GQ’s cover story on Jimmy Fallon is pretty well-timed in light of the news that he’ll most likely be replacing Leno on “The Tonight Show” soon. (GQ)
Hey Girls and Guys, I think Ryan Gosling is breaking up with us. (Vulture)
If you haven’t read it yet, Wil Wheaton’s touching Facebook story will make you weep buckets of kittens. (WG)
Comedian Rob Delaney explains what March Madness is. Hint: It involves more madness than basketball and the Lord of the Rings vs. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants showdown you’ve always wanted. (Rob Delaney)
Anne Donahue hilariously lists 20 Lessons We Gained from (500) Days of Summer, including a personal favorite: “Hall and Oates is everything.” Amen. (Hello Giggles)
Finally, a 2D cartoon bag I can fit all of my ridiculously large mallets and anvils in. (BioTV)
And now, the folks behind the “Arrested Development” documentary would like some of your sweet, sweet Kickstarter monies. (Deadline)
This list of 40 Movies turning 20 would go nicely with a can of Ensure and box of saltines. (BF)
Hey, you guys remember that Jessica Chastain played a pregnant lady on “Veronica Mars”? Well, she wants in on that movie, too. (Twitter)
Baby name drama can get bitch cutting real quick, y’all. (STFU, Parents)
We have real phasers now, people! I won’t have to make my own sound effects anymore when I pull my headband down over my eyes and pretend to be Geordi. (Blastr)
What do you do when you’re a billionaire with nothing but time on your hands? Why, you dig up F-1 engines from the Apollo mission out of the Atlantic, of course. (BoingBoing)
You don’t need to be billionaire to have this slice of TV memorabilia. If you’re down in the ABQ and and have $500 burning a hole in your pocket like acid through a bathtub, you could own Jesse Pinkman’s 1984 Toyota Tercel 4WD as seen on “Breaking Bad.” That is, if you haven’t spent it all on meth already. (Neatorama)
Speaking of meth, allegations against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash have resurfaced, including some involving a “crystal meth sex party.” I can’t help but hear that in the Elmo voice, because if it did happen (and I’m not saying it did), he had to have used the voice, right? How could you not? (Geekosystem)
“The women that we feature in the magazine are ornamental. That is how we see them.” That’s a quote from Alex Bilmes, the editor of Esquire UK. Please direct your rage appropriately. (Gawker)
Mercy. If I ever hear anything about Mister Rogers doing anything worse than jaywalking, I will officially quit this world. He would have been 85th yesterday. Here are 35 delightful facts about him to counter that Elmo news.
Calvin & Hobbes animated? Calvin & Hobbes animated.
*Jasmine Markes said that with her best Tracy Morgan inflection, of course.