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The Great American Ab-Off and The Shows You Watched as a Kid Were All Terrible

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | July 10, 2010 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | July 10, 2010 |


  • Before we get to the week's top posts, it's time to reveal the results to yesterday's Great American Ab-Off, as well as the identities of the celebrity abs.

    A. Adrien Brody (20 percent)
    B. Taylor Lautner (47 percent)
    C. Matthew McConaughey (25 percent)
    D. Robert Downey, Jr. (7 percent)

  • If you haven't had a chance yet, and would like to contribute a T-shirt slogan to for our Pajiba contest, that will also be running through the weekend here.

  • Finally, if you have not voted yet, this is the last weekend in which you'll be able to contribute to the Five Freebies here.

    This Week in Reviews

  • Predators

  • The Kids Are All Right

  • Saved!

  • 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King

  • American Movie

  • The Last Seduction

  • Louie

  • Boston Med

  • Persons Unknown

  • Huge


    The Ten Most Popular Posts

  • Five Shows You Loved as a Kid That Are Now Completely Unwatchable

  • Don't Read This Post, Or the Feminist Will Win

  • Taylor Lautner Career Assessment

  • Shows That Make You Appreciate People Considerably More When They Recognize a Reference

  • Shyamalan's Airbender Outperforms Expectations -- Twist

  • Bond 23 Cancelled

  • The Ten Worst Emmy Nominations of the Last 20 Years

  • Hostel 3 Plot Details

  • Gaiman Shelves Vampire Novel Thanks to Twilight

  • 2010 Emmy Nomination



    Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.



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