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Jerry Seinfeld Says Kids Today Are Too PC For Comedy & Tim Gunn Would Like to 'Banish' Kim Kardashian

By Vivian Kane | Film | June 8, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Film | June 8, 2015 |

We only have one episode left before Armando Iannucci departs from Veep. Last night’s Jonah nickname tirade really felt like he’s determined to go out in a blaze of Jonad glory. (Uproxx)

There were a lot of great outfits at the Tony Awards last night. And then there was Sharon Stone. (Go Fug Yourself)

Speaking of the Tonys, Tim Curry received The Actors Fund Lifetime Achievement Award. Curry suffered a stroke in 2012, and appearances are now, sadly, really rare. (Mirror)

Tim Gunn wants us to “banish” Kim Kardashian (maybe he just meant her book, but I’m being optimistic here), which I think we can all get on board with. (US Weekly)

Jason Statham thinks Marvel movie acting is so easy, his grandmother could do it. Then he offered/threatened to jump off a hotel balcony to prove what a non-Marvel dude he is. He really is just his character from Spy in real life, isn’t he? Delightful. (Celebitchy)

Just some pictures of Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Maya Rudolph hanging out, being super chill, to fuel your jealousy engines today. (Lainey)

Jerry Seinfeld says he won’t play colleges anymore because youths today are too PC. (Daily Dot)

Can we be done talking about Chet Haze now? He pulled out the old “Do you know who I am?” which is definitely the last point before things get dramatically less fun in gossip land. (DListed)

Sideshow Bob is finally going to make good on his tattoo! (EW)

The FDA just took a major step toward approving the first ever lady-boner pill! (Washington Post)

104. One hundred and four books read and reviewed this year - that’s a double Cannonball, and that’s what this year’s winner has achieved so far. Janniethestrange has been at full throttle through this entire Read, and we haven’t even gotten to summer reading! Check out her 104th review, a look at the fourth volume in Karl Ove Knausgaard’s autobiographical series, My Struggle. (Cannonball Read 7)