I’m running so behind today; I have no idea where the day has gone! So, basically, you’re not going to get a lot of commentary from me on the links today. “OHNO, HOW WILL WE LIVE?!” Cram it, I don’t even need your mocking. I get enough from TK, thankyouverymuch.
Donald Trump’s approval ratings continue to slide, having dropped a point every day this week. It’s down to 35 percent, three points lower than Obama’s ever were. So, at least Trump can brag about beating Obama at something.
It’s gotten so bad, the Russians may start abandoning him.
This LITERALLY just came up in the Pajiba Facebook group and Hildi was mentioned as the designer everybody wanted to strangle! I really hope some of the original designers come back. I would totally watch it again. - (Dlisted)
And also, the disappearance of Michelle Pfeiffer (and her loveliness) was also just LITERALLY mentioned, like, yesterday or the day before, and BAM, here’s an article about her! Quick someone in the Pajiba Facebook group start talking about all of us winning the lottery or something… - (Celebitchy)
Sherry Lansing was a pretty big deal at one time. She has Seen Some Shit in Hollywood. I would guess that her book has some interesting tidbits in it. Here’s one about Angelina Jolie from the Tomb Raider days! (Your definition of interesting may be different than mine. It’s ok for you to not tell me that. Thanks!) - (Lainey)
Anne. You don’t even need to borrow the full-length mirror. The thing smacking you in the chin should be enough to tell you that this is not an ideal look. - (GFY)
Andrew Lincoln explaining how he wants to die on The Walking Dead is legit the funniest, most charming I ever seen Andrew Lincoln, and this story is fantastic. (Uproxx)
If you have 45 minutes or so, here’s a fun Buffy the Vampire Slayer 20-year Reunion. Warning: It autoplays. (People)
PSA per Dustin: There’s a post-credits scene in tonight’s Legion season finale.
Octothorp was disinclined towards the writers of the King family after reading Stephen King’s "coke-fueled 80s novels" until she discovered Joe Hill. His short story collection, 20th Century Ghosts, was just the thing when she needed some supernatural reading. The stories run from dark to slightly shadowy. What do you think is King’s best work? (Cannonball Read 9)
OH, so you know we’ve been super excited about FUUUUUG MADDDDNNNESSS and I’m sure there are those of you interested in March Madness, but there’s also Third Month Mania from the Daily Show. You’re not too late to participate - Insane Eight. -