What's Yellow and Green and Blue on Both Ends?
Remember when Seth brought you the trailer for the new Real World/Road Rules Challenge, "I Think I Popped My Implant?" Well it finally happened, a Real World/Road Rules participant popped her implant. (Warming Glow)
Tori Spelling blasted Star magazine for insinuating that she weighs 95lbs. by revealing that she actually, in fact, weighs 107 lbs. Umm, burn? (Webster's)
A good friend and fellow They Might Be Giants fan passed this article onto me -- with the 20th anniversary of "Flood" here, (Really? Damn I feel old...) the Johns discuss the album by song. (Rolling Stone)
So ... Jim and Pam, huh? Here's a recap-slash-review of last night's episode. (Hairballs)
OH YES. If you're like me and can't get enough "Dexter," you'll be thrilled to hear Showtime is putting out an animated web series. (Gordon and the Whale)
There's some new website called IJustMadeLove.com that lets you tell the world where you just banged, with the helpful aid of google maps. Uhmm... Maybe I'm just boring but most of mine would be in like, the same place. Via DEM. (HuffPo)
In her latest issue of "GOOP," Gwyneth asks the question of what it takes to sustain a happy and lasting marriage. Uh oh, sounds like there's trouble brewing in the Goopy household. (Agent Bedhead)
One could try Subway's new Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. Or one could also pour Frank's Red Hot sauce on a cardboard box and eat that instead. (Impulsive Buy)
Nicole Eggert made a video for Funny or Die making fun of her weight gain which apparently has led to a stint on "Celebrity Fit Club." And, uh, is it me or does she really not look all that bad? (Popoholic)
Oh, what a surprise -- some French Culture Minister who is one of Roman Polanski's supporters is also a convicted child molester. (Film Drunk)
For joy! Another Duggar has been brought into this world. For serious, every time a Duggar is born, an angel gets the dry heaves. (DListed)
Michael Bay is supposedly contemplating killing off Megan Fox in the next Transformers sequel. Oh that's smart, because people watch those movies entirely for the robots. (Celebitchy)
And now, a dog that says "I Love You." Happy Friday, guys and gals:
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