I was originally going to title this Pajiba Love something like “Quick and Dirty” and in doing so, did a quick Google Image search for “quick and dirty” to see what came up. NEVER, EVER, EVER do a Google Image search for “Quick and Dirty.” NEVER. Do. Not. Do. It.
Here are 6 Things the Film Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know About. You’re smart folks, so you probably know about most of them already. But it’s nice to see it confirmed. (FilmSchoolRejects)
Nerve undertakes the unenviable task of ranking every character on “Community” from funniest to least funniest. I respectfully disagree Annie Edison’s too-high placement and Magnitude’s too low placement (Pop! Pop!) (Nerve)
While we’re on the subject of “Community,” here’s a slideshow of Chevy Chase hanging out with awesome people. (Uproxx)
This list of 10 Couples that are Bad Ass together qualifies as an resounding victory for one reason: Nick and Nora Charles. (The Mary Sue)
“X-Files” fans: Here is everything you ever wanted to know about the series’ history, including knowledge that Pam Anderson was seriously considered for the role of Scully. Yikes. (Mental Floss)
Well, this is just creepy: Superhero fetus sculptures. (Comics Alliance)
Here’s today’s Pajiba Challenge: Can you watch this clip for more than eight seconds without laughing. I’ll answer it for you. No. You can’t. (Maniac World)
“Futurama” fans: Behold the very subtle joke that took 12-years to make. (Gamma Squad)
Over at The Guardian, they ask: Have “Doctor Who’s” storylines gotten too complicated? I say, “Boo” to more stand-alone episodes. The complex plot-lines are the most intriguing draw right now. (The Guardian)
I didn’t think I could love Ira Glass more, but then I learned he got so shitfaced with Rachel Maddow and John Hodgman that he blacked out and woke up in his clothes on and smelling of vomit. (Yahoo News)
Early next month, Cameron Crowe’s Pearl Jam documentary hits PBS. I guess it’s screening in select theaters, too. I didn’t realize it, but it was screening in my area for one night only. Last night. I missed it. But here’s hoping, if Cameron Crowe takes on any one of these other 20 Albums from 1991 that I catch the next doc. Tick Tock Get Up Stop. (Moviefone)
ESPN’s Erin Andrews is either dead. Or exercising. If she’s fake dead, she’s more convincing that Anne Hathaway was in One Day. Oh shit. Spoilers. (WithLeather)
I do know that many of you love “True Blood,” but this clip — of the Sookie rant in this year’s season finale — seemingly validates my decision to quit after season one.
This is a Norwegian bank commercial featuring George Clooney, and I’d be surprised if some shallow enterprising studio exec doesn’t turn it into a full-length feature.