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Charlie Rose to Host #MeToo Redemption Series Where He Interviews Louis C.K., Matt Lauer?

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 25, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | April 25, 2018 |


Aquaman. Shark horses. MOMOA. - (Lainey)

I, for one, welcome our new octopus overlords. - (Boing Boing)

I don’t know what’s going on with Kanye, but something’s going on with Kanye. - (Celebitchy)


These pictures of Damian Lewis, halfway in costume as Rob Ford for the movie Run This Town, are like a psychological test of “who did you see when you first saw the picture? Ok, the longer you looked, who did you see?” I saw Alec Baldwin and then George W. Bush. Your turn! - (Dlisted)

There were some great looks at the Time 100! I don’t think I can pick a favorite from these. - (GFY)

I said I couldn’t pick a favorite from those, but I have a favorite of ALL of the Time 100. Leslie Motherfuckin’ Jones. Holeeey shit. Work it! - (T&L)

I’m really intrigued by this new Facebook Watch talk show concept with Jada Pinkett-Smith, daughter Willow, and Jada’s mother. - (Shadow and Act)

I have two words for you: Physical Challenge. - (Nerdist)

James Shaw Jr., the very brave man who stopped the Waffle House shooter, not only helped to prevent more deaths, but has also raised over $130,000 for the victims of the shooting. I <3 him so much! - (TV)

The Time’s Up movement is an ongoing, evolving entity, and when Thandie Newton said earlier this week that she felt that she had been left out of it, Asia Argento supported her on Twitter. That tweet led to an open discussion between Argento and Jessica Chastain. - (TMS)

No. No, Charlie Rose may not host a #MeToo redemption show where he interviews Matt Lauer and Louis C.K. Whoever came up with this idea can crawl up Harvey Weinstein’s ass and die. (Page 6)

Hey, good news - you don’t have to teach your kids manners; Alexa will do it! - (Quartz)

Anthony Trollope’s He Knew He Was Right portrays a marriage’s failure and a man’s descent into madness. Getoffmylawn enjoyed Trollope’s easy writing style, and "Trollope is brilliant in painting his characters with just enough pathos to create sympathy and I found myself pitying and angered with Trevelyan." It’s not all grim, there is a happy ending of sorts. Which other men in literature were certain they were right but were abysmally wrong? (Cannonball Read 10)

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