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Idris Elba Will Save The Internet From This Awful Week Of Jackassery

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2014 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2014 |

The final season of Sons of Anarchy presents many important questions. Such as who will die, how many will die, and in what order will everyone die? Plus a Magic 8 Ball prediction on Walton Goggins scoring as Venus Van Dam. (WG)

Remember Marvel’s pervy cover illustration for Spider-Woman #1? Help has arrived in the form of cartoonist Matthew Inman, who drew Spider-Man the same way. (Oatmeal)

The Kardashian sense of “fashion” has never met a more apt metaphor than this one. Such an unfortunate occurrence happened in my refrigerator last week. (DL)

One brave soul watched the entirety of Lifetime’s unauthorized Saved By the Bell movie. He lived to write the tale. God, it sounds terribly painful. (Uproxx)

Idris Elba will save the world from this terrible, awful, no-good week of internet douchery and rape culture. Really. You can forget it all. Look at Idris and you won’t recall your mother’s maiden name, your high school mascot, the name of your first pet, or anything you need to access your own iCloud account. (Lainey)

T.I. tried to defend his protege, Iggy Azalea, from criticism that her lyrics are racist. His excuse is ridiculous and (yes) unbelievably ignorant. (Celebitchy)

Liberty Ross sounds remarkably zen about how her marriage exploded two years ago when her now-ex-husband, Rupert Sanders, was busted sneaking around with Kristen Stewart. Liberty emerged from the flames with a better life. (Harper’s UK)

Robert Pattinson has moved on from his relationship bust-up too. He’s possibly dating a musician with one of the weirdest stage names ever. (Gawker)

How to Train Your Dragon has been delayed until 2017. That’s a year later than the previous schedule. Kudos to DreamWorks for not rushing out an inferior product. (Slashfilm)

Out of all of these comic covers, Rocket Raccoon looks the sexiest. His rabid charisma far outweighs the Hawkeye guest stint in a Black Widow issue. (TMS)

Uma Thurman may prompt “a comfortable silence” in this dress. Not really. I’ll use any excuse to drop that quote. (GFY)

Karen Gillan was so committed to her Guardians of the Galaxy that she shaved her head & recorded the act for posterity. Behold. (Unreality)

This chart of the best-selling vehicles in each state is surprising. I guess perpetual truck month isn’t working out for Okies. (MF)

"Unbroken is one of those books that leaves you shaking your head at the atrocities that men have committed against men and women in war," says Reginadelmar. Thankfully, Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption, "is aptly subtitled." Have you read the latest by the author of Seabiscuit, Lauren Hillenbrand? (Cannonball Read 6)

Let’s close by burying ourselves in the minds of our innocent, sweet, and sometimes naughty but always forgivable dogs. Breathe, but don’t breathe in puppy fur. (Distractify)

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