Who's Got The Most Punchable Face In Showbiz? I Bet You're Ready With Your Response...And Your Fist.

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Who's Got The Most Punchable Face In Showbiz? I Bet You're Ready With Your Response...And Your Fist.

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | September 12, 2012 | Comments ()


We don't usually spend too much time covering which studio picked up which film at which festival as it's the sort of inside baseball y'all don't usually care too much about. That being said, it's nice to see Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing get snapped up by Lionsgate. I was ready to watch the movie anywhere, but it's nice to know a backyard production of Shakespeare* can still get massive distribution. (Vulture)

I didn't dwell too much on the 9/11 Anniversary yesterday because we all have our ways of noting the day and I didn't want to impose mine. I do, however, want to share these images from across the country. (Big Picture)

The Kennedy Center Honors are a bit musty for this crowd, but I'll share this year's honorees so you can all join me in a resounding chorus of "SUCK IT, JAY LENO." Many congrats to Letterman. He's been dialing it in for awhile now, but he certainly earned the honor. (NYT)

Apple has announced the details of the new iPhone 5. You can drool over the specs in this constantly updating post from the peeps at SFist. Uh, cool, now that Siri knows pop culture and sports she's even closer to being a fake girlfriend for John Malkovich. (SFist)

In case you were wondering which new shows to check out, here's a breakdown of all the new, the bad and the ugly the Fall TV schedule has to offer. (Hobo Trashcan)

Here's a list of outlandish beds you can cuddle up in. Might as well call this rocking bed the "Joanna's Had Too Much Tequila Bed." Looks like Vomit City. (The Week)

Speaking of too much tequila, why didn't my dorm room come equipped with this drink robot called The Inebriator? Am I too old and classy to have one now? I want one now. (Laughing Squid)

Uh, I know I've posted unflattering photos of Alan Rickman before...but Alan Rickman in costume as Ronald Reagan? My crush may never revive. (Celebitchy)

Warming Glow has a Live Discussion with Ryan Hurst aka Opie from "Sons Of Anarchy." I'm hoping he'll convince Dustin, middle class father of three, to grow a sexy biker beard. (WG)

I've already printed this out to hang at Pajiba HQ. We'll fling all our Official Pajiba letter openers in its general direction and laaaaaugh. It's also a T-Shirt, but I wouldn't wear it if you have a care for your internal organs. (Nerd Approved)

This is what it sounds like, when love dies. (BBC)

Who did they hire to sing the new Bond theme? Exactly who you would guess they would hire to sing the new Bond theme. (Bleeding Cool)

I was expecting someone else to post this for y'all earlier today but no IT'S ALL MINE. "Cougartown" returns in January and the cast assembled a little musical number to remind you. Keep an eye out for expected but welcome cameos.

*directed by this year's most successful director.

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  • kirbyjay

    Lets see..
    Nancy Reagan. Helmut head hairdo and stick up her ass? check!
    Ronald Reagan. Greasy, dandruff infested, pompadour and dopey glaze in the eyes? check!
    I think they nailed it.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    So, okay, I should've been watching Cougar Town all this time?


  • stardust

    Rickman in Reagan costume makes my vagina shriek in terror.

  • Leelee

    YAY Cougar Town! And dammit that song is catchy.

  • Siege

    Maybe I'm the only one, but I LOVE the Kennedy Center Honors. Not only have they introduced me to the work of artists I might otherwise have not known about (Dave Brubeck, how did I miss you all my life? And Yo-Yo Ma's world music was a great discovery), but I adore watching the inductees interact with each other (Merle Haggard trying to figure out the work of Bill T. Jones was classic). Plus, I totally dig any time I get to watch the President and the First Lady rock out.

  • PDamian

    Well, he's sorta in showbiz ... so I vote for Donald Trump as Most Punchable, right behind Joffrey, who I think doesn't deserve a punch so much as a good ol' fashioned whipping.

  • Three_nineteen

    1) Janitor! God, I miss him. The Middle doesn't really count.
    2) I'm glad Abed didn't forget about Cougar Town after he discovered Inspector Spacetime.

  • Slash

    He's actually really good in The Middle. Not at all like Janitor, but still funny. And Patricia Heaton is also excellent, and way more likable than she was in "Raymond."

  • Three_nineteen

    Debra Barone was actually a decent character for the first couple of seasons. But somewhere around the time Robert started dating Amy, everyone discovered that screaming at each other and mugging to the camera got a lot better ratings, and by the time Robert married Amy all the characters had become outsized cartoons.

  • kirbyjay

    Agreed. The Middle is one underated show and has the funniest kids on tv.

  • Slash

    Punchable: Goddam, this isn't even a contest. Trump. Nobody deserves a punch in the face more. Except possibly Ryan Seacrest.

  • Three_nineteen

    Has everyone been following the maybe-Ken-Marino-punched-Nick-Kroll-in-the-face-on-the-set-of-The-League-and-got-arrested-or-maybe-it's-a-Twitter-joke thing today? It reminded me that Kroll's smug mug should be in the running.

  • Bert_McGurt

    So THAT'S what the Iron Sheik was tweeting about...

  • BendinIntheWind

    Thanks for the heads up - just read through Marino's twitter and am giggling ferociously.

    I'm sure it's a joke - The League's Twitter feed says "We'd like to officially condemn @kenmarino's violent and unprovoked attack on the much, much weaker @nickkroll."

    Though I do remember an episode of "Girl on Guy" where Aisha Tyler was interviewing Tom Lennon and Ben Garant, and they talked about the many, many fights on the set of "The State". Apparently Ken Marino was a frequent participant...

  • Oh come now. The lock thing is a bit melodramatic, even for you JoRo. :-) And frankly, Rickman bears hardly even the slightest resemblance to Reagan in those pics.

  • JoannaRobinson

    Is it? IS IT?1??!?!?!??!?!?!?! (it is.)

  • Sara_Tonin00

    It's nice that now when I roll out of bed the bed will proceed to roll over me.

  • phase10

    I hate that I don't have TBS now. Le sigh...

  • e jerry powell

    That magnet bed is beyond awesome.

  • BAM

    Busy Philipps is so hot.

  • the very reason i checked cougartown out

  • Milly

    She's so chesty right now.

  • Stephen Nein


  • Carlito

    Featuring such hits as "Someone Like Q" and "Rolling in the DB5."

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