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Celebrities Just Shouldn't Try to Answer ... Things

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | August 21, 2009 | Comments ()


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After the Patricia Heaton debacle, watching Snoop Dog try to answer a Watchmen question that you need absolutely no prior knowledge of Watchmen for whatsoever is difficult to watch not just for nerds, but for everybody. (Topless Robot)

Even though Avatar has only debuted a two-ish minute trailer, (until the screenings later today, anyway) it's already being said to resemble as many as ten other movies. This does not bode well. (Spout)

If you wondered what Miley Cyrus' father thought of her pole dancing at the Teen Choice Awards, well -- since this is Billy Ray Cyrus we're talking about here -- obviously he was totally cool with it. (Webster's)

Remember that "Kids in the Hall" project I told you about before? Well it's now set to air on the CBC in January. Does the internet get CBC? (Variety)

Oooh! Alanis Morissette is planning to write a juicy tell-all biography, in which hopefully she'll spill the dirt on Ryan Reynolds. And maybe Dave Coullier, if we're lucky. (Celebitchy)

What if movie titles were written by the internet? Or shall I say, how long before movie titles are written by the internet? (Gordon and the Whale)

Just in case anyone forgot -- with his documentary and high-profile cameo in The Hangover -- what a low-life, abusive scumbag Mike Tyson really is, please allow me to direct you to this footage from a 2002 press conference. (FourFour)

Lindsay Lohan has been passed up for a new "coming of age" movie about a teenage girl since she basically looks like a 40-year-old meth whore. Well thanks, Captian Obvious. (Yeeeah!)

Want to inexplicably draw even more attention to your big, fat ass? Well lucky for you, this new product has just the answer! Thanks to JapJay for pointing this out. (Winkers)

And here's the perfect accessory to go along with your new weird, ass pants. Thanks, Tamatha! (Craftastrophe)

And now, a word from Barney Frank's dining room table. (Holy Taco)

Here's a behind-the-scenes account from an audience member from the MTV show "It's On With Alexa Chung." Yeah, that title didn't register with me whatsoever, either. (Zelda Lily)

Reader NJ sent me in this clip, and completely out of context, I have no idea what in the fuck is going on here. But somehow I still feel compelled to share it with all of you:

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