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"Community" Season Premiere Takes On The Hunger Games

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2012 |

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2012 |

Chances are, gentle reader, that you’re whiling away the last hours of your work week bored and anxious for it all to be over. Well here we come with sundry links to entertain those big brains of yours. First of all, I’m wondering if any of y’all can top these clever Film Titles that are missing one letter. h/t mswas (Imgur

Or maybe you’re trying to plan what you’ll make for dinner. Might I suggest one of these “Life-Changing” ways to serve bacon? Just ONE, folks. I want you to survive your experience. (Buzzfeed)

Roger Ebert ‘s (absolutely boring) memoir will be made into a Sorcese-produced documentary. I hope it’s called Roger Ebert Is Actually Kind Of A Dick. (/Film)

FSR is giving away a box set of all the Indiana Jones films on Blu-ray. All three of them! Just three! 1-2-3! Anyway, in order to win the movies (and, I sh*t you not, a hat and a whip) you have to name a hypothetical Indiana Jones 5 sequel. Five? How did they get to 5? Regardless, my suggestion is Henry Jones Sr.: The Pen Is Mightier. (FSR)

Speaking of DVD box sets, there’s a wicked deal going for the first three seasons of “Arrested Development.” YAAAY! We can all relive happier times! (Amazon)

No. F*ck. DAMNIT. I promised myself I wouldn’t cry.

HAPPY THOUGHTS HAPPY THOUGHTS HAPPY THOUGHTS. Jimmy Kimmel forever wins my heart by dressing up as The Dowager Countess from “Downton Abbey.” Your move, Fallon. (Vulture)

I’m a sucker for International Festivals that are, essentially, giant food fights. Here are some fun photos from the Tomatina Festival. (The Big Picture)

Sometimes a link needs no introduction other than its title: “In a Mass Knife Fight to the Death Between Every American President, Who Would Win and Why?” (Neatorama)

You think my “Breaking Bad” obsession is bad. Trust me, I’ve got nothing on this tattooed chica. (FYD)

In honor of the RNC, io9 has rounded up the 11 Biggest Liest Ever Told By Our Favorite Heroes and Villains. AW SNAP! Nestled d*ckishly between Star Wars and “Star Trek” is the lie that pisses me off the most. (io9)

It’s getting close to Halloween (look to your local drug store displays, you know it to be true) and the greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world that Halloween=yummy candy. HAVE YOU SEEN CANDY CORN? Look on this Candy Corn/Oreo hybrid and despair. h/t Lainey (Laughing Squid)

Yes, we live in a world where Candy Corn Oreos exist. But we also live in a world where a Pulitzer Prize-winning author couldn’t convince Wikipedia to correct an error regarding his own novel. He wrote a letter about it. Wanna hear it? Here it goes. (The New Yorker)

When you peruse these “Community”/Hunger Games photos it’s important to remember what Josh points out. Jim Rash? He’s got an Academy Award. (WG)

Finally, I like a cappella and I like “Game Of Thrones,” but my innards curdled at the site of these two and their earnest rendition of the theme song. Protip, Violin Lady, you can’t look badass when you’re wearing Miss Piggy’s hair.*

Unless, of course, you are the Pig Herself.

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