It's Naked Tuesday!
Hey perverts, Mr. Skin put together the "Top 100 Nude Scenes from Mr. Skin." But the list is totally safe for work, so you'll just have to wait 'til you get home and pause the DVD like usual. (Mr. Skin)
Fox is airing a two-hour documentary about that good for nothing Octomom. If we've never said it before, which we have, let's say it now in unison: "EFF YOU, FOX." (Warming Glow)
Miley Cyrus really upped the old "skank factor" at the Teen Choice Awards this year by actually using a stripper pole in her act. Good choice. (Webster's)
Battlefield Earth topped this list of stupidest apocalypses, although I'm just amazed that anybody even knows what that movie was about. (Topless Robot)
Kathy Griffin interviewed Levi Johnston on the "Larry King Show" after inexplicably bringing him to the Teen Choice Awards as her date. (Celebitchy)
The Inglorious Basterds premiere happened last night, and you know what that means! Angelina Jolie wore something and now we can all talk about it! Woo! (DListed)
Wasn't it great how the entire Jackson family turned out so wholesome and scandal-free? Yeah, that wasn't one of Phil Donahue's finer moments. (FourFour)
A wise man named Karl Pilkington once said that "everything that needs to be invented has been invented, and at this point we're just messing around." Judging by these "BK French Toast-Flavored Snacks," I think I might actually believe him. (Impulsive Buy)
Here's a list of the ten hottest female grifters in movies. (Screen Junkies)
Oh wow, Tara Reid actually scored an actual part in a movie ... About a bar. I'm guessing she's going for Drunken Patron #2? (Agent Bedhead)
OK, I admit that this slightly convinces me that cats are somewhat less stupid than I thought, but I'm still a dog person all the way. Because dogs rule, like the Pedigree commercial says. (Zelda Lily)
Oooooh Scream 4 spoiler alert! Gale Weathers and Deputy Dewey are married with a kid now! Just like in real life!! (SciFiWire)
Here's a bunch of debunked "Sesame Street" rumors. I don't care what anyone says, though, Bert and Ernie are totally doing it. (mental floss)
I don't really know much about G.I. Joe at all (which one is Joe again?) so I'll just have to assume that the star-studded "The Ballad of G.I. Joe" here is probably infinitely more entertaining than the movie:
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