Abe Vigoda had been the subject of so many death hoaxes over the years, it was a strange thing when news of his actual death spread yesterday. Here’s a lovely tribute to some of Vigoda’s most beloved work— his late-night TV shenanigans. (AV Club)
For one beautiful, strange, fleeting moment in the aftermath of last week’s blizzard, there was an all-female US Senate. (Atlas Obscura)
Jean-Ralphio and Jane the Virgin are dating. I can’t comprehend this. It’s too much attractive, too much funny. (Cosmo)
Allison Janney is also in a kick-ass relationship. Her boyfriend is 21 years her junior, gorgeous, and she says she has no plans to marry him. Ever. She’s just getting hers. (Celebitchy)
Is “diversity” the new “tolerance”? (Lainey)
With that top-notch brain, obviously.
I asked this nice young man how he'd sort Hamilton at Hogwarts. His answer: "Ravenclaw. Definitely." GNIGHT! *hides* pic.twitter.com/1b7Z6NTxS3— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) January 27, 2016
A linguist analyzed classic and newer Disney movies and the results are goddamn depressing. (Mary Sue)
The psychology of why Mads Mikkelsen’s face looks so fucking evil. (Inverse)
Dustin says NBC isn’t totally dead after all. (Uproxx)
Cher’s response to Donald Trump’s diva behavior is perfection.
Trump NOT Doing FOX Debate Cause Of MEGAN KELLY😂Some1 Get Him TOE SHOES,fkng PRIMA DONNA. HOW CAN HE FACE ISIS,HE CANT FACE A CHICK ON TV.🐈— Cher (@cher) January 27, 2016
If you had to name two things that Joe Starr loves, what would they be? Did you say ‘weird 80s stuff’ and ‘pro wrestling’? Of course you did. Well, he made a book combining those two things and you should buy it. It features a lot of super funny people, including other sometimes Pajiba writer Brock Wilbur. (Devastator)
I, too, want all of these dogs from art. I want them in my heartcorners. (The Toast)
Sometimes you just have to suffer through the most boring book you’ve read in years for Cannonball Read so you can warn others to stay away. Please take pity on poor sarah_jwh, and go leave her a comment on her review: what should she read next to cleanse her palate? (Cannonball Read 8)