Insert Pun for Something Bad that Happens in Golf Here
And in other "Celebrity Scandal News But Not Really Because It Happens Regularly," David Hasselhoff was hospitalized again for "undisclosed" reasons. I think he got this one free since his punchcard was filled up. (Litelysalted)
OH HELLS YES. Steven Segal's reality show where he helps out actual policemen is coming to a TV set near you this week. (Screen Junkies)
There's a new drug that the FDA hasn't approved yet which is supposed to increase a woman's libido. Isn't that what like, Spansih Fly and roofies have been doing for years now? (Zelda Lily)
I was unaware that a "Twilight Moms" phenomenon even existed until this weekend when I actually encountered one for myself. Creepy, indeed. (Agent Bedhead)
Just in case for a second you thought otherwise, the only person in America who didn't hate Old Dogs was some fat-headed asshole begging to get quoted on the DVD packaging. (Film Drunk)
Discuss: Should Netflix charge late fees to people who hold onto movies for months or send reminder emails? Personally I am guilty of this myself and wouldn't mind a little nudge to the mailbox. (Cinematical)
NO. WAY. You know Olivia Wilde, that really hot chick from "House?" Well that's not her real name. I can only presume that she changed it after deciding not to pursue a career in pornography. (Deus Ex Malcontent)
With the holidays officially upon us, here's a killer sounding traditional eggnog recipe. I've already thrown my diet to the wind anyway, so why not. (Frothy Girlz)
For those of you in the small cult following of "Burn Notice," you'll be happy to know that the show was picked up for a fourth season. (Warming Glow)
Even though Alec Baldwin basically makes an ass out of himself every time he opens his mouth, I don't know what he has to do before I can actually bring myself to dislike the guy. (Celebitchy)
Thanksgiving is over, but here's a list of the most memorable Native American characters in movies, anyway. (Unreality)
I don't know dick about Dungeons & Dragons, as I suspect most of you do not, since you're just run-of-the-mill Movie Geeks and not Super Nerds. However, this animated video of what I presume is the D&D "Monster Manual" set to music is pretty badass:
Pajiba Love brought to you by Stacey Nosek, who can be reached via email here.
Get entertainment, celebrity and politics updates via Facebook or Twitter. Buy Pajiba merch at the Pajiba Store.