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Christina Hendricks Loves Her Husband Too Much to Slum It Around the House In Her Sweatpants

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 15, 2013 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 15, 2013 |

Let’s just lead by saying that a reporter for Variety has tweeted that USA is officially in negotiations to bring back “Happy Endings,” though it may not be done for a few days.


Speaking of ABC, I was not impressed with most of the trailers for their new shows (all the sitcoms pale to “Happy Endings”) but, as always, Jimmy Kimmel was the highlight of their upfront presentation. Here are his five best jokes. (Uproxx)

You can watch the first episode of “Goodwin Games” right now. The sitcom was picked up by Fox last year, but won’t debut until May 20th. It’s got Scott Foley, and the stripper from “HIMYM” who left “HIMYM” to do this show, which was essentially cancelled before it ever aired. Looks cute, though. (Vulture)

Christina Hendricks refuses to wear sweat pants at home, because she “doesn’t want to do that to her husband.” Do what, exactly? Dress comfortably? In my experience, I’ve never seen a hot woman who didn’t also look hot in a pair of sweatpants. (Celebitchy)

You know whose husband probably didn’t give a rat’s ass if she wore sweat pants? June Carter Cash. Here’s a heartbreaking letter Johnny Cash wrote to his wife, two months after she died (and two months before he died). (Letters of Note)

Speaking of bizarre gender politics, here are some famous book covers that were changed to “appeal to women.” I kind of want to shove that Franny and Zooey book cover up the ass of whatever man thought up that idea. (Unreality)

Continuing in that same vein, Zoe Saldana thinks that she’s “androgynous” because Zoe Saldana doesn’t know what androgynous means, apparently. (DListed)

These mothers, who take to Facebook to talk about how great they are as mothers, don’t even bother with humblebrag hashtags. They just flat out embarrass themselves. (STFU Parents)

Say what you want about J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, there is no denying that the men of the film look damn nice in a suit. (GoFugYourself)

Speaking of Star Trek, Abrams sure likes to mention that he wasn’t even a fan before he began directing, almost as much as he likes to mention that he never watched all the episodes of “Fringe,” a television show HE CREATED. (Slashfilm)

Here’s a catch-all story for geeks: In Britain, a scuffle broke out between “Doctor Who” and Star Wars fans and the police had to be called in to break it up. (Telegraph)

The Tobias Funke sizzle reel justifies the return of “Arrested Development” all by itself. (Grantland)

Here’s the origin of 9 great British insults, like “wazzock” and “git.” (Mental Floss)

Isabella Rossellini is so weird. (The Mary Sue)

If Josh Kurp were still writing for us, this post would go over like gangbusters here: 20 Reasons Why The Cult Of (Benedict) Cumberbatch Is The Internet’s Strongest (WG)

Shia LaBeouf will finally play a role he was born to play: A douchebag villain. (FSR)

I’m not sure it’s possible for Terry Richardson to sink even lower, but hey! Here’s James Franco with a noose around his neck. (Videogum)

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