Caitlyn Jenner Is Being Sued For a Second Time Over That Fatal Car Crash
Not to worry, everyone. Shireen Baratheon is doing just fine (on Twitter). (Uproxx)
That lawsuit against Caitlyn Jenner hasn’t gone away. She’s being sued a second time for her part in a fatal car accident that happened back in February. (Celebitchy)
Kristen Bell and Max Greenfield teamed up for an… unusual rendition of a Frozen song. (Variety)
A Game of Thrones coloring book will be released later this year, in case you were looking for an ultra-disturbing time killer. (NYTimes)
Speaking of things that have lost all impact because repeated and excessive shock entertainment is numbing and exhausting, Miley Cyrus got naked with her pet pig. (Paper)
Cookie Monster makes a surprisingly perfect John Hammond in Sesame Street’s Jurassic Park parody. Clever cookies.
This is just terrifying, and I hate to be scared alone, so I’m foisting my terror on all of you. A tourist got stuck inside an Australian tourist attraction “Cage of Death,” and hovered above a couple of giant crocodiles for half an hour. IF IT’S CALLED “CAGE OF DEATH,” DON’T GO IN THERE. (Mashable)
A woman is suing eBay for not allowing her to sell pieces of the sun. Her response? “I’m not stupid.” …Are we sure about that one? (Jezebel)
It’s official: Han shot first. (Screen Rant)
Captain Tuttle enjoyed King Arthur’s Bones by The Medieval Murderers, "… a group of writers who, you guessed it, write medieval murder mysteries. There are a series of books, with a rotating cast of authors and characters. Each book is based around a theme, and each author writes about the theme (or object, or whatever) in his or her time period. In this book, all of the stories revolve around what may be the relics of King Arthur - which are sacred, especially to the Welsh…" (Cannonball Read 7)
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