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Hugh Grant Is a Baby Making Machine & Nick Jonas and Kate Hudson Are Definitely Maybe a Thing

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 5, 2015 |

Here’s the web series spinoff of the spinoff of The Walking Dead. Just in case you need a bunch more zombies in your life. (Uproxx)

I was really hoping for some whackadoo outfits at the American Horror Story premiere, but it was disappointingly tame. Chloe Sevigny’s perpetually clean shoulders were the most out-there part. (Go Fug Yourself)

Someone maybe needs to give Hugh Grant the ol’ condom/banana tutorial from high school health class. Or not! No one actually seems to be complaining about Grant’s proclivity for baby-making. (Celebitchy)

I don’t know what Nick Jonas and Kate Hudson could possibly have in common other than very very pretty bone structures, but maybe that’s enough. (Socialite Life)

Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer have adopted their male counterparts. I can’t decide if this is the room I most want to be in, or if it would just be exhausting. (Lainey)

Even in a lightning-speed BuzzFeed GIF interview, Trevor Noah manages to consistently remain the exact perfect balance of charming, witty, and diplomatic. (BuzzFeed)

Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton both gave awesome speeches on LGBT issues this weekend. (The Slot)

Oh, and Carly Fiorina is an absolute garbage person. You probably knew that, but… wow. Just complete and total garbage. (Jezebel)

I dedicate this compilation of Rick & Morty burps to you, Carly Fiorina.

People are REALLY not happy about that recent change in Doctor Who technology. (Daily Dot)

I don’t know if this Craigslist missed connection is real, and I fully do not care. (Craigslist)

Yesknopemaybe took a big risk with the book she chose for her 52nd review of this year (Cannonball!), because it was a reimagining of a book that is really important to her, Anne of Green Gables. Luckily, she can say that Ana of California by Andi Teran is definitely worth a read. Teran cleverly modernizes the tale, and her solid writing and memorable characters warrant it 5 stars. Are you a fan of L. M. Montgomery’s original? (Cannonball Read 7)

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