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She Will Take What is Hers With Fire and Lingerie

By Jasmine Markes | Pajiba Love | February 14, 2013 | Comments ()


Though it won't stop NBC from moving the show to the dreaded Friday night time slot (WG), Maxim has crowned "Happy Endings'" Elisha Cuthbert the most beautiful woman in television this year. But, a certain Targaryen princess might be trying to make a claim of her own over at (GQ)


She looks almost as soft as the "Game of Thrones" plushies, all of which I WANT. (MS)

Now if "Friday Night Lights" were still on the air (What's a "Nashville"?), I'd be tempted to go with Connie Britton and her perfect hair no matter how other people feel about her age. (NYT)

Steve Martin welcomed his first child into the world yesterday. There isn't much information, as Steve is very private about personal matters. But, I assume, the baby was born a poor black child just like dad. (Celebitchy)

These "newborn portraits" that a photographer took of her newly adopted teenage son are sweet, funny, and a great reminder that older children need adopting, too. (Today)


These Puritan are doing a better job than these "Arrested Development" cards are to remind you that even though it's Valentine's Day, NO TOUCHING!


If you're already wondering what title they're going to burst a blood vessel trying to come up with for the next Die Hard film, this Die Hard Sequel Title generator is here to save the day. I'm partial to Can't Die Hardly Wait. (Vulture)

Here's a bunch of heart shaped foods to cook up today. They left out heart shaped lox, though. (Mental Floss)

Pixar's The Blue Umbrella has it's first poster and it's just as cute as all the clips we've seen. (Bleeding Cool)


Harlem Shake videos have been everywhere the last few days. These are some of the best if you're curious (Geekosystem). And here's why what you think is the Harlem Shake is not really the Harlem Shake. (Deadspin)

Questlove, drummer for The Roots and amazing DJ, has 24 hours of slow jams for all you Pajiba lovers. (A.V. Club) Also, you might want to check out this handy infographic of things you may and may not want to say while you're slowly jamming. (BioTV)


You can watch all of the animated shorts nominated for Oscars at (Slate) including this beaty that has definitely locked up the dog lover vote. (Rated M.A.N. for Mild Animated Nudity)

But, just a tip, this supercut is top to perfectly sculpted bottom full frontal, live action male nudity. You're welcome. (HuffPo)

Last but not least, a great pair of covers. Maya Rudolph and Paul F. Thompkins doing "Home" by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros and Beck covering Bowie's "Sound and Vision" with a 160-piece ensemble.

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