Why, As I Live and Breathe, Is That Liz Taylor Herself or a Puffy, Cracked Out Clone?
It must be like looking in a mirror for Liz. But, you know, like looking in a mirror right now.
Happy Friday, goodlies. Joanna and Dustin are busy baking up some tasty reviews (they’ve got raisins in them—you like raisins) so I’m helping out. This is my inaugural P. Love outing, so be gentle. Or don’t. I can’t make you; I’m not your mom.
I would like to apologize for my completely erroneous exclusion of My Girl in yesterday’s tearjerker post. As penance, I offer you this joyous Tumblr post, so that you too might imagine Vada Sultenfuss speaking Amy Brookheimer’s lines even more so than usual. Now if Season 2 of “Veep” could just include a lovelorn Amy singing along on her bed with “Wedding Bell Blues.” (Tumblr)
Next month, Spare the Rock Records is releasing a charity album featuring songs with a scientific slant by female artists, designed to encourage science and engineering education among girls, who typically don’t enter those fields. It’s a cool project, and this Mates of State cover of Guided By Voices’ “I Am A Scientist” is pretty great—and its video is adorable. (Paste)
Guys, I don’t want to blow your minds here, but Lifetime may be wondering if Lindsay Lohan is worth the trouble. (Celebitchy)
“Game of Thrones” + Bridesmaids = my new favorite combination. Joffrey is SO that teen girl in the jewelry store. (Game of Bridesmaids)
What’s Johnny Depp doing with his newly single life? Oh, not much, just hanging out with Marilyn Manson and allegedly having affairs with people I am pretty sure are out and proud lesbians. Dude, quit being lame and just get back with Winona already, gawld. (People)
I mean, look how well he dressed when he was with her! In a battle royale betwixt his current Nava-hobo and this Wealthy Land Tycoon Outsider Hell-Bent on Destroying Our Small Old West Town look, I pick the latter. I have glimpsed your single future, Johnny Depp, and all I can say is, go back.
I want this Millennium Falcon messenger bag so bad, you guys. I need it to carry all my wares. And if I am lacking in wares, I will buy wares specifically for the purpose of using this bag to carry them. (Neatorama)
I’ll wear it over my TARDIS bathrobe. (Think Geek)
So, sports happened last night, and fresh young upstart LeBron James has a ring now, as well as this pretty sweet Nike spot, released last night. (Hip Hop Wired)
See that, above? I talked about sports. That was smart of me, because a study sponsored by a laundry detergent company shows that’s all men want me to talk about. Thanks for the hint, laundry. Now I best get back to doing you before I need to be put back in line. (Jane Dough)
This interview with Chris Hemsworth, replete with his adorable impression of his baby daughter, just made me re-pregnant. (Crushable)
Teach your child the alphabet the Wes Anderson way with this series of stellar Wes Anderson alphabet posters. (Flavorwire)
Longing for the glory of old Hollywood? Check out this excellent piece on the sad tale of Dorothy Dandrige and become wholly disillusioned. (The Hairpin)
Finally, this series of Gay Pride shorts, a collaboration between Google+ and Pride Toronto, is lovely. Happy Pride, New York! (Copyranter)
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