It’s Luke Cage Day! And Westworld weekend! To make sure you don’t have any distractions, even the moon is going dark. Yes, the moon supports your television habits; that’s the only explanation. (ScienceAlert)
A “source” says women at the Emmys were lining up to try to bang Tom Hiddleston. Do we think that source’s name maybe rhymes with Shmom Shmiddleston? (Celebitchy)
Alicia Machado responded to Trump’s slut-shaming middle-of-the-night Twitter meltdown with pure class. (The Mary Sue)
Also, take some joy in this old clip of Machado shutting down Trump’s comments on her weight.
Ryan Murphy’s Bette Davis/Joan Crawford anthology series Feud is already shooting, but the behind-the-scenes pictures just make me want it noooowwwww. (Lainey)
Sorry, aspiring actors, but Grumpy Cat has beaten you to Broadway. Guess which production he’s joining. Just guess. (EW)
McDonald’s restaurants in Japan are serving something called the “Halloween Choco Potato,” which is pumpkin spice and chocolate fries. I can’t tell if I’m salivating or vomiting. Both? (Mashable)
Beyonce’s Lemonade is now the basis for a college class, and I’ve never felt more strongly that I need to go back to school. (Vogue)
Consider this a slim but bright silver lining to Bill Cosby’s entire existence: California has abolished its statute of limitations on sexual assault. (HuffPo)
It’s no surprise that Cannonballers read banned books, and today they recommend ardaigle’s review of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Appearing on the ALA’s Top Ten Most Frequently Challenged Books Lists of the 21st Century in seven different years since 2001, Perks has the honor of being one of the two books banned the most often this century (tied with The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier). Cannonball Read challenges you to read a banned book and fight censorship - which book will you pick? (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Friday, everybody! Do not shy away from greatness this weekend!