Paula Deen Takes One to the Face
Kirk "Mike Seaver" Cameron headed out to the UCLA campus to preach the word, and let's just say he was a little, er, outmatched. With hilarious results! (Litelysalted)
"Jon and Kate Plus Eight" got trotted out to pasture and shot like the diseased horse it is last night, and Kate lamented that it was "too soon." Going another year would have hardly made a dent in those eight lifetime-therapy bills though. (Celebitchy)
Stunt casting news! Rumer Willis has started her stint playing a lesbian on "90210." I'd say "90210" has officially jumped the shark but that would be presuming that it had quality at some point. (Yeeeah!)
A bunch of pictures that didn't make it into the credit sequence of The Hangover (which, really, was the funniest part of the entire movie if you ask me) have been leaked onto the internet. (Film Drunk)
I didn't think I could possibly be any more excited for "Jersey Shore" but that was before they released cast candids. Oh my goodness, I feel greasy just looking at them. (IBBB)
"Dancing with the Stars" is mercifully reaching its finale, and I know you guys are going to miss these weekly recaps, aren't you? (Hairballs)
Stephen Lloyd Wilson brought this to my attention over the weekend but I totally forgot to post it yesterday: Weezer is releasing a special edition Snuggie with their new album. Of course they are, since nothing they do anymore is without gimmick. (StyleCaster)
I know how much you all love Adam Lambert, so I'm happy to report that the Gay Rebel refuses -- refuses! -- to apologize for his same-sex-kissing, blowjob-simulating, middle-finger-flipping performance at the AMAs. (DListed)
Here's a list of the ten most sci-tarded character cliche types in sci-fi movies. (Topless Robot)
Some idiot paid $350,000 for Michael Jackson's famous sparkly glove. I would have thought they would have just buried him in that thing. (Celebslam)
Here are five things your family will want to talk about at Thanksgiving. Oh boy, I'm already looking forward to it. (Holy Taco)
I'm sick to death of posting Twilight-related crap, and there's not much left to say after Dustin's terrific piece yesterday -- but goddamn is this funny. A couple of guys rented out a theater to hold a special New Moon screening and basically tried to stage a mass intervention. (With hilarious results!)
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