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Is There a Way to Combine National Pi Day and Gillian Anderson's Lesbian Tryst into a Headline without Sounding Crass?

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2012 |

I know there are a lot of “Archer” fans here because it was the Pajiba readership that bullied me into watching the show. Thanks for that. In exchange, here’s a very simple but effective mash-up of Sterling Archer quotes as delivered by the various James Bonds. (WarmingGlow)

It was only a matter of time before someone thought to do this, and now you can own your own Free Bates T-Shirt. I am still of the opinion, however, that, in seven episodes “Downton Abbey” ruined one of television’s best characters. (BustedTees)

Remember our own Harry Hanrahan’s phenomenal Sean Bean Death Reel? An interviewer at Digital Spy asked Bean if he’d seen it. (He hasn’t, but I bet he will now). (Digital Spy)

Are these H.R. Giger heels geeky-sexy or geeky-painful? (Geekologie)

It’s 3/14, which is National Pi Day, folks. In celebration, here are 14 nerd-inspired pies. (Neatorama)

Unrelated to pie, Gillian Anderson revealed that she has enjoyed the company of women. Sexually. (SFGate)

Apropos of nothing, Olivia Wilde is going to star in a film with her real-life boyfriend, who is funnier but not as good looking as she is. (Slashfilm)

A new Red Bull commercial, quickly pulled in South Africa, debunks Jesus and managed to quickly piss a whole lot of people off. (Copyranter)

It’s sad that this Old Navy Commercial with Mr. T is probably the best intentionally comedic work than Anna Faris has done in her career. (AdFreak)

Damnit, Ashley Judd. What have you done to your face? (Buzzfeed)

If you missed Jon Stewart’s rant about the nature of politics and comedy last night on “The Daily Show,” you should check it out, as it culminates with Stewart telling Fox News to “Shut the F*ck Up.” (Uproxx)

Related: I haven’t checked in on Big Hollywood since Breitbart died, and guess what? Still crazy. The conservatives, however, are enjoying the hell out of turning “Slut-Gate” around onto the “liberal media,” now calling the First Lady a hypocrite because she’s going to appear on Letterman. (Big Hollywood)

Our friends over on Movieline have launched their own Inaugural Tribute to the Worst Cinema has to offer, a more entertaining version of the Golden Raspberries called the Soilies (I had in hand in the nomination process). The Golden Raspberry People, however, are unimpressed. (Movieline)

Courtney Love has gone all Kim Novak on us, claiming that Kermit the Frog and Co. have raped the memory of Kurt Cobain. (Daily Mail)

January Jones new pink hair really brings out her inner bitchiness. (Celebitchy)

Have you heard about the book, “Wesley Crusher: Teenage Fuck Machine?” It’s racing up the Kindle charts (it’s free) and I’m almost intrigued enough to seek it out. Here’s a review for those interested. (GammaSquad)

Speaking of books, there are two cookbooks out that you folks may be interested in: The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook and The Unofficial Game of Thrones Cookbook. (Adams Media)

In theory, Rick Santorum as President is the most terrifying prospect the nation has ever faced. But Mitt Romney might just be desperate and erratic enough to be worse, especially if he’d follow through on his new conservative crowd-pleasing promise to completely eliminate Planned Parenthood (how?) Is anyone else terrified by Obama’s newly low approval ratings when these guys are the alternative? (Jezebel)

Perhaps the best thing to come out of the Rush Limbaugh/Sandra Fluke controversy is the redefinition of “Slut.” The Reformed Whores hilariously own the title in this spectacular video, via my friend Lindsay.

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