Last night was Comedy Central’s “Night of Too Many Stars” to raise money for Autism programs. You may not be able to afford the $35,000 two women bid to have Tina Fey and Amy Poehler be their best friends for a night, but you can still donate whatever you can and check out videos from the show. (Comedy Central)
Louis C.K. (who paid $25,000 to take a Christmas card photo with Al Pacino last night) will host the November 3rd episode of SNL. While I’m curious to see how he’ll function in a sketch environment, I wouldn’t mind his monologue just lasting for an hour and a half. (A.V. Club)
Wanna know how well your favorite new show is doing in the ratings? Here’s a hint: Probably crappy. Here’s a ranking, by ratings, of all the new network programs. (WG)
The headline for this post is “By far, the funniest moment on “Ellen” ever, and I’m inclined to agree. (Unreality)
Today, Lance Armstrong was stripped of all his Tour de France medals and probably any Livestrong bracelets he was still holding onto. (NYT)
Adele gave birth to her baby boy over the weekend. So far, details are few and she seems to be trying to keep a low profile. So don’t expect her to start pumping out chart-topping lullabies just yet. (Celebitchy)
Neil Gaiman and his friends (like Lemony Snicket, John Hodgeman, and Fairuza Balk) are doing video read throughs of Coraline a chapter at a time. Chapters 1-4 are already available and waiting to be enjoyed. (Mouse Circus)
I already knew a few of the choices that made this list of famous actors in bit parts. Definitely Affleck in BtVS, Jason Segel in Can’t Hardly Wait, and Baby Goose in “Are You Afraid of the Dark”. But some genuinely caught me by surprise. I had no idea Rory was in Rushmore! (Mental Floss)
Check out this video of John Rosengrant, the guy that spent all of Jurassic Park in a velociraptor suit opening doors and making you hold on to your butts. (The Mary Sue)
Then take a look at the unsettling animatronics behind the Predators. (io9)
Here’s the poster for Warm Bodies and a few words from the director about how this movie will be far from the average zombie flick. How’s the term “zombie-romance novel” sitting with you lot? I’m a big fan of The Wackness and 50/50, so I’m trying to ignore it. (The Playlist)
(Spoilers if you’re not caught up on “Breaking Bad”)
My love of all things “Breaking Bad” has managed to keep my disdain for that giggly Kennedy stalker’s music at bay. Finding this helped, too.
This video reminded me that “Happy Endings” returns this week. *TWIRL* What a sistah can’t twirl?