

Jennifer Love Hewitt was photographed playing tennis in a bikini and high heels. You know, like most people do when they play sports, not because she really wants attention or anything. (Superior Gossip)

Oh noes! Mr. Belding's feelings were hurt because he was excluded from People's "Saved By the Bell" pretty-people-only reunion cover. (Warming Glow)

Because "He-Man" was chock full of life lessons, here's what a few celebrities in particular could stand to learn from watching. (Screen Junkies)

Here's a video of Ed Helms and that other guy and some guy I don't know performing in a fake boy band called "The Big Ups." I think it's for a movie or something. Oh wait, I just checked and it is, and it's starring Jeremy Piven, so nevermind. But the clip is kind of cute anyway, so enjoy:

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